Happy Wars

Today we'll take a look at the achievements in Happy Wars. The order in which I explain them is likely the most efficient way to unlock them... but don't worry if you follow a different path.

The first thing to mention is that every aspect of this game requires an online connection to play. You need to be connected to LIVE as well as have an Xbox LIVE Gold account to play. That being said... here's the quick rundown.

After getting yourself into the game, you will be presented with a large menu. The option we need is Play.

1) Assuming this is your first run of the game, you will be presented with a pop-up that asks you if you want to play the Tutorial. I strongly suggest that you do. This will explain the basics of the game's mechanics, as well as give you a good feel for each character class. Doing so will also unlock 2 achievements.

2) After you have completed the tutorial, it’s time for an easy achievement. Choose Spinner & Cards, and then Happy Spinner to see the roulette wheel. It costs 300 Happy Stars to give it a spin and unlock an achievement.

3) Back out to the main menu again and this time choose Single Player then Story Missions. These story missions give decent gear as rewards and are repeatable for Happy Stars if you wish. You need to better your multiplayer rank to continue through these. Only 1 mission is available from the start.

4) Back to the main menu again - it’s finally time to choose Multiplayer. From this menu you can choose Quick Match or Co-op Mode. Depending on your play style, you may find one or the other more favorable. There is an achievement tied specifically to the Co-op Mode, whereas the remainder of the multiplayer achievements can be won in either mode.

5) After you finish battling in multiplayer, you should head to Dress-Up & Power-Up to level your items as well as exchange buffs.

6) From here, it’s a grind in the multiplayer modes to rank up to unlock story missions. You don't have to play Story mode until you want to, missions will unlock without you needing to play the previous one. The final mission unlocks at rank 26.

This is a time consuming game. This game also allows for micro-transactions. This means you can buy Happy Tickets or items with actual cash instead of winning them from matches or the spinner. Even if you choose to spend Microsoft Points on gear or Happy Tickets... there is still quite a learning curve as well as the time involved in grinding your rank to 26 and completing 40 quests. Here are a few pointers I found helpful.

1) Co-op Mode seems to be good for starting out in the game... learning how to control each class and the routes in each map. The game seems to have issues keeping a match together for a full 3 rounds. It seems the less people in the match, the better it is.

2) I recommend Quick Match for the regular rank grind. You learn much more about tactics and how to make use of what the game gives you from watching other players. This will also expose you to playing against people that are much higher ranked than you are. Expect to lose as much as you win as you start out. With better gear come better battles.

3) Regarding better gear. Story mode offers very nice item rewards. You can now sell your unwanted items. This can be a blessing and a curse. Pay attention when selling things (done by accessing Dress-Up & Power-Up and choosing Equip Item - the BACK button will sell things) that you don't get rid of everything and leave no items to use as material. You can remove White or Purple buffs from items (purple being unwanted anyways) and you can move White (maybe Purple too, never tried.. waste of Stars) from one like item to another. Like items are defined as item slot & character class. You can't take a buff from a mage hat and place it on a cleric hat. You can use a cleric hat to level up your mage hat.

4) There is currently an offer in-game that may be renewed each month. We have to see after the new year what they change. As it stands, there is a reward map that you are prompted to check daily (or you can look at it by hitting X from the main menu) where you are given Happy Stars as a daily log-in bonus - and can work toward items as well.

Today we'll take a look at the achievements in Happy Wars. The order in which I explain them is likely the most efficient way to unlock them... but don't worry if you follow a different path.

The first thing to mention is that every aspect of this game requires an online connection to play. You need to be connected to LIVE and have an Xbox LIVE Gold account to play. That being said... here's the quick rundown.

After getting yourself into the game, you will be presented with a large menu. The option we need is Play.

