Outcast Odyssey Complete Card Loot List

Are you looking to farm any specific stage or just want a quick place to look up where to farm which cards. Use this table to help you get started! Please note that we are still working on this table and the game, more information will be added shortly.

The Island Rewards
The Meadows: Shield (4*)
The South End: Cerberus (4*)
Hunter’s Field: Ribbon (4*)
Lost Ruins: Snow Cat (4*)

Card Loot Drop List

Stage
Mob
Drop
The Meadows
1-1
Vampbat
84 HP
Vampbat
Leggings
The Meadows
1-2
Trusk
140 HP
Dagger
Trusk
The Meadows
1-2
Canus
110 HP
Canus
Huntress
The Meadows
1-3
Trusk
140 HP
Dagger
Trusk
The Meadows
1-3
Canus
110 HP
Canus
Huntress
The Meadows
1-3
Vampbat
175 HP
Vampbat
Leggings
The Meadows
1-4
Clank
210 HP
Pauldron
Cannon
The Meadows
1-4
Canus
110 HP
Canus
Huntress
The Meadows
1-4
Trusk
140 HP
Dagger
Trusk
The Meadows
1-5
Clank
210 HP
Pauldron
Cannon
The Meadows
1-5
Toad
525 HP
Club
Toad
The Meadows
1-5
Trusk
140 HP
Dagger
Trusk
South End
2-1
PoakapyVambraces
Poakapy
South End
2-1
TruskDagger
Trusk
South End
2-1
Vampbat
175 HP
Vampbat
Belt
South End
2-2
Dryad HunterClub
Dryad Hunter
South End
2-2
VampbatVampbat
Belt
South End
2-2
Cog
210 HP
Cog
Charm Pendant
South End
2-3
South End
2-3
South End
2-3
South End
2-4
South End
2-4
South End
2-4
South End
2-5
Cinder
210 HP
Magic Hat
Lava Flow
South End
2-5
Cragoyle
280 HP
Fork
Cragoyle
South End
2-5
Rocco
455 HP
Rocco
Basilisk
South End
2-6
PoakapyVambraces
Poakapy
South End
2-6
South End
2-6
Hunter's Field
3-1
Butterfly
525 HP
Vambraces
Butterfly
Hunter's Field
3-1
Cragoyle
280 HP
Fork
Cragoyle
Hunter's Field
3-1
Scamp
700 HP
Leggings
Cloak
Hunter's Field
3-2
Hunter's Field
3-2
Hunter's Field
3-2
Hunter's Field
3-3
Hunter's Field
3-3
Hunter's Field
3-3
Hunter's Field
3-4
Butterfly
525 HP
Vambraces
Butterfly
Hunter's Field
3-4
Cragoyle
280 HP
Fork
Cragoyle
Hunter's Field
3-4
Cog
210 HP
Cog
Charm Pendant
Hunter's Field
3-5
Poakapy
350 HP
Vambraces
Poakapy
Hunter's Field
3-5
Dwarf Miner
439 HP
Wadling
War Hammer
Hunter's Field
3-5
Cinder
210 HP
Magic Hat
Lava Flow
Hunter's Field
3-5
Pious Midnight
3400 HP
Helmet
Lost Ruins
4-1
Lost Ruins
4-1
Lost Ruins
4-1

Beginner’s Guide to Outcast Odyssey

If you are new to Outcast Odyssey, this beginner’s guide may help you breaking into the game without spending too much to time study the underlying strategy for the game. The purpose of this beginner’s strategy guide may help you with the right direction.

Please note that this beginner’s guide for Outcast Odyssey assume that you will not be spending real money currency on the gems. If you do have unlimited funds that you can spend on the game, spend them on skill masteries first, then open up card packs for the rare cards.

How to Level Up All of Your Cards, But Focus on Hero and His Gears First
Although Outcast Odyssey requires no use of energy, it does feature a ton of grinding if you want to get your base cards to max level. Be prepared to grind level after level to get all of your cards.

