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Pros and Cons of Number of LTs vs. Fusion of LTs

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  • Pros and Cons of Number of LTs vs. Fusion of LTs

    Off-topic seemed the best place for this in case it was already addressed elsewhere.

    Is there a benefit to having a large number of LTs or is it always better to fuse them in order to have stronger ones?

    I know that having more helps unlock the loadouts. I know that having stronger ones seated makes PvP, EvE and bossfights easier. I vaguely remember someone suggesting somewhere that during a PvP war you can bring up to 501 LTs - not sure if this is true or not. I like the idea of having a wide variety but it may just be slavish collector's instinct instead of practical gameplay.

    Case in point - current Skull King promo. Most folks aren't going to have him seated unless they don't have many epics so they will likely fuse him away. Is it a good purchase for those needing an epic to fuse or is it a good long term investment to add a novel epic to the stable? (I know it's also a good promo to avoid as well)
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    Re: Pros and Cons of Number of LTs vs. Fusion of LTs

    Well skull king is good to have if you don't have duke IMO. Either one is good to have access too.

    I was told to fuse up if you don't use them, it makes it harder for me because I have a collectors instinct too.

    I don't have a problem of fuse uncommon and rares because we have dice jobs for that. The only problem is I don't have enough recombinators.
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      Re: Pros and Cons of Number of LTs vs. Fusion of LTs

      Its my understanding that when you invade in pvp, you use 1 LT for every 5 allies you have, for a total useage of 100 Lts. If this is true, then it's to your advantage to have 100 Lts, thus overpowering those who do not, at least when invading?


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        Re: Pros and Cons of Number of LTs vs. Fusion of LTs

        One thing to keep in mind is that each different lieutenant you have is one more that you can use when using the war battle method instead of duel. An extra 1- or 2-star isn't going to make a huge difference, but even an unseated 3- or 4-star rare can really boost your war stats. You take one lieutenant into battle per 3 allies you have, so even with only 500 allies, there are currently not enough lieutenants in the game for you to leave any behind. I fuse a lot to get my Inner Circle lieutenants to higher stars, but I never fuse the last of a given lieutenant away for this very reason.

        It's also worth keeping in mind that sometimes you're going to want a 2x stamina expenditure for bosses and sometimes you'll want 3x or more, depending on what level your Duke is. If you're 50 xp away from leveling with 80 stamina, you're better served using a 1-star SK than a 1-star Duke, as you'll be able to spend all 80 points rather than leave some unused when your refill hits.