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Happy Dungeons

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There are a maximum of 42 Happy Dungeons achievements (32 without DLC) worth 6,310 (1,250)

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Grand Master in Happy Dungeons

Grand Master661 (50)

Reach Player Level 50.

  • Unlocked by 159 tracked gamers (1% - TA Ratio = 13.21) 27,531  

Achievement Guide for Grand Master

399,133 (189,485)
Achievement won on 26 Nov 17
TA Score for this game: 6,310
Posted on 09 August 17 at 03:34, Edited on 24 August 17 at 20:00
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Ah, another grinding achievement. Fun stuff, right? Not really. Not really at all. Getting to level 50 will take you the longest of any currently-released achievement for this game. Here's how to speed it up a little bit.

1.) Play with friends: You get a bonus to experience for completing missions and quests within missions with other people, especially if you're both friends with one another. Unfortunately, the game doesn't always recognize when you've befriended someone on Xbox live. If you look at the upper right corner of their lobby card, you should see a green silhouette of a person. That means you're friends with each other and will receive the bonus. If you don't see that, then exit all the way out to the intro screen and reload.

2.) Spend a dollar/Euro/pound: Premium members get a bonus to experience, as well as other benefits, depending on how many Happy Jewels they've purchased. Buying 1 Jewel is all you need to get a 10% bonus to experience. The lowest denomination you can buy is 10 Jewels, though, and that costs 1 unit of currency (a dollar, a Euro, a pound). You can spend more (much more) to get to the next level, or even the level after that, but you reach a point of diminishing returns. Go to the Happy Jewels screen under the Shop menu and press cn_back to see how many Jewels you have to buy to get to the next level.

3.) Play lots of short levels: The best level you can play is Infection as part of Chapter 2 on Death difficulty. Insane will give you more, but not enough to justify the extra time and effort it takes to complete the level. Kill all the gobs in the second room. Defeat them all in 60 seconds and you'll complete the first of two quests for this mission. Next, just run past everything in the next room and in the maze. In the final room, look for the little yellow "biopurses" that run around. They net you 20k+ in experience each, and there are six of them. Along the way, kill 50 gobs for the final quest. Regular gobs only give you 4 xp each in this room, so just focus on the biopurses. Completing both quests with four players, all friends, and killing all six biopurses should earn you ~350-380k experience.

4.) Events: Look out for in-game events. They don't happen often, but they usually consist of a one-room dungeon where you kill one boss. In a recent event dungeon, they gave you 380k xp for a 30-second fight (if you were with three other friends). Keep checking back for events, too. ToyLogic said they're aware the level grind gets really bad after level 30 and are looking for ways to remedy the situation. Event dungeons seems to be how they're doing it.

This is a long grind. Level 49-50 alone takes over 40,000,000 experience, but keep at it. Play often and with friends to reduce the tedium. And keep an eye out for ToyLogic to release in-game experience events and items that boost your xp and Happy Stars.
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