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CommunityEdit

Commonly used abbreviationsEdit

Abbreviations used to refer to areas:

  • Z = Zone
  • D = Dungeon
  • F = Flag
  • T = Tiers in Trials/Gauntlet; sometimes used to refer to the difficulty level in Trials/Gauntlet
  • R = Raid

Examples:

  • Z1D1 is 'zone 1 dungeon 1', and is the first dungeon in Bit Valley. (This Dungeon is also known as Grimz Crossing)
  • Z1D4 is 'zone 1 dungeon 4', and refers to the secret dungeon in Bit Valley that appears when you gain 9/10 stars (complete each dungeon on each difficulty)
  • Z3F2 is 'zone 3 flag 2', and refers to the second flag in Lakehaven. (This Flag is also known as Dina.)
  • T4 is Tier 4 in Trials/Gauntlet
  • R1 is the Astaroth raid
  • R2 is the Kaleido raid

Other abbreviations:

  • fam = familiar.
  • leg = legendary.
  • ts = total stats. For example, a player with 200 Power, 100 Stamina and 100 Agility has 400 total stats.

Community guidesEdit

A non-comprehensive list of guides written by the community.

Recommended for new players: 

More:

Game FeaturesEdit

What are dungeons, flags, and zones?Edit

Flags are represented by flags on the map, and can only be completed once. You can only play with familiars.

Dungeons have three levels of difficulty, and you gain a star for completing each difficulty once. You can add friends and guildmates to your party.

Zones are maps. Bit Heroes currently has five zones: Bit Valley, Wintermarsh, Lakehaven, Ashvale and Aramore.


When do I unlock PvP/Trials/Raids...?Edit

Clearing is defined as completing a dungeon on Normal difficulty.

  • PvP is unlocked after clearing the 2nd dungeon (Dryad's Heart) in Bit Valley.
  • Trials and Gauntlet are unlocked after clearing the 3rd dungeon (Lord Cerulean's Tower) in Bit Valley.
  • GvG is unlocked after joining a guild. Guilds are unlocked after clearing the 4th flag in Bit Valley.
  • Invasion is unlocked after clearing the 4th flag in Bit Valley.
  • Raid 1 is unlocked after clearing the 3rd dungeon (Quirrel's Fortress) in Lakehaven.
  • Raid 2 is unlocked after clearing the 3rd dungeon (Kov'alg Pit) in Ash Valley.
  • Raid 3 is unlocked after clearing the 3rd dungeon in Aramore.

Does my maximum energy pool increase?Edit

Your maximum energy increases by 1 per level.

For easy calculation, your maximum energy should be 99 + PLAYER LEVEL.


Why do I get notifications?Edit

You get a notification whenever:

  • Anyone gets a legendary equipment/familiar/schematic for the first time
  • Someone on your friends list logs in
  • Someone on your friends list gets an epic equipment/familiar/schematic for the first time

You do not get notifications when your friends pick up skeleton keys or epic/legendary materials.


What are the daily bonuses?Edit

Day Daily bonuses
Monday +30% Experience, +30% Familiar Chance
Tuesday +30% Experience, +30% Item Find
Wednesday +50% Experience
Thursday +50% Familiar Chance
Friday +100% PVP Experience, +100% PVP Item Find
Saturday +30% Experience, +30% Item Find, +30% Familiar Chance
Sunday +50% Item Find, +50% Gold Find

For more information, see Daily Bonus.


Where do I get 'free stuff'?Edit

Turn on 'Video Ads' in settings, and disable AdBlock/uBlock if playing in browser. If you are using Google Chrome, install the separate Adobe Flash plugin, and disable the Chrome built-in Flash player.

You get a new ad every 10-15 minutes. The 15 minute counter resets if you reload the game.

Ads give 3-6 or 10 Energy, 1 PvP ticket, or 4-6 gems.


What do these options mean in the settings?Edit

Show helm: hide/unhide helmet. If you hide your helmet, other players can see you without your helmet.

Notifications: hide/unhide notifications.

You get a notification whenever:

  • Anyone gets a legendary equipment/familiar/schematic for the first time
  • Someone on your friends list logs in
  • Someone on your friends list gets an epic equipment/familiar/schematic for the first time

Friend requests: forbid others from sending you friend requests. You can still invite others to be your friend.

Duel requests: forbid others from sending you duel requests. You can still request duels.

