Thoughts on Monster Exchanging for Veroah, Aljae, & Norza Kitties

Introduction

The Monster Exchange System is one of the greatest improvements to Puzzle and Dragons as it allows players to convert excess copies of Godfest Exclusives/Event cards for valuable Monsters. This process will consume 4-5 cards each time so it is not a decision that should be made lightly and should only be done when it will improve your current situation.

My general rule of thumb is to always keep at least 2 copies of any given card due to the fact that GungHo has been releasing numerous split evolutions and it is impossible to predict what will be released/buffed next. A great example of this is Valkyrie Ciel who went being an underwhelming card, to having two incredibly powerful evolutions where you would badly want each version.

In this article I will be outlining my thought process towards Monster Exchanging for Veroah, Aljae, and Norza Kitties.

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Overview

All Monster information gathered via Tsubaki Bot (Discord Bot) and monster icons come from PADx or Tsubaki Bot

All Monster Exchanges listed will cost five 6* GFE

This is advantageous as not too many events use 6* Fodder and this may be a fantastic time to improve your Monster Box.

Veroah Kitty Pros & Cons – November 2022
Pros
Cons
  • The best option for solo Int. Dungeon Farming
    • +1.3x Egg Drop Rate
    • 3 Dungeon Bonus
    • 1M Auto Follow Up with any combo
  • Low base CD
    • Easy to inherit over
  • Cute
  • Only works in solo mode
  • Some Int. Dungeons have become harder
  • Has 2 alternatives
    • GH Knight
    • Regular Veroah
      • Superior to both

If you do not own either GH Knight or regular Veroah , I highly recommend you Monster Exchange for Veroah Kitty as she is the best in the game at what she does.



Aljae Kitty Pros & Cons – November 2022
Pros
Cons
  • Outstanding leadership potential
    • 16x eHP
    • Auto FUA & + combos
    • Large ATK multiplier
    • Auto Healing via LS
      • Can ignore Heart orbs
  • Powerful 3 turn active
    • Void Damage Void
      • Subs can run DDC Latent
    • Spawn all 5 colours
    • Raise personal damage cap to 3B
    • Loops with 2 leaders + sub
  • High personal damage
  • Easy to play with System
  • Cute
  • Must match all 5 colours to function
    • Requires a solution if lacking a second Aljae Kitty
      • Either Spinners or Dark Ra Dragon as a sub

Norza Kitty Pros & Cons – November 2022
Pros
Cons
  • 4 copies create a brain-dead Swipe System
    • 4 turn CD
    • Unlock + spawns 2 rows of Water
    • Clear all Awoken/Unmatchable
    • Only requires Void dmg Void and Absorb counters
  • Super Autoheal awakenings provide significant healing
    • Can ignore Hearts with enough Norza Kitties
  • Easy to use leader
    • 16x eHP
    • Huge ATK multiplier
    • Easy to stack Rows Water Row & COrbs
  • Functions as a potent Cleric
  • Can get away with a single 2 turn CD orb generator and 1 Kitty
    • K1, 2cd, K2, 2cd, K1 etc.
    • See below for 2 examples
  • Cute
  • Ideal team has 4 Kitties (own 3 + friend)
    • Expensive to Trade this much
  • Lower active skill diversity
  • Healing may be an issue without 4 Kitties

Conclusion

The ability to Monster Exchange for Veroah, Aljae, and Norza Kitty gives players the opportunity to acquire a valuable card that should catapult their Monster Box forward. For the most part, I feel that players should take advantage of these three cards, with more emphasis on Veroah and Aljae as they are incredibly strong at what they do.

Let me know what you think about these cards in the comments down below.

Happy Puzzling!

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