Arena Assault

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A Game Mode which fuses Arena and Squad Assault.

Arena Assault Screen

Overview[edit | edit source]

Arena Assault is a battle arena for advanced players. The goal is to use multiple teams to clear many maps in a row. As opposed to the regular Arena, no Dueling Swords are required to play.

Rewards are given based on rank at the end of each season with each season being one week long.

Basics[edit | edit source]

The score you earn is determined from the very first team you use, and unlike the classic Arena, there are no Bonus Allies.

After clearing one map, you'll immediately continue to the next map. Heroes who participate in battle cannot be used again in the streak. It is possible to use fewer than four Heroes per map, however you are not allowed to use duplicates of a Hero, meaning if you have already used Olivia: Blushing Beauty in the first map, you cannot use that Hero again in the following maps. Upon clearing a set of maps or losing, all Heroes will be released. This means that all your Heroes will be free to battle once again.

Items[edit | edit source]

Special items can be earned by defeating teams that include enemies of level 35 or higher. The number of items awarded is based on the number on consecutive wins achieved.

Wins Item(s)
3 1
5 2
7 3

The maximum number of items that can be stored is 99 for each type. You can bring up to three of the following special items into Arena Assault to use during battle.

Name Description
Restores 99 HP to all allies.
Fortifying Horn.png
Fortifying Horn
Grants all allies Atk/Spd/Def/Res+6 for 1 turn.
Special Blade.png
Special Blade
Enables use of Specials for all allies.
Infantry Boots.png
Infantry Boots
Grants +1 to movement to all allies for 1 turn.
Nagas Tear.png
Naga's Tear
Grants Atk/Spd/Def/Res+6 to two allies who have yet to act. Specials are also enabled. Effective 1 turn.
Dancers Veil.png
Dancer's Veil
Allows one random ally that has already acted to take another action.
Lightning Charm.png
Lightning Charm
Inflicts 20 damage to all enemies.
Panic Charm.png
Panic Charm
Bonuses on all enemies become penalties through each foe's next action.
Fear Charm.png
Fear Charm
All enemies are prevented from counterattacking until each foe's next action.
Pressure Charm.png
Pressure Charm
Limits all enemy movement to 1 space through each foe's next action.

Scoring[edit | edit source]

The scoring system is similar to Arena. Defeating higher difficulty teams increases score, as well as consecutive wins. Casualties reduces score and losing to a team ends the run. The few differences in how Arena Assault is scored differently are:

  • The first team is mainly used for scoring and will determine what defense teams there are to select.
  • Teams 2 through 7 can contribute to scoring if they hold blessings or use Legendary Heroes that are the correct season
    • Blessings will still count toward the score even if a legendary hero does not go into battle with that hero.
  • Bonus heroes do not increase the score.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

Sacred Coins and Hero Feathers are awarded based on the player rank at the end of each season.

Rank Sacred Coins Sacred Coin.png Refining Stones Refining Stone.png Hero Feathers Hero Feather.png
1-1,000 30 30 5,500
1,001-3,000 25 25 4,500
3,001-5,000 22 22 3,500
5,001-10,000 19 19 3,000
10,001-20,000 17 17 2,400
20,001-30,000 15 15 2,000
30,001-50,000 14 14 1,500
50,001-70,000 13 13 1,200
70,001-100,000 12 12 1,000
100,001-200,000 11 11 800
200,001-300,000 10 10 600

Arena Assault maps[edit | edit source]

For a list of all maps, see List of Arena maps.

Arena Assault does not use the same rotation as Arena. For the current rotation schedule, Arena is 1 week ahead of Arena Assault (e.g. If Arena is on Rotation 2, Arena Assault is on Rotation 1).

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Between to , Arena Assault was temporarily not playable due to an error. Intelligent Systems apologized by giving a special one-time log-in bonus of 5 Orbs Orb.png between to .

In other languages[edit | edit source]

Language Name
Japanese 縛鎖の闘技場
German Arenaüberfall
Spanish (Europe) Asalto del coliseo
Spanish (Latin America) Asalto del coliseo
French Assaut de l'arène
Italian Assalto arena
Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) 縛鎖鬥技場
Portuguese Ofensiva na Arena