Dragalia Lost Complete Guide to Team Building and Auto-Battling

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Welcome to Dragalia Lost, an action-RPG gacha game published by Nintendo and developed by Cygames. Dragalia Lost works on the bonds shared between Heroes and dragons focused on tons of grind, and with a multitude of different quests and items, it can be tough to identify the best ways to farm and play. The Daunting task is to compose a team that must consider the element advantage mechanic in the game to complete the battles in auto-battle mode; fret not, we have you covered.

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Intro

 

This Team-Building Guide is divided into shorter sections, explaining the complex concept behind what is required as an essential part of clearing content. THen team builds and then to what equipment does, which ones are required and finally, leading up to the Auto-Battle section, a complete detailed recommendation and structure explanation section. Team building is a guide many people can benefit from because many people don't know properly about team building. We will start with the general knowledge that people should know. You can download the game on PC and also read our in-depth guides for more information.

 

Content:

 

Your Beginner’s Team

Team Building Types, Considerations, and Tips

Auto-Battle Team-Building

Final Team Building Recommendations

Conclusion

 

Your Beginner’s Team:

 

After you have understood the basics from the beginner's guide, we now will discuss some base teams that can help you clear the early to mid-game content. After discussing Starter Teams, you can move on to more advanced teams’ selection and core scenarios and skills to formulate your teams. Finally, when you understand the end-game starters building of teams, you can start forming the Auto-teams or Auto-Battle teams, which we will discuss later in this guide.

 

When you begin the game and start collecting heroes, your team should be filled with four heroes, preferably with at least 2 DPS, one Buffer, and one Healer. You can add 3 DPS instead of 2 to clear the more straightforward content faster. Secondly, the game employs Elemental Advantage and Disadvantage in the fight mechanics where one element is more substantial against the other; we have discussed this in our Combat Mechanics guide.

 

Therefore, your team should encompass multiple elements, typically called a Rainbow team. If your team, later on, is reduced to 0 HP quite often, you can start building a mono-element team and adding new heroes into the roster.

 

Once you are settled on which and what type of team you want to use, you can add additional equipment. The equipment includes Weapons, Wyrmprints, and Dragons. Keeping this concept in mind, below is the list of a few teams that you can take as an example to go forward with your progression in the game.

 

  • Sample Rainbow Team

 

The Prince

 

Ranzal

 

Elisanne

 

Cleo

 

  • Sample Flame Team

 

The Prince

 

Aoi

 

Joe

 

Aurien

 

  • Sample Water Team

 

Jurota

 

Elisanne

 

Waike

 

Ricardt

 

  • Sample Wind team

 

Ranzal

 

Nicolas

 

Melody

 

Sophie

 

  • Sample Light team

 

Linus

 

Luca

 

Sharpshooter Joe

 

Hope

 

  • Sample Shadow team

 

Erik

 

Zace

 

Althemia

 

Cleo

 

Team Building Types, Considerations, and Tips:

 

This section deals with an overview of most aspects of the game that must be considered when opting and priming your teams, so we have explained each aspect in this section before going forward with optimum Auto-Battle Teams of each element.

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Considerations

 

General Comp:

 

Generally, in a team, for a single player, you want to do 2 DPS, one support one healer, or you can forego a healer and take 4 DPS if needed to clear the content much faster.

 

DPS:

 

As we said above, the more DPS heroes you have in your comp, the faster your clear speed will be initially. In the later game, you can choose from a variety of strong DPS Heroes to choose a few and buffed by buffers to gully maximize your efficiency. Some examples are;

 

The Prince (4* Fire)– One of the first free heroes you get in the game, and he is a Flame hero. His skill Blazing Circlet does AoE flame damage and can burn enemies, while his Exalted Fire deals damage to enemies in a line reduces DEF. Both of these skills and attributes are perfect for farming content that has a Wind element.

 

Gala Mym (5* Fire) – She is a Fire Hero who transformed into Brunhilda no matter the Dragon she is using. The transformation increases her STR by 15% and powers up her Flame of Passion skill that deals DMG to enemies in a line. If she is already in Shapeshift and already has Draconic Power, the damage increases. Here skill Dragon Claw does damage of Fire element while also increasing her STR by 20%.

 

Gala Alex (5* Dark) – A dark element Hero is a perfect member for a Dark Team comp. We have explained her usage in the team builds in the preceding sections. His Crisis Edge has two significant effects, primarily the skill deals shadow damage and reduces DEF, and you can use the skill again within 3 sec. When used during the window deals additional damage, and if the enemy has reduced DEG, it deals additional DMG. This skill has additional effects if the target has a buff or is in the break state. The same scenario is with Umbral Erasure.

 

Healers:

 

There is no need for more than one healer like Cleo, as nothing demands too much healing. Her Elder Cure skill can heal all allies and increases their healing potency while also increasing their STR. A few good examples of Healers for your team are written below.

 

Cleao (4* Dark) –Giving healing and cleanse to paralysis while increasing the STR of the team from the Skill Elder Cure and DEF of your team by 5% from Ancient Aegis. Her co-abilities Recovery Potency provides Skill Haste, and Dragon's Claw provides STR on Shapeshift for your team, and STR with each Shapeshift up to 3 times per quest.

 

Valentine's Hildegarde (5* Flame) –Her Blooming Love is a Healer and Buffer skill combined, first increasing the team's Recovery Potency by giving the team HP and increasing STR by 8%. Her Holy Protection skill gives teammates a bonus shield. These skills increase the team member's energy level 3 times while her co-abilities increase the team's Recovery Potency and the STR of Flame heroes.

 

Jiang Ziya (5* Water) –Her skill Curative Catch increases HP, Recovery Potency, STR, and cleanses Burning, while her Provident Protection Skill also increases DEF of the team. Her co-abilitiesRecovery Potency increase just that while other buffs Water-based Heroes with Health, Regen.

 

Grace (5* Dark) –We have discussed Grace in detail about her Dark Team comp below, but here we'll touch upon her skills a bit. Her Skill Sorrow's Requiem effects change when activated depending on the target's health. Below 40% HP increases DEF of all team, above 40% HP gives them Life Shield. Earnest Prayer simply increases the team's DEF by 100%.

 

Buffers:

 

One buffer is enough like Elisanne, as their primary purpose is to provide you with buffs in content to increase your damage or increase your skills Haste, as their primary skill is a buff than attack.

 

Elisanne (4* Water) – Her Buff Skill Time increases the duration of Buff skills while her Potent Burn Res and Stun Res provide RES to burning and stun simultaneously.

 

Patia (4*Dark)–We have her in our example comp below, as her skill Sparrow’s Guard increases all member’s STR by 15% DEF by 25% for 15 sec while here Swift Skewer causes bleeding to enemies after dealing some damage. She also increases buff skill’s duration due to her Buff Skill Time ability, and RES to Paralysis increased Crit Rate from other abilities.

 

Templar Hope (4* Wind) –His first Skill Knight's Spirit increases your team's DEF and STR, and the second Skill Blessed Sword deals Wind DMG to surrounding enemies. His co-abilities increase Dragon Gauge filling rate and STR and HP of Wind-based allies.

 

Variants:

 

Additionally, you are allowed to place only one variation of each character within the same team comp.

