My Pet Protector is a very complex and difficult flash RPG/simulation game and if you are having trouble finding your way through today’s free flash game of the day, I am writing this post with a bunch of My Pet Protector tips and tricks, a small guide to help you become a hero and not a failure in the game’s world.
Please note that these My Pet Protector tips work for a fighter class – and they are just a bit more in depth than the so called guide that’s available on Kongregate (which, either way, is a must read if you wish to know what dungeons to visit and what skills get improved by the jobs and school classes). Now read on my general tips for a My Pet Protector fighter:
1. The start of the game is crucial. I recommend going for Fighter/Worker/Equipment. This way, you will have some money to spend on training and items to sell for even more money.
2. Don’t start adventuring ASAP. First spend a few updates studying Combat School and Strategy to increase your fighting skills.
3. Go for dungeons mainly (the smaller flags, not the red ones) since they will give you experience, gold and loot to sell in the market.
4. Try to focus on one job only (those for strength/constitution would be best for a fighter) and also do some begging at first to improve your dexterity.
5. Try to “waste” as little energy as possible: going for a dungeon with enemies more powerful than you is a waste of time since you gain absolutely nothing and you lose one week.
6. Calculate so that you will end the game with 100% at a work of choice (you will need to invest lots of weeks in that) and the same for as many stats as possible. As you can see from my stats, I had temperament and combat repute at maximum levels. I also wasted valuable weeks improving my magic attack, which was a waste since I never used that.
7. NEVER buy anything from the shop: usually the items there are of a lower quality or at most similar with what you have/will earn from adventuring.
8. Try to keep the weapons and armor that greatly improve your physical resistance (as that is the main type of damage-making enemies you’ll encounter) and secondary focus on fire damage. The other can be ignored.
9. Visit the dungeons in the order posted in the guide on Kongregate (Fortitude, Shimmering, Ancient Tunels, Worn Caverns, Firetop Mountain, Liar’s Lair and Greer’s Ambition) and make sure to finish each of them (get them ticked) for extra points in the end.
10. Have fun and prepare for a long walk. IF you do things well, you will become a Tier 5 award and become a true hero. Good luck!