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Monday, 26 October 2015

Guide to Grub Guardian Ep. 10 Chelsea Court

Hey everyone! I'm back today with the 10th instalment to my Guide to Grub Guardian series. This episode we're taking a look into Chelsea Court, the second of the Marleybone maps.

This map was fairly simple and straightforward. The strategy mainly only consisted of using star towers due to the treeants which are a pain to take out without star towers. I placed the pet in a relatively centralised position and then placed the myth tower opposite it to get a similar damage output on both sides. The myth and pet tower's job is basically to get anything the star towers don't focus on, stuff like the ghouls and sometimes skeletons. The combination if very effective and works well to gain a fairly easy win on Chelsea Court.

Well, thanks for reading/watching and I hope you enjoyed!

Until next time!
- Blaze

Sunday, 25 October 2015

Halloween Towers in Ravenwood!

Hey everyone! I'm back today with a quick run down of the Halloween Towers in Ravenwood, one of my favourite parts of Halloween. There are three Halloween dungeons for wizards of all levels to complete. The suggested levels for these dungeons correspond to the names of them and the list can be found here (eg. apprentice, 6-10. apprentice tower, 6-20. at 20 it becomes adept).

The first tower is the Apprentice Tower, recommended for wizards level 6-20. It is the easiest tower and therefore is obviously made for lower level wizards. This tower has 5 floors, and includes a boss battle and a wisp collection floor. The first three floors of this tower consist of normal fight with enemies around 100-200 health. Floor 4 as a room with a bunch of wisps that you have to collect in within 20 seconds. The final floor of this tower is the boss floor. The boss has 500 health so it's a bit of a jump but nothing you can't handle.

The second tower is the Adept Tower. Recommended for wizards level 20-40. It is the second hardest/ easiest of the three dungeons. This tower again, has 5 floors with 3 of them being normal fights, 1 a boss and 1 puzzle like stage. The first 3 floors are fairly easy and once arriving upon the 4th floor, you'll be told to collect the blue ones. You must collect the blue wisps first, then the red/blue wisps will turn blue. Collect those to move on. The final boss of this dungeon has a total of 800 health. He has no cheats so it is, again, a nice and straightforward fight.

The final tower is the Master Tower, recommended for wizards level 40+. It is the hardest of the dungeons and has a slightly more challenging fight at the end. Just like every tower, the first 3 floors consist of normal street fight (equivalent) battles. The fourth floor however, is a bit different. You still have your blue wisps however they are behind more enemies. You must defeat the enemies quickly as one will disappear every 15 seconds while you fight. The final battle is against a 3,800 health cheating boss who won't let you heal unless you are willing to take a +30% hex from him, making you vulnerable. This cheat, whilst small, can cause great damage so heal only when you need to.

Well, thanks for reading and hopefully you enjoyed! Good luck if you're looking to run through these dungeons!

Until next time!
- Blaze

Monday, 12 October 2015

Halloween Is Here!

Hey everyone! I'm back today to let you know (if you didn't already) that Halloween is here in the spiral! Halloween is always a big part of Wizard101 and there are always awesome events, quests, costumes and more!

The first thing I'm going to talk about to do with this update is the quests from both Dworgyn and Jack Hallow. Jack Hallow is a scarecrow that appears in the commons every year and gives lots of quests for you to do over the month of October. The quests all happen in areas open to everyone meaning that even if you aren't a member or don't pay for crowns, you can still participate in almost all the quests.

There's also Dworgyn who gives you the quest to defeat the dreaded Nosferabbit. I believe you can access the dungeon without paying for crowns by porting to get the quest from Dworgyn. However, I don't know if you can enter the dungeon itself without crowns.

There are also the three Halloween dungeon towers located in Ravenwood for you to complete with other wizards. These dungeons are great fun and vary in length and skill level so be careful when entering the harder ones!

There are a few other quick things I want to mention such as the new fish roaming the spiral, so look out for that as it'll only be here for a limited time!

Lastly, there are some returning packs and new costumes and Halloween themed items for your wizard.

Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoyed! Enjoy yourself this Halloween and make it count!

Until next time!
- Blaze