However, at the beginning you should focus on getting your main hero cards with strong attack numbers first. This is because you want to aim for one shot kills during your grinds to avoid losing HP.

You should not invest heavily into enhancement or evolution into any 1 star or 2 star gear cards. Consider just evolve the two star pets and master them early on for the purpose of higher HP pool during earlier levels. Do not aim to perfect evolve the two star cards (maxing pre-evolved form before evolving).

Use your free daily bounty quests to get a few sets of the main gear cards. Spend the time to max level those 3 star gear cards and then evolving them can go a long way.

After your main gears are set. Visit bounty often to look out for pet cards that match the bonuses of your main cards. For example volley go with volley, pierce go with pierce etc.

A great starting combination include the huntress cards farmed from 1-3 plus cannon from 1-4.

Bonus EXP from Enhancing Cards
There are two factors to get a little boost from enhancing your cards. The first method is through card enhancement match, you can gain bonus enhancement exp either match the realm of the cards, or the type of the cards to get the EXP boost.

The second method is through adding points into your character mastery. One of the skill allows you to have extra enhancement exp points which can make your grinding faster.

Max Evolution for the Cards You Use
If you have decided to stick with any particular deck, make sure that you fully enhance the cards before evolving. The additional stats boost from fully enhanced cards make it worthwhile.

Use Your Main Hero Set to Trigger Skill and Spells
In most cases, your fully geared main hero should almost outdamage your pet cards. This means that you should almost always trigger the skill uses with your main hero turn. The damage multiplier is usually counted by the first hit.

In addition, learn about the effects of each of the skills and spells. Sometimes multiple skills can trigger on the board, your goal is to not let them interfere with one another so that you can deal higher overall damage.

Bash: Alternate attack two targets
Blast: Attacks different targets
Pierce: Attacks one target multiple times
Slash: Attack multiple targets along lines.
Spiral: Attacks multiple targets per level in order.
Volley: Attack targets randomly multiple times

Take Advantage of Elemental Realm Boost
The cards are divided into three different realms. Green (Nature) > Red (Magic) > Blue (Technology) > Green (Nature). This patterns plays heavily into the game play and will determine the amount of damage that you can do.

When you set up your deck, you should at leave have 1 of your pet the different realm than your main hero deck. In general, it might be better if both of your pet cards are different realms than your main hero, since your hero will be the one dealing the most damage. The only exception comes in later when your main hero cards have skills that boost the card stats from specific realms, or when you have placed more skill points into realm specific masteries.

Specifically, your starting pet card should be weak against your hero. Since you want your pet cards to deal more damage against the card stack that your hero has trouble attacking.

HP Focused Deck and Death
It can be worthwhile to prepare a deck that focuses on your total HP pool, especially at lower levels. When your character is at higher level this strategy may become less useful because of higher death cool down.

The reason is that although death requires some time for you to come back to life, the HP regenerated while waiting for respawn is still significantly faster compared to just waiting for the tick.

When you know that you will die within the next few enemies, switch your deck into the HP pool deck to get more HP healed after you respawn.

Clear Your Inventory Often
At the time of writing this beginner’s guide, you will get some of the new cards sent to your mail box such as treasure chest or bounty quest winnings. However, for your usual questing, if your inventory is full, those loot cards will be sold automatically.

This can be bad if you are specifically grinding campaign for feeder cards. Check your Outcast Odyssey inventory often to avoid this problem.

Bounty Quest Strategy
Make sure that you take the free daily bounty tickets to obtain 3 star or higher cards. As you improve your decks into full 3 star cards, you will begin to see mixes of high rare cards in the bounty system.

The bounties increase in difficulty as you level up, so if you do not have the decks that suit your level, you will be destroyed at later bounty levels.

At the time of writing this Outcast Odyssey beginner’s guide, bounty quests get taken and refreshed quite often. So visit the bounty quests often for the cards that you may need.

