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This is a tier list of monsters created by one of the legends of LostMagic, Mara (also known as ShomaSan). He has an explanation before starting the tier list.

Remember, this tier list isn’t showing which monster is the strongest…but which monster is actually good for its Unit points. (UP)

In Alphabetical order. The numbers were just to help me keep track. Terms that may not be familiar with you. Item pool: Able to use many different types of items and still be effective. Babysitting: Having to constantly support your monster. NR (Not recommended): You will see this in the item pool section. (Item terms: D.H.: Demon horn A.C.: Angel coat D.S.: Dragon scale L.B.: Life bracelet I.S.: Iron shield G.S.: Gale shoes)

The way the item pool works is the first item listed is usually the best item to give it.

UBER/BROKEN-TIER

1. Earth Dragon Ah, earth, my favorite element. These dragons can take a booty load of damage and dish some nice damage right back out. They have a great item pool, letting you toy around with the dragon. The most popular item is iron shield...giving you a whooping 400 defense. Falling sky doesn’t affect it, which is a dragons worse nightmare. A good immunity to pacify. Highest defense in the game. Item pool: Iron shield/ Life bracelet/ Demon horn/ (NR)Dragon scale Monster counters: D.H. flare dragons is basically the only real counter. In a straight up fight, flare dragons will win. Other dragons can do damage as well.

2. Gigants The best monster in my opinion and my favorite monster also, Gigants stats just plain pwns. Its item pool is really good. Almost anything goes with it. I like gigants with iron shield but it also plays well with life bracelet and demon horn. While it’s magic defense may not be in the 80's (80's are the safest) his high hp basically counter acts that so magic attacks won't just kill it. Also, has a nice immunity to terror…which is a plus. Truly monsters....O_O Item pool: Iron shield/ Demon horn/ Life bracelet Monster counters: I.S. Gigants are a pain. D.H. dragons are the most effective. D.H. Dividers and Jetverns can do a little damage but don’t count on them beating the Gigant. If the Gigant has D.H., then use evasive monsters such as hydro hounds, hydro dragons, and Phoenix. (Elpia is an ok choice.)

3. Runefeed Fast, flying, wind, capture, evasive, low UP, decent hp, nice magic defense? These monsters are a must for any team. They have so many roles such as dodging damage, stealing crystals, rushing, and other things. Their diversity and usefulness are the reason they are in the broken tier. Item pool: Angel coat/ Gale shoes Monster counter: For G.S. Runefeeds, anything with fast and strong attacks can kill it. For A.C. Runefeeds, use highly accurate monsters. Dark hounds, and the gnome series are the best. Elpias, Phoenix, Cherubim, and Seraphim are good choices as well.

4. Runegnome These monsters have the highest attack speed. They also have amazing accuracy so they can literally destroy monsters that depend on evasion but don’t have defense. The best item to give it is demon horn. These monsters really shine when high bless with the increase speed attack and attack power. Item pool: Demon horn Monster counter: Anything with defense will shut this bad boy down. Dragons, Talos, Gigants, are a few suggestions. Nothing can really counter it in its UP range….

HIGH-TIER

5. Divider For a 6 UP, these monsters don't have the high stats like gigants do. They can fly, however, and are neutral and have really high magic defense. Although they are melee, their attack range is pretty long. Able to hit through cracks in earth king. Item pool: Life bracelet/ Demon horn Monster counter: Elpias are the best counter. D.H. dragons and D.H. shine and flare hounds are good choices. A.C. hydro hounds are effective if the Divider is high blessed or something.

6. Elpia These monsters are so close to being broken, its not even funny. They have high evade, high accuracy, high attack speed, and are wind. Also, there are 3 in one group. This monster will destroy any monster that has low accuracy and low defense…..which makes up most of the monsters in the game. It is weak to earth magic so watch out for that. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Shadow dragons are the ultimate counter because of its high defense, accuracy, and offense. (thanks omega) Rune gnomes are very good choices too.

7. Flare Dragon These dragons are something not to toy with. They have the highest attack power in the game. They can do up to 1,000+ damage if given demon horn and buffed up. Their item pool is just as diverse as earth dragons. Giving them almost anything would help them out. Watch out for magic though. Falling sky is a dragons worse nightmare. Big freeze is not a good thing to feel either. Watch out for ice king too. Yup, these are the only reason the flare dragon isn't chilling up in the uber tier list. Its element is going against it. Item pool: Demon horn/ Dragon scale/ Iron shield/ (NR)Life bracelet Monster counter: Use high evasive monsters such as Phoenix and A.C. Day Walkers. Nothing else can really counter it. The best thing to do is use an A.C. Runefeed dodge the damage in the front and use a strong ranged monster such as dragons or Multipul. I know that’s going a little bit far using two monsters but that’s the best counter.

