No troops are immune to Burning for Fireblade’s triple skull damage
No troops summon things when they die (which would mean re-applying Burn to them)
No troops have higher than 25% skull damage reduction
No troops have any mechanics that Entangle you
No troops have any Devour abilities
No troops summon new troops
No empowered troops, only a 50% mana start legendary, but there are 4 legendaries, so you’ll only fight it 1/4th of the time in the mini-boss battles
Five troops can transform into a different troop, but because enemies get one shot with Fireblade, it only matters if you lose your hero, because then it takes longer to kill them if they keep transforming
One troop has a Stun ability (which can shut down Fireblade), but it’s targeted, and rarely hits the Hero
One troop can instant kill your first troop (your hero), but also has a 50% chance to kill their own first troop. It’s a legendary however, so you’ll only fight it 1/4th of the time during the mini-boss battles
This is by far the fastest and easiest kingdom to farm for medals using a Fireblade team.
Can you post what you currently consider to be the best endgame team for this? I recall that you posted several options a few weeks ago with pros and cons. Curious to hear what you think after sitting on it for awhile.
Kurandara’s (and company) kits seem to have been made to really annihilate the efficiency of what was one of the fastest consistent Scorp variants from exploring Urskaya (Song of Doom from the epic alone now makes it one of the more obnoxious to explore with any variant when it pops up, and nearly every explore viable team becomes a lot riskier if it doesn’t cancel that storm before moving the board). So you are probably correct here… for now.
Sorta, but not really. I use Leprechaun in my soul farming team, so technically I do have to be mindful in the fringe cases where my Lep explosions leaves the AI with 4/5 gem matches (purple storm for me), and gets a cast of to stall the match. Damage is fine, but other things like Barrier, Life Gain etc can be a nuisance.
The teams I was using for soul farming relied on scatter damage, so sometimes the combined durability of the enemies left some of them alive with a tiny bit of life under the wrong situations (more of an issue with Imperial Jewel). Its been easier with Sacrificial Priest, but I still try not to take any risks. Same reason why I probably could Soul Farm on Explore 2, but choose not to for consistency purposes.
basically the same as what I use, though I run it with Thief for 7 damage to the last enemy on 4/5 match + purple storm to make it easier to fill Sac/Phylactery. I prefer Sac in 1st slot though, incase if Phylactery doesn’t fill, I can just cast to win and try again in another board.
I didn’t have the team above in that post, but I’ve been using Leprechaun + King Bloodhammer for a long time now and it’s my favorite set up. I much prefer it over Scylla (Bonestorm on 4+ match) or Infernus (burn all on 4 match) or the empowered skull creators (apophisis and fist of zorn).
The Doomstorm on enemy death triggers when you use Zuul’goth, so you don’t need to worry about a bonestorm immediately overwriting your firestorm when you use leprechaun. And King Bloodhammer can absolutely finish off the enemies in the event you lose your hero and Zuul’goth, whereas Scylla can’t.