 

  • Gala Mym and Halloween Mym won’t be on the same team, as they're both Myms, same Hero.
  • Child Ranzal and Ranzal shouldn’t be on the same team composition because they're both Ranzal characters, even though they have significant appearance differences.
  • However, Sophie and Sophie (Persona) are allowed on the same team because they're different Heroes even though they share a name.

 

Rise of the Sinister Dominion:

 

The Dungeons have the Team Change mechanic in Rise of the Sinister Dominion. In this mechanic, variations of each Hero may be used across two different teams, but within a single team, the restriction still applies.

 

  • Both the Mym Variants cannot be on the same team at the same time.
  • However, Halloween Lowen can be placed on the first team, while Lowen can be placed on Team 2.

 

Concerning Dragons:

 

Dragons are a type of equipment that provides a bonus stat boost called the aura to the equipping Hero, so try to match the element of the Dragon to your Hero for a massive stat boost. For example, Prince wants a Flame Dragon called Brunhilda as Brunhilda provides the skill Flame STR to the user. And If the user is attuned to Flame: it increases strength by 20% at level 5 of the Dragon or sharing the same element also grants a 50% HP and strength increase to the Dragon's base stats. So, when selecting Heroes, a player should consider what elemental dragons are available to equip to those Heroes as well.

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Concerning Dragons

 

Similar to Heroes, exceptions may be made for unique off-element dragons. Following are some tips to consider for Dragons when incorporating them when Team-Building:

 

DPS – For DPSs in this game, match up with Dragon having STR Up, Increasing STR or Skill DMG Up which increases skill DMG aura as DPS needs more DPS to kill enemies faster.

 

When choosing Dragons for DPS characters, you can choose Strength or Skill Damage which depends on how much of the Hero’s total DPS comes from skills. A hero like Gala Alex relies on her skills for many of her DPS to want Skill Damage. Alternatively, a Hero such as Pipple doesn't have much Skill Damage, so he would prefer strength.

 

Healers – You should pair up Healers with Dragons providing HP up, which increases their max HP, which later is calculated into the healing formula, increasing the heals tremendously.

 

Buffers –Your Buffers will need Skill Haste Up to speed up their skill rotations, making them cast skills more quickly.

 

Off-Element Heroes and Dragons:

 

The abilities of the following Dragons still function on off-element adventurers: Mini Mids, Mini Zodi, Mini Hildy, Mini Mercs, Fatalis, and Arsène. Off-element options of these Dragons make them pretty good choices if you need a filler dragon, as they're stronger than story dragons. The healing skills of Phoenix and Freyja grant a potent regen heal that can heal an entire team to full, making them incredibly valuable even off-element, even in raids.

 

Tiny Typhoon Mini Mids (5* Wind) – Celebratory Storm skill deals Wind Damage while HP & Strength ability increases STR and HP.

 

Little Slice of Awkward Mini Zodi (5* Dark) – Jubilant Catastrophe deals Shadow DMG while Ability is the same as Mini Mids.

 

First & Last Mini Hildy (5* Flame) – Her Celebratory Blast deals Fire DMG to surrounding enemies while ability is the same as above two Dragons.

 

Harvest Goddess Freyja (5* Wind) – Breath of Life, Restores HP to all allies with 42% Recovery Potency, continues healing over the next 20 seconds with 30% Recovery Potency every 2.9 seconds energizes the entire team. (Might: 100) and (Wind) HP is a skill where if the user is attuned to Wind: increases HP by 30%. (Might: 0).

 

Weapon:

 

Most of the time, you want to equip whichever weapon gives you the most STR (not might) on a particular Hero. Matching a weapon's and the Hero's element also multiplies the weapon's stats by x1.5, so you should try to match the elements whenever you are able. We want to acquire some particular weapons later, but we'll discuss this matter soon. For now, using basic 3* or 4* weapons should be fine.

 

Wyrmprints Choice:

 

You can read about Wyrmprints basic in our introductory guide to Wyrmprints. In later stages of the game, if you have a rare weapon, the higher the number of prints you can equip. 2 and 3* weapons can only put in 2 Wyrmprints while 4* can 3 and 5* can 4. If the 5* weapon is elemental, it can equip 5 Wyrmprints just like a 6* weapon. Effectively and precisely selecting wyrm prints will highly depend on the Hero’s skills and your choice. It is paramount to analyze the Wyrmprint's abilities and decide which Heromatches best with the provided abilities.

 

DPS –Your DPS should equip Skill DMG Up (increases the user's skill damage or enhances the user's skill effect) or STR Up (increases the user's strength) to improve damage output or skill’s efficiency as preferred Wyrmprints. CRIT rate and DMG are both also viable.

 

Healers –Should get HP Up because more HP means more Healing or Skill Haste Up; you can cast more healing skills.

 

Buffers – The concept behind Buffers is similar to healers in terms of what they require Buff Time Up so that buffs will last longer, and Buffers can cast skill Haste Up, so more buffs. Skill DMG Up, STR Up, and other Wyrmprints for DPS are also usually suitable for defense de-buffers, as de-buffers tend to deal a noticeable amount of damage (i.e., a hybrid DPS/support).

 

Shapeshifting – Heroes that can shapeshift regularly tend to also benefit from wyrm prints with Dragon's Claws (Each shapeshifts increases STR for the remainder of the quest (up to three times per quest)) and Dragon's Skill where each shapeshifts increases attack skill damage by 8% (up to three times per quest).

 

Auto-Battle –When auto-battling, your main Hero may benefit from wyrm prints with Dragon's Scales (for an increase in DEF while shapeshifting), Flame Res Up, Water Res Up, etc. which are mostly elemental RES and also HP 70 for DEF.

 

AI Heroes may prefer carrying Flame Res Up, Water Res Up, Wind Res Up, etc. These are RES to particular element attunement. The above is also true for Last Recovery ability, which enhances their survivability.

 

High-Risk High Reward –Some wyrmprints have high risk, high reward abilities such as Endless Waltz's Full HP = Strength +15%. The Endless Waltz ability states that Wyrmprint ability(ies) upgrades once after being unbound twice and again when entirely unbound, and Full HP increases STR. Suppose a player can maintain the adventurer's HP levels (which may be easier on ranged characters vs. melee or with regen healing). In that case, the additional stats and DMG these abilities provide may pay off. Ultimately, this is all dependent on coming together with what skills and abilities a Hero has and play style.

 

Shared Skills When Team-Building:

 

This mechanic allows your main Hero to equip skills from other members of your team. The game gives you free characters and has their skills available for free. For every other Hero you get via pulls or events, you must unlock their skills via Tomes and get the unit to level 80 with 50 mana circle nodes unlocked.

 

  • Tomes are rare and expensive so spend on your heroes in the end-game when you know enough to invest because mana circle nodes up to 50 is a heavy investment.
  • Use the beginner characters skills like Ranzel, DEF increase from Defense and HP 60, which increases HP, and Elisanne’s HP, which Increases HP by 15%, which benefits your whole team. And HP 60 for her as well, for now.

 

Optimization Function:

 

The Optimize function prioritizes maximizing Might, which may be appropriate to unlock quests, but will often give un-optimal compositions. For example, the Optimize function will, in most cases, pair wyrm prints that do not benefit the selected Hero at all due to class locks. Therefore, while you can use this function for your ease, you are strongly advised to evaluate teams created using Optimize to make sure it suits their needs before starting quests.