8. Flare Hound Flare hounds are a dangerous bunch....the strongest hounds out there. Speedy and high attack....pretty much all you need. Their item pool is basically only dragon scale or demon horn. Life bracelet is an option but not recommended. These hounds will get pwned by magic attacks. Needs babysitting. Item pool: Demon horn/ (NR)Dragon scale Monster counter: Elpia is the safest. Dragons with I.S. is a very good counter. You can consider using A.C. hydro hounds and day walkers because of their evade.

9. Gnomes These little creatures are dangerous. Their stats for a 2 UP are just breathtaking. (I am also talking about the hidden stats too...evade, accuracy, speed attack.) Their item pool mainly consists of demon horn so they dish out really nice damage. They can also take fair damage. Their speed attack and accuracy is just amazing. Their only weakness is gale arrows, so try to keep them away from that spell. Has a nice immunity to pacify. Item pool: Demon horn Monster counter: Anything with defense will shut this bad boy down. Dragons, Talos, Gigants, are a few suggestions. Nothing can really counter it in its UP range….

10. Hydro Hound These hounds are very dangerous. Equip them with angel coat to see. Basically, these hounds are excellent tankers. It really goes well to support their lack of defense...although magic is still a problem. Don't equip these hounds with demon horn. If you want powerful hounds, choose flare or shine hounds instead. Item pool: Angel coat/ (NR)Dragon scale/ (NR)Demon horn Monster counter: Elpia, Phoenix, Runegnome, and shadow dragons are good. Dark hounds are effective too.

11. Jetvern These dragons are pretty strong. Their stats for a 5 UP are pretty good. They are basically all-round monsters. Their item pool is pretty good but the most common is demon horn. Jetverns are like Dividers only trading power and attack speed for more HP and defense. Item pool: Demon horn/ Life bracelet/ (NR)Dragon scale Monster counter: Elpias are the best counter. D.H. dragons and D.H. shine and flare hounds are good choices. A.C. hydro hounds are effective too.


12. Shine Dragon At first, I thought shine dragon should be in the broken tier list but after I studied them more, they really aren’t that broken. Their item pool is pretty diverse like the dragons above. They have high magic defense so you don't have to worry about that when equipping demon horn or iron shield. The thing is, they don't really excel greatly in offence nor in defense like earth and flare dragons do. The most balanced dragon out of all of them. Item pool: Iron shield/ Demon horn/ (NR)Life bracelet Monster counters: Depends on what item the shine dragon is holding. To counter, I.S. shine dragon, just use something like D.H. flare and earth dragons and Gigant. For D.H. shine dragon, you can use pretty much the same monsters I mentioned. Hydro dragon is a decent choice because of its evade.

13. Shine Hounds There hounds were pretty close to being broken. They are basically like flare hounds, only you are sacrificing some offense for magic defense. Their item pool is life bracelet or demon horn. Demon horn is a better choice for in my opinion. The only reason you may want to give it life bracelet is so it can tank...don’t do it. Use hydro hounds instead. Weakness=defense.... Item pool: Demon horn/ (NR)Life bracelet Monster counter: Elpia is the safest. Dragons with I.S. is a very good counter. You can consider using A.C. hydro hounds and day walkers because of their evade.

14. Silfeed Silfeeds are by no means Runefeed. Silfeeds are very hard to keep alive because of their low defense and magic defense. You have to baby sit them much more. They have lower evade than Runefeeds also. This means that it is pretty risky to leave a Silfeed by itself with enemy monsters. Don’t get me wrong now, Silfeeds can still do everything a Runefeed can do only a little bit worse but what did you expect? They only cost 2 UP which is really low and allows different and stronger teams. Use Silfeeds if you think you are good enough to keep them alive. Believe me, they are a challenge but it pays off extremely well at the end. Item pool: Angel coat/ Dragon scale Monster counter: For D.S. Silfeeds, anything with fast and strong attacks can kill it. For A.C. Silfeeds, use highly accurate monsters. Dark hounds, and the gnome series are the best. Elpias, Phoenix, Cherubim, and Seraphim are good choices as well.