1) Assuming this is your first run of the game, you will be presented with a pop-up that asks you if you want to play the Tutorial. I strongly suggest that you do. This will explain the basics of the game's mechanics as well as give you a good feel for each character class. Doing so will also unlock 2 achievements. Once you win the first match you will unlock:

Winning all 3 tutorials will unlock:

2) After you have completed the tutorial, it’s time for an easy achievement. Choose Spinner & Cards, and then Happy Spinner to see the roulette wheel. It costs 300 Happy Stars to give it a spin and unlock:

You may want to spend more of the stars you have trying for items. Entering multiplayer combat with the training gear will show you how far you have to go to make your characters competitive. Depending on what items you win from the wheel, you should equip them on your characters (Dress-up & Power-Up -> Equip Items)

3) Back out to the main menu again and this time choose Single Player then Story Missions. These story missions give decent gear as rewards and are repeatable for Happy Stars if you wish. You need to better your multiplayer rank to continue through these. Only 1 mission is available from the start. It is up to you if you do this mission now or queue up a few and play them later. You will earn items, so for lower-level players, I suggest playing the story as it unlocks.

There is one achievement you can get now in Single Player. Choose Training -> Easy -> Any map you wish. Winning this match will unlock

4) Back to the main menu again - it’s finally time to choose Multiplayer. From this menu you can choose Quick Match or Co-op Mode. Depending on your play style, you may find one or the other more favorable. There is an achievement tied specifically to completing all 3 rounds of a Co-op Mode match:

  • Team Player

    Win 3 matches in a row in Co-op mode

    Team Player
    2 guidesDiscontinued

The remainder of the multiplayer achievements can be won in either mode. Which mode you use likely will depend on your play style. If you favor teamwork over mayhem, use Co-op rather than Quick Match. Regular matches are a blast, but very chaotic generally. While playing you should give these a shot:

This achievement requires you to use your talk commands. Press RB and you will see a menu of 4 commands. Pressing RB again will show a menu of comments. Use any combination 4 times and the achievement will unlock after the match.

  • Hello World

    Use a talk or order commands 4 times in a Quick Match or Co-op mode

    Hello World
    3 guidesDiscontinued

This requires you to play as each class twice in one match. The easiest way is to spawn as a Warrior, press start, choose respawn and then Warrior again. 2 more classes to go. You get the idea wink

  • All Rounder

    Use Warrior, Cleric, and Mage 2 times each in a Quick Match or Co-op mode

    All Rounder
    2 guidesDiscontinued

This achievement is rather simple. Just do something heroic enough to be mentioned on the board. Build 3 towers, reach level 5, kill 5 enemies without dying, heal 10 allies, and so on. This also unlocks after the match finishes.

  • The Legend Begins

    Receive mention in Hero Pop-up in a Quick Match or Co-op mode

    The Legend Begins
    3 guidesDiscontinued

This is also rather simple. A team skill is one that is activated by using the Y button. Only a Mage or Warrior can get this achievement as there are no damaging spells a Cleric can cast. To unlock the achievement you must be the one that casts the spell and you must get at least 1 kill with that skill. Magic Arrows, Meteors, Tornadoes all work well. I'm not as familiar with the names of the Warrior skills but Group Rush is one that would also do the trick.

  • Gang Up

    Launch a Team Skill and get a kill in a Quick Match or Co-op mode

    Gang Up
    3 guidesDiscontinued

5) After you finish battling in multiplayer, you should head to Dress-Up & Power-Up to level your items as well as exchange buffs. There are a few achievements here to be had.

This is accomplished by choosing Item Level Up and then upgrading the item of your choice. You first choose a base item (the item that you are improving) and then choose items that will be sacrificed to make up the cost of the improvement. Anything you sacrifice is lost forever!

  • MOD 0

    Level-up an item

    MOD 0
    2 guidesDiscontinued

Once you level an item to level 10 - the max - you will unlock:

You can also modify the buffs attached to nearly any item. The color of the text tells you about the buff. White ones can be moved onto other items or removed altogether. Purple ones can be removed (and are negative bonuses - you don't want these anyways). Orange ones are not removable by any means. By choosing Dress-Up & Power-Up and then Item Modification you will see the screen for manipulating buffs. For a buff to be added, the base item needs an Empty Slot. To upgrade an item, choose your base item (the one you want the new buff on) and then the 2nd item (the one with the buff you want) and choose start when ready. This will destroy the 2nd item! Be sure you mean to do this. It will also unlock:

6) From here, it’s a grind in the multiplayer modes to rank up to unlock story missions. You don't have to play Story mode until you want to; missions will unlock without you needing to play the previous one. The final mission unlocks at rank 26. There are a few achievements that are somewhat grindy and will unlock as you progress further in the multiplayer mode.