Auto pilot: Lets you toggle auto ON/OFF outside of dungeons and battles.

Video ads: hide/unhide the icon to watch video ads for free stuff (PvP tickets, gems, energy).

Reduced effects: Turning this on will disable white flashes on text and units in battle, as well as particle effects.

Battle text: Hide battle numbers/text during combat. You will no longer be able to see how much damage you deal or receive.

Overlay status bars: Overlay HP/SP bars above the characters. This is useful in 5-man raids where accessories can hide the health bar.

World chat: hide/unhide chat.

You stop receiving world chat messages and world chat notifications. You will still receive guild and private messages.

Decline dupes: automatically decline familiar prompts if you already own at least 1, if you are playing on auto.

Decline merchants: automatically decline merchant offers in dungeons if you are playing on auto.

Decline treasures: automatically decline red chests in dungeons if you are playing on auto.

Ignore shrines: ignore HP and SP shrines if you are playing on auto.


What is the Booster Pack?Edit

The Booster Pack was introduced in the 2/12/2017 update, and is only available for new players who have completed the tutorial. The offer lasts 24 hours.

See Booster Pack for details.


How do I search for another player's profile?Edit

If you type /help into a chat window, it will give you a list of commands.

The three commands are:

  • /help - This brings up a full list of commands.
  • /clear - This clears the chat.
  • /view X - If you replace X with a player's in-game name, it will bring you to their profile.

Single letter commands also work. For example, /h functions the same as /help.


What happens if I disconnect during gameplay?Edit

If you disconnect mid-dungeon, and have not met the clear requirements yet, you will resume playing.

If you have already met the requirements for clearing the dungeon (e.g. already killed boss), you will return to town.

If you disconnect mid-fight, the game will complete your fight on auto, and the above two statements then apply.

For example, if you disconnect during PvP, the game will auto the rest of the fight for you, and you will gain or lose PvP points accordingly. The same applies to Gauntlet.

If you disconnect during a dungeon or raid boss fight, you will return to town on reconnection.

FamiliarsEdit

How do I get more familiars?Edit

Every mob in Bit Heroes can be caught. You just need luck and persistence.

It can take you several runs in a dungeon to get a prompt to catch a familiar. The chances of the prompt appearing is determined by the capture rate.

See Familiars for a list of all the familiars in the game, as well as their locations.


Can I make the boss my familiar?Edit

Yes. Every recurring enemy in Bit Heroes can be caught, including the dungeon bosses and the loot goblins (Gobby, Olxa, Mimzy and Bully).


If I turn auto on, do I lose the chance to get familiars?Edit

No.

If you have 'Decline dupes' turned on in settings, you will lose the chance to persuade familiars you already own, but you will still be prompted for familiars you have 0 of.


Where do I get fusion schematics for [...]?Edit

Fusion schematics drop according to the familiars they represent, with one exception. Zombie fusion schematics only drop in Invasion mode, regardless of their contents.

See Familiars for a list of all the familiars in the game, as well as their locations.


How do I get fusion materials?Edit

  • Jumbo syrums, mini syrums, and robot sprockets random drops from zones, raids, trials and gauntlet.
  • Wet Brainz is a unique drop from Invasion.

Note that there are no best places to get fusion materials (to the best of our knowledge).

GameplayEdit

Primary statsEdit

Power, Stamina, and Agility are the player's base stats, and are used for calculating the player's total stats, health bar, and overall damage output.

  • Power (UIPower) calculates the damage the player/familiar can deal. Each point in Power represents 1 damage.
  • Stamina (UIStamina) calculates the player/familiar's health points. Each point in Stamina represents 10 health points.
  • Agility (UIAgility) is used with Power to calculate the player/familiar's combat speed. For every turn the player/familiar receives, the player/familiar regenerates 0.5 skill points.