STANDARD-TIER

15. Boxdog These were considered the best monsters back in the day. Equip them with angel coat and they would dodge almost every type of attack that came their way. Their low defense, hp, and numbers is the reason for it to be in standard tier. If there were three, they would have been bumped up higher.... Item pool: Angel coat Monster counter: Ranged monsters is the only way to damage these evasive sonof-a-guns. To tell you the truth, any range monster can counter it.

16. Com-bat The strongest 3 UP monsters, these were pretty tough to handle. Clip wing can do some pretty good damage to them even with dragon scale and light magic took its toll to. Needs a lot of babysitting. Besides that, their stats prove that they pretty are a good choice in standard. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Runegnome, Elpia, D.H. hounds good choices. If you want to counter it with something in its UP range, red caps, boxdog, dogbox, Runedines….

17. Dagon This is a tanking type monster. While it can’t tank as well as the earth golems, it can still hold out from attacks. Magic, on the other hand, can be a problem. Life bracelet is the best item to give it. The main reason you would want this monsters is if you’re using the pain drain team (thx Dragon Blast) of if you are going to drain his monsters to help in combat. I would suggest picking this monster over hydra due to the higher attack power and hp. Item pool: Life bracelet Monster counter: Dragons and hounds are some good choices. Basically, anything with offense will destroy the monster because of the low defense. On that note, D.H. Gigants, Dividers, and Jetverns are good choices too.

18. Dark Dragon Here it is guys! The ultimate Elpia counter. This one monster can shut down an Elpia team or any evasive team for that matter. It has enough defense to block the Elpia’s attack and enough accuracy to actually hit it too. With that said, it is in your best interest to pull this bad boy out when you think your opponent is going to use a high evasive team. Item pool: Demon horn/ Life bracelet/ Iron shield/ (NR)Dragon scale Monster counters: Depends on what item the dark dragon is holding. To counter, I.S. dark dragon, just use something like D.H. flare and earth dragons and Gigant. For D.H. dark dragon, you can use pretty much the same monsters I mentioned.

19. Day Walker I consider these monsters weaker versions of jetverns. Their defense is real low and their attack power is lower than jetverns. On the other hand, they actually have high evade so if you want a defensive day walker, equip it with angel coat. Although they have high magic defense, they can't fly so that’s a major downfall. They are, however, one of the few monsters that are actually successful with gale shoes. Watch out, those day walkers won't be walking any more with those shoes. Item pool: Angel coat/ Life bracelet/ Gale shoes/ (NR)Demon horn Monster counter: If the Day Walker doesn’t have Angel coat, then use anything with insanely high attack power and/or high attack speed to take advantage of its low defense such as Dragons, hounds, Elpia, Pheonix, Dividers, Gigants, and the gnome series. If it has angel coat, then your best out is to use Dark hound, Elpia, Pheonix, Gnome series, and shadow dragon.

20. Dogbox Same as boxdog only they have more defense. Boxdog has higher accuracy, making them better…. Item pool: Angel coat Monster counter: Ranged monsters is the only way to damage these evasive son-of-a-guns. To tell you the truth, any range monster can counter it.

21. Earth hound My favorite looking hound out of all the hounds. It shares all the abilities that the other hounds have but with slightly increased defense. Sadly though, the defense is real real minor and pointless if you ask me. It has other abilities, of course. Nice immunity from pacify and falling sky, two of the most annoying spells. Still has a huge weakness from gale arrow though. Item pool: Demon horn/ Dragon scale/ (NR)Life bracelet/ (NR)Iron shield Monster counter: Elpia is the safest. Dragons with I.S. is a very good counter. You can consider using A.C. hydro hounds and day walkers because of their evade.

22. Hydra Same as Dagon only worse. Only useful on blaze lake using pain drain team and strategy. Item pool: Life bracelet Monster counter: Dragons and hounds are some good choices. Basically, anything with offense will destroy the monster because of the low defense. On that note, D.H. Gigants, Dividers, and Jetverns are good choices too.

23. Hydro Dragon Unlike other dragons, you have to equip the respected item for this dragon to show its ability. If given angel coat, its evade will rise just enough to see attacks miss from low accurate monsters. A pretty enduring monster but doesn’t come close to earth nor shine dragon. Item pool: Angel coat/ Demon horn/ Life bracelet/ Iron shield/ (NR)Dragon scale Monster counters: All the dragons except wind can compete and beat this monster. Monsters that can take more damage than it can also do well like Gigants or maybe Talos.