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Optimization

 

We recommend using the optimize function by tweaking a few of the settings in the function depending upon your need first. Either you can use the optimize function after selecting your heroes, in the case of multiple elements, or you have already chosen a few heroes and then don't either have a healer to match or a buffer. Secondly, you can click the element first and then click optimize to form a team optimized towards that particular element. Element optimization will include best in everything only from that element.

 

Auto-Battle Team-Building:

 

The builds that we show below are when you want to tackle content during auto battling because you are grinding for levels or materials or want to complete a particular event. The auto-battle teams aren't a showcase or structured for winning a Tier list but an explanation of how fine-tuning of the team should look like in our humble opinion while playing Dragalia Lost. These teams are built around the synergy to balance DMG and survival, so you do not have to change after every few fights.

 

Essential Points Before Choosing and Making Auto Teams:

 

We know that you play differently from AI, so many challenges come while building teams for Auto-Battle Content. Therefore, you need to consider the following considerations:

 

  • The Hero will execute all the complete weapon combo until interrupted by some external force. The AI's movement and actions don't change at any HP, so critically low HPheroes will also charge straight into danger and won't consider positioning as you do.
  • Heroes will target invulnerable enemies and Bosses such as the Phantom Assault silhouettes or enemies with shields up even a little.
  • Heroes use Skills the moment they’re charged; the AI is supposed to be designed this way.
  • Assisting and shapeshifting won’t be used without your intervention.
  • Heroes can run and move endlessly towards and against obstacles, getting stuck most times. However, this is not an issue anymore as many environmental obstacles are removed, especially logs in Imperial Onslaught (Water).
  • Finding and killing low-level enemies reduces the time taken to kill the boss while running down the timer. Precisely the reason multi-target weapons and AoE skills are paramount as they can damage the boss while also clearing out smaller targets, so the AI is no longer distracted by them.
  • For all these reasons, survivability and complete status immunity become essential. Brute-forcing with high STR and Might is common-- typical Auto-battle teams have 12,000 to 15,000 Might. Having extra weapon Skills is also a massive boon since this means more iframes and likely AoE damage. The most recommended weapons are the typical 4★ ones. Void Weapons generally aren't included since they miss out on an active Skill, but some have passives that are great for IO anyways (Slayer's STR, Recovery Potency Skills).

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Might Guide

 

  • Bringing more than one healer is also a common approach to let the lead attackers focus on their job. This higher frequency of heals offers a larger safety net, given the DPS can finish the boss within the time limit. Conversely, well-equipped parties may opt for fewer healers in exchange for faster clear times.
  • The success rate isn't 100% even with full considerations, primarily when the AI targets things other than the boss.
  • Because the AI attacks at slower speeds as tapping to your speed aren't involved, you should make your team members carry slow weapon types that deal heavier DPS. Later attacks in the combo chain also won't be used, so skill charge is slower on teammates.
  • Best for when you are controlling is fast attacks with Dagger and Blade
  • Somewhere in the middle are the Swords and Lances.
  • Best for AI are healing and slow weapons, including Axes, Staffs, Wands, and Bows.
  • During Raids and solo battles, one of the primary responsibilities of a team leader is charging and using skills. Red and yellow telegraphed attacks can be dodged using immunity frames, which provide teamwide protection during skill animations. Therefore, fast attackers-- especially those carrying Skill Prep or Skill Haste-- work best in the lead position.
  • Each of these builds comes with alternative suggestions so you understand what idea you can build around as you may not have pulled optimal and higher Tier Heroes.

 

Flame Auto-Battle Team:

 

The primary Flame team, as well as backups as alternatives, are listed below:

 

Main Team

 

  • Karl, Hero of Justice, 4* Flame, Support, Sword
  • Yue, Hungry Hunter, 4* Flame, Defense, Ax
  • Sinoa, Intrepid Scholar, 4* Flame, Support, Wand
  • Verica, Guiding Seer, 4* Fire, Healer, Staff

 

Alternatives

 

  • Naveed, Suave Lithomancer, 5* Flame, Attacker, Sword
  • Ramona, Impassioned Blacksmith, 5* Flame, Attacker, Ax
  • Gala Sarisse, The Crimson Star, 5* Flame, Support, Bow
  • Vixel, Musical Maestro, 4* Light, Healer, Staff

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Fire Team

 

Karl:

 

Karl brings forth tremendous offense and good DMG uptime for the entire party. As the lead Hero, Slayer's STR will allow Karl to build strength stacks to finish the battle quickly.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles:40

 

Skill 1 – Vanquishing Flame: Deals flame damage to surrounding enemies.

 

Skill 2 – Soul Ignition (Shared Skill): Increases the entire team's strength by 20% for 15 seconds.

 

Ability 1 – Slayer's Strength: Increases strength by % for every five enemies defeated (up to five times per quest).

 

Ability 2 – Sleep Res: Reduces susceptibility to sleep by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Dragon Haste: Increases dragon gauge fill rate by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Karl Recommendations:

 

  • Dragons

 

Prometheus

 

High Brunhilda

 

Cerberus

 

  • Weapon

 

Levatein

 

Inferno Apogee

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

The Shining Overlord

 

Jewels of the Sun

 

Yue:

 

The combination of Yue's Defense co-ability and a multi-target DMG Skill with Stun capabilities make for an excellent teammate. Given the relative ease of this fight, the downsides of Wild Instinct are appropriately covered with Last Defense ability which is provided by How to Flee Properly and her passive.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Knockout Blow: Deals flame damage to enemies directly ahead and inflict stun.

 

Skill 2 – Wild Instinct (Shared Skill): Activates "Wild Child" for 20 seconds. During Wild Child, the user's critical rate increases by 30%, their HP is restored by 3% of the damage inflicted, and their defense is reduced by 40%.

 

Ability 1 – Last Defense: Buffs DEF by 60% for 15 seconds when HP drops to 30% (once per quest).

 

Ability 2 – Sleep Res: Reduces susceptibility to sleep by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Defense: Increases defense by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Co-Ability Chain – (Flame) HP Below 40% = Strength +10%: If a team member is attuned to (Flame): increases their strength by 14% when their HP is 40% or below. Benefits your whole team.

 

Yue Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Agni

 

Cerberus

 

Ifrit

 

  • Weapon

 

Axe of the Blazing King

 

Heavenwrath Gaze

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Louise's Hobbies

 

How to Flee Properly

 

Tough Love

 

Sinoa:

 

She adds a random element to IO runs. Will she boost DEF, increasing team survivability, or will she boost attack for quicker damage? It's a bit unclear, given she effectively takes the spot of a second healer, so she'll be casting reliably, thanks to Sleep res.

 

Halidom Grooms is added for additional Buff Time, while Jewels of the Sun provides a balanced offense and Skill Haste mix. Bellathorna can be equipped in place of Halidom Grooms, and the defensive Wyrmprints can be run in place of Jewels of the Sun if needed, such as How to Flee Properly or even Glorious Tempest.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Custom Concoction (Shared Skill): Applies one of the following at random to the entire team: Increases STR by 25% for 15 seconds Increases DEF for 15 seconds Increases Crit rate by 25% for 10 seconds and increases max HP by 15% for the remainder of the quest.