Defense modifiersEdit

  • Health represents how much health the player/familiar has. A health bonus is applied in-combat. Health percent bonuses will also regenerate an equal percentage of the player's missing health per combat phase.
  • Evade negates damage from incoming hits. The base evade chance for players and familiars is 2.5%.
  • Block halves incoming damage. Block Critical is a block proc on an enemy's critical hit.
  • Deflect lets the player/familiar avoid damage, as well as return the evaded damage to the enemy. Deflected hits can be blocked, evaded, deflected again, or redirected. There is no limit on the number of times damage can be deflected.
  • Redirect causes an attack directed at another player/familiar to redirect to the player. The redirect proc is calculated prior to other defensive procs (e.g. deflect/evade), and damage can be redirected multiple times if multiple players in a party have a chance to redirect damage in their direction. There is no limit on the number of times damage can be redirected.
  • Shield creates an additional health bar over the player's existing health. Shielding is capped at 50% of the player's base HP.
  • Absorb transforms all of the damage received into shielding.
  • Damage Reduction reduces all damage received by a given percentage.
  • Damage Enrage stores a percentage of damage received as a bonus, up to 10% of the player/familiar's HP. On use, the bonus 'enrages' the next ability, increasing its potency. Damage Enrage replaces Damage Return.

Offense modifiersEdit

  • Damage represents how much weapon damage/healing the player/familiar can deal. The damage bonus is applied in-combat.
  • Speed represents how many turns the player/familiar can have relative to their enemies (not movement speed!). A speed bonus is applied in-combat.
  • Critical Chance represents how often the player can cause a critical hit. The base critical chance for players and familiars is 10%.
  • Critical Damage represents the damage multiplier when a player deals a critical hit. The base critical damage multiplier for players and familiars is +50%.
  • Life Steal heals the player/familiar for a set percent of the damage the player/familiar deals.
  • Dual Strike automatically recasts the same skill the player/familiar last chose. If the skill last chosen is a target enemy skill, the player is offered the choice to pick a new target. If the skill last chosen is a backrow attack, and the backrow enemy dies from the first hit, the new backrow enemy will be targeted.
  • Empower Chance doubles the damage or healing of a skill.

Removed modifiersEdit

  • Damage Return causes the enemy to take damage every time they hit the player/familiar, for a set percent that scales with the damage taken.

GeneralEdit

How do I get an accessory/a pet?Edit

You can obtain accessories and pets by using gems in the Shop, by spending Honor in the Guild shop, or from event rewards.

See the Accessories and Pets pages for details.


How do I get a legendary?Edit

You can obtain legendary equipment in Raids, Trials, and Gauntlet. Legendary equipment can be obtained from:

  • The Mini-bosses (big versions of normal enemies) or The main bosses in Trials or from every enemy in Gauntlets
  • The raid boss (Astaroth, Kaleido, etc.) or the raid loot goblin (Olxa, Mimzy, etc.)
  • Epic chests in raids
  • The merchant in raids for 1,000 gems apiece

See List of legendary equipment or Equipment for details on items and locations.


How do I get a set item?Edit

Set items are obtainable in teal-coloured brackets in Trials/Gauntlet (Tier 5 and above), and in R2/R3 Heroic (rumoured to be boss drop only). See Sets or Equipment for more information.


How do I obtain runes and rune fragments?Edit

Runes can be obtained from event rewards or through Trading rune fragments in the Craft menu.

Rune fragments are obtained from PvP and Trials/Gauntlet event rewards, as a login gift, as a reward from daily bounties, watching an ad chest in dungeon, and from exchanging runes.

See the Runes page for more information.


Do my equipped accessories or runes affect my familiars or my party members?Edit

No. Your equipped accessories and runes only affect your player character.


How long does it take to get energy/shards/...?Edit

  • You gain 1 energy every 4 minutes.
  • You gain 1 PvP ticket every 45 minutes, for a maximum of 10.
  • You gain 1 Trials/Gauntlet token every 45 minutes, for a maximum of 10.
  • You gain 1 Raid shard every 120 minutes, for a maximum of 4.
  • You gain 1 badge every 45 minutes, for a maximum of 10.

Guild Perks can increase the natural regeneration cap of all resources other than energy. See Guilds for more information.


What do I get when I exchange equipment?Edit

See Craft#Exchange.


How do I get more gold?Edit

Gold can be obtained from:


How do I get more gems?Edit

Gems can be obtained in-game from:


How do I get more energy?Edit


How do I get more PvP tickets?Edit


How do I get more badges?Edit

  • Crafting using PvP coins (2 Tickets = 100 Bronze + 3 Silver)
  • Buying for Honor from a Level 45 Guild Shop
  • Purchase with gems

How do I obtain hyper shards?Edit

  • Exchanging R2 legendary equipment
  • Exploring in R2 (see Dungeons for the spawn rate)
  • Loot drops from bosses and mini-bosses in Trials and Gauntlet
  • Event rewards

What is a harmony orb/onyx lodestone?Edit

Harmony Orbs (T5) and Onyx Lodestones (T6) are obtained from exchanging Set items, and are used for re-rolling Set items in Trade. A Set item yields its respective set tier material when exchanged.

