The Monster Point currency system was designed to help alleviate the frustration of rolling duplicate cards as they could then be sold off for a varying amount of Monster Points. As a result, players could save up over time along with farming Rogue dungeons to purchase a powerful monster.
However, each purchase requires a sizable amount of Monster Points and you do not wish to have your card become outdated via Powercreep.
This article will take a look at all the current Monster Point cards along with how they fit in the meta and their potency moving forward.
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The JP server in Puzzle and Dragons is approximately 2-3 months ahead of NA/EU in terms of released content. Thus, we are able to “see the future” by following the news stream from JP. As a result, we are able to better position ourselves in terms of future purchase decisions and evolution material farming.
With this in mind, I will be using any knowledge currently available in JP for the purpose of this article and my recommendations.
What is in the meta now
Presently speaking, the current PAD meta revolves around two distinct playstyles: combos/7×6 and bi-combo teams. Both these styles are able to achieve amazing levels of damage while being able to capitalize on the most powerful awakenings. Continue reading Which Monster Point Card to Buy – November 2017