King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare Labyrinth Guide

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If you were curious about the Labyrinth, then our King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare Labyrinth guide is going to walk you through all the steps to pass all the floors and collect a lot of coins and materials along the way.

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First things first though, what is the Labyrinth? Well, this instance is, as the name suggests, a series of chambers that you have to go through in order to find lots of treasures and potentially fight monsters and bosses.

The Labyrinth is divided into sections, each one progressively more difficult than the last one. Each of the sections has a sub-level which can be either a simple one, or a special one. The special floors have some kind of elite monsters of bosses, so they are a little bit more challenging.

The Section 1 consists of 3 floors (1-1, 1-2, 1-3), while from Section 4 and further down the road, there are 10 floors per section. As you can probably tell by now, they get more and more difficult, so you will need to constantly upgrade your Dragon Spirit.

To adventure further into the Labyrinth, you will need Stamina. Stamina will recover automatically by 1 point per 5 minutes. So even if you can not continue immediately, if you give your stamina time to recover, you can pick up where you left off. To explore a floor, it is going to cost you 6 Stamina per floor, so think wisely how you plan on exploring the Labyrinth.

Once you pass all the floors from one section, you will unlock a Section Chest that gives rewards based on that section’s level. So this means that the higher the floor you’re at, the better the rewards!

The normal floors in the Labyrinth can only be cleared once, but there are some special floors (the ones with a big icon of a monster or a boss) that can be cleared multiple times (as long as you have Stamina) and be farmed for the special goodies that you can find there.

You can also Plunder those floors, but this option is only available a few times per day, so I don’t suggest doing this to the stages that are easy to fight through, but rather Plunder the ones that are more difficult to pass. To Plunder a floor means to gather the rewards from that floor without actually taking the time to fight through the rooms and such, so as I said, it’s better done to the higher level floors with good rewards but difficult encounters.

At the moment the highest level in the Labyrinth is 8-10, and if you manage to reach that level then you might make it into the rankings! Each week, the first 10 people to make it to that stage in the Labyrinth will gain some cool rewards (and bragging right), but the competition is tight, so be quick!

My suggestions on how to do the Labyrinth

There are several ways that you can do the Labyrinth, but the one I found most efficient was this:

– quickly pass through the easy and early stages, because they don’t really give that awesome rewards.

– get to floor 2-5 so you can start to Plunder rooms

– upgrade your Dragon Spirit (it’s important to keep it strong for the later stages)

– do what you must in order to unlock the new sections (this means that you might have to complete some Chapter quests)

After you’ve done what I said above, you can finally start farming for the Ancient Coins and thus resources. It’s best if you Plunder the higher and more difficult rooms (if you can do that to the highest room, even better! Bonus points!) and empty your stamina doing so.

While waiting for the Stamina to refill, go about your business upgrading your buildings, collecting resources, fighting enemies and whatnot. Since 1 Stamina point recharges every 5 minutes, it will take about 30 minutes to be able to plunder something again. In those 30 minutes you can either go fight some enemies or go offline and do something IRL.

You could also spend up all the Stamina and then go offline while waiting for it to refill completely (will take a while). This is great for when you have many things to do and can’t wait 30 minutes between refills.

Also, don’t forget to pick up all the Ancient Coins you can and then head on to the “Exchange” option (a.k.a. the Undead Trader) to exchange them for many useful stuff, from resources to EXP and gear.

This will be all for our King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare Labyrinth guide, but if you know some other cool tips about it, share them with us down in the comments! Also, don’t forget to check our King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare tips and tricks to learn a few more cool stuff about the game and how to quickly upgrade your buildings!

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Cristina Mesesan
I have been playing games ever since I can remember. My passion for video games and especially pixel graphic games must have started back when I was little, because every time I try a new game with pixel graphics I immediately fall addicted to it! I started writing about mobile games in November 2018, focusing on creating in-depth guides for the most popular titles out there. Other than games, I am also passionate about design, and working on my very own pixel game in my free time.


King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare Labyrinth Guide

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