As you complete matches or use the spinner you will accumulate items. Try to get 30 before you start to recycle them for Happy Stars or use them as material for leveling your equipped gear. Doing so will net you:

As you progress in the story, break down and spend actual cash on the game, or get items from the in-game loyalty treasure map (you are prompted to visit each time you load the game - or hit X from the main menu. - you will eventually come across premium items. These items are much better than the rest of the gear in the game and are noted with a yellow star in the upper right corner of their picture. Owning just one of these precious items will earn you:

One of the most confusing achievements is the one to 'Unlock the "MVP" quest in a Quick Match or Co-op mode'. This is not the same as being the MVP of the match. The quest MVP goes to the player with the most kills and least deaths on the winning team. Someone with 6 kills and 0 deaths ranks higher than one with 10 kills and 1 death for the purposes of this achievement. This is generally easier in Co-op Mode.

  • MVP

    Unlock the "MVP" quest in a Quick Match or Co-op mode

    MVP
    8 guidesDiscontinued

This appears to be a daunting appearing achievement when you look at the length of time a multiplayer game takes, but when you factor in that any match besides Tutorial ones count toward it... it isn't so bad after all. As suggested in the guides, Story Mission 3-3 seems to be the fastest way to unlock this achievement. If you don't have that mission unlocked, you can also use Training missions. Co-op matches consist of 3 rounds with each round counting as a game as well. As you work toward the other large achievements, this one will come naturally... there is no need to boost it unless you just want it out of the way.

Due to the most recent patch, using all the skills will be more of a task than it should be. They more or less broke the Y button (Team) skills. You can still use them, but it requires anyone wanting to join in to constantly mash Y and pay attention that it isn't about to launch their own Y skill. Still obtainable, but some skills will take more effort to launch (Cleric - Teleport seems the rarest and most often to have teammates walk past) and others take more to launch - making them much harder with the current issues. If you disconnect from the game or the game ends prematurely, what you did during it will not count. Still, once you successfully use all skills (every A, B and Y skill) for all classes (Warrior/Cleric/Mage) over the course of your Co-op and Quick Mode matches you will unlock:

  • Battle Master

    In Quick Match or Co-op mode, use all skills for Warrior, Cleric, and Mage.

    Battle Master
    2 guidesDiscontinued

Keep playing well and you'll see level 20 in no time. Good ways to increase your score each match include building towers, buffing other players (elemental enchantments, dash, sacred armor), healing and resurrecting allies (this adds up fast actually), being in the enemy castle when the big tower is destroyed - or better yet, be one that helps to destroy it. Kills are nice, but for the fastest XP - cleric is my choice. Of note, the new challenges also have bonus monsters that are worth XP (their name is their worth). It seems Warriors are the best equipped to handle these.

Once you hit level 26, you will have unlocked all Story Missions. The most recent patch made several of these encounters easier. Mission 6-2 still seems to be the most difficult. The entire team has no respawns. This pretty much requires you to play as a cleric. If you don't get the resurrect skill, it is likely faster to quit and restart.

Story Mission 1 is available from the start

Story Mission 2 unlocks at rank 6

Story Mission 3 unlocks at rank 11

Story Mission 4 unlocks at rank 16

Story Mission 5 unlocks at rank 21

Story Mission 6 unlocks at rank 26

Completing them all will earn you a very nice Warrior sword as well as:

...and finally, what is likely the longest grind in the game - completing 40 of the 72 quests. Here is a complete list of quests:

1 First Kill: 1 kill
2 An Ace Is Born: 50 kills total
3 Victorious Glory: 10 wins total
4 The Ripper: 3 kills in 1 game without dying or changing character class
5 Hardcore Gamer: over 10 hours of total play time
6 Survive!: Longest survival time for a single game
7 Destroyer: Destroy 10 towers
8 Guardsman: Kill 5 enemies near your army's towers
9 Vengeance for a Friend: Kill the enemy that killed your ally!
10 The Vanguard: Destroy Big Tower once
11 The Legend Begins: Appear on Hero Pop-up 5 times
12 Changing Class: Change your character class 10 times
13 Hello, World: Use talk/order commands 50 times or more
14 The Swordmaster Appears: 30 Total kills as a Warrior
15 The Dreaded Mage: 30 total kills as a Mage
16 Iron Man: Guard against enemy attack 50 times
17 Homerun King: Push enemies off of the map 10 times
18 Nightingale: Successfully use Resurrect skill 10 times in one game
19 Elite Soldier: 100 total kills
20 Veteran: 100 total wins
21 Nightmare: 10 kills in 1 game without dying or changing character class
22 Dedicated Gamer: Over 50 hours of total play time
23 The Finisher: Destroy Big Tower 10 times
24 Prospective Hero: Appear on Hero Pop-up 10 times
25 Desert Journey: 10 wins total (Desert Stage)
26 Marine Expedition: 10 wins total (Coral Stage)
27 Fantasy World: 10 wins total (Rainbow or Snowman Stage)
28 Sent to the Netherworld: 10 wins total (Twilight Stage)
29 I Like High Places: 10 wins total (Sunset Stage)
30 The Cleric's Benevolence: 100 healings as a Cleric
31 Immortality: Finish a game without dying
32 The Assassin: 5 kills total by ambushing enemies from behind
33 The Champion: The most kills in a single game
34 MVP: Complete a game with the most kills and least deaths among all players
35 Heroic: 500 total kills
36 Kill 'em all!: Kill all enemies in 1 game
37 The Terminator: 1000 total kills
38 The Invincible General: 256 total wins
39 The Killer at the Lake: 20 kills in a game without dying or changing character class
40 Happy Addict: Over 100 hours of total play time
41 Mercenary of Vengeance: 100 total kills of enemies that killed your allies!
42 The Ruler: Destroy Big Tower 100 times
43 And Become Legend…: Appear on Hero pop-up 50 times total.
44 The Master Swordsman: 100 total kills as a Warrior
45 The Saint: 1000 total healings as a Cleric
46 The Demon King Manifests: 100 total kills as a Mage
47 Heart of Platinum: Guard against enemy attack 1000 times
48 The Ninja: 100 total kills by ambushing enemies from behind!
49 Interceptor: Interrupted enemy's Team Skills 100 times total
50 You Can't Win by Power Alone: Kill 500 Warrior
51 Pray in Hell: Kill 500 Clerics
52 The Twilight of Magic: Kill 500 Mages
53 Special Forces: Destroy Big Tower without losing any HP
54 Omaha Beach: 300 kills using the ballista
55 Death Frenzy: 10,000 kills
56 Living Legend: 512 wins
57 NBK: 30 kills in 1 game without dying or changing character class
58 The Happy Wars: Over 200 hours total play time
59 The End-Bringer: Destroy Big Tower 1000 times
60 The Mythical Hero: Appear on Hero Pop-up 200 times
61 The Godlike Swordsman: 1000 total kills as a Warrior
62 Archangel: 10000 total healings as a Cleric
63 The Devil: 1000 total kills as a Mage
64 The Strongest Title: Destroy Big Tower and kill all enemies in 1 game
65 Elemental Master: 1000 kills total using an enchant skill
66 Medic!: Successfully use Resurrect skill 500 times
67 Pointless!!: Interrupt enemy Team Skills 2000 times
68 Desert Fox: Be in the castle 200 times when your team destroys the Big Tower. (Desert stage)
69 Seawolf: Be in the castle 200 times when your team destroys the Big Tower. (Coral stage)
70 Dragon Blood: Be on the spot 200 times when your team destroyed the Big Tower. (Rainbow or Snowman stage)
71 Demon Lord: Be in the castle 200 times when your team destroys the Big Tower. (Twilight stage)
72 Heavenly Giant: Be in the castle 200 times when your team destroys the Big Tower. (Sunset stage)