Like the tip mentioned in the previous part of this guide, aim to finish your main hero’s set before working on the pets cards.

Using Your Gems
The best places to spend your gems are your mastery skills. Do not spend your earlier gems on opening treasure chests or open up card packs. Save all of your gems on skills as those skill masteries are permanent.

How to get free gems:
1. Rank the PvP tournaments.
2. Finish bounty quests.
3. Rare rewards from dungeon crawling.

Grind Earlier Dungeons While Waiting on HP
The best part about Outcast Odyssey is that it is not based on “energy” system like most of the other TCG games on the mobile platform. This means that you can always head back to lower ranked dungeons to grind for feeder cards.

Treasure Chest Tips
You can encounter two types of treasure chests during your dungeon runs. Green chests usually contain 1~3 star cards. Blue treasure chests contain 3~5 star cards. If your HP is low, stepping on the green treasure chests is a sure fire way to die fast in the game. However, make sure you always trip the blue chests since that is the best way for you to get the better cards for free.

Social Aspect
You can additional boost by adding friends, you earn “cheers” whenever they are active in the game.

Save Your Potions
You have 5 starting health potions at the beginning of the game. You also gain free 20 potions when you connect your account to Facebook. Save those potions, as you will really need them for the higher level bounties. It can be awesome for you to use those potions when you are short on time to finish a bounty quest.

Outcast Odyssey List of Character Mastery Skills

Below is a list of all the mastery skills that you can get in the game. When you first start customizing your character mastery.

You can either level up your mastery points either through MP which is gained every level up or upgrade them using gems. The cost of 1 MP is equal to 50 gems. The skill mastery upgrade is permanent so that you should plan ahead before using your valuable gem points.

In general, we recommend getting Health regen skill first. Then get Attack Skill Spawn, and Defense Skill spawn because it applies to all of the skills regardless of their realm. After that, consider getting skills based on the deck of cards that you are using.

Health Regen: Speeds up health regeneration
0.01 seconds per level

Death Respawn: Cuts down death respawn delay
5 seconds per level.

Defense Skill Spawn: Increases chance of skill spawning when attacked
0.5% per level.

Defense Magic Skill Spawn: Increases chance of skill spawning for Magic when attacked
0.5% per level.

Defense Tech Skill Spawn: Increases the chance of skill spawning for Tech when attacking
0.5% per level.

Attack Skill Spawn: Increases the chance of skill spawning when attacking
0.5% per level.

Attack Magic Skill Spawn: Increases chance of skill spawning for Magic when attacking
0.5% per level.

Attack Nature Skill Spawn: Increases chance of skill spawning for Nature when attacking.
0.5% per level.

Attack Tech Skill Spawn: Increases the chance of skill spawning for Tech when attacking
0.5% per level.

Boss Damage: Increase damage dealt to a boss enemy.
1% per level.

PvP Defense Damage: Increases damage dealt when attacked by another player.
1% per level.

PvP Defense Magic Damage: Increase Magic damage dealt when attacked by another player.
0.5% per level.

PvP Defense Nature Damage: Increases Nature damage dealt when attacked by another player.
0.5% per level.

PvP Defense Tech Damage: Increases Tech damage dealt when attacked by another player.
0.5% per level.

PvP Attack Damage: Increase damage dealt when attacking another player.
1% per level.

PvP Attack Magic Damage: Increases Magic damage dealt when attacking another player.
0.5% per level.

PvP Attack Nature Damage: Increases Nature damage dealt when attacking another player.
0.5% per level.

PvP Attack Tech Damage: Increases Tech damage dealt when attacking another player
0.5% per level.

PvP Defense Health: Boosts up max health when attacked by another player.
1% per level.

PvP Defense Magic Health: Boosts up max health for Magic when attacked by another player.
0.5% per level.

PvP Defense Nature Health: Boosts up max health for Nature when attacked by another player.
0.5% per level.

PvP Defense Tech Health: Boosts up max health for Tech when attacked by another player
0.5% per level.