24. Mud Golem These monsters are excellent tankers. They have high hp and high magic defense. Its main weakness is that it’s really weak and is slow. Best used with ranged monsters. Item pool: Iron shield/ (NR)Life bracelet Monster counter: You need powerful monsters. D.H. Dragons, Gigants, Dividers, D.H. hounds, especially flare hounds. Basically, you need something to wear it down fast.

25. Multipul These monsters can’t compare to Gigants. They are only a little bit weaker than Dividers also. They do, however, tend to survive longer when in battle because they attack from behind while Dividers stay in the front. Saying that, its safer to give them demon horn than it is to Dividers. Item pool: Demon horn/ (NR)Life bracelet Monster counter: Elpias are the best counter. D.H. dragons and D.H. shine and flare hounds are good choices. A.C. hydro hounds are effective if the Divider is high blessed or something.

26. Phoenix I played with this team for a bit and actually found a significant difference between these and Elpias. Phoenixs are able to kill high evasion monsters quicker. They work extremely well with support. Their higher offence is very noticeable after using Elpias so long. They aren't immune to clip wing nor gale arrows so that’s a huge problem. Also, elpias are better at soloing monsters than phoenixes due to their higher evade. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Shadow dragons are the ultimate counter because of its high defense, accuracy, and offense. (thanks omega) Rune gnomes are very good choices too. Gigants and other dragons are good choices. Phoenix has lower evade then Elpias so you can use more powerful monsters on them.

27. Red Cap These babies play like a weaker version of runegnomes. While their offence and defense is slightly higher, runegnomes have the edge when it comes to taking damage. They also have lower attack speed than runegnomes too. They are still really good, making them in the high tier. Item pool: Demon horn Monster counters: All out offensive monsters such as the hound series and gnome series. Elpia and Phoenix are good. Basically, anything in the high tier and above can destroy it along with the golems and the other dragons.

28. Runedine Runedine imo is just a weaker battle orkus stat wise with more diversity with items, making them better than orkuses. If you don't like ranged units or just plain hate the gnome series, then Runedines should be your second choice. Their attack speed is pretty nice too. Item pool: Demon horn/ Life bracelet Monster counter: Gnome series, hounds, Elpias, red caps are good choices around its UP range. Any other monsters above 3 UP can kill it also.

29. Runemander Runemanders are really strong for 3 UP. On the other hand, they can’t capture, which isn’t really a big problem but their low defense and hp is. They can’t take any attacks and water magic can rip these monsters up. Saying that, dragon scale is very good for it. Demon horn will make these monsters BEASTS, only they will need more babysitting. Item pool: Dragon scale/ (NR)Demon horn Monster counters: High evasive monsters are your best bet. Elpias and day walkers are good choices. Monsters that have faster attacking speed can defeat it such as the gnome series.

30. Stone Golem Magic attacks does almost nothing to this monster. Equip it with iron shield and it will be near invincible. Stone golems are very decent. They have low attacking power but they can take damage like a man and are pretty good at using drain. Item pool: Iron shield/ Life bracelet/ Demon horn Monster counter: You need powerful monsters. D.H. Dragons, Gigants, Dividers, D.H. hounds, especially flare hounds. Basically, you need something to wear it down fast.

31. Talos Talos is sorta like Jetverns only with different stats so means a different style of play. Jetvern is more of an offensive monster while Talos is more of a defensive monster. With that being said, iron shield and life bracelet is very good. While it does work with demon horn, I suggest you use Jetverns due to their higher attacking speed. While it can’t fly, it is light, giving it a strong resistance to terror. Item pool: Iron shield/ Demon horn/ Life bracelet Monster counters: I.S. Talos are a pain. D.H. dragons are the most effective. D.H. Dividers and Jetverns can do a little damage but don’t count on them beating the Talos. If the Talos has D.H., then use evasive monsters such as hydro hounds, hydro dragons, and Phoenix. (Elpia is an ok choice.)

32. Undine Another 2 UP monster with pretty good stats. Undines have nice magic defense and pretty good attacking speed. Give it demon horn to get the most out of these monsters. IMO gnomes are better but if you choose this if you want a melee type monster. Item pool: Demon horn/ Life bracelet Monster counter: Gnome series, hounds, Elpias, red caps are good choices around its UP range. Any other monsters above 3 UP can kill it also.

33. Wyvern Wyverns can’t compare stat wise to hounds and there are only 2 in a pack. They are pretty decent though for a flying monster. Hounds are suggested over this but this makes a good filler if you are afraid of swamp abyss. Item pool: Life bracelet/ Demon horn/ (NR)Dragon scale Monster counter: Elpias are the best counter. D.H. dragons and D.H. shine and flare hounds are good choices. A.C. hydro hounds are effective too.