You can check your progress toward completing these by entering Co-op Mode or Quick Match and hitting RB twice. I would suggest getting yourself to level 26 before worrying too much about these. The reason being is that you will unlock quite a few through normal play. After you get to the point where you are focusing solely on quests you will have a good idea what you should be looking to do. For instance, you are likely to have finished quests 1-21 by the time you get to just this achievement. 23-35 are also ones you will likely have done - depending on your choice of class when you play. That leaves 6 quests to work on. Not an impossible task. 39 & 57 are both easy if you choose a mage and hang back playing it safe. Levels with more towers seem to help drag a game on longer to get those last few kills. 43 & 60 both require getting on the Hero Pop-up repeatedly. Mages and Clerics are much easier to do this with as mages can get kill streaks easier than a warrior on average... and clerics get easy mention with heals and resurrects. 44-46 are class specific ones for kills or heals - none of which should take too long. 50-52 are for killing 500 of one particular class. With a fire mage, these are relatively quick as well. 53 isn't as bad as it looks... you can lose HP before you start on the Big Tower, but not while you are attacking it. 68-72 seem easy, but I've not played any 1 stage enough to pop one of those quests yet myself - and I'm sitting on 52/72 quests complete. These quests are going to take you the most time - and will likely even force you out of your usual class to get one or 2 easy ones in a class you don't play often. Don't forget to use the Stage Select option in Quick Match to choose levels you want to win on. Once you get your quest for a level, uncheck it. You will still play it, but hopefully not as often. Although the achievement says more than 40, it pops when you finish the 40th quest.

If you are still with us after grinding away at the main game... the developers had it in them to add to the game experience with more achievements. As you can imagine, the additional achievements will require a decent effort to complete. Worth noting is that if you've met the requirements for any of the title update achievements prior to playing on the update (such as completing certain quests or reaching level 40 or 50) those achievements will unlock after you complete your first online game. The title update is free and everyone is required to play on the same game version now... so to truly complete the game will require some serious level and quest grinding. Please keep in mind that only Special Events, Quick Matches and Co-op Matches count for these achievements. Single player modes such as Training and Story will not give you progress toward these. Without further ado... here's how you can tackle them with minimal effort.

First off we'll look at the new level achievements. We are now tasked with reaching level 40 and 50. I've found that playing co-op matches seem to be best for XP as you have 3 rather short rounds to work with, and if things are going well, you will be winning nearly every time. Quick matches are rather unpredictable for farming XP as you have no guarantee someone won't throw up a ladder and take the tower quickly... or be matched against a team with far superior skill (yes, this still happens.) With persistence you will be able to unlock:

It is probably worth noting that the level 50 achievement will likely be your last achievement. By the time I reached level 50 I had completed 64 quests. It is likely that you will be in a similar situation.

The next section we'll look into are the new quest based achievements. There are 2 that require completion of a certain number of quests overall as well as 3 that require you to play a certain character class and accomplish a specific task. These can be a pain as not all players feel comfortable with each class. I'll note a few methods to help speed them along when we cover them. Both of the following achievements require you to complete various quests. If you need help finding the easier ones, please refer to the bottom of the previous page as it offers guidance for: You Rock! achievement in Happy Wars

If you completed the main title, you will unlock the 20 quest achievement after you finish your first online match.

Now to cover the 3 class specific achievements. These require you to complete a quest associated with one particular class and should be expected to take some serious time.

The Warrior quest will likely be the easiest for most gamers. To be honest, this was the last quest I needed for my 60 as I never got into playing Warrior... but with the addition of the Beserker class you have more options. I found the AI was a much easier opponent than human players, just not as satisfying to kill. Once you kill your 1,000th enemy you will see the notification in-game and the achievement will unlock at the end of the game when you reach the score screen.

The Mage achievement is also rather easy as they deal their damage from range. I unlocked this quest prior to starting the Title Update as I played Mage generally. This is likely much easier in Co-op as well due to the skill level of the AI being well below that of the average human opponent. After tallying up 1,000 kills with your Mage you will see a notification in-game and unlock the quest and achievement at the score screen after the match is complete.

