In today’s article we are going to share with you everything that you need to know about pet skills in Ulala: Idle Adventure, because if you got a pet, it’s only natural that you will want it to be as powerful as you and help you fight the enemies as much as possible!

So if you have unlocked a pet at level 16, and then kept on leveling up, you will probably be confused as to why the pet skills are still locked. Well, I am here to shed some light on anything that you might want to know, so make sure that you first check out our game guide, to know the very basics beforehand, and then let’s dive right into the Ulala: Idle Adventure Pet Skills guide!

Ulala: Idle Adventure – What is a pet and how do you unlock the skills?

We have explained everything that you need to know about the pets in our Ulala: Idle Adventure pets guide, where we have covered everything from how you unlock one, to how you use it and how their stats affect your character. Check that out because it will probably answer all of your questions regarding the pets.

Now as for the pet skills, they are going to require a little bit of time invested in unlocking and acquiring them, because it’s not all that easy once you unlock the feature.

Basically in order to unlock the skills, you will need to reach Pet Research level 29, which is going to unlock the first active skill slot. Once that is done, you can equip one active pet skill. You will have to keep on training in Pet Research, because that way you will unlock all of the slots and you’ll be able to equip the skills.

Ulala: Idle Adventure – Pet Research Skill Unlock Levels

In order to unlock the skills, you will need to do some Pet Research. This will unlock the skills in a certain order, and if you are curious what Pet Research level you need, then let me list them all below:

Pet Research level 29 – Unlock 1 active skill slot

Pet Research level 38 – Unlock 1 passive skill slot (the first one)

Pet Research level 47 – Unlock 1 passive skill slot (the second one)

Pet Research level 64 – Unlock 1 active skill slot

Pet Research level 85 – Unlock 1 passive skill slot (the third one)

Pet Research level 98 – Unlock 1 passive skill slot (the fourth one)

Pet Research level 123 – Unlock 1 passive skill slot (the fifth one)

Pet Research level 136 – Unlock 1 passive skill slot (the sixth / last one)

So in order to completely unlock all of the pet skill slots, you will need to upgrade Pet Research up to level 136. That’s when you will be able to equip both active skills and all six passives.

Unlocking these will cost Rare Fossils, so if you want to quickly upgrade them, let me tell you how to obtain Rare Fossils!

Ulala: Idle Adventure – How to get Rare Fossils?

There are a few ways to obtain Rare Fossils, so let me tell you about all of them in hope that you will unlock the pet skills faster!

– You can obtain Rare Fossils by Releasing less than Epic quality pets and collecting Normal Fossils. Fuse 100 Normal Fossils to create 1 Rare Fossil.

– You can obtain 1 Rare Fossil by releasing 1 Epic pet.

– You can obtain Rare Fossils by checking out the Black Market offers, for both Pearl currency offers (for premium players) or Shells (for the f2p players).

– You can obtain Rare Fossils by sending your pets to do Exploration. Head on to the Pet -> Pet Expedition and there you can see 4 different adventures where you can dispatch your pets. Sometimes these expeditions will reward you with Rare Fossils!

– You can obtain Rare Fossils from the Season Bonus rewards. Check them out in the Camp -> right side of the screen, right underneath the Passes icon. The higher you will rank, the more Rare Fossils you will obtain!

As far as I know, these would be all the ways that you can obtain Rare Fossils! If you know of some more, let me know down in the comments to add them to the list!

Ulala: Idle Adventure – Pet Skills

There are two types of pet skills: active and passive pet skills. I will list below all of them so that you will know which ones do what, and hope that it will help you pick the best ones.

Ulala: Idle Adventure – Active Pet Skills

Slashing Strike (Normal quality): Attack the enemy and inflict ATK DMG. Needs 100 Fragments.

Rend (Rare quality): Attack the enemy and inflict DMG of Assist over 6 seconds. Needs 50 Fragments.

Assault (Rare quality): Attack 3 random enemy units and inflict ATK DMG. Needs 50 Fragments.

Swipe (Rare quality): Attack all enemy units and inflict ATK DMG. Needs 50 Fragments.

Smash (Rare quality): Attack the enemy and inflict ATK DMG. Needs 50 Fragments.

Healing Mists (Epic quality): Heal the master for % of Symbiosis over 6 seconds. Needs 20 Fragments.

Shield Defense (Epic quality): Increase the master’s shield by % of Protection for 6 seconds. Needs 20 Fragments.

Devotion (Legendary quality): Reduce 50% of the damage received by the Master for 6 seconds. DMG up to % of Protection can be reduced. Needs 10 Fragments.

Inspire (Legendary quality): Increase Master’s ATK by % of Assist over 6 seconds. Needs 10 Fragments.

Ulala: Idle Adventure – Passive Pet Skills

Overpower (Normal quality): Pet resists 120 of the enemy’s armor. Needs 100 Fragments.

Tenacity (Normal quality): When the master has debuff, increase master’s armor by 40. Needs 100 Fragments.

Mend (Normal quality): A pet casting a skill restore 190 HP for its master. Needs 100 Fragments.

Inner Focus (Uncommon quality): Increase Pet ATK by 60 when each attack the same target, to a max of 15 layers. It would be resisted if change target. Needs 70 Fragments.

