Dungeon Defenders Guide Fast Leveling

Dungeon Defenders Guide easy leveling tips


Dungeon Defenders Guide Easy Leveling

This guide is for people who are just starting out in the game and to help them reach around level 45 to get the to a high enough level without the use of another higher level account or player helping you out. Since if you had either of those there are certain level that can get you past level 45 in one map.

First off on Dungeon Defenders easy leveling guide it is not recommended for you to use a Summoner or Jester. At least until you either you have a group of people to play with or a higher level account this is due to the fact those classes can have a hard time with the first map. Since the jesters defense can spawn ogres with 15,000 health points, which at this point in the game would be to much for you to handle by yourself.

Second you should keep replaying the level over again for at least 2-3 times to get a high enough level for either future levels or to play the first map on hard difficult instead of medium. I would recommend if you choose to play it on hard to start at about level 15 since that seems to be the level where you are able to beat hard with little to no problem depending on which class you play as. I would recommend either the squire or apprentice as a first class to start out with.

Once you reach level 15 you should play the first map on hard until you are about 23-25. At level 25 if you are playing the game on steam you should have 4 Team Fortress 2 pets to choose from to use. I would suggest having a pet if you choose start playing the first map on Insane at around level 25. This can help boost your towers defense, or make it so you do more damage. (If you are wondering about this method in more details watch the video below.)

While playing the first map on insane you should get 1-2 levels per play through if you do not fail the map. This should last until about level 45 that is where it will start taking about 2 times per level up. However at this point you should be able to play most the campaign maps if you have not done so already, and some of the challenge maps.

I hope this Dungeon Defenders easy leveling Guide has been helpful to you, if you did please tell me so. If you are looking for other Dungeon Defenders Guide check out the links below.

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Patty Kenyon 4 years ago from Ledyard, Connecticut

Interesting and Useful!!! I have never played this game but definitely seems like one that I would play...I love TD and RPGs!!! I will have to check this one out...Thanks for the Information!!

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sm825 4 years ago from The Uknown Author

Yeah Dungeon Defenders is a very well made game that has given me already 30 hours of game play and am still not bored of the game. Which is rare, since most games now days even role playing games only provide about 10-20 hours of game play before it gets boring. At least in my opinion anyways.

john 2 years ago

If you get bored quickly by a RPG try Dragons Dogma/DD: Dark Arisen … a really good but also a little bit hard game for many hours of gameplay - i am lv. 87 and i played for over 90 hours ps: the level cap is called infinte after reaching lv. 200 xD

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