 

Skill 2 – Blundering Bomber: Deals flame damage to the target and nearby enemies.

 

Ability 1 – Full HP = Strength: Increases strength by 13% when HP is full.

 

Ability 2 – Sleep Res: Reduces susceptibility to sleep by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Skill Damage: Increases attack skill damage by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Sinoa Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Cerberus

 

Ifrit

 

Prometheus

 

High Brunhilda

 

  • Weapon

 

Terranigmus

 

Scepter of Infinite Fire

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Jewels of the Sun

 

Plunder Pals

 

Verica:

 

She aims to help Stun RES even if she is off-element while her health Regen is viable in all game modes.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles:40

 

Skill 1 – Blessings of Destiny (Shared Skill): Restores HP to all the allies, keeps on healing over the next 15 sec, and removes stun. It will also increase the entire team's strength by 15% for 60 seconds. This strength increase will not stack.

 

Skill 2 – Time's Respite: Restores HP to the team member most in need.

 

Ability 1 – Full HP = Healing: Increases the potency of recovery skills by 15% when HP is full.

 

Ability 2 – StunRes: Reduces susceptibility to stun by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Recovery Potency: Increases the potency of recovery skills by 20%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building

 

Verica Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Phoenix

 

High Brunhilda

 

Cinder Drake

 

  • Weapon

 

The staff of the Red Emperor

 

Beauty's Balm

 

  • Wyrmprints

 

Louise's Hobbies

 

Jewels of the Sun

 

The Chocolatiers

 

Vixel (Alternative 1):

 

If bringing in an additional healer, Vixel is the top choice. While Verica can function quite well already, the added security of Sleep Res guarantees uptime for Vixel. Uptime for Vixel is critical since his Spirited Song has a somewhat high SP cost, and he will want to cast Agitato Assault as much as possible to boost his and Verica's healing.

 

Skill 1 – Spirited Song (Shared Skill): Restores HP to all allies, continues gradually healing over time, and increases the entire team's strength.

 

Skill 2 – Agitato Assault: Restores HP to all allies, increases the potency of the entire team's recovery skills, and increases their energy levels.

 

Ability 1 – Full HP = Healing: Increases the potency of recovery skills by 15% when HP is full.

 

Ability 2 – Sleep Res: Reduces susceptibility to sleep by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Recovery Potency: Increases the potency of recovery skills by 20%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Vixel Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Jeanne d'Arc

 

Unicorn

 

Halloween Silke

 

  • Weapon

 

Light of Judgment

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Give Me Your Wounded

 

Louise's Hobbies

 

Jewels of the Sun

 

Naveed (Alternative 2):

 

While sporting minor overall offense compared to Karl, Naveed is well-suited for this battle on auto, as Radiant Bauble provides periodic Defense buffs and synergizes greatly with Valiant Crown and The Heroes Arrive.

 

Skill 1 – Crystalline Blades: Deals flame DMG to enemies directly ahead of you and shoots flame blades towards them relative to the number of times "you used radiant Bauble." You can enhance this skill up to five times.

 

Skill 2 – Radiant Bauble: Activates "Crystalline Blades Buffed." Increases the user's defense by 20% and strength by 20% for 10 seconds and enhances the "Crystalline Blades" skill for the remainder of the quest. You can enhance the skill up to five times.

 

Ability 1 – Slayer's Strength: Increases strength by % for every five enemies defeated (up to five times per quest).

 

Ability 2 – Sleep Res: Reduces susceptibility to sleep by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Dragon Haste: Increases dragon gauge fill rate by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Naveed Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Gala Mars

 

Konohana Sakuya

 

Arctos

 

  • Weapon

 

Nothung

 

Absolute Crimson

 

Chimeratech Commander

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

The Shining Overlord

 

Flash of Genius

 

Me and My Bestie!

 

First-Rate Hospitality

 

To the Extreme!

 

Water Auto-Battle Team:

 

First, we’ll list a tried and tested list of some of the Water heroes that you can use.

 

Main Team

 

  • Karina, Free-Spirited Pirate, 4* Water, Defense, Ax
  • Luther, Passionate Dancer, 4* Water, Support, Dagger
  • Verica, Guiding Seer, 4* Fire, Healer, Staff
  • Nurse Aeleen, Battle-Tested Nurse, 4*Water, Healer, Staff

 

Alternatives

 

  • Xander, Born Ruler, 5* Water, Attacker, Sword
  • Dragonyule Cleo, Belle Bestower, 5* Water, Support, Dagger
  • Renee, Future Smithing Genius, 4* Water, Support, Dagger
  • Thaniel, Shifty Sailor 4* Water, Healer, Staff

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Water Team

 

Karina:

 

She can provide DEF co-ability, has multi-target DMG, and also can provide Stun RES. Thaniel is a must for getting a steady stream of healing Double buff as Aside from her weapon's skill, she can’t have that, but her frequent AoE damage will help clear the map making her a perfect farmer.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Raging Tide (Shared Skill): Deals water damage to enemies directly ahead. The more buffs you have, the higher the skill boost received and the greater the damage dealt.

 

Skill 2 – Black Flag: Deals water damage to surrounding enemies and draws them toward the user. It also increases the user's defense by 30% for 30 seconds.

 

Ability 1 – Healing Doublebuff: Grants an HP regen buff for 25 seconds each time a defense up buff is received.

 

Ability 2 – Stun Res: Reduces susceptibility to stun by 100%. When you are hit by an attack that would have stunned them, their strength increases by 15% for 10 sec. After activating, this buff will not re-activate again for 15 seconds.

 

Co-Abilities – Defense: Increases defense by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Karina Recommendations:

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Summer Paladyns

 

Felyne Hospitality

 

His Clever Brother

 

  • Dragons

 

Gaibhne & Creidhne

 

Siren

 

Leviathan

 

  • Weapon

 

Ohohagari

 

Mercy's Azure Tide

 

Chimeratech Helmetia

 

Luther:

 

Luther is here to support Karina by helping with complete Stun immunity while adding High Offense Combo.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles:40

 

Skill 1 – Legato Step (Shared Skill): Deals water damage to surrounding enemies and inflicts frostbite. Frostbitten foes take extra damage.

 

Skill 2 – Terpsichore: Deals water damage to enemies directly ahead and reduces their strength and defense by 5%.

 

Ability 1 – Flurry Devastation: Increases critical rate by 8% when the combo count is 15 or higher.

 

Ability 2 – Stun Res: Reduces susceptibility to stun by 100%. When you are hit by an ATK that would have stunned them, their strength increases by 15% for 10 sec. After activating, you will not activate this buff again for 15 seconds.

 

Co-Abilities – Critical Rate: Increases critical rate by 10%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Luther Recommendations:

 

  • Dragons

 

Dragonyule Jeanne

 

Leviathan

 

Vodyanoy

 

  • Weapon

 

Lux Lamina

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Levin's Champion, The Prince of Dragonyule

 

Howling Predator, Ring of Exaltation

 

Dueling Dancers, Flash of Genius

 

Verica:

 

She aims to help Stun RES even if she is off-element while her health Regen is viable in all game modes. She has been explained in detail above in the Auto-Battle Fire team. For her detail, look up there.