  • The Devil

    Complete the 'The Devil' Quest

    The Devil
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The Cleric quest is probably what will help pass time as you work toward level 50 as you need 10,000 heals to complete it. Only targeted heals on others count toward this quest, meaning that self-heals and the Sanctuary skill do not count toward this total. The best advice I can offer is to play whatever game mode (online of course) that you prefer and sit back spamming heals. You will find that a well-equipped Cleric is better suited for this, so I wouldn't work on this until you have a nice suit of armor. Skills to keep an eye out for are: AP Recovery Level 3, Conserve AP Level 3, Max AP Up Level 3 and Shorten Cooldown Level 3. If you don't play with someone with Sacred Song+ you should consider adding it as well, you can grab 5-6 easy heals right from the start of every match, and you seriously help your team as well. Once you manage your 10,000th heal you will see the notification in-game and will unlock the quest and achievement at the score screen.

  • Archangel

    Complete the 'Archangel' Quest

    Archangel
    1 guideDiscontinued

The final achievement in the Title Update requires you to create a level 15 item. You can do this with 2 goals in mind. Fastest method or Godlike Equipment method. For both methods, you will require 6 identical items. The Premium and regular versions of items available in Special Events do not combine... you need 6 of the same exact item.

The fastest method is to play match after match ensuring you have an item box. Upgrading the item box it isn't as important since the lower level items are cheaper to upgrade than better ones. If you get bored of playing, you can resort to the Happy Spinner to try for gear as well. Doing this will possibly net you some rare items... I've found 5 super premium items from the Spinner so far. I'd suggest using all 3 bets on the same item type to reduce the number of spins and matches you will have to play. If you focus on this method, I'd spin for shields as there are less of them than any other item type. To combine this with gameplay, use a Warrior or Cleric as you will get items that your current character can use. Playing a Mage will not result in finding a shield in your item box for example. Once you have 6 identical items, skip to the Combine explanation.

If you want to have a Godlike piece of armor or weapon to use on the battlefield, you will want to create a level 15 premium or super premium item. The simplest way to get 6 identical premium items is by playing the Special Events repeatedly. You get progression toward items based on your contribution to the team. Sitting back and letting your team conquer won't net you nearly as much as being the player with the most kills. Being the match MVP guarantees an item. When you get to the point that you can unlock a chest - use your Happy Tickets (if you have any) to upgrade it. Once you have 6 of the item you want to use, you can then follow the instruction for combining them. This will take significantly longer than using cheap items but you end up with an item that really improves your character.

To combine the items and get a level 15 out of it without cursing at the game too much, follow these steps:

  • From the Main Menu, choose Play, then Dress Up & Power-Up, then Item Level-Up
  • Chose the base item first - one of the items you have 6 of
  • Chose the item(s) to use as material. If one of these items is a duplicate of the base item, it will raise the item's max level. DO NOT USE MORE THAN 1 OF YOUR DUPLICATE ITEMS AT ONCE. YOU WILL ONLY GAIN 1 LEVEL!
  • Once you have raised your item's max level you must continue adding in material items to finish the leveling process. A Premium or Super Premium item take significantly more material and Happy Stars to upgrade. If you don't have enough material, you can combine smaller items together to make higher level (and worth more as material) items. You may even want to toss in Premium or Super Premium items into it that you don't have a use for since they are worth quite a lot of material points.

Of note... if you are having issues with scavenging material, you can use this method as a last resort. Since the game keeps your save online only you can use this to your advantage. Get as much material together as you can. Disconnect from the internet and make your upgrades using the material you have on hand as well as the equipment your characters had on. Once you get the achievement, close the game and reload. You will have everything you did before you went offline... and nothing more. You won't have the level 15 item since the game never knew you made it. Your achievement will also be offline since connecting to LIVE will re-establish your connection with the Happy Wars server and end up with you looking to reequip all of your characters. If you chose to do it this way, STAY OFFLINE until you hit the dashboard.

No matter which method of leveling your item you chose, the achievement will unlock as soon as the item reaches level 15.

Happy Warring!

Prologue:

If you are still looking forward to have your happy wars (xbox 360) 100% completed
then you'll have to go for another 8 achievements now.
The developers seem to find that Title Update (1) DLC still wasn't enough grinding
so they gifted us with another 8 achievements worth 100G.
To our relief Title Update 2 DLC is a lot easier than Title Update (1) DLC and it can be completed in far less time as well.

As already mentioned in the Title Update (1) DLC:
The title update is free and everyone is required to play on the same game version.
Please keep in mind that only Special Events, Quick Matches and Co-op Matches count for these achievements.
Single player modes such as Training and Story will not give you progress toward these.