LOW-TIER

34. Acrobat Acrobats are wind and flying but com-bat are better than these in almost every situation. Their stats are ok, but it can’t take damage. Magic attacks can kill it pretty easily even with dragon scale. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Runegnome, Elpia, D.H. hounds good choices. If you want to counter it with something in its UP range, red caps, boxdog, dogbox, Runedines….

35. Bat Low hp, low defense, and low magic defense….this monster is not worth using. Dies way too fast. I suggest using silfeeds. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Basically, anything.

36. Battle Orkus Battle orkus are ok….nothing special. They can take damage a little bit. Their offense is…meh. Their main weakness is low attacking speed and low magic defense….forcing you to equip them with dragon scale instead of some item to make them powerful. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Monsters with even mediocre evade can pretty much stop it. Most 3 UP monsters can kill it except the ones in the low tier.

37. Cherubim These monsters are able to fly, use range attacks, AND able to capture. This is what I always wanted but sadly, they have some major flaws when it comes to combat. Their accuracy is really high and they can attack pretty fast but they have insanely low hp and defense. They can’t take any damage. Clip wing can really destroy these monsters too. If you ask me, I think they are more worth 2 UP and with higher offense, they could be better. Item pool: Life bracelet/ Dragon scale/ (NR)Demon horn Monster counter: Power houses like gnome series. Red caps also can kill it fairly easily.

38. Dark Hound This hound special ability is to hit high evasive monsters. It has really high accuracy. Besides that, it just fights like any other hound. I would suggest something else unless you think your opponent is going to use an evasive team. Item pool: Demon horn/ Life bracelet/ (NR)Dragon scale Monster counter: Elpia is the safest. Even with the Dark hounds accuracy, the Elpia should be ok. Dragons with I.S. is a very good counter.

39. Dark Walker These monsters are day walkers only with higher defense and lower magic defense. Day walkers are a better choice. Unlike Day walkers, Dark walkers don’t have high evade. Instead, it has higher accuracy. Item pool: Dragon scale/ (NR)Life bracelet/ (NR)Demon horn/ (NR)Gale shoes Monster counter: Strong powerful monsters that can take advantage of its low defense. Hounds, dragons, Elpia, Talos, are good choices. Runegnomes can also be of good use along with Phoenix.

40. Death fang Do you realize how good these monsters would have turned out if only they had higher magic defense. Fire magic is the most common type of magic and usually, most mages have their fire at level 5. This monster has pretty high attack power. Main weakness is that it has low defense. Hp is ok….but their magic defense isn’t helping it…. Item pool: Dragon scale

41. Death fish Same as death fang but hounds are a much better choice for the UP cost. Item pool: Dragon scale

42. Ruby Golem Water attacks>ruby golems. They have some pretty low magic defense. Their hp is pretty high but defense, attack power, and attack speed is low. Earth golems and hounds are a much better choice. Item pool: Dragon scale/ (NR)Life bracelet/ (NR)Demon horn

43. Gale Dragon Basically, the fact that they are wind0 is bad enough (falling sky) but they have they no benefits in battle unlike other dragons. Their speed is noticeable but useless. Only reason they are in low tier is because of their high stats… Item pool: Demon horn/ Life bracelet/ Iron shield/ (NR)Dragon scale Monster counters: Depends on what item the shine dragon is holding. To counter, I.S. shine dragon, just use something like D.H. flare and earth dragons and Gigant. For D.H. shine dragon, you can use pretty much the same monsters I mentioned. Hydro dragon is a decent choice because of its evade.

44. Gale hound These hounds really aren’t that great except that they have increased speed. Giving them gale shoes will make them great rushes. Falling sky is super effective though and their super sonic speed won’t save them in battle unless they are running. Pretty much the worse hounds out there. Item pool: Demon horn/ Life bracelet/ Gale shoes/ (NR)Dragon scale Monster counter: Elpia is the safest. Dragons with I.S. is a very good counter. You can consider using A.C. hydro hounds and day walkers because of their evade.

45. Orkus Orkus has some pretty good stats for a 2 UP. Basically, it’s pretty much all-round with low magic defense so you have to give it dragon scale. You would probably get your money worth if you go with undine, just cuz undines have more magic defense. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Monsters with even mediocre evade can pretty much stop it. Most 3 UP monsters can kill it except the ones in the low tier.