 

Nurse Aeleen:

 

Another Healer but Water to match the team, and both her skills are healing based while also providing skill prep, allowing her to be the core part of the Water team.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles:40

 

Skill 1 – Medicinal Cure: Restores HP to all allies, gradually healing over time and increases the entire team's strength and defense.

 

Skill 2 – Naturopathy (Shared Skill): Restores HP to the user and nearby allies, increases their max HP, and removes stun.

 

Ability 1 – Skill Prep: Fills 75% of skill gauges at the start of quests.

 

Ability 2 – Stun Res: Reduces susceptibility to stun by 50%.

 

Co-Abilities – Recovery Potency: Increases the potency of recovery skills by 20%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Nurse Aeleen Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Simurgh

 

High Mercury

 

Peng Lai

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Give Me Your Wounded

 

Pipe Down

 

Xander (Alternate 1):

 

Xander shines when Auto-battling as AI can now use the Force Strike when needed. He is a good AoE DD due to his skills and best for his aggressive sword combos.

 

Skill 1 – Majestic Tide (Shared Skill): Deals water DMG to enemies in a line. The more buffs you have, the higher the skill boost received and the greater the damage dealt.

 

Skill 2 – Royal Maelstrom: Deals water DMG to the surrounding enemies. The more buffs the user has, the higher the skill boost received and the greater the damage dealt.

 

Ability 1 – Striker's Strength: Increases strength by % for every three enemies defeated with force strikes (up to five times per quest).

 

Ability 2 - Stun Res: Reduces susceptibility to stun by 50%.

 

Co-Abilities – Dragon Haste: Increases dragon gauge fill rate by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Xander Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Gaibhne & Creidhne

 

Siren

 

Leviathan

 

  • Weapon

 

Ame no Murakumo

 

Absolute Aqua

 

Chimeratech Anomalocaris

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

The Shining Overlord

 

Beauty's Secret

 

The Shining Overlord

 

Renee (Alternative 2):

 

PrimedDevastation provides a great source of Crit Rate for your lead Hero. The ability to inflict Bog and Defense debuff makes it easier for your party to whittle down the boss.

 

Skill 1 – Droplet Slash (Shared Skill): Deals water damage to enemies directly ahead, inflicts bog, and reduces their defense by 5% for 10 seconds. This defense reduction effect will not stack.

 

Skill 2 – Drenching Strike: Deals water damage to surrounding enemies, increases the user's defense by 20% for 20 seconds, and activates "Cooling Master." When this effect is active, the user's next force strike will inflict freeze.

 

Ability 1 – Primed Devastation: Increases the critical rate of the adventurer you are currently controlled by 6% for 5 seconds every time their initial skill, displayed at the top of their skill list, becomes available for use. After activating, you will not activate this ability again for 15 seconds.

 

Ability 2 – Stun Res: Reduces susceptibility to stun by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Critical Rate: Increases critical rate by 10%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Renee Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Leviathan

 

Dragonyule Jeanne

 

Vodyanoy

 

  • Weapon

 

Lux Lamina

 

The Dreamer’s Greatsword

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Resounding Rendition

 

Flash of Genius

 

Wind Auto-Battle Team:

 

Below is the list of recommended teams with Alternatives:

 

Main Team

 

  • Addis, Noble Warrior, 4* Wind, Attacker, Blade
  • Aeleen, Mercurial Lancer, 4* Wind, Support, Lance
  • Lowen, Dependable Brother, Wind, Healer, Staff
  • Wedding Xania, Magical Bride, 4* Wind, Healer, Staff

 

Alternative

 

  • Sylas, Adept Aromatherapist, 5* Wind, Support, Lance
  • Wedding Aoi, Ninja Bride, 5* Wind, Support, Dagger
  • Gala Ranzal, Seasoned Tactician, 5* Wind, Attacker, Sword
  • Johanna, Untamed Warrioress, 3* Wind, Defender, Ax

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Wind Team

 

Addis:

 

Addis is the primary part of this Freeze-resistant team, sporting higher DPS than Aeleen and better multi-target DMG. He'll often use his upgraded Bamboo Cutter on smaller enemies, but when Poison or Bleeding does land on the boss, it's a nice boon. Valiant Crown is advised for synergy with Lowen and Aeleen-- among the two of them, Addis will enjoy constantly boosted DEF and STR.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Bamboo Cutter (Shared Skill): Deals wind damage to enemies directly ahead and inflicts poison.

 

Skill 2 – Dignified Soul: Increases the user's STR by 25% for 10 sec. While Dignified Soul skill is active, Bamboo Cutter will inflict bleeding instead of poison.

 

Ability 1 – Bleeding Punisher: Increases damage to bleeding enemies by 8%.

 

Ability 2 – Freeze Res: Reduces susceptibility to freezing by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Strength: Increases strength by 10%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Addis Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Gala Reborn Zephyr

 

Midgardsormr Zero

 

Vayu

 

Roc

 

  • Weapon

 

Arondight

 

Chimeratech Benzoin (Water Chimera fights)

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

A Man Unchanging     

 

Memory of a Friend

 

Valiant Crown

 

Brothers in Arms

 

Aeleen:

 

While Aeleen can be a leader, her support-oriented kit naturally leads her to the second slot. Her primary function is to buff and support Addis while also keeping the healers alive. You can use a Valiant Crown for extra damage with Valkyrie Blast, her low-cost AoE Skill.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Valkyrie Blast: Deals wind damage to the target and nearby enemies.

 

Skill 2 – Valhallan Ballad (Shared Skill): Increases the entire team's defense by 20% and strength by 10% for 15 seconds.

 

Ability 1 – Buff Skill Time: Increases duration of buff skills by 25%.

 

Ability 2 – Freeze Res: Reduces susceptibility to freezing by 50%.

 

Co-Abilities – HP: Increases HP by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Aeleen Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Gala Reborn Zephyr

 

Freyja

 

Ariel

 

Roc

 

  • Weapon

 

Rhongomyniad (Ciella's Wrath)

 

Chimeratech Caraway (Wind Chimera)

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Dragon and Tamer

 

Memory of a Friend

 

Jewels of the Sun

 

Castle Cheer Corps

 

Lowen:

 

AsMyriage Lake can be one of the more hard IO stages, having two healers helps. Lowen is an excellent option, thanks to his powerful burst heal and DEF buff. When teamed up with Wedding Xania, Lowen's lack of Freeze Res is not an issue.

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building 1

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Winds, Heal Us! (Shared Skill): Restores HP to all allies, removes bog, and increases the entire team's STR by 15% for 60 seconds. This STR increase will not stack.

 

Skill 2 – Winds, Protect Us! Increases the entire team's DEF by 25% for 15 seconds, gradually recovers their HP for 15 seconds, and increases each Hero's max HP by 15% for the remainder of the quest. Once HP buffs reach the max limit, an HP recovery effect is given instead.        

 

Ability 1 – Skill Prep: Fills 75% of skill gauges at the start of quests.

 

Ability 2 – Bog Res: Reduces susceptibility to bog by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Recovery Potency: Increases the potency of recovery skills by 20%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Lowen Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Freyja

 

Garuda

 

Zephyr

 

  • Weapon

 

Avalon

 

Beauty's Balm (active healing Skill)

 

Rise and Fall (Skill Prep)

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

A Dog's Day

 

Study Rabbits

 

Give Me Your Wounded

 

From Whence He Comes

 

Bellathorna

 

Wedding Xania:

 

She positions herself as the main Wind healer for Imperial Onslaught with Freeze RES, as she gives healing with her Skills. For teams that choose to run a single healer, prioritize Wedding Xania over Lowen.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles:40

 

Skill 1 – Dream Wedding (Shared Skill): Restores HP to all allies, removes freeze, and increases the entire team's STR by 15% for 60 seconds. This strength increase will not stack.

