Monster Paradise Cheats And Tips
Having a monstrous time? Our guide will teach you the basics.
If you've caught the Monster Paradise bug but aren't sure where to start, read our handy guide to mastering those first few days.
Fusion & Fusion+
Confused between the two? It's simple. The basic Fusion allows you to enhance your favored monster with any other creature for a decent bonus. Fusion+ can only be used with two identical monsters although it costs more money to perform. Still, the increased bonus modifiers are well worth the money.
Joining a Guild is a great way to get one step ahead of the competition, as well as giving you the opportunity to take on Monster Paradise's more challenging Dark Monster content. You can access the game's Guild recruitment system by going to the menu screen and selecting Guild.
The game will automatically match you up with a group that's accepting new members, or you can use your unique invitation code to join up with friends. As well as being able to take on the more challenging content of the game, you also receive bonus questing experience as a member, along with any advantages conferred by the egg your guild is hatching.
You can't get far in the game without a healthy chunk of Stamina. Once it expires, you'll have to wait a while before the meter automatically fills back up. Consider investing heavily into Stamina when you first begin to level so that any down-time is minimized.
Elementary, my dear Watson
When you start out the game, you'll need to choose an element of Fire, Water or Wind. This determines the monster you'll start out with, and you should always try to utilize monsters that have synergy with your chosen element.
Be sure to check out the daily bonus screen every day as this is a great way to get hold of some free potions and gold that will give you the edge in battle.
The right monster for me
Every time you capture a new monster, check out its stats and abilities to see how useful it is. The more stars there are in the bottom left-hand corner of the image, the rarer the card is. The elemental type of each monster is displayed in the bottom-right. If you don't think a card will make a good Fusion option for another in your collection, consider selling it.