|Clicker Heroes |
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Clicker Heroes is an idle game made by Playsaurus, the developers of Cloudstone, a popular MMORPG. Some features include an Export/Import feature, mute, option for lower quality, manual and auto saving, offline farming, hard reset, achievements, statistics, a skill bar, 45 heroes, and the ability to donate for perks.
The game has you kill monsters in order to advance in zones, reaching new monsters with ever higher getting HP as you make progress. These monsters can be killed by clicking on them, but you'll also get the option to hire heroes to do that for you. Those heroes aren't free; they cost Gold which is dropped by the monsters you've killed.
As the monsters get increasingly more HP, their Gold is also increasing, but the latter has a slower formula than the first one. This makes it so that, the higher the zone you reach, the slower your progress becomes. This is where a special mechanic kicks in: Ascension. Ascension allows you to completely destroy your progress and start over, but with new permanent bonuses depending on how much progress the player has made before he/she ascended. These bonuses are referred to as Hero Souls, or Hero Souls. The type of bonus is up to you; Hero Souls are just the currency between the player and his/her bonus. While unspent, they provide a +10% damage bonus per Hero Souls, but they can be spent on Ancients if the player desires different bonuses. For a full list of bonuses, see below.
Eventually, the bonuses will start to decrease in value relatively, and the Ancient prices will keep getting higher and higher, rendering progress constantly slower. But don't fear; there are special super-Ascensions called Transcensions which destroy your Hero Souls and Ancients but in return, give you valuable Ancient Souls, which can be spent on Outsiders to give various bonuses that speed up your progress.
The ultimate goal of the game is to keep on reaching higher zones and killing harder to kill bosses, and to do this at optimal speed, you should carefully consider when to ascend and when to transcend.
Besides the general gameplay, Clicker Heroes has some extra stuff that can help you reach your goal faster.
We'll start with Relics, on the wiki often depicted as Relic. These are little accesories that act like mini-Ancients, giving you small Ancient bonuses without paying for the respective Ancient. You gain a random Relic once during every Ascension, up to 4 times. The 5th Relic and all Relic thereafter will end up in a Junk Pile and will be destroyed upon Ascension, unless you replace the Relic with one of your current Relic.
There is also an option to join a Clan. This is a group consisting of 1 to 10 players of the game who unite their powers once a day to defeat a collective enemy, called an Immortal. The difficulty of the Immortal depends on whether or not the Clan beat the Immortal of the previous day. If the Clan succeeds to kill an Immortal, everyone in the Clan will get an amount of Hero Souls based on their share of damage to the Immortal.
A third thing the developers added, are Mercenaries. Mercenaries are little helpers that can be sent on quests to obtain certain bonuses, like additional Relic or free Hero Souls. The more time a Mercenary has put into questing, the higher his/her level will become, and the higher the reward/quest time ratio. This bonus won't grow infinitely though; all Mercenaries will eventually die, to be replaced with new Mercenaries that start back at level 1. The bonuses are still very valuable though.
And if the things mentioned above aren't enough yet, there is also a Rubies Shop where you can spend Rubies, which have a chance to be obtained from Clickables that may appear randomly on your screen, on various bonuses. For a full list of things that can be bought in the Rubies Shop, see below.
These are the 45 Heroes:
|Hero Name||Sprite(s)||Base Cost||Base DPS||Personal Damage Upgrade Bonus||Global DPS Upgrade Bonus||Click Damage From DPS Upgrade||Increases Critical Click Chance||Increases Critical Click DPS Multiplier||Increases Gold Found|
|Cid, the Helpful Adventurer|
This nice young fighter showed up to take some of those clicks off your fingers.
A series of slow, wooden grunts from this creature indicates to you that it is friendly. It must have come from the Great Forest.
|Ivan, the Drunken Brawler|
Once a prized fighter, Ivan can now be seen frequenting taverns challenging foes in his drunken stupor.
|Brittany, Beach Princess|
"Are we going on an adventure? Like, you know, ohmygod?"
|The Wandering Fisherman|
He wouldn't tell you his name, but maybe you'd rather not know. His spear is good for catching fish, and popping bloops.
This word-renowned master chef is aligned with your interests for only one reason. She goes out of her way to gather only the freshest ingredients for her recipes, including her famous Fat Bat Fondue.
|20,000||976||none (+500 000 000% from Wepwawet)||+107.36%||+0.5%||–||–||–|
|The Masked Samurai|
His menacing weapon will no doubt prove useful to you. He says he was once a great leader in the eastern lands, but you're not sure whether or not to believe him.
This walking lion-creature seems friendly enough, but something seems very unnatural about it - especially its face. Its claws seem sharp enough, however, to help you kill some monsters.
|The Great Forest Seer|
News travels fast, and even the Trees can hear. They sent the Seer of the Great Forest to assist you on your journey.
She gives you a name that you are sure is not real. She will help you, but you should probably be careful around her.
|Natalia, Ice Apprentice|
Not everyone is capable of magic, but Natalia has shown much promise. She is an apprentice of the renowned Ice Wizard, Jerator.
|Mercedes, Duchess of Blades|
The best warriors are flocking to you for a chance to participate in this madness we call an adventure. Her blade is really sharp, and she will gladly put it to good use by chopping off heads in your service.
|Bobby, Bounty Hunter|
He claims to be the best mercenary money can buy. And by your best judgement, he does appear to be very skilled. Except with that strange contraption on his back, he seems to have developed a habit of frequently spiraling through the air and smashing head-first to the ground.
|Broyle Lindeoven, Fire Mage|
This mage is the most efficient means for turning gold into fireballs. Lindeoven was hired many years ago to oppose Jerator in the Third war of the Skies, but it is well-known that he only won on account of the physical miscalculations of his opponent.
|Sir George II, King's Guard|
He left the service of his king, Midas, when he heard the news of your efforts. He did not say why he left, and in his silence you can sense something amiss. His cunning and expertise in battle can provide valuable DPS to the mobs.
When his highest guard, George, left to join you, it wasn't long enough before Midas himself came looking for him. Then it dawned on him that there is more gold to be made at your side than from exploiting his own kingdom. Also he wanted to try some of Betty Clicker's chocolate covered bloops. (The text cuts off once purchased)
|4.000e12||3.017e9||none (+10 000 000 000% from Wepwawet)||–||–||+3%||–||+193%|
|Referi Jerator, Ice Wizard|
By most accounts, the greatest wizard of all the lands. So powerful, he was hired by the gods on many occasions to fight in their wars. But in the Third War of the Skies, during a powerful incantation, he tripped on a rock and misfired - permanently freezing solid his own head. And lost the war.
A great being has taken material form to discuss the massacre you've performed. He demands payment, and offers a compelling amount of power in return. Perhaps you should do what he says.
He does not reveal his face, but an aura of power betrays who he is. The Eastern Gods have now been alerted to your cause (whatever it is) and this one wants to help. This one will help for a hefty sum of gold.
He stares at you with a smug, knowing look. Perhaps you don't know why you're here, or what you're really doing, but the Gods have taken a definite interest. Why they demand so much money, though, is astounding.
As an abandoned child, he would befriend the beasts in the wilderness. He is known as the Beastlord, and his powers are greater than those of any mortal.
|Athena, Goddess of War|
Born with hate and bloodlust, Athena finds joy in the demise of others. She will gladly drain the life of your enemies.
|Aphrodite, Goddess of Love|
Aphrodite's power lies in her beauty. Her looks can melt the hearts of her foes.
|Shinatobe, Wind Deity|
"The winds have picked up your call for aid," she says. She appears to levitate above the ground, and her presence suggests she holds within her the power of a thousand hurricanes.
|Grant, the General|
Don't be fooled by his mortality. Feared even by the Gods, Grant is a superior military tactician and a great addition to the team. Mostly because he comes with his army of 10,000 soldiers.
Winter comes and goes with his presence. Old as the dawn of time, Frostleaf maintains the balance of the seasons. "It is time for winter. Let's start the season along your side," he says.
Abandoned and forgotten, his heart has been tainted black with hatred and vengeance. He wields the power of a black ring which draws its magic from the darkness of his soul.
Once a captain of a warship, he was condemned to depths of the sea after his ship was sunk. He remained at wheel navigating the rough seas long enough to save the lives of his crew. Lying on the ocean floor for more than a century, he was resurrected and granted the power of the blue ring which draws its strength from his loyal heart.
"Overseer of the lands under the forest canopy, the Forest Ranger is sworn to protect it against all threats that may endanger its inhabitants."
Able to travel across realms far beyond our world, the Green Ranger cultivates and promotes growth. She will vanquish all monsters that threaten life.
|Orntchya Gladeye, Didensy Banana|
Entrusted with the orange ring, this Ranger provides safe passage across worlds. Her title may only be 'travel guide', but her fists pack quite a wallop.
There's no way around it. She will ask for your head and you will comply. All who gaze upon her fall under her love spell and people do crazy things for love.
An immortal warrior born and bred to fight, has time and time again proven how deadly a sword in her hand can be. She obtained the red ring from defeating the previous Red Dimensional Ranger.
Born in the first world, the child of two war heroes, he was destined to become the savior of realms. Endowed with the white ring for being pure of heart, he was the first ranger tasked to protect the multiverse from evil.
Cocky, spunky, and fearless, there's nothing she can't do. Before you stands the strongest of the rangers. Her ring gives her the power of time travel. She can slay today's monsters yesterday, at a hefty price.
This talented archer will increase your average number of limbs per hero by roughly 0.05.
It is rare for a member of his clan to travel above ground, and rarer still for them to offer their services to traveling adventurers, but your reputation precedes you and Moloch cannot resist the temptation to join your cause and see new worlds.
Chief Explosivist. Prime Primer Primer. Detonation Sensation. Guy with a bomb.
Nobody is quite sure how long Gog has been following you, or what his intentions are, but he seems to be collecting discarded weapons from your previous battles. Perhaps he could be compelled to fight beside you.
Opener of the Ways.
Just off the road, you spot a man furiously boring into the earth. As you approach, he silently beams a smile, hands you a shovel, and, before you realize what's happening, you too are digging holes.
Skogur's forest used to be a peaceful refuge until someone started killing all the wildlife.
In a desert land, legends speak of a hero named Moeru who protects the innocent. Or, at least, that's what we've been told.
The self-proclaimed Forgenista.
Bards sing epics of the infamous queen whose kingdom was banished into the depths of the ocean.
These are the 26 Ancients:
|ID||Category||Incremental Cost||Cumulative Cost||Effect per level|
|Argaiv, Ancient of Enhancement||28||Gilds||+2% Gilded DPS bonus (per Gild)|
|Atman, Ancient of Souls||13||Hero Souls||primal boss chance increase|
|Berserker, Ancient of Rage||24||Skills||+2s Powersurge duration|
|Bhaal, Ancient of Murder||15||Clicking||+15% critical damage|
|Bubos, Ancient of Diseases||18||Progression||boss life reduction|
|Chawedo, Ancient of Agitation||22||Skills||+2s Clickstorm duration|
|Chronos, Ancient of Time||17||Progression||boss timer increase|
|Dogcog, Ancient of Thrift||11||Gold||hero cost reduction|
|Dora, Ancient of Discovery||14||Gold||treasure chest chance increase|
|Energon, Ancient of Battery Life||27||Skills||+2s Metal Detector duration|
|Fortuna, Ancient of Chance||12||Gold||10x Gold chance increase|
|Fragsworth, Ancient of Wrath||19||Clicking||+20% click damage|
|Hecatoncheir, Ancient of Wallops||23||Skills||+2s Super Clicks duration|
|Juggernaut, Ancient of Momentum||29||Clicking||+0.01% DPS per click combo (active clicking)|
|Kleptos, Ancient of Thieves||26||Skills||+2s Golden Clicks duration|
|Kumawakamaru, Ancient of Shadows||21||Progression||required monster kills per level reduction|
|Libertas, Ancient of Freedom||4||Idle||+25% to +15% idle Gold (down 1% every 10 levels)|
|Mammon, Ancient of Greed||8||Gold||+5% Gold|
|Mimzee, Ancient of Riches||9||Gold||+50% treasure chest gold|
|Morgulis, Ancient of Death||16||DPS||+11% Hero Soul DPS|
|Nogardnit, Ancient of Moderation||32||Idle||+10% Gold per unassigned Auto Clicker when idle (no clicks for 60 seconds).|
|Revolc, Ancient of Luck||31||Clickables||increased chance of double rubies from clickable upon ruby drop|
|Siyalatas, Ancient of Abandon||5||Idle||+25% to +15% idle DPS (down 1% every 10 levels)|
|Sniperino, Ancient of Accuracy||25||Skills||+2s Lucky Strikes duration|
|Solomon, Ancient of Wisdom||3||Hero Souls||+5% to +1% Primal hero souls (down 1% every 20 levels)|
|Vaagur, Ancient of Impatience||20||Skills||skill cooldown reduction|
These are the 5 Outsiders:
|Name||Bonus||Cost per level||Cumulative Bonus||Max level|
|Xyliqil||Improved Idle bonuses||1 AS||Level × 100%||None|
|Chor'gorloth||Reduce ancient costs||ceil(Level/10) AS||(1-0.95Level) × 100%||150|
|Phandoryss||Increase Transcendent Power||Level+1 AS||50% × (1-e-Level/1000)||None|
|Borb||Higher transcendent soul cap||1 AS||Level × 10%||None|
|Ponyboy||Improved Solomon||1 AS||Level × 100%||None|
|Item||Cost in Rubies||Effect||State after Ascension||State after Transcension|
|Timelapse||20||Fast-forward 8 hours in time. Your cooldowns refresh, and you get a certain amount of Gold based on your DPS and highest zone. (8 hours will also be taken of current mercenary quests.)
|Auto Clicker||100 + 50 × current amount of Auto Clicker owned||Auto Clicker can be used to automatically level heroes, activate skills, and click monsters for you! They click at a rate of 10 clicks per second and stack unlimitedly.||Remained||Remained|
|Quick Ascension||50||Additional Hero Souls will be added to the current total (not the "Ascend for" total) without resetting the levels. 1 Ascension will also be added to the total Ascensions in the stats.
(The Quick Ascension reward is equal to the Sum of Hero Souls from all non-Centennial bosses beaten up to your HZE * Chance of Boss being Primal + Sum of Hero Souls from Centennials. This includes Hero Souls from Transcendent Power.)
|Double Damage||50||Adds a permanent 2x multiplier to all damage. Can be purchased only once.||Remained||Remained|
|3 Random Gilded Heroes||30||Up to 3 heroes will have a gild added. One hero may be gilded more than once with this purchase. Only seen heroes can be selected. Heroes marked as LOCKED on the Gilded Heroes screen are not eligible.|
(The Gilded Heroes screen can be reached by clicking the "?" button in the Shop or by clicking the "Gilded" button at the bottom of the Heroes list.)
|Remained||Lost at first, but restored gradually|
|3 Relics||40||Gives you 3 random Relic without having to hunt for them.
(You need to ascend at least once in order to unlock this purchase.)