 

Skill 2 – Love's Protection: Increases the entire team's defense by 10% for 15 seconds and gradually recovers their HP for 15 seconds.

 

Ability 1 – Full HP = Healing: Increases the potency of recovery skills by 15% when HP is full.

 

Ability 2 – Freeze Res: Reduces susceptibility to freezing by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Recovery Potency: Increases the potency of recovery skills by 20%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Wedding Xania Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Freyja

 

High Midgardsormr

 

Zephyr

 

  • Weapon

 

Ancient Mage's Windcane

 

Beauty's Balm

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Give Me Your Wounded

 

Pipe Down

 

Gentle Winds

 

King's Countenance

 

Sylas (Alternative 1):

 

AnA-grade auto-battle support, Sylas has team buffs, decent STR, Last Recovery, and of course, Freeze Res. Aeleen is still the better pick mainly for Doublebuff uptime, but those running Lowen anyways will prefer the variety introduced by Inspiring Scent.

 

Skill 1 – Woodland Spear (Shared Skill): Deals wind damage to enemies directly ahead, reduces their strength by 10%, and inflicts poison.

 

Skill 2 – Inspiriting Scent: Increases the entire team's skill gauge fill rate by 30% for 15 sec and applies one of the following at random: Increases STR by 25% for 15 seconds Increases defense by 25% for 15 seconds Increases max HP by 20% for the remainder of the quest. It also occasionally grants all of the above bonuses at the same time and removes all afflictions.

 

Ability 1 – Last Recovery: Grants an HP regen buff for 20 seconds when HP drops to 30% (three times per quest). After activating, this buff will not activate again for 15 seconds.

 

Ability 2 – Freeze Res: Reduces susceptibility to freezing by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – HP: Increases HP by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Sylas Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Vayu

 

Ariel

 

Pazuzu

 

  • Weapon

 

Guiding Gale

 

Chimeratech Caraway

 

Spear of the Northern Cross

 

Tempest Lance

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Resounding Rendition

 

The Fires of Hate

 

Wedding Aoi:

 

She brings sleep infliction and healing via her ATK Skills, which help support the party while remaining offensive at the same time. Freeze Res allows her to ATK without worry.

 

Skill 1 – Ninja Bride Sweep (Shared Skill): Deals wind damage to enemies directly ahead, draws them toward the user, and inflicts sleep.

 

Skill 2 – Ninja Bride Sunshower: Deals wind damage to enemies directly ahead and restores HP to all allies. Sleeping foes take extra damage.

 

Ability 1 – Sleep = Team Strength: Buffs the entire team's strength by 15% for 10 seconds upon successfully putting an enemy to sleep. After activating, you will not activate this ability again for five seconds.

 

Ability 2 – Freeze Res: Reduces susceptibility to freezing by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Critical Rate: Increases critical rate by 10%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Wedding Aoi Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Zephyr

 

Roc

 

Yulong

 

  • Weapon

 

Karlsnautr

 

The Gale

 

The Dreamer's Greatsword

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Resounding Rendition

 

Flash of Genius

 

Shadow Auto-Battle Team:

 

Now we are going to discuss Shadow team recommendations.

 

Main Team

 

  • Berserker, Frenzied Warrior, 4* Shadow, Dender, Sword
  • Alex, Shadow Assassin, 4* Shadow, Attacker, Dagger
  • Cleo, Belle Healer, 4* Shadow, Healer, Staff
  • Hildegarde, Devout Oracle, 5* Light, Healer, Staff

 

Alternatives

 

  • Gala Cleo, Supreme Sorcerer, 5* Shadow, Support, Wand
  • Kleimann, Mad Scientist, 4* Shadow, Support, Wand
  • Erik, Feral Noble, 3* Shadow, Attacker, Ax
  • Heinwald, Seeker of Truth, 5* Shadow, Staff

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Shadow Team

 

Berserker:

 

Being one of the few Blind immune Heroes in the game, Berserker is a reliable source of DPS. The Living Fortress has no problem with the inevitable face tanking that accompanies auto-battling. If running with potent healers, a second offensive Wyrmprint, like Astounding Trick, can be considered.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles:40

 

Skill 1 – Calamity Wheel (Shared Skill): Deals Shadow damage to surrounding enemies and reduces their strength by 5%.

 

Skill 2 – Living Fortress: Increases strength by 30% for 15 sec and increases the max HP by 10% for the totality of the quest. Once HP buffs reach the limit, an HP recovery effect is granted instead.

 

Ability 1 – Striker's Skill: Increases attack skill damage by % for every three enemies defeated with your force strikes (up to five times per quest).

 

Ability 2 – Blindness Res: Reduces susceptibility to blindness by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Dragon Haste: Increases dragon gauge fill rate by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Berserker Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Marishiten

 

Nyarlathotep

 

Juggernaut

 

  • Weapon

 

Dáinsleif

 

Dark Dementia

 

Blood Price

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

The Shining Overlord

 

Resounding Rendition

 

Tough Love

 

Alex:

 

Rejoice, for the third fully Blind-resistant Adventurer is here! While her Full HP Skill Damage will be zero most of the time, Alex employs a great Skill rotation thanks to low SP costs and Skill Haste, which frequently brings forth AoE damage and iframes to the mix.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Shadow Weaver (Shared Skill): Deals Shadow damage to surrounding enemies, inflicts poison, and reduces their defense by 5% for 10 seconds. This defense reduction effect will not stack.

 

Skill 2 – Silent Reaper: Deals Shadow damage to the target and nearby enemies. Enemies in break state take extra damage.

 

Ability 1 – Full HP = Skill Damage: Increases attack skill damage by 35% when HP is full.

 

Ability 2 – Blindness: Reduces susceptibility to blindness by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Critical Rate: Increases critical rate by 10%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Alex Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Marishiten

 

Juggernaut

 

Phantom

 

  • Weapon

 

Honor Edge

 

The Dreamer's Greatsword

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Twin fold Bonds

 

The Plaguebringer

 

Cleo:

 

She is one of the most accessible healers in the game and has the bonus of cleansing the Eyeflies' occasional Paralysis. Since she's a similar element as the team's attackers, increasing her Recovery Potency with two dedicated Wyrmprints should be enough.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Elder Cure (Shared Skill): Restores HP to all allies, removes paralysis, and increases the entire team's strength by 15% for 60 seconds. This strength increase will not stack.

 

Skill 2 – Ancient Aegis: Increases the entire team's defense by 25% for 15 seconds and gradually recovers their HP for 15 seconds.

 

Ability 1 – Skill Prep: Fills 75% of skill gauges at the start of quests.

