With the advent of the Dark World, new Monsters have arrived to accompany you on your marches, and defend your walls. Well… three have arrived, but with the assumption that others will follow on the Dark Fang’s furry heels, the following is an Encyclopedia of the Dark World Monsters and what they do.
Dark World Monsters
The old monsters aren’t very effective in the new Dark World. You will need to use Dark World Monsters. Currently, there are only two, but we will be adding to this guide as new Monsters become available.
Dark Havoc Fang
This is the first Monster specifically for the Dark World. He was given for free to the early adopters of the Dark World or could be purchased in packs. Leveling him up uses Monster Food and Dark Havoc Fang Upgrade Stone.
He boosts maximum stats at Level 100:
- Dark Crystal Holding Attack: 200%
- Troop Attack Bonus: 300,000,000% (*Note: This stat applies to OLD troops. This isn’t a Dark World stat, as old troops should still have some degree of consequence in battle.)
- Dark Troop HP: 200%
- Dark Cavalry Attack: 150%
- Dark Warrior Attack: 150%
- Dark Rally Attack: 200%
- Dark Troop Attack: 150%
Chaos Havoc Fang
Besides its fantastic dye job, this Monster differs from the Dark Havoc Fang because it is focused on Defense. This Monster is intended to live in your walls and defend your Citadel.
At Level 100 it boasts the following stats:
- Troop Attack Bonus: 1,500,000%
- Dark Troop HP: 200%
- Dark City Defense HP: 150%
- Dark City Defense Attack: 75%
The chart of costs for this Monster is pending.
Umbral Tonberry King
This Monster focuses on Mercs and Debuffs, along with standard combat stats.
At Level 100 it has the following stats:
- Dark Mercenary Attack: 10,000%
- Dark Mercenary HP: 4,500%
- Dark Mercenary Armor: 13,500%
- Dark Enemy Attack Resistance: 12,000%
- Dark Cripple HP: 12,000%
- Dark Armor Piercing: 12,000%
- Dark Troop Attack: 20,000%
- Dark Troop Defense: 18,000%
- Dark Troop HP: 6,000%
As the Dark World grows, so will the Monsters added to this guide. Do you have any values to add to the chart? Questions or comments about the Dark Monsters? Let us know in the comments below!