PvP Attack Health: Boosts up max health when attacking another player.
1% per level.

PvP Attack Magic Health: Boosts up max health for Magic when attacking another player.
0.5% per level

PvP Attack Nature Health: Boosts up max health for Nature when attacking another player.
0.5% per level

PvP Attack Tech Health: Boosts up max health for Tech when attacking another player.
0.5% per level

Card Inventory: Extra space in card inventory.
4 slots per level

Card Experience: Boosts up card experience on enhance.
1% per level.

Card Skill Up Chance: Boosts up chance of card skilling up.
0.2% per level

Battle Ticket: Extra battle ticket slot
1 slot per level

Arena Reward: Boost honor point awarded in arena matches
1% per level

PvP Gold Steal: Boosts gold steal in unranked PvP matches
1% per level

PvP Gold Protection: Reduces gold stolen in unranked PvP matches
1% per level

Friend Skill Up Stack: Increases max number of friend skill up boosts
1% per level

Friend Activity: Boosts cheer points from friend activities
5% per level

Friend Slot: Increase max number of friends
1 per level

Card Pack: Buys a card pack and sends it to the store to claim
20 MP: 1 Card Pack (5 cards, rare-epic)

Outcast Odyssey Skill Guide

In this complete skill guide for Outcast Odyssey, we will go through some of the common questions that you may have about each of the skills.

Types of Skills
Outcast Odyssey skills can be divided into two categories: Skills and attack spells.

The skills and spells can proc with each other which means that by having both procing.

Hero cards usually come with skills that add additional levels to specific skills or add health or attack.

Attack skills are available via your Weapon and defensive skills which counter the moves are available with your defensive gears such as shields.

The pet cards usually come with extra buffs that are added along with the skills such as adding drain to slash, etc.

Your goal is to have a deck of cards with skills that are built upon one another.

How to Level Up Skill
You can level up cards skills when you enhance with another card with skills. Depending on the feeder card used, the main card may receive different odds for a skill rank up.

Card Skill and Evolution
When you evolve your cards, the higher level of the skill is kept.

Outcast Odyssey Skill List

Many cards have skills that may proc during battle, boosting damage or defending attacks from foes.

Bash: Level 1-4
Alternate attack two targets by x times per level, until another skill is hit.

Blast: Level 1-5
Attacks up to x different targets per level at the same time.

Pierce: Level 1-5
Attacks one target x times per level until another skill is hit.

Slash 2: Attacks 2 targets along a line.
Slash 3: Attacks 3 targets along a line.
Slash 4: Attacks 2 targets along 2 lines.
Slash 6: Attacks 2 targets along 3 lines.

Spiral Level 2-6
Attacks x target per level in order until another skill is hit.

Volley
Attack targets random x times per level until another skill is hit.

Spells
Armor: Places armor plates on the targets.
Burn:
Burn: Damage over time to affected target. 1 turn, 1x damage.
Burn+: Damage over time to affected target. 2 turn, 1x damage.
Burn++: Damage over time to affected target. 3 turn, 1x damage.

Drain
Drain: Takes a small amount of health from enemy and gives it to you over 1 turn.
Drain+: Takes a small amount of health from enemy and gives it to you over 2 turns.

Freeze
Freeze: Enemy misses 1 turn. Also, Damage over time to affected target. 1 turn, 1x damage.
Freeze+: Enemy misses 2 turns. Also, Damage over time to affected target. 1 turn, 1x damage.
Freeze++: Enemy misses 3 turns. Also, Damage over time to affected target. 1 turn, 1x damage.

Poison
Poison: Damage over time to affected target. 1 turn, 1x damage
Poison+: Damage over time to affected target. 2 turns, 1x damage

Sleep
Sleep: Enemy misses 2 turns
Sleep+: Enemy misses 3 turns

Stone
Stone: Enemy misses 2 turns.
Stone+: Enemy misses 3 turns.