 

Ability 2 – Paralysis Res: Reduces susceptibility to paralysis by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Recovery Potency: Increases the potency of recovery skills by 20%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Cleo Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Nidhogg

 

Silke

 

Maritimus

 

  • Weapon

 

Caduceus

 

Aria of Lamentation

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

New World Escort

 

Give Me Your Wounded

 

Hildegarde:

 

She serves as a strong foundation for many teams; she gets a lot done with a Regen Shield and burst heal. The Greatest Gift serves as an excellent player EXP booster, but a recovery potency Wyrmprint can easily be swapped out when more healing is needed.

 

Level: 80

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Radiant Savior (Shared Skill): Restores HP to all allies, removes curses, and increases the entire team's strength by 15% for 60 seconds. This strength increase will not stack.

 

Skill 2 – Sacred Guardian: Grants all teammates a one-use shield that nullifies damage less than 30% of the user's maximum HP and grants all teammates an HP regen buff for 15 seconds. The Shield does not stack with any other shields of the same type.

 

Ability 1 – Skill Prep: Fills 100% of skill gauges at the start of quests.

 

Ability 2 – Curse Res: Reduces susceptibility to curses by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Recovery Potency: Increases the potency of recovery skills by 20%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Hildegarde Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Tie Shan Gongzhu

 

Jeanne d'Arc

 

Liger

 

  • Weapon

 

Del Frith

 

Heavensneer

 

Chimeratech Procyon

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Warrior Maiden

 

Study Rabbits

 

Castle Cheer Corps

 

Seaside Memory

 

Dragon's Nest

 

Kleimann (Alternative 1):

 

Though a Blind-immune Adventurer, Kleimann may sometimes have trouble surviving due to a lack of self-supporting options. Nevertheless, the Force Strike passive helps during Overdrive, and the boosted Skill Damage remains a valuable asset for AoE damage.

 

Skill 1 – Shadowshackle (Shared Skill): Deals Shadow damage to enemies in a line.

 

Skill 2 – Forbidden Sphere: Deals Shadow damage to the target and nearby enemies and inflicts sleep. Poisoned foes take extra damage.

 

Ability 1 – Force Strike: Increases force strike damage by 40%.

 

Ability 2 – Blindness Res: Reduces susceptibility to blindness by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Skill Damage: Increases attack skill damage by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Kleimann Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Shinobi

 

Marishiten

 

Juggernaut

 

  • Weapon

 

Underworld Despair

 

Dirge of Desperation

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Resounding Rendition

 

Flash of Genius

 

Heinwald (Alternative 2):

 

While lacking Blind Res, Heinwald brings a balanced approach between offense and healing. Parties with good sustain may opt for Heinwald, especially if Gala Cleo is present, as the latter cannot be brought alongside regular Cleo for healing purposes.

 

Skill 1 – Call of Chaos: Deals Shadow damage to the target and nearby enemies and restores HP to all allies. If the attack connects, it restores an additional 3% of the damage inflicted as HP to all allies. This recovery caps at 8% of their maximum HP.

 

Skill 2 – Abyssal Connection: Activates "Abyssal Connection" for 10 seconds. During Abyssal Connection, the user's strength is increased by 25%, and the Call of Chaos skill is powered up. It also increases the strength of nearby allies by 15%.

 

Ability 1 – HP 70% = Skill Damage:Increases attack skill damage by 40% when HP is 70% or above.

 

Ability 2 – Paralysis Res: Reduces susceptibility to paralysis by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Recovery Potency: Increases the potency of recovery skills by 20%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Heinwald Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Nidhogg

 

Silke

 

Nyarlathotep

 

  • Weapon

 

Caduceus

 

Beauty's Balm

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Resounding Rendition

 

United by One Vision

 

Give Me Your Wounded

 

Pipe Down

 

Light Auto-Battle Team:

 

Finally, after discussing all other elements, we’ll finish off the Auto-Battle Teams with Light Teams.

 

Main Team

 

  • Odetta, Wanderlust Incarnate, 4* Light, Attacker, Sword
  • Fritz, Dagger Magnificence, 4* Light, Support, Dagger
  • Malka, Golden Armorer, 3* Light, Support, Lance
  • Hildegarde, Devout Oracle, 5* Light, Healer, Staff

 

Alternatives

 

  • Annelie, The Sugary Star, 5* Light, Support, Lance
  • Albert, Thunderswift Lord, 5* Light, Attacker, Sword
  • Julietta, Timorous Paladyn, 5* Light, Defender, Ax
  • Vixel, Musical Maestro, 4* Light, Healer, Staff

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Light Team

 

Odetta:

 

She brings a balanced combination of offense and support to the party; Liberty Slash serves as an offensive AoE that lowers enemy defense. Freedom Ring heals nearby allies and buffs strength. As AI members can now Force Strike as needed, Odetta can whittle down the boss' Overdrive bar without much trouble.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Liberty Slash: Deals light damage to enemies directly ahead and reduces their defense by 5% for 10 seconds. This defense reduction effect will not stack.

 

Skill 2 – Freedom Ring (Shared Skill): Restores HP to the user and nearby allies and increases their strength by 15% for 15 seconds.

 

Ability 1 – HP 70% = Strength:Increases strength by 10% when HP is 70% or above.

 

Ability 2 – Poison Res: Reduces susceptibility to poison by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Dragon Haste: Increases dragon gauge fill rate by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Odetta Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Cupid

 

Lindworm

 

Gilgamesh

 

  • Weapon

 

Zex's End

 

Blade of Glory

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Jewels of the Sun

 

Bellathorna

 

Plunder Pals

 

Heralds of Hinomoto

 

Fritz:

 

Force Strike on AI has arguably benefited Fritz the most, as his kit centers around mechanics. Coupled with full Poison Res, Fritz is free to wreak havoc, especially once the boss enters Overdrive.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Acrobatic Dagger (Shared Skill): Deals light damage to enemies directly ahead and reduces their defense by 5%.

 

Skill 2 – Dazzling Show: Activates "Stunning Knives." Increases critical rate by 8% for 10 seconds. The user will throw special knives that deal damage and inflict stun for the next three force strikes.

 

Ability 1 – Striker's Skill: Increases attack skill damage by % for every three enemies defeated with your force strikes (up to five times per quest).

 

Ability 2 – Poison Res: Reduces susceptibility to poison by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – Critical Rate: Increases critical rate by 10%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Fritz Recommendation:

 

  • Dragon

 

Cupid

 

Lindworm

 

Liger

 

  • Weapon Recommendations

 

Thunderblade Sugar

 

Dreamer's Greatsword

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Stellar Show

 

Nightstalker

 

Levin's Champion

 

Resounding Rendition

 

Malka:

 

He brings a lot to the table with his Co-Ability and a teamwide Strength boost. Blaze of Gold, meanwhile, is a solid AoE with a low SP cost. A max Unbound Slow and Steady provides Malka with full Poison Res and additional Shadow Res.

 

Level: 70

 

Mana Circles: 40

 

Skill 1 – Blaze of Gold: Deals light damage to surrounding enemies and inflict paralysis. Paralyzed foes take extra damage.  

 

Skill 2 – Pride of the Forge (Shared Skill): Increases the entire team's strength by 15% for 15 seconds.

 

Ability 1 – Full HP = Defense:Increases defense by 20% when HP is full.

 

Ability 2 – Poison Res: Reduces susceptibility to poison by 25%.

