Sprites are the little (maybe not so little) runts that accompany you on the battlefield and prove quite a lot of damage to your team. They are unlocked at team level 48, and here’s where it gets fun: they are so OP they will end up outdamaging your super-high-geared char and they will make PvE much easier.
To obtain sprites (as I mentioned above, once your team is level 48) you will be able to do so in two ways: for free and by cash. The better ones are obviously paid for with a few bucks, but they are worth it. To get sprites, you’ll have to do this:
1* Sprites: 20 Ambers / week
2* Sprites: 2 Ambers / day (by refreshing the shop you can get 2 more)
S Sprites: Buy Fairwings from store / Get Mosswards from Master Tournament
There are three types of sprites (Fortitude, Resonance and Tempest) and they each differ from each other depending on their range gain type and attribute type. Depending on these stats, they aren’t all amazing for all the heroes, but they have to have a certain synergy to bring out their full potential. I’m going to detail on each type down below so you know which one goes with what.
Mossward, Azureshell, Truehammer
They gain rage when your team’s tanks get attacked, so if your team has only Mages or Rogues or what not, it’s not going to be super effective since you can’t go all out with the sprite.
For the sprite rage bar to fill in, the tanks must take around 5-6 hits.
These sprites gain rage points when mages and rogues cast combo skills, but also when they cast finish skills. The more they cast, the faster the sprite’s rage meter fills in, because 1 combo / 1 finish skill fills the sprite’s rage meter by one.
Ghosthound, Talonlurk, Perilfist, Baneblade
They gain rage when the warriors attack enemies, so if you have a team of warriors I suggest Perilfist to be your go-to sprite. He is super strong and you will have a lot of fun rocking this guy.
Also, in my honest opinion, don’t bother with Baneblade. Might seem cool or something, but it’s just a big no-no. Trust me on this one.
With these in mind, you should definitely go for Fairwings if you can, because it is one of the best ones (and S rank too) and if you don’t really want to spend a buck or two in game, you can go for Bouldernob. For them warriors, I suggest Perilfist, and for the tanks Truehammer.
Depending on the type of fight you’ll try to take on, Fortitude Sprites can be very useful or not. Since they depend on the number of hits the tank hero takes (and not the damage), if you’re against an enemy that unleashes tons of successive attacks, you could use the sprite every turn. If your team has more tanks, the sprite will spawn sooner.
Ohhh, have we mentioned that there is a fun little thing you can do with this? Try putting a team full of tanks in the arena defense team and just lay back and watch people try to defeat the tanks while your sprite diminishes them.
That’s all the information about the Hyper Heroes Sprites we have for now, and we hope you find all the sprites you want! If there is one that you consider better than another, leave a comment down below telling us why!
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