- 1 [expand] Shopping
- 1.1 Currency
- 1.2 Holiday Currency
- 1.3 Merchandise
- 1.4 Card Packs
- 1.5 Units Cards
- 1.6 Boards
- 1.7 Discounts
- 1.8 Challenge Crates
- 1.9 Cosmetics
- 1.10 Basic Color Packs
- 1.11 Expansion Color Packs
- 1.12 Multi-Color Packs
- 1.13 Holiday Costumes
- 1.14 Holiday Hat Packs
- 1.15 Glasses
- 1.16 Sunglasses
- 1.17 Antlers
- 1.18 Crowns
- 1.19 Poppo Enhanced
- 1.20 Hair Color Packs
- 1.21 Poses
- 1.22 Dice
- 1.23 Starting Point Markers
[expand] Shopping[edit source]
- As is to be expected, items must be payed for using the in-game currency. The shop features multiple types of currency for the player to use:
|Icon||Name||How to Obtain|
|File:Star Icon.png||Stars||Earned at the end of all battles. The amount is based on final place and actions.|
|File:Orange Icon.png||Oranges||Earned at the end of online battles and for completing Challenges.|
Holiday Currency[edit source]
- During the months of October and December, the shop sells Candy and Candy Canes which the player can purchase or earn from online matches. Similar to Oranges, Candy and Candy Canes act as another form of currency which the player can use to purchase Halloween costumes and Christmas Costumes for their character.
|Icon||Name||How to Obtain|
|Candy||Seasonal Halloween candy that can be earned at the end of online battles.|
|File:Candycane Icon.png||Candy Cane||Seasonal Christmas candy that can be earned at the end of online battles or purchased.|
Card Packs[edit source]
- Card Packs are booster packs containing one card that can be purchased at the shop. For each type of card within the pack, only nine can be received. After that, the card will be removed from the pool, increasing the chance to receive other cards. A card set is sold out once player acquires nine of each of its cards. There are four different card packs: Basic Set, Expansion Set, Mixed Set, Acceleration Set. While the first 2 packs are included with the game, the Mixed and Acceleration Pack must be purchased as DLC:
Units Cards[edit source]
- By leveling up and beating the Campaigns, the player can unlock multiple characters, including NPCs, from the Campaign for purchase. These characters can then be used to play. Below are some examples:
- Through the course of the game, the player can unlock or purchase Boards from the Shop for use in multiplayer or single player. While all boards can be purchased, many of them can be unlocked by beating the Campaigns so it should be advised that a player may want to save their stars and beat the campaigns to unlock boards for free.
- As the game progresses, the player will unlock discounts on item purchases. These discounts prices are permanent and completely free for the player to buy. As the name implies, once purchased, all items will be have the discount listed. It should be noted that the effect does not stack, so if a player owns the 10%, 20%, and 30% discount, they are only receiving a discount of 30% not one of 60%. The levels these discounts are unlocked at are listed below.
Challenge Crates[edit source]
- Challenges crates are loot chests players can purchase with oranges from online play. While the contents of each is different, each crate has its own assortment of random cosmetics. It should also be noted that if the player does not own DLC characters, then the crates will not give any cosmetics for DLC characters.
- Premium Crate
- Premium Crates are the most expensive crate, at a price of 60 Oranges. The crates drop a random challenge loot which includes poses, hair color, dice, player home panel point markers and so on. This crate has the highest chance of giving the player a pose.
- Challenge Crate
- The second most expensive, at 40 Oranges, Challenge Crates have a high chance of giving the player a hair color. The crates drop a random challenge loot which includes poses, hair color, dice, player home panel point markers and so on.
- Mystery Bag
- At the very cheap price of 30 Oranges, Mystery Bags generally give the lowest rarity loot. Mystery Bags generally drop Dice and Starting Point Markers but there is a chance to get already out of print costumes such the (2016 Halloween and Christmas costumes and the special Poppo costume). The bags have no chance of giving hair colors or posture. Of the three crates, Mystery Bags are the largest gamble as the player may receive 15 oranges from the bag instead of a cosmetic item.