So here's what you need to do...

Introducing classes to Happy Wars:

With the second DLC of Happy Wars, every type of character (Warrior, Cleric, Mage) now has a second class.
You have to set a class for each equipment slot.
Doing this will erase the equipment collection for that slot. (Just the collection, not the items themselves)
You can switch classes if you go to
main menu > character-tab > change class > (select your character type) > (select your slot) > D-Pad Right > cn_A to confirm
There are 3 classes to unlock:
Berserk: Use 2 swords with your warrior, and use enhanced versions of the warrior skills.
Zephyr: Your mage will be able to use new wind element mage skills.
Engineer: Your cleric can use skills to either build better versions of the static canons or build faster in general.
The engineer has got a quite strong team skill called "ultimate weapon". By using ultimate weapon you need at least 4 people
to activate. Once activated you will transform into a big robot, which has its own 3 unique skills. The robot has a life bar
and it's health decreases automatically by time or by taking damage.

Unlocking each class:

Before you are able to play as one of the new classes, you'll have to unlock them.
There are two ways of unlocking the classes:

  • Finish 3 certain missions from the missions-menu for each class
  • Buy the each class for 20 happy tickets per class

The missions you'll have to do to unlock the classes are:
Berserk:

  • The Champion: Have the most kills in a game
  • The Swordmaster: 100 kills as warrior
  • Kill Em All!: Kill every enemy at least once in a game

Zephyr:

  • The Feared Mage: 30 kills as mage
  • And become a legend...: Get mentioned 50 times in the hero window
  • Magical Dawn: Kill 500 mage-type-opponents in total

Engineer:

  • The Executor: Destroy the main tower 10 times in total
  • Special Units: Destroy the main tower without losing health
  • Omaha Beach: Kill 300 opponents with balista (the static canon which throws arrows)
    Kills with other static canon types won't count toward this mission

Achievements Guide:

Before beginning with this DLC, you should have at least one of the classes unlocked.
(If you don't know how to unlock classes look above)
To unlock the achievements you'll have to use each team skill of the new classes 50 times.
To speed up things, use shorten cooldown and skill+ buffs in your equipment as much as you can.
Doing that, will unlock the team skills earlier in the game, which helps to get more team skill-counts per game.

After that you'll have to use the new B-Button-skills of the new classes 100 times each.
Which skills you need exactly and how to make them count towards the achievement are explained below.

NOTE:When i reached level 26 (level for completing single player story), I've already unlocked the berserk.
So I'll just guess most people will have the berserk here to. Therefore I'll start with the berserk achievements.

Berserk Class:
There are 2 achievements related to the berserk class.
The fastest way to obtain them is to go for both achievements at once.
First, you need to use the "multiple missile" team skill of the berserk 50 times in total.
Try to get near allies and give a "Follow Me" command by pressing RB + Y.
Then activate your team skill and NPCs will help you most of the time.
As long as your multiple missile skill is recovering, try to go for the 100 berserk kills.
For the 100 berserk kills, you must activate the B-Button-skill which let you scream right before you kill an enemy.
As the "screaming" skill gives you an attack buff for just a few seconds,
try to kill any opponent as fast as possible.
The kill only counts if the buff-logo still was visible under your AP-Bar.
Repeating this over and over will net you with the following achievements:

  • They Had It Coming…

    Kill foes with the Berserk skill in Quick Match or Co-op mode at least 100 times.

    They Had It Coming…
    1 guideDiscontinued

  • Missile Barrage

    Successfully use Multiple Missile team skill in Quick Match or Co-op mode 50 times total.

    Missile Barrage
    1 guideDiscontinued

Before you can continue, you will have to unlock either the engineer or the zephyr.
I suggest to just buy the engineer for 20 happy tickets as it's easier to
kill 500 mage-type-opponents than 300 kills with balista.
By just playing the game, 20 happy tickets should come together automatically.
So here's what you need to do with the engineer:

Engineer Class:
There are 3 achievements related to the engineer class.
First you can go for "Mr. Fix-IT" Achievement. This one is quite easy.
When you start as engineer, most of the time you'll have a repair-skill in your A-Button-Skills-List.
Just follow the group that builds towers along the way to the middle of the map.
When you come to the middle where the big fight begins, try to fight against an NPC in a safe place.
NPCs are easy to beat and won't run away. If you just hit the NPC with your X-Attacks and
use the Repair-Skill on him, right before he dies... plopp... ACHIEVEMENT:
  • Mr. Fix-It

    Kill a foe with the Repair skill in Quick Match or Co-op mode.