 

Co-Abilities – HP: If a team member is attuned to (Light): increases their defense by 3%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Malka Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Cupid

 

Liger

 

Lindworm

 

  • Weapon

 

Thunder King's Greatspear

 

Lonesome Wish

 

Jack-o’-Lance

 

  • Wyrmprint Recommendations

 

Dragon and Tamer

 

Jewels of the Sun

 

Bellathorna

 

Hildergarde:

 

We have explained and listed her abilities in the Shadow Team; you can read it in detail there.

 

Vixel (Alternative 1):

 

Same as Hildergarde, we have explained Vixel in the Fire Team. Please read it there for context.

 

Annelie (Alternative 2):

 

This battle becomes incredibly easy with Annelie. Full Poison Res, a massive AoE with Stun capabilities, and the long-range Lance make her perfect for clearing Shadow IO. Add a Skill Damage Wyrmprint and some defense, level her up, and she will take care of the rest.

 

Skill 1 – Stunning Display (Shared Skill): Deals light damage to enemies directly ahead, draws them toward the user, inflicts stun, and activates "Skill Shift" if the attack connects. Phase I increases the entire team's energy levels by one stage, while Phase II increases them by two stages. Phase III adds additional damage to the skill.

 

Skill 2 – Smiles on Parade: Deals light damage to enemies directly ahead and increases the entire team's energy levels by three stages.

 

Ability 1 – HP 70% = Skill Damage:Increases attack skill damage by 35% when HP is 70% or above.

 

Ability 2 – Poison Res: Reduces susceptibility to poison by 100%.

 

Co-Abilities – HP: Increases HP by 15%. Benefits your whole team.

 

Annelie Recommendations:

 

  • Dragon

 

Cupid

 

Pop-Star Siren

 

Liger

 

  • Weapon

 

Thunder King's Greatspear

 

Thunderbolt

 

Moonpiercer

 

  • Wyrmprint

 

Resounding Rendition

 

Bonds Between Worlds

 

Dragon and Tamer

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Throne

 

Final Team Building Recommendations:

 

While we have explained most of the content for team building above, if you want to take team building to the next level, consider incorporating the following suggestions.

 

Co-op Backline Team Building:

 

You're probably going to work on co-op as you progress into midgame and beyond, so here is some information regarding that.

 

Only your lead adventurer goes in when you go into a co-op, but the three in the other three team members aren't just doing nothing - their co-abilities still apply to the lead adventurer. The above point means that you can set up three adventurers with good co-abilities to boost your co-op leader, which is called setting up your "backline."

 

We have explained this mechanic in detail when giving an example on team comp examples below; in the meanwhile, here are some crucial tips on that:

 

Each adventurer has two co-abilities: their primary and their chain co-ability.

 

Primary co-abilities – This will work on any member. However, these don't stack if you have multiple of the same ability or buffs.

 

Chain co-abilities (CCA) – They are usually locked behind an element matching the Hero. The prominent five-story adventurers ( The Prince,   Elisanne,   Ranzal,   Cleo, and   Luca) are exceptions, so their CCA works on anyone regardless of element. Also, unlike Primary co-abilities, Chain co-abilities can stack with each other, and they have no limit to how many can stack.

 

Linked to Weapons –Primaryco-abilities are typically linked to weapon type (though some unique co-abilities go against this trend).

 

  • Swords have dragon Haste.
  • Blades have strength
  • Daggers have critical Rate
  • Axes have defense
  • Lances have HP
  • Bows have skill Haste
  • Wands have skill Damage

 

Chain co-abilities can vary avidly by the Hero - but typically speaking, the primary co-abilities are more critical to set up initially before working for chains.

 

  • Usually, most DPS Heroes want STR, Skill DMG, and Skill Haste. In other words, a Blade, a Wand, or even a Bow. Individual Heroes' needs can change their preferred co-abilities, but this is a good default to use.
  • Healers generally want HP and Skill Haste (a Lance and a Bow), with the third slot flexible.
  • Buffers want Skill Haste (Bow) and Buff Time, though the latter is usually locked behind Chain co-abilities. Tobias can offer it as a Primaryability, though.

 

Two Types of Teams:

 

As we have said before, you should focus on two types of teams: co-op teams and single-player teams. Single-player teams can be composed based on the content or event you want to clear, while co-op teams are for end-game type.

 

Co-op Team:

 

This type of team works in this game because only your first unit counts as long as all four characters are present. If one person joined, your second member would count, but because this is for end game content, there should be four people joining in, and you should at least have your first unit built to the max power. It doesn't mean the other three are not necessary; they are more so because of their co-abilities as the primary unit can use them to their benefit. Co-abilities go for all teams.

 

The following team is built on the Union Dragon Haste build mechanic, as shown below.

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Dragon Haste

 

A union is a started unit, and he benefits immensely from Dragons; that's why the above team is built around it. For example, we build a team around Hawk, which is built around generic damage for him because when in doubt, skill damage and strength are two stats you can't go wrong with at all. These two are very good for damaging units.

 

Crit rate is potent on some units, which we can show off Galaxia because her kit is built around getting crits for Crit DMG and making sure she keeps a combo time. Nobu and Ezlith have crit and combo time, and while Marth has flurry strength. This composition is undoubtedly built to keep Galaxia making combos and get that Crit DMG as fast as possible and still benefit from the additional strength. The above comp is very powerful, and that is generally how you want to think about doing Co-op teams.

 

Example plus Stacking of Co-Abilities – One example can be using Sword Wielders built around cuts and co-abilities. For example, Marth has co-ability as Dragon Haste, and his chain ability is Flame Strength. Eudin’s co-ability is also Dragon Haste, but his chain ability is also Dragon Haste. Still, if he is at the second slot after Marth, he only gets one of the Dragon Haste abilities because co-abilities don't stack. Still, Chain Co-abilities can, and that is why you can go for a co-ability stacked with a chain co-ability.

 

Grace as an example –Let's explain why Grace and the general healer comp work so great. Her Healing scales off of max HP, where Grace's shields are also based on max HP. So you can mix Boton, Sazanka, and Krom. Here Krom surprises people, as Boton has a 15 HP up, Sazanca gives Shadow HP as chain co-ability, so it stacks with the co-ability the 50 HP. Krom's HP10% and DEF 10% is a unique co-ability that still stacks with the HP and DEF. This stacking gives 34% HP from co-abilities alone which is a way you can mostly build healers along with if you build them as Haste focused as they can get their skills faster with the Skill Haste.

 

Single Player Team:

 

Now let's move on to Single Player based teams where you need all four units worked up. One example is Auto-Dark Team for most content, and it is possible but becomes very specific. It would help if you built such teams what each of their kits does. One example is Patia and Grace; their combo is ridiculous as when It comes to Grace, she gives the Sorrow's Requiem, Life Shields, and she also has a Healing Doblebuff IV, so every time she receives a defense buff, she heals HP. On her first skill, Patia gives DEF and STR from Sparrow's Guard, so, therefore, she would then support the main DPS and support Grace by making her regen HP a little faster. Another example is Zena, a free unit that also goes into this mechanic of healing Grace's HP faster, and Alex, the main DPS for this build.

 

Dragalia Lost Team Building Hawk

 

Conclusion:

 

This extensive guide may seem daunting at first. Still, if you search and focus on a particular section of the guide, you will have an in-depth analysis of team building in Dragalia Lost. This game has accumulated many Heroes and content and management of equipment that is hard to swallow at first.

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