So we know that you all are awesome and highly skilled players when it comes to Happy Wars, but maybe you aren’t quite sure how to assemble your team and prepare them for battle, or maybe you aren’t sure which item to use, or how to use your Team Skills. We have more tips and tricks for Happy Wars, so click Read More and get happy!
Happy Wars: Tips for Beginners
Do NOT engage in fights against multiple enemies ALONE. Go 1 on 1 or bring your teammates with you to trample ONE enemy. Also, it’s a good idea to retreat to where your fellow teammates are if you’re surrounded by multiple enemies.
Attack enemies from BEHIND as much as possible. Hitting them from behind doubles the damage.
Always look for the right place to launch a Team Skill. Launching a Team Skill while you’re in the middle of a mob will just make you an easy target.
Your HP and AP recover gradually, but if you keep still for a while, they recover immediately.
The path leading to the enemy’s castle is not just one—there are many. Even if the enemy team might be dominating the fight, if you discover an alternative path, you might be able to enter a virtually empty enemy castle!
The item you get from an Item Box is associated to the class that you were using when you earned an Item Box during battle. If you want to collect gears for a particular class, make sure to start with that class when you begin a match.
Actively participate in a battle so that you can raise your Item Box to Level 4.
When you spin the Happy Spinner, go for weapons first. It won’t kill you to get the other gears later.
Focus more on what buff the gear gives you rather than on the numbers. Try out the buffs and find what seems most suitable for you. You might find that leveling up an item with a good buff but with a lower weight cap give your greater advantage than equipping an item with higher weight-cap.
If you unlocked a new single-player campaign mission, complete it right away. You’ll get to earn a powerful item.
Tips for Novice Players—By Class
Warrior has a selection of weapons right from the start. Each one of them is better than the default weapon, so make sure you check your inventory. The one that looks like a fish is recommended. Also, push enemies off the map to kill them—this will bring instant death to enemies, even if their gear excels yours.
Guard, guard, GUARD! Learn how to guard and retreat.
Don’t try to learn all the skill at one time. Take your time and learn them one by one. Start off with the two default skills—Smash and Stone Throw first. Then, get yourself used to the Rush or Spinning Blade.
At first, it may seem a bit difficult to kill your foes. The Kill Score is not only credited to the player who gave the final blow to the dying foe. Some credit (Kill Assist Score) is also given to the player who dealt damage right before the foe was hit with the final blow.
If you see an ally fighting an enemy 1 on 1, you might be able to earn some Kill Assist Score by supporting your ally by throwing stones. Also, use the rapid thrusting of the sword and the Spinning Blade to help yourself earn Kill Scores if you find yourself in melee. A single attack by these actions can deal multiple damages.
Recommended buffs for starters: Attack Up, Max HP Up, HP Recovery HP , and Respawn Speed Up
Do not voluntarily put yourself in the middle of battle. First, build up on your Score by recovering as many allies as you can with your [A] button skill, “Heal”.
Recovering an ally with a low HP will earn you a higher score. Just make sure that you’re in time to save them—allies with low HP are much vulnerable of getting killed easily. If you spot an ally with low HP, heal them!
Once you’ve familiarized yourself with the Heal skill, your next step is to learn the “milk carton” skill, aka “Sacred Armor”, and the “Resurrect” skill. Both of these skills are veryj helpful for your team’s victory.
It’s easy to forget about the [B] skill, “Summon Materials”, but this is as much important as the other skills. Learning early on where ladders can be built around the enemy’s castle is one of the important strategies to guide your team to victory.
Recommended buffs for starters: Sacred Armor + , Max AP Up, Conserve AP, Shorten Cooldown
One of the classes that can be very powerful once you have the right gear, but initially, it’s the class with the lowest HP and tends to exhaust its AP quite frequently. A bit of a difficult class to manage, at first.
The “Lightning Strike” is the initial [B] skill assigned to the Mage. The [A] skill will vary each time you start a match.
You may find the [A] skill difficult to learn at first. If that’s the case, play the game in Training mode to get the hang of it. During gameplay, you will generally learn two [A] button skills. It is recommended to at least get yourself acquainted with two of the four Enchant Skills.
The best order to learn the Enchant Skills is: 1. Fire Enchant—a highly versatile skill, and 2. Lighting Enchant—great for supporting your allies. Then, learn Wind Enchant and finally, Ice Enchant. Note that the damage animation of the Lightning Enchant, triggered by using RT + A is longer than the other skills.
Enchant Skills gives you some extra points if you cast them upon your allies. It may not seem so obvious at first, but if you cast Fire Enchant or Ice Enchant to a fellow Warrior, they would be grateful for your blessing!
Recommended buffs for starters: Magic Attack Up, Max AP Up, Conserve AP