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Let me start up front by saying that this is my first guide so it may be a bit short :)Edit
Which Hero Should I Play As?Edit
Well if you've just got the demo for the game and you've played as the Apprentice and/or the squire when you buy thr full game the level gets imported, e.g If you have a Lvl 7 squire on the demo called King Richard or something when you buy/play the full game you'll be able to play this game right from the start as a level 7! (which is useful)
Now I am going to go into a little more detail so here we go...
Which Hero For What Role?Edit
Now If you didn't even get that title then let me explain, some heroes are more suited to doing some things than others, for example the apprentice tends to be used as a tower build due to the fact his towers can hit hard and fast to enemies that are quite far away ( I personally find a DPS apprentice amazing so experiment a bit or something) On the other hand a huntress is commonly used as a DPS character because she can attack quickly from far away and pack a hell of a punch (again some people like her to be a tower build or 'traptress' so you find out what you want to do by playing the first 2/3 levels with every character)
If you are still stuck then I'll put my personal favourites here:
Apprentice- Tower Build: I know that I said I LOVE a DPS apprentice but this is a begginers guide and it has to be said a tower build is a lot easier to use
Squire- Tower Build: Now I know the squire has a LOT of health and I mean A LOT (can be 6000+) but well, quite frankly his towers can do around 3000-5000 damage once your tower damage is upgraded
Huntress- Hero Build- Look she has a crossbow and since the piercing shot ability has not yet been patched like on PC it can do 2000 damage every 2 seconds ACROSS THE MAP!!!!!!!!
Monk- Hybrid Build- This way you can do two things:
1) Help out your alies towers when they need it (which they will!)
2) Do a bit of damage yourself so that you can kill things yourself
Right So About These Towers...Edit
Now I won't be talking about all the towers and their stats and things, there's already a guide for that:
There you go click that link, I did when I started the game and it helped me a fair bit
Wait There Is A Pet For 1,521,629 Mana And I Only Have 2,751 Mana, NO FAIR!!!Edit
Well that is a problem! but the general guide for getting that amount of money will take time, LOTS of time another thing is that difficulty affects the amount of money you get so well to be sadly honest the amount of money you will want (1,521,629 mana) won't be until level 60-70 so for now as a guide PICK UP AND SELL EVERYTHING ON THE FLOOR that is all.
Why does my weapon not do 2000 damage like on the pictures??Edit
Well to be honest this is because most of the pictures (of weapons) on the Dungeon Defenders Wiki are just pictures of mythical items that you can only get on PC for consoles the best way to get good weapons is to complete challenges, or simply play through the game at a difficulty that your character can perform, generally as a rule
EASY- Level 1-20
MEDIUM- Level 10-30/40
HARD- Level 40-60
INSANE- Level 60+
Now one thing I should say, once you find a weapon (paticularly once you start) don't go on an upgrade spree, there WILL be a better weapon out there (speaking from experience)
Well for now that is it, If anyone has any suggestions for other sections I could add to the guide the leave them in the comments bit below! (sorry up front about any typo's) |}