Cooperation (Uncommon quality): After the master casts a skill, inflict bonus DMG of 970 during the next basic attack. Needs 70 Fragments.

Beast Heart (Uncommon quality): When the master launches a basic attack, inflict a bonus DMG of 500. Needs 70 Fragments.

Sacrificial Pact (Uncommon quality): When the master is under attack, the pet takes DMG up to 40 for the master, with a 2 second cooldown. Needs 70 Fragments.

Emergency Safeguard (Uncommon quality): When the master’s HP is below 20%, immediately add a shield of 800 for 6 seconds. It can be triggered once per combat. Needs 70 Fragments.

Pursuing (Rare quality): When a pet launches a basic attack, inflict a bonus DMG of 390. The lower the target’s HP, the higher the DMG. Needs 50 Fragments.

Molten (Rare quality): Marks the target, causing explosion after the target died. Inflict 570 DMG to all the enemies. Needs 50 Fragments.

Onslaugh (Rare quality): When a pet launches a basic attack, inflict a onus DMG of 500 on the enemy. Needs 50 Fragments.

Hold Firm (Rare quality): Increase the master’s shield by 130 for 5 seconds. Occurs every 10 seconds. Needs 50 Fragments.

Competitive Heart (Epic quality): At the beginning of combat, increase pet’s Assist attribute by 600 points. Needs 20 Fragments. (this is at level 2)

Battle Heart (Epic quality): At the beginning of combat, increase pet’s ATK attribute by 620 points. Needs 20 Fragments.

Firm Heart (Epic quality): At the beginning of combat, increase pet’s Protection attribute by 90 points. Needs 20 Fragments.

Steady Heart (Epic quality): At the beginning of combat, increase pet’s Symbiosis attribute by 610 points. Needs 20 Fragments.

Splash (Epic quality): When the pet launches a basic attack, inflict bonus DMG of 680 to the nearest enemy unit.

Fury (Legendary quality): At the beginning of combat, increase pet’s Crit rate and Crit DMG by 1.8%. Needs 10 Fragments.

Photosynthesis (Legendary quality): Increase the base energy by 1 point and restore 1 point of energy every 8 seconds. Needs 10 Fragments.

Now you might be wondering, which pet skills are good for each class, right? Well, that, and also how you can obtain pet skills! All of this I will detail below, so let’s check them out!

Ulala: Idle Adventure – How to get Pet Skills?

In order to acquire Pet Skills, there are a few ways that you can get them, so let’s start listing them all below:

– You can get Pet Skills by checking out the Black Market offers. There you can get random pet skills of random qualities (and numbers of fragments), and that can be either bought with Shells or with Pearls (for premium players).

– You will obtain pet skills from AFK farming. That’s right! Simply farming past a certain stage (if I am not mistaken, past level 30 or so) you will be able to claim random pet skills, of any rarity and quality. They will drop just like Gear would normally drop, but it will take a little to farm all fragments needed, so be patient!

– You can do Pet Expedition and look for pet skills! The pet expedition can also give you randomly pet skills, so if you see an expedition with a Legendary pet skill fragment collection, make sure you do it!

These would be all the ways that I know of that you can collect pet skills! Do you know some more that I have not mentioned?

Ulala: Idle Adventure – Pet Skills for each Class

Each class will benefit differently from the pet skills (once unlocked), but if you want to know some of the best pet skills for a healer, a tank or whatnot, then I will list them down below, according to how much usability they can provide to the master and the team!

Ulala: Idle Adventure – Pet Skills for healers

Active skills: You can either go for more protection, and get Devotion and Healing Mists, or go for Rend and other ATK skills depending on the enemy.

Passive skills: Molten, Onslaugh, Photosynthesis, Sacrificial Pact, Emergency Safeguard, Tenacity.

In my opinion a healer’s pet should provide even more survivability to the master, but also inflict some pretty debuffs on the enemy (such as Onslaugh) which can be useful for the whole team.

Ulala: Idle Adventure – Pet Skills for tanks

Active Skills: Healing Mists, Devotion, Shield Defense. All of these skills will make the pet’s master even more tanky.

Passive Skills: Tenacity, Beast Heart, Firm Heart, Hold Firm, Sacrificial Pact, Emergency Safeguard.

With such skills the pet will not be the most powerful damage dealer, but it will help make the master much more tanky and boost the shields that they receive even more.

Ulala: Idle Adventure – Pet Skills for DPS

Active Skills: Inspire (the best for a DPS character), Smash, Swipe or Assault (if AoE is needed).

Passive Skills: Fury, Battle Heart, Cooperation, Beast Heart, Photosynthesis, Splash.

As a DPS character, you will probably be looking to deploy a pet who is also powerful when it comes to attacking, and has a pretty high Assist attribute to further boost the master’s ATK. If that is the case, then a pet which will boost the attacks of both itself and the master will be great in my opinion.

In my opinion these would be some of the best choices when it comes to picking a skill for the pet, because they will provide assist to the tanks and healers, and boost the DMG to the DPS classes. Do you agree with me? Let me know down in the comments below!

Also, if you want to learn how you can increase your Power, check out our guide on how to build a perfect character, and if you want to try out a new class, check out our class guide and choose the best class in the game!

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