The monsters in this category are a varied bunch, including reptiles, mammals, arthropods, and more. They attempt to overwhelm players by attacking from all sides, using negative status effects (mainly poison) to wear them down, and evasive abilities to strike more vulnerable targets in the back row.
These enemies belong to the Cult of the Outward Path, a group of madmen and fanatics seeking to gain power by manipulating other dimensions. In battle, they generally try to wear the party down through attrition, buffing themselves, debuffing their opponents, and summoning powerful monsters from another plane to assist them.
The source of the evil plaguing the world of Monsters' Den, powerful abominations from another realm with a variety of deadly abilities. Usually, they appear among groups of other monsters - it is implied that their fearsome presence is enough to make entire categories of other enemies set aside their differences and work together. Defeating the demons requires great power, skill, and courage, but they often provide tremendous rewards.
Monsters' Den: The Book of Dread, from Monstrum Games, gets that. It understands your insatiable clawing lust for magical super-trinkets, and it does what it can to free the acquisition process from bureaucracy. The story is a perfunctory mash-up of cozy familiarities. The interface is like silk on leather. You don't even get experience points. Monster's Den clears the busywork out of your way so you can collect and wear your new Anti-Venom Magesteel Cloak of Resilience with no more than a few mouse clicks. Oh, and there are indeed monsters to battle, but in a stunning twist for the RPG genre, combat is fun.
Analysis: Somewhere between the silvery-smooth interaction and the classically engaging creature portraits, Monster's Den becomes the epitome of casual browser-based dungeon crawls. You have extensive options for customizing your party, with a decent variety of skills for each of 7 different character classes. The enemies have a smart selection of special abilities that keep you on your toes, even during easy encounters. The boss battles especially brim with personality and strategy, and there are plenty of different ones. You might want to skip some of them when your party is weak, but remember that they yield the rarest and coolest equipment. The battles with legendary monsters such as the Gorgon or Hydra are not to be missed.
In Monster's Den, you need only slay a few monsters, and then you're overwhelmed with armor and swords and what not. Plus it doesn't seem quite necessary to actually use that stuff, it seems more like useless clutter than anything.
Also, you level by... taking the stairs So I can explore, loot, and level w/o facing many battles. It's fun to arrange equipment and see how you fare against certain mobs, but like I said above, there's nothing pushing me to take on the big boss room with 15 monsters.
My biggest gripe was with the lack of monster variety. You didn't really see anything new except slightly stronger versions of the same monsters you saw in the first two levels. I never really had to change my strategy and they all kinda felt the same. This is probably the biggest reason why i don't plan on playing further.
Barbarian and a rogue in the front rows and a cleric and conjuror in the back rows.believe me, the conjuror helps alot, specially against the corruptor, cause he summons 4 corrupted clones of us and the conjuror can instantly kill a summoned monster just like he can summon some cool but weak monsters in our favor which can help protect the rest of the team
i didn't read all of the comments but im at lvl 166 with a Cleric, Warrior, and 2 archers. IMO Best group i've had i mean my cleric is pretty much there to kill undead, my Warrior kills 99% of all monsters in one hit, bosses in 3 or 4 and legendary bosses in 10, with help from archs my warrior is a beast :)
Does the 'infinite Journeystone' glitch still work The one in which you gather way to many stones for a few levels, then at, say lvl15, you use it, beat the dreadfather, but still have it in your inventory when you continue.
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