See Craft#Exchange for more information.


What is a stat point?Edit

Stat Points Points are classified in-game as an Epic Currency.

Stat points can be added to increase the player's primary stats: Power UIPower, Stamina UIStamina, or Agility UIAgility. Stat Points can be obtained in-game from:

  • Levelling up with Experience obtained from battles
  • Daily login gifts after playing for 10 consecutive days
  • Crafting using PvP coins (1 Stat Point = 500 Bronze + 50 Silver + 10 Gold)

How much TS should I have to clear [...]?Edit

The following are rough guidelines that do not account for any specific builds.

  • Z1 needs 90-100ts
  • Z2 needs at least 160-180ts
  • Z3F2 needs 200-220ts
  • Z3 needs at least 250-270ts
  • Z3D4 needs ~800ts with 800ts or higher friends
  • Z4/Z4F8 needs 550-600ts.
  • Z5/Z5F9 needs at least 750-800ts.
  • R1 Heroic needs friends at 700ts or higher to clear without auto.
  • R2 Hard needs friends at 950ts or higher to clear without auto.
  • R3 Normal needs friends same as R2 Hard.
  • R3 Hard needs friends at 1200ts or higher to clear without auto.

What are the total stats for [...]?Edit

This is a handy chart totalling the stats of all equipment drops based on rarity. For detailed upgrade stats, see the Total Stats page. For details on specific equipment, see the Equipment page.

Key:

  • Z1 is Zone 1 (Bit Valley)
  • Z2 is Zone 2 (Wintermarsh)
  • Z3 is Zone 3 (Lakehaven)
  • Z4 is Zone 4 (Ashvale)
  • Z5 is Zone 5 (Aramore)
  • T1-T6 is Tier 1 to Tier 6 in Trials and Gauntlet, see Trials for more information.
  • R1 is Raid 1 (Astaroth's Awakening), see Raids for more information.
  • R2 is Raid 2 (Hyper Dimension), see Raids for more information.
  • R3 is Raid 3 (Woodbeard's Booty), see Raids for more information.
Rarity Base stats Fully upgraded
Z1 Common 8 11
Z2 Common 10 13
Z3 Common 14 19
Z4 Common 20 27
Z5 Common 26 35
Z1 Rare 12 20
Z2 Rare 16 27
Z3 Rare 24 37
Z4 Rare 30 50
Z5 Rare 40 67
Z1 Epic 16 32
Z2 Epic 22 48
Z3 Epic 30 60
Z4, T4, R1 Epic 40 80
Z5, T5, R2 Epic 54 108
T6, R3 Epic 72 144
T4, R1 Legendary 50 117
T5, R2 Set/Legendary 68 159
T6, R3 Set/Legendary 90 210

How does Item Find work? What does Item Find affect?Edit

Item Find increases the quality of the drops obtained by the player. However, certain items are on different loot tables and may not be affected by item find. Here is what we do know.

Items confirmed to be affected by item find:

Items confirmed to be not affected by item find:

Items believed to be not affected by item find:

  • Crafting materials: jumbo syrum, mini syrum, robot sprockets, wet brainz
  • Hyper shards from Trials/Gauntlet bosses (separate loot table)
  • Zone/Raid normal/rare/epic chest contents

Does the drop rate get better if I do higher floors of Trials and/or Gauntlet?Edit

No.

Gauntlet and Trial difficulty tiers now reflect the highest possible rarity that can drop from that difficulty. However, the drop rate remains the same within a given tier.


How do the dungeon bonuses work? Are they additive or multiplicative?Edit

Say you have a +10% Minor EXP rune slotted, and you're using a Minor EXP tome which gives +25% EXP. On top of that, today is Saturday, so you have a daily bonus of +30% EXP.

Summed together, that's a player bonus of +65% EXP. Heroic dungeons give +200% EXP, so that's the dungeon bonusThe game multiplies the player bonus with the dungeon bonus when calculating the final bonus. In our example, you would be receiving 330% EXP.

In the example provided by the developer, a Major Item Find Scroll and the Friday daily bonus is 150% item find. If entering a heroic dungeon with +300% item find, the final bonus would be 750% item find.

The same logic applies to capture rate and gold find. 

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