    Mr. Fix-It
    3 guidesDiscontinued


Next you will go for the ultimate weapon achievement.
Use the ultimate weapon team skill 50 times in total.
If you have an armour for your engineer that has holy song+ in it, USE IT.
You can combine holy song+ with Team skill Experience Up.
This will make you level 3 just when you come out of the castle.
With even more skill+ enhancements in my equipment i was able to cast 1 "ultimate weapon" team skill,
right when leaving the castle... Can't get any better than that! :)
As soon as you can use "ultimate weapon", try to get near allies and
give a "Follow Me" command by pressing RB + Y.
Then activate your team skill and NPCs will help you most of the time.
When you're waiting for the ultimate weapon skill to recover, go for the gatling builds.
You'll have to build 100 Gatling Canons or Rocket Launchers.
The best way to do this, is to stay at your castle and keep building Gatling Canons.
As soon as the gatling is build, destroy it again with your X-Attacks.
Then you can build a new gatling at the same spot. This will count towards the achievement.
You can build them by using "Summon Material" on a suitable spot and afterwards
switch to the "Destroy Work" skill and use it on the summoned material.
If you manage to build a gatling (or rocket launcher) out of it, you'll get +25XP on the screen.
BE CAREFULL: Sometimes allies help you with building.
If this is the case, and you don't see +25XP on the screen after build has finished,
then it won't count towards the achievement.
You can speed up building, if you have unlocked the A-Button-Skill which
increases your building speed. Building Speed Lvl1-3 in your equipment also helps a bit.
Grinding all that Gatlings and "Ultimate Weapons" nets you with the following Achievements:
  • War Engine Master

    Successfully build Gatling or Rocket Launcher in Quick Match or Co-op mode 100 times total.

    War Engine Master
    1 guideDiscontinued

  • Behind the Wheel

    Successfully use Ultimate Weapon team skill in Quick Match or Co-op mode 50 times total.

    Behind the Wheel
    1 guideDiscontinued

If you come this far, I'm sure you have either killed 500 mage-type-oppenents or won another 20 happy tickets.
If so, unlocked the last class, the zephyr.
Now that you have unlocked all 3 new classes in happy wars, go and play 1 game as zephyr.
Then you have played with each class at least once.
This will net you with the following achievement:
  • Early Adapter

    Choose Berserker, Engineer, and Zephyr at least once in Quick Match or Co-op mode.

    Early Adapter
    1 guideDiscontinued


Zephyr Class:
There are 2 achievements related to the zephyr class.
The fastest way to obtain them is to go for both achievements at once.
You'll have use Wind Swap 50 times in total and
you must use Cyclone Rush team skill 50 times in total.
Whenever you can use on of the skills, try to use it.
When Cyclone Rush needs to recovery, go for Wind Swaps.
Wind Swap is a little buggy. It seems like the skill
show an animation but doesn't do anything at all.
But if you activate it correctly you change positions with a selected enemy.
(Restriction: You can't select enemy's inside castles)
To activate Wind Swap do as following:
- Press B to activate "Wind Swap"
- Pick your opponent to switch with
- Press B to start "Wind Swap" (An animation will show up on you and your opponent)
- FIX: Press B again. like if you would want to activate it twice. Now your "Wind Swap" should work
After grinding for 50 wind swaps and 50 cyclone rush team skills you will get the last 2 achievements:
  • Elusive Phantom

    Successfully use Wind Swap skill in Quick Match or Co-op mode 50 times total.

    Elusive Phantom
    2 guidesDiscontinued

  • Typhoon Master

    Successfully use Cyclone Rush team skill in Quick Match or Co-op mode 50 times total.

    Typhoon Master
    1 guideDiscontinued


So here you have it. 600 / 600G.

It's been a hell of a grind, but it's over :).

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