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Endless Dungeon

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1 10 Points

Unlock the Shadow Knight!

2 10 Points

Unlock the Battle Mage!

3 10 Points

Unlock the Squire!

4 10 Points

Unlock the Viking!

5 25 Points

Unlock the Samurai!

6 25 Points

Unlock the Monk!

7 25 Points

Unlock the Fencer!

8 25 Points

Unlock the Pirate!

10 50 Points

Unlock the Tank!

11 50 Points

Unlock the Assassin!

12 50 Points

Unlock the Gladiator!

13 50 Points

Reach Level 60!

14 50 Points

Kill 500 Enemies!

9 50 Points

Unlock the Guerilla!

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I've maxed out my critical,dodge chance and attack speed,So
I was invincible and I can almost like insta-kill every enemy.

It was pretty perfect,Excellent!

games broken btw if u go into main menu after u died n continue u get a free lvl up n infinite continues

It's very slow, and also a bit aggravating when you die and have to redo your stats, only to then die again. But it's still a nice little game, nothing to be competitive about.

Just going off of the mage vocation tree I feel like the nerfing of each stage is counter-intuitive. Yeah they START stronger [in a sense] but they quickly don't compare to what came before. The Monk in particular feels pretty pathetic. I'm having trouble getting him to level 40 and at this point I don't WANT to suffer through it.

Squire and Pirate both absolutely suck, and Squire moreso than Pirate.

Let's see, here you have a class with exceptionally low stats across the board. Yes you could cherry-pick some start stat that is better than in some other class, but in all cases the other stats of whichever class you compared to much more than make up for it in that other class.

You have some choices if you win the battle. Should I upgrade damage because my damage is terrible? Yes. Should I upgrade crit? Probably not because there's more important stuff to upgrade, though crit is terrible. Should I upgrade armor? It's awful, so probably. Should I upgrade health? Yes. Should I upgrade dodge? It is pretty bad, so maybe. Should I upgrade speed? Well my fighter is slow as molasses.

Then no matter what you upgrade you'll probably die a few battles in anyway, at least with Squire or Pirate. You have to get too lucky, both in terms of what enemies spawn for you to fight and in enemies missing you and you connecting hits, despite having terrible dodge percent and terrible speed. Better hope that flying fairy thing doesn't appear.