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The Help screen opens up when the player presses the orange button with a question mark ("?") on it in the Setting Menu.

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Basic GameplayEdit

For more information see the FAQ and SpellFall pages.


It's you versus a bunch of peril of perilous enemies, mano a mano. You can attack the enemeies by matching 3 or more of the same tile type on the puzzle board. The bigger the match, the higher the damage to the enemy. You have a predefined number of moves you can make, after which the enemy will attack you before the move counter gets reset and you get to attack again. The first one to eliminate the others health wins.
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Puzzle BoardEdit

For more information see the Puzzle Board, Tiles, and Battles pages.


This is where the magic happens. Literally. Bigger matches deal more damage, so try to make the biggest matches you can and set up without wasting turns. Cascade matches deal extra damage, so do your best to maximize your damage output!
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Move CounterEdit

For more information see the Battles page.


The move counter can be found at the top of the screen above the puzzle board. The number reflects how many moves you have until the enemy attacks.
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WeaponsEdit

For more information see the Weapons page.


Weapons can be purchased in the store and equipped/unequipped in the inventory menu. You are required to have a weapon equipped at all times. Different weapons have different characteristics that will aid you in battle, including rune sockets and stat boosts.
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ArmorEdit

For more information see the Armor page.


Armor can be purchased in the store and equipped/unequipped in the inventory menu. You are required to have a armor equipped at all times. Different armors have different characteristics that will aid you in battle, including rune sockets and stat boosts.
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RunesEdit

For more information see the Runes page.


Runes give you extra abilities and power-ups. They can be purchased in the store and equipped in the inventory menu. There are two types of runes -- active and passive.
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Active RunesEdit

For more information see the Runes page.


Active runes, when equipped, charge when board matches with the same color as the active rune are made. Once an active rune is charged, you can tap the glowing rune icon to activate the ability. There are three tiers for each rune. The final two can be equipped by leveling up your runes. You can equip multiple runes if you have enough slots in your equipment. If you have multiple active runes equipped, a button appears during fights to let you cycle between them. Only the currently selected active rune can be charged in a fight.
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Passive RunesEdit

For more information see the Runes page.


Passive runes, when equipped, give you increased powers and chances for special bonuses, such as extra moves or increased chances for critical hits.
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SocketsEdit

For more information see the Sockets page.


Sockets are slots where runes can be equipped. Different weapons and armor have different numbers of rune sockets. Make sure no to leave sockets empty if you have runes to fill them! (You can add and remove runes whenever you want for free. So go ahead and experiment to find just the right combination for how you want to play.)
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InventoryEdit

For more information see the Inventory page.


Your inventory is where you can equip weapons, armor, and runes. You can also check your current stats and sell equipment you no longer want from this menu.
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StoreEdit

For more information see the Store page.


The store is where you can buy new weapons, armor, runes and mystery chests. Every fight you won pits a new item in the store! If you don't like the items in the store, you can pay a small fee to generate completely new items. The store can only hold 8 items at a time, and fighting monsters will sometimes push items out of the store, so make sure to buy what you want before it disappears!
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Rarity FlagsEdit

For more information see the Rarity page.


Weapons and armor all have colored "rarity" flags, which indicate the relative power of the time. The higher the rarity, the more it will benefit you in the battle. The rarity types, from ultra rare to common, are as follows: purple, orange, blue, green, white, and gray.
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PotionsEdit

For more information see the Potions page.


You can buy potions prior to the start of any match,. There are three types of potions: haste, convert and enchant. Each one has a special function and will help you destroy your enemy more effectively. Potions cost coins and can be activated/deactivated by tapping.
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HealingEdit

For more information see the Health page.


You want to make sure you've got plenty of health prior to fighting an enemy so keep a close eye on the health gauge. If it's too low, you run the risk of dying (which will reset any stored ability charges).You can pay coins to heal up before going into a fight, but once you're in, it's just you and your enemy.
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Additional Puzzle TypesEdit

For more information see the Battles page.


Certain enemies will cast spells on the puzzle board to try to impede your ability to hurt them. All the spells have different ways of being destroyed, so try to figure out how to destroy them as quickly as you can!
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Spell TilesEdit

For more information see the Tiles page.


Matching tile sometimes can create glowing spell tiles. Including a spell tile in a match will trigger a single large spell of that element. Multiple spell tiles of the same element will increase the intensity of the spell. Triggered spell tiles queue up under the main character until the end of a cascade, and then they all go off together. The more you can activate in a cascade, the more damage you can do!
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Convert TilesEdit

For more information see the Tiles page.


Convert tiles are created by making matches of 4 or more tiles. They come in the following forms.

+ Horizontal Convert - created by matching 4 or more tiles horizontally. Once triggered, every tile in the path or arrows will be converted to the same element.

+ Vertical Convert - created by matching 4 or more tiles vertically. Once triggered, every tile in the path or arrows will be converted to the same element.

+ Dual Convert - created by matching the same element vertically and horizontally. A dual convert appears at the intersection of both matches. Once triggered, every tile in the path or arrows will be converted to the same element.
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EnemiesEdit

For more information see the Enemies page.


There is a wide variety of enemies in the world with a wide range of strengths, weaknesses, behaviors and special abilities. You may need to change you equipment and strategy based on the enemies you face.
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Enemy WeaknessEdit

For more information see the Enemies page.


Most enemies have weaknesses to a certain element. Keep an eye out for these weaknesses in the prefight screen and make sure to exploit them during the fight!
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World MapEdit

For more information see the World Map page.


Over the course of your journey, you'll travel to many different areas with many different enemies and adventures. Your job is to clear and keep clear each of these areas in the world map. Each cleaed area will reward you over time with coins. Make sure to come back often to collect them!
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Area MapsEdit

For more information see the Areas page.


Tapping on any unlocked area in the world map will take you to a close node map for that area. A boss awaits you at the end of each area, so make sure you are ready by the time you reach them.
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Player StatsEdit

For more information see the Player Statistics and Levels pages.


In the inventory an store menus, you can not only view you character, but also all your character's stats. On the left side of the menus, you will see your health, attack, and defense stats, as well as any auxiliary stats/boosts resulting from special equipment you might have equipped.
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SocialEdit

For more information see the Friends page.


Log in to social networks in the options menu to get awesome gameplay boosts. For each friend in the same area as you, you will receive a bonus chance for extra moves! You should definitely log in from the options menu.
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RecapturingEdit

For more information see the Recapturing page.


Areas that have been cleared can sometimes be recaptured by your foes. Recaptured areas will no longer produce coins for you, so clear the monsters out! Enemies in recaptured areas are more challenging than the first time you faced them, but you can also get more experience and coins from fighting them again; and clearing them out lets that area generate even more coins than before!
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Save SlotsEdit

For more information see the Save Slots page.


There are multiple save slots available from the main menu. You can have up to three separate game at any given time. You can clear any save slot whenever you'd like, but be warned: once a save slot is erased, you can never get that progress back.
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Mystery BoxesEdit

For more information see the Mystery Boxes page.


Inside each of these boxes you will find one of a variety of magical items. The Bronze Chest is free once every day so be sure to come back and get your free reward when it's available!
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Reset StoreEdit

For more information see the Store page.


You can use the reset store button to replace all of the current item for sale with new ones. If you're trying to find just the right upgrade, try resetting the store a few times. You never know what might show up!
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GlossaryEdit

For more information see the Glossary page.


NotesEdit



SpellFall World Map Areas Creatures Armor Weapons Runes Battles FAQ Friends

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