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Tips for the new Abaddon Tower Mode

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  • Tips for the new Abaddon Tower Mode

    I just wanted to put out some information regarding the new game mode added in the 1.1 Update recently.

    Abaddon Tower: The Abaddon Tower is the newest feature added to Heir of Light, which features both a weekly and monthly "season reward". Your highest floor each week contributes to your overall rank at the end of the 4 week season, and rewards players with karats.

    There are a few basic things to remember.

    General Floor Mechanics
    Each floor will have 2 bosses, although how they appear in the stage will based on your floor reached. On some floors bosses will appear once the previous one has been defeated, while on other higher floors both bosses may become active once the first boss is damaged past a certain percentage of it's max health pool. You can choose to fight either Boss 1, Boss 2, or the Tower by selecting your target using the interface on the right hand of the screen. This can be very important, and brings us to the next tip.

    Play to the enemies weakness
    Each floor will provide you with a brief overview of the enemies in the floor before you start the battle. It's best to play around the enemies' weaknesses, and use characters that are strong against them. Generally, that would mean using a team that counters the enemies' element affinity. This affinity wheel can be found in game, but a basic breakdown is Fire > Forest > Water > Fire, as well as Light >< Dark. I would also recommend having a fairly large selection of damage dealing characters that counter each element, as a boss will often focus down your team member that it is strong against if there is no tank on your team to taunt. Losing your star player at the start of a match can cost you a win.

    Buffs and Debuffs Are Important!
    While there is no "Time Limit" on Abaddon, there is always the looming threat of the Tower's "Catastrophe" ability. This can be countered in two ways, either winning before that can happen or destroying the Tower at the start of the fight (Note: This can become harder in higher floors, and may not be recommended as a suitable option due to scaling of the enemies' power) One of my biggest tips would then be to use your buffs and debuffs to your advantage. Time your status effects well, stack them if you can for extra effect, make your enemy regret fighting you. Both buffs and debuffs have a variety of uses, like causing the boss to deal less burst damage to your tanks, or countering a healer's crazy ability to heal itself. Experiment with both your characters and your masters. Bjorn could give you the upper hand in a fight by increasing the power of your combo skills thanks to Titan's Rage, or a well timed Lightning Slash from Ophelia could stop that Moira boss from healing herself for almost 50% of her health. Try new tactics, watch your timer's, and strike when the enemy is vulnerable to your larger hits.

    That's all I have for now, but I hope something in here helps someone at least a little.