Published On: July 25, 2023
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This secret room requires you to use Epic Spirit Affinity Champions only. Lets break down how to approach this challenge!


Enemy Waves


Below are the waves you will face in the secret room including the stats – generally secret room enemies are much slower than other aspects of Doom Tower. You should pay special attention to the following problematic champions:

Most of the threats in this Secret Room come from the longevity of the enemies, there are a lot of ‘Tanky’ Champions, who will be slow and irritating, either from strong support or even Revive on Death, which you will get well acquainted with on this stage due to there being multiple Bushi’s and Crimson Helms!

Most of the damage threat will come from single-target hits, so as long as you’ve got a support or two in your team, and ideally a Decrease ATK debuff, you are going to be set!

Wave 1

Wave 2

Wave 3


How to beat the secret room!


Below is the recommend team that is best fit to beat this room. We also detail alternatives for each champion if you do not have them. It is worth noting alternatives are fine replacements but will be less efficient i.e. potentially make the run slower or require you to run a few times to get good RNG.

Annoyingly on this stage you’re going to have to deal with Champions coming back to life, whether that be Bushi with his passive Revive on Death, or the whole team if Crimson Helm gets a turn, outside of this, there’s not REALLY much to worry about.

A small caveat to that would be Reflect Damage, you need to watch out for this, as Vergis and Warden can and will place these buffs on themselves, and in the latter case, the whole team, so be mindful of this when attacking enemies with Reflect Damage buffs on – on Wave 2 the smartest option would be to instantly kill the Warden, then you only have to worry about damage reflecting from Vergis.

Wave 3 will be fairly easy, there are 3 ‘Damage’ enemies (Delver, Cagebreaker and Jinglehunter) which you will want to prioritise first, leaving you with 2x Vergis, which will pose no threat, and allow you to slowly whittle them down!

MVP’s for this Strategy

Deacon Armstrong: With Deacon being a free champion for new players via a promo-code, he simply has to be included in the MVPs list, as he is so incredibly strong, not only with his Turn Meter control, but also bringing a Decrease DEF debuff will significantly amplify your damage capabilities in this stage.

Ghrush the Mangler: Ghrush is rewarded to all players as a daily login gift, and his supporting abilities will shine in a stage like this, with AOE Decrease ATK debuffs, and very strong healing, he will help you keep topped up throughout the entire fight!

Stag Knight: Stag Knight is a debuff king, he brings everything you could ask for, AOE – So you can rest easy knowing that the enemies are going to be kept under Decrease DEF, and Decrease ATK during this encounter!

Champion Alternatives

Not every player will have this exact team, but there are very good options to some of these champions. Below we detail viable alternatives:

Deacon Armstrong: Eolfrig, High Khatun

Stag Knight: Valla, Gorlos Hellmaw

Ghrush the Mangler: Vergis, Lodric Falconheart, Anchorite, Woad-Painted, Wuzgar, Steelskull, Vrask, Duhr the Hungerer, Melga Steelgirdle

Magnarr: Fahrakin, Fayne, Anax, Luria, Phranox, Morag Bronzelock, Chonoru, Ruella

Vogoth: Giscard the Sigiled, Jinglehunter, Hoskarul, Bergoth the Malformed, Rock Breaker

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