46. Salmanders Salmander’s hp is waaaay too low. Its offense, again, is really high for its UP but it can’t take any damage. Water magic will destroy this monster. Prepare for an itch load of babysitting…. Item pool: Dragon scale/ (NR)Demon horn Monster counters: High evasive monsters are your best bet. Elpias and day walkers are good choices. Monsters that have faster attacking speed can defeat it such as the gnome series.

47. Yellow shog Unlike other shogs, this one is actually playable. It doesn’t die in one weak magic attack even if it is dark magic. Given Iron shield, it will be able to tank out damage with a whooping 301 defense. Monsters with high attack power, however, will still destroy it cuz of the low hp. Item pool: Iron shield Monster counter: Powerful monsters. Dragons, Jetvern, Gigant, Talos, Divider, Multiple and hounds are the monsters to go with.

BOTTOM-TIER 48. Black shog Light magic>black shog Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Powerful monsters. Dragons, Jetvern, Gigant, Talos, Divider, Multiple and hounds are the monsters to go with.

49. Blue shog Fire magic>blue shog Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Powerful monsters. Dragons, Jetvern, Gigant, Talos, Divider, Multiple and hounds are the monsters to go with.

50. Brown shog Wind magic>brown shog Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Powerful monsters. Dragons, Jetvern, Gigant, Talos, Divider, Multiple and hounds are the monsters to go with.

51. Ghost This monster has nice power, able to fly, and is able to take some hits but it dies too quickly from magic. Clip wing will usually one hit kill this thing so it is not useable at all. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Basically, anything.

52. Green shog Earth magic>green shog Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Powerful monsters. Dragons, Jetvern, Gigant, Talos, Divider, Multiple and hounds are the monsters to go with.

53. Harpy Sadly, this monster doesn’t have enough defense to support it in tight areas. They don’t have high evasion like Elpias. Its low magic defense, power, and hp are a very bad thing for a 4 UP monster. Hounds are better…. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: While Harpy doesn’t have much evasion, high accuracy monsters are still good. Dark hounds and Runegnomes are you best choices to save UP. Anything that counter’s Elpia will be super effective on this.

54. Killer Mush Nice attack power but low defense and magic defense make it real easy to kill. Has pretty nice hp but it dies to fast for competitively play. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Powerful monsters to take advantage of the low defense. Gnomes, Runegnomes, Red caps, and Runemander is the way to go.

55. Knight Orkus My favorite orkus, too bad they aren’t that good. There is only one in the unit and it has real low accuracy, which gets annoying when your monsters keep missing the enemy. They do have high stats, making items affect it more but in the long run….not worth the UP. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Basically, anything.

56. Misty Mush Same as killer mush with lower stats and lower UP. (Although misty mush has 60 points higher hp than killer mush.) Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Powerful monsters to take advantage of the low defense. Gnomes, Runegnomes, Red caps, and Runemander is the way to go.

57. Mush-Mushy Same as killer mush only this monster is earth element which means it has higher defense. Too bad it has lower hp and lower magic defense. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Powerful monsters to take advantage of the low defense. Gnomes, Runegnomes, Red caps, and Runemander is the way to go.

58. Purple cap This monster barely develops while it levels. It stats are average except its hp and defense. This monster can’t take damage at all. Also, magic attacks can kill it pretty fast even with its high magic defense. Item pool: Life bracelet Monster counter: Basically, anything.

59. Red shog Water magic>red shog. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Powerful monsters. Dragons, Jetvern, Gigant, Talos, Divider, Multiple and hounds are the monsters to go with.

60. Scout Orkus My least favorite orkus, these things are the weakest in the family. Insane rock (earthquake) can kill it in one hit. If it is given dragon scale then 2 insane rock or a strong explosion will kill it. However, it is the fastest monster in the game and is annoying when speed/magic defense glitched. Item pool: Dragon scale/ (NR)Gale shoes Monster counter: Basically, anything.

61. Seraphim To me, this is the worst monster in the game. For some strange reason, it is worth 4 UP and it can’t even compete against a runegnome….probably not even a gnome. Also, it has lower magic defense than Cherubim. The only thing it has going for it is fast attacking speed and accuracy. Item pool: Life bracelet/ (NR)Demon horn

62. Wraith Same as ghost but with more UP. Clip wing can still kill it….2 hits if it has dragon scales. Item pool: Dragon scale Monster counter: Basically, anything.

A reminder to the reader: the tier list isn't one that takes into account what monsters can make good teams with other monsters; it is tier list that expostulates why a monster is strong/weak for its Unit Points.

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