Hey there Zen Seekers!!
With Phase 3 of the Kung Pow Quahog Event in full swing I thought it was time we looked at a new foe that’s joined the battle, the Sensei.
In this post I will go over the Basics of the Battles to help you out, so take a peek below and see if this resolves your questions/issues.
You’ll find a post that will be updated each Phase to include our Foes and who can fight them HERE.
WHEN WILL THE SENSEI APPEAR?
Sensei will appear when you start The Most Mojo in the Dojo Pt: 1. Tapping Go will bring up the Sensei information box.
WHAT DO I NEED TO START A BATTLE?
First, you will need to collect Fight Contracts as they are needed each fight costs 1 fight contract.
Fight Contracts (Rare): Get from Squatty Tiger Secret Dragon Lair OR Jerome Sponsor Fighters OR Bonnie Bet on Fights OR Dojo Peter Give Kumite a Try OR Meg Fight For Popularity OR Seamus Be A Training Dummy OR Mr Tea’s Tea House
If you do NOT have the amount of Fight Contracts required, you will see “NEED MORE FIGHT CONTRACTS” on the Battle screen no matter what Character(s) you select.
Once you have a Fight Contract, then “FIGHT” will appear once you select your Character.
HOW DO I SELECT A CHARACTER TO FIGHT A SENSEI?
Just tap on a nerd then tap on the + sign on the Main Battle Screen. You will see two + signs and this means you can use up to two character per battle.
Tap on the Fighter you want to use for the current Battle and a check mark will appear on them. If you want just one, that is fine. Then tap on “GO” to take you back to Battle Screen. (If you see a lock on the Character, you do not have them available)
Also remember a character cannot battle whilst busy doing another task. They can however do tasks between battles or whilst healing.
WHAT CHARACTERS CAN FIGHT SENSEI?
The Characters you can use will depend on WHO you have purchased or unlocked.
Samurai Quagmire: Health 4, Attack Power 6, Critical Hit Chance 20
Yogi Fighter Brian: Health 4, Attack Power 6, Critical Hit Chance 25
Billy Banks: Health 4, Attack Power 6, Critical Hit Chance 20
WHAT IS HEALTH, ATTACK POWER AND CRITICAL HIT?
Health – The amount of damage you can take before you’re knocked out.
Attack Power – The standard damage you can do to your opponents health during an attack.
Critical Hit Chance– The higher the number the higher the odds of you doing a critical hit to your opponent. These are random, basically look at it like a lucky strike where you do more damage than your standard. These work on chance, you have no control over them, so really don’t think about it too much. Just know that it means you can knockout an opponent with one hit, but on the downside they can also do the same to you.
Now their Health and/or Attack Power it takes to defeat foes may change as the Event progresses, as we may see new villains to battle, as of know I am not sure on this… but we will have to see what happens as the Event progresses.
HOW MANY CHARACTERS DO I NEED TO FIGHT A SENSEI?
You can fight with only one, and this post will be based around only using Samurai Quagmire as that’s the only fighter I have unlocked just now.
But be aware whereas you ONLY NEED ONE CHARACTER TO BATTLE you will need to attack more than once to win unless you hit it lucky with a critical hit to the Sensei. As I said I’m currently just fighting away with just Samurai Quagmire and progressing okay.
Now that you have the Basics, let’s look at a fight so you can see how things go down.
Look around your town for all the available Sensei. In my game, I had up to 2 wandering my sidewalk.
Tap on a nerd and you will see the Battle Screen, here you will see….
- How much Damage can they Inflict on your Character (fist) – 3
- How much Damage will it take to Defeat them (health bar) – 15
- How much Damage you can inflict on them (fist) – 6
- How much Damage it will take to defeat you (health bar) – 4
- The chance of a Critical Hit on them
- The amount of Fight Contracts you need to fight – 1
- The rewards you will get for defeating the Sensei
So if you use Samurai Quagmire on his own, you have pretty low odds as he can only inflict 6 Damage with each Attack and it will take 15 damage to defeat the Sensei. However the Sensei can only inflict 3 damage with each Attack, so unless he gets lucky with a Critical hit he won’t defeat you with one punch. But basically you’re attack power,p of 6 is less than half that of the Sensei’s health, 15, so you would need a very lucky critical hit to defeat him in one attack, you’re more likely to reduce his health to 9 then come back and attack him again and again. But remember each attack costs just 1 Fight Contract, which is helpful.
The odds are pretty much the same for using Yogi Fighter Brian alone or Billy Banks alone as they have the same health and attack power as Samurai Quagmire. Where your odds will improve is if you use a combo of 2 or 3 fighters, if you have them available. A combo of 2 fighters can do a combined damage of 12, so you’ll need to do only 2 attacks but if you’re lucky enough to have 3 fighters that’s a combined damage of 18 and you can defeat him in one attack.
Now once the fight begins you can only sit back and watch how it progresses, you can’t control anything. You may see your Samurai Quagmire land a critical hit on the Sensei and knockout him out straight away, or you may hit him and reduce his health by 6, or you may miss him altogether. And the same goes for the Sensei, he may deal you a critical hit and knock you out, or he may hit you and reduce your health by 3 points, and then again he may miss you completely. Watching the fight you will see what happens, but as I say you can do nothing to influence the way it goes.
If you do a critical hit you will have cleared the Sensei and you can just collect your rewards. If you miss him or just reduce his health you can attack again if you have a Fight Contract available by tapping the Fight Again button.
Basically you need to keep attacking the same Sensei until his health hits 0. If you leave the battle screen rather than choosing Fight Again make sure you select the Sensei that needs further attack, you can check their health bar to ensure its the one you already inflicted damage on, you will know this as it will show a reduction in its health bar.
If you win the battle you’ll see this screen. Collect you rewards. (Be aware the rewards you get will depend on whether Kung Pow Chicken is showing in the fight arena, Expired Vouchers won’t drop until he’s there).
WHAT HAPPENS IF I LOSE?
If you are hit and your health is reduced to 1/4 you can go on and fight again, however if you are knocked out and lose all your health then you need to heal your fighter.
WHAT IS HEALING?
Each time your Character goes into Battle, they will take Damage. Once their health hits 0 in order to be able to use them again they must heal from that back to their full Capacity. Please note your fighter will not start to heal if he’s only lost health, he must be at 0 health.
There are a few ways to Heal your Character. First tap on any Sensei and then go to the Character Select Screen (tap on +). Here you will see your Character has taken Damage and “HEAL” is showing over them.
If you are knocked out, lose all your health points, you will automatically start to heal, you will see the time to heal your Samurai Quagmire freemium is 3hrs, (3hrs is the standard time to restore all 4 health fighters to full health).
But if you don’t want to wait 3 hours, below the timer there is a button to allow you to heal them immediately either using premium revive potions bought from the store or if you have no revive potions, you will get a message telling you the clam cost to heal your fighter instantly.
WHAT ARE THE REWARDS?
This will depend on where you are in the game but here is a general idea of Payouts.
24 Black Belts (Always)
10 Chopsticks (Always)
2X Expired Vouchers (Always)
You’ll earn 20 Chopsticks for rounds where you don’t defeat the Sensei.
- Collect Fight Contracts
- Find a Sensei
- Pick a Character that will cause the most Damage and win the Battle
- Collect Reward
There you have it, the overall idea of the Sensei Battles.
How are you doing in the Battles? Does this help you more? Any other tips you would offer fellow Players? Any more questions on the Battles not covered? Let us know.
~ Russian Tigger