Wartune Troops and Daru Earning Guide

Having strong troops in the game is essential to the overall battling capability of your Wartune hero. In this guide, we will go over all the factors revolving around your Wartune Troops. Use this guide to get the right troops for your Wartune hero and become the best in the game. Please share this guide with your Wartune and online friends if you have found it helpful and take a look at the rest of our Wartune guides designed to help you with the game.

Wartune Troops Information and Upgrade Path

Depending on the level of your Wartune Barracks, you can hire different kinds of troops for your Hero. Below is a list of these troops information. Depending on how strong your Hero is, you can upgrade less of these units and save even more Darus for next tier. When you level up to the next tier, make sure that you upgrade you barracks high enough to unlock the stronger Wartune units.

Upgrading your troops become increasingly expensive in terms of Daru as you go up in level. Thus, it might be helpful when you are starting in a new server, to save up your Daru intead of upgrading the lower ranked units. Below I have listed some recommended

Level 0: Lancers – Level 3~5 because you can switch to Hunter almost right away.
Level 5: Hunters – Level 15~17
Level 20: Priest (Magic) – Skip because Paladin is better
Level 20: Paladins – Level 20~23, higher if your Hero is weak.
Level 30: Gryphons – Level 25~35 (wider range because depends on your Hero’s power). These units have stun skill.
Level 40: Knights – As high as possible. Great physical damage dealer with high defense.
Level 40: Angel (Magic) – Skip – Magic damage and has restore skill. But sacrifice a turn for healing. If you are a knight with high defense angel might be helpful, however I would simply focus the Daro to upgrade Knights instead.

Thoughts on Front, Center, or Back Position

Depending on your relative damage to your troops, you should place them accordingly. For example, if your damage is about twice as much as your troops, you should place them in front of you in battles. Because you should almost always have a stronger hero than your troops, you should always place your troops before you. This way you will be able to gain additional Daro too from sacrificing them.

Thus, the only situation where it makes sense to place your hero in front of your troops is when you have a pure defense hero. In addition, each of your troops must do more than half of your damage to make sense. Another situation is when you have upgraded Angel units and want to kill enemies with no health or units loss. Again we feel that any setup other than putting hero in the back is pointless.

However, as you advance into the game toward level 25+. You will start putting your troops behind you as the enemies begin to take out your troops too fast. In most cases your main Hero will have greatly stronger defense than your troops.

How to Make Wartune Troops Stronger

There are mainly three methods of making your troops stronger in Wartune. The first is via Wartune Academy research upgrade. The second is through upgrading your Charisma rating. We will discuss both of these.

You can check out the guide aimed at Wartune Academy for more information. You can boost the various combat ability of your troops, as well as your hero. However, the basic idea is that you should upgrade the units based on their physical or magic type. Another reason why I like to skip on Priest and Angel is that I can focus all my Attack upgrade on physical attack.

The second way is to increase your charisma. Charisma affects troops counts which affect your troop’s health. The formula to calculate Wartune troop health is as followed:
Base HP x (Troop Count/200). Based on this formula, you double your troop’s health points for every 400 additional charisma that you can get.

Below are the list of ways for you to get additional Charisma:
1. Guild Skill
2. Equipment Random Stats
3. Academy Research
4. Wartune Astral
5. Wartune Charisma Gem
6. Charisma Potion from Shop and Crypt Shop

The last way is to get enough Daro to upgrade your Wartune troops.

How to Get more Wartune Daro

Daro are very important in the game to make your Wartune troops stronger. Below we will list out all the major ways of obtaining Wartune Daro to upgrade your troops.

1. Arena Battle Ranking Reward
By ranking higher in Wartune arena, you can claim some really sweet Daro rewards.

2. Map Clearing Rewards
When you clear the stages in the map, you will earn a really nice reward. Remember to claim them from your Wartune mailbox. This is especially useful at the beginning of the game.

3. Wartune World Boss fights
Boss fights can grant you quite a bit of Daro if you are high enough to deal decent damage.

4. Tomb Searching
Tombs in either solo dungeon and multi dungeons are great way of getting more Daro. Do not think those are a waste of time. Search all the tombs for Daro to upgrade your Wartune troops.

5. Wartune Farming
You can place different seeds to get Daro in Wartune. You can check out the farming guide from the link.

6. Wild Monster Hunting
This method is a little time consuming, you can hunt the random monster on the Wild Map section of the game. Sometimes these monsters will drop Daro pearls that you can use for 1k Wartune daro.

7. Troop Death
Now when your troops die naturally from battle, you will gain Daro to the ratio of 1:1. You can simply play naturally and let the troop count build up. However, you can intentionally get your troops killed to rack up your Daro points fast. This is especially useful for the never ending catacomb. However, if you want to use this method, use your weakest unit such as the Lancer because they are cheaper to recruit.

8. Recruiting and Disbanding Troops
Now if you have lots of Gold to spare, this may work for you but it is highly insufficient.

9. Level 30 Multiplayer Dungeon – Graveyard
The level 30 multi player dungeon is a good source of Daro. They generate either 7500 or 15000 per graveyard. You can get at least 22500 and if you are luck you can get up to 45000 Daro per run. At 5 runs a day you can potentially make 100k worth of Daro from the dungeon run.

10. Purchasing the Balen
It may be implemented in the future or at the time of writing. You will be able to purchase Daro directly using money.

Wartune Guides Index by Gamelytic

Class Builds
Knight Build Walkthrough

Calculators
Enhancement True Cost Calculator

General Wartune Guides
Complete Gold Making
Basic Character Stats
Pay to Win Balen and VIP

Basic Information
Guild
Bounty Quest
Beginner Class
Frequently Asked Questions for Beginner
Basic Wartune Currency and Points
Wartune Gem
Academy and Research
Tree of Ancients and Farm
Astral
World Boss
Forgotten Catacombs Crypt
Friends System Explained
Battleground and Honor
Double Skill Tree

Focus Guides
PvP Winner
Troops and Daro Earning
Best Strong Player
Level Up
Damage and Defense Calculation
Synthesize, Gear and Shop Master
Solo and Multiplayer Dungeon


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    Im a lvl 57 knight my Patk is 7025 and my Pdef is 5k and something my hp is 28.9k and my troops are lvl 40 so im not good at pvp fights… but somebody in my server ( wartune server 144) is lvl 54 and has 65k BR 19000 MATK 17000 PDEF AND MDEF 54k hp with full lvl 50 legendary armor fully enchanted, socketed with 1100 hp 220 MATK 220 PDEF 220 MDEF. And lvl 54 templars. He is more powerful than a lvl 70 and this is not a joke. But my character is weak im aiming at lvl 57 troops and slyph but my highest slyph is lvl 47 and its an amazon queen.

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