Arel Wars Walkthrough:
This is my walk-through of Gamevil’s tower-defense fantasy game, Arel Wars. You may also be interested in my review of it.
First I highly encourage the play of the Tutorial and Advanced Tutorial on the first two stages regardless of who youâre playing as. Itâs good information, and is presented appropriate to character by one of their friends or confidants in a way that fits âin settingâ.
Also, Iâm not covering those basics here.
Second, I believe in tight management of resources both in and out of game. So my personal recommendation is only spend when the benefit is right, and save whenever you can. This will mean âWaitingâ on the Daily Reward until it reaches its maximum Gold value every time. You donât actually need the Daily Reward to complete the game, so if itâs going to be extra anyway why not get the maximum bonus each time?
On a related note, my guides will not assume youâre playing the file with the bonus Cash for the initial download of the game. I will write into the guide when I feel it is appropriate to spend Cash, and on what, resulting in a bare-bones purchasing scheme that will require no real-world monetary investment on your partâand will not tap into the bonus Cash from initial download if you are playing that file. Obviously you can get additional mileage beyond the guide by expending Cash, though I recommend thinking twice before spending to avoid any potential regrets.
Back to the Daily Reward, every 24 hours Arel Wars will remind you to claim your “Daily Reward”. To do this you need to restart the application, which in my experience means turning your phone off and then back on again (if there’s a better way I’d love to know it). Generally I prefer to do this the night before so when the reminder comes up I can just open the game then. You’ll have the option to “Wait” or “Claim”, and for maximum reward you should always choose “Wait” until after 5 days the reward maxes out and only “Claim” is an option. Then just open the file you want to get the money.
On to the Guides! They’re broken down by storyline, so click on the page links under the Hero whose guide you want to see. (if you have questions not answered in the guides, my contact information is on the About page)
Also note that there have been some great comments by people better at the game than me, so scroll down any given page for possible extra information better than mine.
Vincent: Hume Mercenary Commander, Beginner Friendly, Balanced Units, Specialized in Tower Defense
Helba: Buster Chief, Advanced, Units designed for Melee Rush, Specialized in Melee Combat
Juno: Elven Consul, Advanced, Expensive High Caliber Units, Specialized in Mana Production
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