Happy Wars achievements

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There are a maximum of 57 Happy Wars achievements (41 without DLC) worth 8,537 (1,500), and 3 challenges

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Legendary God in Happy Wars

Legendary God283 (50)

Get 6 Hero's Medallion Medals

  • Unlocked by 1,819 tracked gamers (3% - TA Ratio = 5.66) 58,395  

Achievement Guide for Legendary God

657,547 (317,025)
Achievement won on 24 Apr 15
TA Score for this game: 5,926
Posted on 24 April 15 at 17:51, Edited on 14 December 15 at 15:37
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The following rules apply to medal achievements:
They must be obtained in either Quick Match or Co-op. Special Games count also.
They cannot be obtained in Player Match or Skirmish Mode.
You must finish the game to the end regardless of winning or losing. Disconnecting or quitting will forfeit any earned medals within the match.

Update: The patch released on June 5th 2015 now counts all past medals and completed quests earned on the Xbox 360 version!

Out of all the medal type achievements, this one will be the hardest... or even easiest depending on your playstyle. To see a list of medals, head to Mission Mode on the main menu under Collections, and then hit cn_RB to switch to the Quest list.

To see the real progress on your medal collection, enter a lobby and then push cn_back on your name to bring up the player stats.

Now, you should remember quests being part of the Xbox 360 version where you had to complete specific tasks to obtain certain achievements. This time around, you'll be tasked of getting the Hero's Medallion... six times. Doesn't sound like much, right?

Just as a quick rundown, here's the following list of quests which will earn you one additional medal, and only one;

The Happy Wars
Over 200 hours of total play time.

Living Legend
512 total wins.

Death Frenzy
10000 total kills.

The Godlike Swordsman
1000 total kills as any Warrior type.

10000 total healing as a Cleric.

Elemental Master
1000 kills total using an enchant skill.

The Mythical Hero
Appear on Hero Pop-up 200 times.

The End-Bringer
Destroy the Big Tower 1000 times.

Interrupted enemy's Team Skills 2000 times.
Note: Don't even try going for this. Take it from someone who's put in more than 500 hours and still hasn't even gotten half-way... the worst offender.

The following medal can be obtained multiple times in matches;

30 kills in 1 game without dying or changing character class.
This medal may seem daunting, but the description is totally misleading you. How? Let me put it this way...

You are allowed to die.
You are allowed to change class.
But you must get 30 kills WITHOUT dying with any class of your choosing.

Shocked? That makes two of us... or all of us... you know what I mean. I didn't even realize this was actually a possibility until after messing around during a bad game. My main Warrior was being destroyed by fireballs left and right, so I pulled out the Cannon Engineer, went to town on the tower spawn point, and 30 kills later, up pops NBK.

An example of this is done with my main Warrior in the following video.

So, to return to an earlier point, this can be hard or easy depending on what class you use and/or your playstyle. More additional methods and updates will be categorized below.

Easy NBK Boost Method in Castle Defense:
This gametype is a weekly special randomly chosen for the spotlight event. In this gametype, you're pitted up against a horde of AI opponents who get tougher and more aggressive as you progress through the waves.

The great thing about this challenge is that it's far easier to obtain medals if you play the Normal challenge difficulty. Get on a ballista or a gatling gun and go to town.

Event Status:
Class Strategies For NBK (videos to be added soon):
Engineer is the safest choice. With the right build, you can use the cannons to your advantage and avoid confrontation. However, you also need good map awareness as it's sometimes easy to get attacked from a straggler.

Warrior is my main choice, but once again, this depends on build and how you approach the battle. If you hang back to stay safe, and then sweep up kills, you'll end up progressing slower. On the flip side, you can charge in and take the kills, but you'll end up getting flanked in the process.

Zephyr is another simple choice, but it depends on the map. Small bridges and pathways are great choices to hold down the opposition, but they're not likely to survive in CQC.
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