Ace Defender: Dragon War

Knight's Temple


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Knight's Temple


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In Ace Defender: Dragon War, your main gameplay is done through the game’s expedition mode. However, you will also need a place in order to manage other features of the game such as summoning your heroes, and more. In order to check the various facilities that you can use, you’ll be able to go to the Sky City which is one of your game’s main menus.

In this page, we’ll be looking at the Knight’s Temple facility including its various features. Progressing in Ace Defender will unlock more facilities as well, so let’s check out their functions. Learning more about them will help you navigate your way through what the game has to offer.



What is the Knight’s Temple?



The Knight’s Temple in Ace Defender is the place you’ll be going to in order to manage your heroes. Usually, you check your Hero Roster in order to upgrade their levels as well as ranking them up in order to move on to the next level cap. However, increasing your Hero’s rarity, resetting them in order to get resources, and more are done through the Knight’s Temple.



Hero Promotion



One of the main features that you’ll use often is Hero Promotion. You’ll notice that you can recruit heroes that are Common, Rare, and Rare +. In order to increase their rarities, you will need to promote them by using up heroes of the same type of rarity, or even faction.

Increase the rarity of heroes by promoting them
Increase the rarity of heroes by promoting them




Using the “Quick Promote” button will provide you with suggestions in terms of the characters that can be used for promotion. If you are aiming increase the potential of specific heroes, then tap on them and you’ll be able to see the possible combinations that you can use. For example, you’ll need two Rare+ characters to move to the next rank. Once Quick Promote has been used, you can do “Intelligent Promotion” which will provide you with suggestions for other types of combinations.



Resetting Heroes



There may be cases where you’ll want to focus on leveling up 5 main heroes, and put the rest to the Shared Crystal in order for them to level up. If you have heroes that you won’t use much, you can use the Reset feature in order to get back the Gold, Hero EXP, as well as Breakthrough stones you’ve used.

Reset heroes back to level 1 and claim back Gold, Hero EXP, and Breakthrough Stones
Reset heroes back to level 1 and claim back Gold, Hero EXP, and Breakthrough Stones




Resetting your heroes will cost Diamonds. Once you have done this, your Hero will return to level 1. Take note though, that this does not reverse any promotion that was used up, so you won’t get back any material heroes.



Dismissing Heroes



In the Dismiss tab, you can manage Common heroes and dismiss them in order to save up in Hero inventory. Dismissing heroes provides you with Pension Medals which you can use in the Dismissal Shop. You have the option to enable automatic dismissal as well whenever you summon a hero.

Dismiss common heroes to get Pension Medals
Dismiss common heroes to get Pension Medals


In any case where you leveled up a common hero and used resources on them, dismissing them after will return the materials that you have used up straight to your inventory. The Pension Medals you acquire from dismissing common heroes can give you the option to purchase Hero Shards.





Hero Rollback



The final feature in the Knight’s Temple is the Hero Rollback. Here, you can roll back a hero’s rarity however there’s specific rules you have to keep in mind. Rolling back can only be used if you have 2 or more identical Immortal Heroes of Epic quality or above.

The same Superior+ Heroes that you have used for ranking up, and Rare+ Hero random cards in equal number with the corresponding factions will be returned. Take note that Deity or Devil Heroes that are rolled back will be provided with random cards that you can use to obtain from any hero from the Holy Light, Moonshadow, and Nature faction.

This concludes our page on the Knight’s Temple in Ace Defender: Dragon War. We hope this information has helped you out, we’ll have more pages regarding the game so please check our guide menu. If you have any other questions, feel free to check our Answers Page. You can also leave us a comment down below, we’d love to hear from you!




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