Basic Color Packs[edit source]
- Color packs are skins for character clothing that come in packs of 4 colors: orange, blue, green, and yellow. After a character unit is unlocked, its corresponding color pack will become available in the shop. Below is an example of Marie Poppo's color pack:
Expansion Color Packs[edit source]
- Expansion Color packs are more skins for character clothing that come in packs of 2 colors: black and pink. These color packs are unlocked by a rare, random drop from multiplayer. Below is an example of Marie Poppo's expansion color pack:
Multi-Color Packs[edit source]
- Multi-Color packs are more skins for character clothing that come in packs of 1 colors which unlocks the color for all characters. There are 4 colors: Teal, Purple, Silver, and Red & Black. These color packs are unlocked for purchase at the mile stone levels, 25, 50, 75, and 100. Below is an example of Marie Poppo's multi-color pack:
Holiday Costumes[edit source]
- Halloween (2016) Halloween costumes are outfits that can be purchased for characters using 20 candies. All characters (except Aru (Scramble)) have their own unique Halloween theme costume. Below is an example of Marie Poppo's Helloween costume:
- Christmas (2016) Christmas costumes are outfits that can be purchased for characters using 200 candy canes. All characters (except Nath and Tomato & Mimyuu) have their own Christmas costume. Below is an example of Marie Poppo's Christmas costume:
Holiday Hat Packs[edit source]
- Not to be confused with their candy bought counterparts, Holiday Costumes, are hat packs for all characters that are unlocked without candy.
- Halloween Costume Pack: Unlocked by playing 20 games single player or 10 games multiplayer while wearing black costumes with any character.
- Christmas Costume Pack: Unlocked by giving out a total of 10-15 cards with Aru's Hyper card (Present for you).
- Glasses are an accessory that can be unlocked by playing multiplayer games. They have a low drop rate and are different for each character:
- (Summer 2017) Sunglasses are an accessory that are unlocked when a player steps on the special event golden chest on the board. (As long as one player lands on the panel with the chest, after the end of the game all players will receive Sunglasses for their respective character). Below are some examples:
- Antlers are a accessory that can be unlocked for each character by playing multiplayer games. The drop rate is random and there are two different kinds. Below is Marie Poppo's 2 sets of antlers:
- Crowns are an accessory pack that can be unlocked for all characters by beating all non-DLC Campaigns including the Extra episodes.
- Red Crown: Unlocked by beating all non-DLC campaigns including the extra episodes on Original Difficulty.
- Purple Crown: Unlocked by beating all non-DLC campaigns including the extra episodes on Extreme Difficulty.
Poppo Enhanced[edit source]
- (Annual Poppo Enhanced August - September) The Poppo Enhanced event is an annual event that offers special costumes for Marie Poppo only.
- Rad Poppo: Received by earning over 300 stars with Poppo's Hyper in Multiplayer or 900 stars in single player.
- Dapper Poppo: KO 3 BOSS in Multiplayer (Or 9 in single player) with Rad Poppo during the event.
- Cyborg Poppo: Hit Cyborg Poppo BOSS with Marie Poppo. Cyborg Poppo will only appear if a player uses Rad Poppo or Dapper Poppo for the game. Each player that dresses in either outfit will raise the chance of of Cyborg Poppo appearing by 25%.
- Tuxedo Poppo: Using the Cyborg Poppo skin, get NPC kills. Approximately 12 kills in Multiplayer, or 36 in Single Player, or a hybrid of the two.
Hair Color Packs[edit source]
- Hair color packs are skins for character hair that come in many different colors. There are a total of 8 different hair color packs for each character including the original hair color of the Character. These packs can only be through a Challenge Crate or purchasing one in the shop for 100 oranges (Note that only 4 of the 8 will become available in the Shop). Below is an example of Fernet's hair color packs:
- Poses are positions the unit makes during the course of the game. This includes their attack animation, damage animation, victory animation, KO animation, and dice roll animation. Poses enable the player to make the specific animation pose their avatar when playing in Multiplayer. Poses can only be received through Challenge Crates. Below is an example of Star Breaker's poses:
- Dice skins enable a player to change the appearance of their dice in-game. Their multiple types of dice that can be acquired, whether through event, season, purchase or Challenge Crate. Below are some examples:
Starting Point Markers[edit source]
- Starting Point Markers enable a player to change the appearance of the marker on their Home Panel. Why they do not technically serve a purpose, they may help the player differentiate their Home Panel from the rest quicker. Their are multiple types of Starting Points that can be acquired, whether through season, purchase, or Challenge Crate. Below are some examples: