Beginners Guide to Heroes in Eternal Evolution
Heroes are the core to your success in Eternal Evolution, you’ll be trying to get them all and build synergy on your account to take down the hardest parts of the game. This guide will give you the details on how to grow your hero Collection and level your units in Eternal Evolution.
To obtain Heroes you’ll need to recruit them and there are 4 different types of recruitment:
Basic Recruitments – This is done through Purple Tickets or Diamonds.
Advanced Recruitments – This is done through Yellow Tickets. You’ll get a wish list here where you select your most desired heroes and this gives you an increased probability of getting that specific hero.
Limited Recruitments – This gives you the player an opportunity to get the 3 indicated elite heroes.
Friendly Recruitments – This is done through points that you can send to people on your friend list on a daily basis, therefore, you are going to want to fill your friends’ list and add as many friends as possible because the more points you get the more Friendly recruitments you’ll be able to do.
Elite Heroes can be obtained from all Recruitments, however, all but Friendly recruitments give a data chip that can be used in the respective shop for more rewards.
Other than Recruitments you can obtain Heroes through events, these events will vary and some may be harder than others to achieve so just keep that in mind.
Special Features of SSS Heroes
SSS Heroes are hard to find heroes that can only be obtained through Limited Recruitment or events. The only exception is Aniruddha because they can be obtained through Advanced Recruitments. Rez is obtained through the Galactic Arena Shop.
SSS Heroes may be difficult to reach for F2P players so you should limit yourself to one hero and improve it as much as possible.
All elite heroes that are not available as rare heroes are playable, you should build your team on what fits best for the game mode you are playing in. And you’ll have to work with what you’ve got most of the time, It may not be best in slot however if you can complete as much of the game as you can with the heroes that you have obtained so far then you should give yourselves a pat on the back.
Most times you’ll need some sort of frontlines like a tank or high HP hero and a couple of Damage Dealers at the back slaying your foes.
SSS Heroes generally stand out above the rest but we’ll keep you updated on who’s doing well in the current meta.
Elite heroes can evolve into Epic, Mythic, Legendary, and Immortal. Some evolutions may require a copy of the same unevolved hero. A side note to add and make sure you follow! For evolutions that any hero can be used, only heroes that also exist as rares should be used because these cannot be developed further than Epic. Also, they have a Max level of 110.
Common heroes cannot be developed at all.
Resetting your champions is a good way to get back any resources that you’ve used on a hero that doesn’t serve you any purpose anymore. Once you reset a hero all levels and equipped armor will be returned. Talents can also be reset separately. Only the level of the exclusive weapon and the evolution process cannot be reset.
With these few quick tips, you can focus on building out your teams and progressing through content in Eternal Evolution. Be sure to check back here in the future for more tips and guides on progressing your account.
“For evolutions that any hero can be used, only heroes that also exist as rares should be used…”
Is this what is meant when the dame wans you that an evolution includes an “immortal hero”?
*game warns you…*
Basically yes. Any Hero that can’t be rare will be your Heroes that have a Talent button when you look at them where you level them up. You should only use those duplicates as food for ranking up that specific hero as you need a lot of those duplicates as you rank them up so the system will warn you if you try using them on ranking up someone else. If you click the exclamation point in the Evolve window you can see how the ranking system works and how you’ll need quite a few duplicates. Any other Heroes in the game that don’t have a Talents button are food for anyone.
Could we also get a guide to the stats in EE? They’re bit confusing…