The Fight screen is a feature where monsters are fought in order to gain gold and Cards. Monsters can be damaged passively through idle damage or actively through skills. Many other features in the game tie into Fighting, making it easier to progress as everything levels up.

Fighting is split into twelve unique zones, all having a long series of monsters. Each monster in these series needs to be defeated a certain amount of times before the next, stronger monster can be battled. At the end of each zone sits a Keymaster, which can be defeated to unlock the next zone and various Ascension perks. Afterwards, cleared zones can be revisited in order to defeat Glitches which offer easier encounters, but less gold rewards compared to monsters in more difficult zones.

Clearing Grasslands is an important milestone that unlocks Ascension for your current run, and permanently unlocks the Portal, Raids, Blue Perk Tree and also Limbo once it's accessed for the first time. Afterwards, clearing Desert will unlock Crusades and the Gray Perk Tree.



Only time is lost when defeated in the Fight screen; all progression, gold, and levels remain intact when a player visits Death's screen. Here the player will be healed incrementally until they are fully revived in a short period of time. Additionally, skills may be used on this screen, but the Heal skill does not expedite the revival process.


Coincidentally, Death's Reaper has a health bar and using skills can eventually kill it. However, in order to be rewarded, this must be done before the player is revived, making it a difficult feat until many levels later.


Abilities and buffs can be unlocked through Perks. The damage or duration of a skill can be enhanced by upgrading their respective perks, equipping certain Cards and Tinkering equipment. Additionally, the cooldown can be reduced by the Excellent Timing Ascension Perk after clearing the The Mist. There's also an option to autocast skills, which can be unlocked and upgraded through the Gift Shop in Raids.


Image Description Duration Cooldown Source
Claw skill.png Swipe an enemy (2n) times, dealing (100 + 80n)% damage 2 sec 3 sec Red Perk Tree
Poison skill.png Release a cloud of poison, dealing damage every (1 - 0.1n) second 10 sec

(bugged - only damages for 6 seconds)

17 sec Green Perk Tree
Metoer skill.png Summon meteorites that hit 5 times, dealing (150 + 50n)% damage per hit 7 sec 15 sec Orange Perk Tree
Flurry skill.png Slice an enemy many times, dealing (100 + 20n)% damage 5 sec 11 sec Orange Perk Tree
Smite skill.png Bash an enemy with many weapons, dealing (300 + 100n)% damage 8 sec 20 sec Red Perk Tree


Image Description Duration Cooldown Source
Heal skill.png Heal 25% HP per second 5 sec 15 sec -
Vision skill.png Increases critical chance by (5 +5n)% 10 sec 35 sec Red Perk Tree
Midas skill.png Clicking monsters gives (10n)% gold for 5 seconds 5 sec 120 sec Green Perk Tree
Seal skill.png Prevents enemy damage for (n) seconds 1-10 sec 22 sec Green Perk Tree
Valor skill.png Increases damage and HP by (20n)% 12 sec 30 sec Orange Perk Tree


Image Description Duration Cooldown Source
Anion skill.png Summon a ball of energy that oscillates over an enemy, dealing (300 + 100n)% damage as they overlap; click to change direction 7 sec 18 sec Gray Perk Tree
Icies skill.png Surrounds the enemy with 6 icicles, each dealing (1800 + 600n)% damage 4 sec 30 sec Gray Perk Tree
Banana bonk skill.png Bonks an enemy for (3000 + 200n)% damage, steals (800 + 75n)% monster cash 3 sec 22 sec White Key AP Perk
Shoulder tap skill.png Distracts enemy (2 + 0.2n) seconds, +100 crit chance, +(200 + 20n)% crit damage 2+ sec 28 sec White Key AP Perk
Vamp.png Deals dmg and heals The little guy in Asylum
Mark skill.png Curse enemies with 400% HP and 400% damage, but +(20n)% rewards per level Toggle effect Toggle effect Gray Perk Tree
Strafe.png Decreases other skills' cooldowns 10 sec Little Lava


There are 100 monsters in each zone's series (Vault is the exception with 51) but only a portion of them need to be killed to clear a zone. The following table shows statistics per zone and each zone can be clicked on to get zone-specific information on the monsters in them.

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Number of unique monsters 16 30 27 21 16 23
Number of encounters until Keymaster 14 28 47 55 42 -
Number of glitches 85 71 52 44 57 -
Minimum monster kills to clear zone 1125 8990 37440 67220 51345 -
Number of cards 16 30 26 21 16 0
Card drop chance 1/240 1/300 1/360 1/420 1/480 0
Star card rarity 0% +20% +40% +60% +80% 0

Fighting Boosts

Fighting progress is improved by Training levels, Smithing trinkets, equipped Cards, Tinkering gear, several Rifts, and bonuses from Perks and Ascension. Since there are too many sources for damage and attack speed bonuses to create a short list, here are unique and notable bonuses instead:

Kill Count Increase

Increasing the amount each monster kill contributes to the required kill limit helps to clear zones faster.

  • After clearing Desert, the Monster Decimation Ascension Perk becomes accessible, granting +0.1 value per kill. However, this is a very expensive perk to upgrade.
  • The Death's Son secret grants +30% more kills when defeating monsters, which is further multiplied by crafted Enigmatic Boosters, a level 40 Smithing item.
  • The level 120 Smithing Ensouled Head grantz Kills per Kill (caps at +10)
  • After clearing Dungeon, Rebirth has a thing that gets 10n% extra kills.
  • Keymaster O and Incarnate A cards grantz more kill and Gorshank Z card increases kills/kill

Monster Cash Increase

More gold from enemies makes it easier to level up more skills, and more skills generally mean better Fighting progression.

  • After clearing Desert, the Monster Laundering and Desert Collector Ascension Perks become accessible, granting +50% more gold per level and +(0.2n)% cash for every Desert card level, respectively.
  • The Petty Theft (+2% per level), Pilfering (+3% per level), Plunder Meister (+6% per level), Looter Lord (+10% per level), and Lightning Larceny (+40% per level) trinkets from Smithing all grant bonus gold from enemies.
  • The Desert Yellow Phat (+10%), Desert Baron (+12%), Mountains Blue Phat (+15%), Noob (+25%), Keymaster L (+20%), Maelstrom Cheezers (+5%), Clodd (+6%), Anodesia (+7%), Firechad (8%), Youre Epic (+30%), Incarnate G (+59%), Crusades Limpy (+12%), Crusades Minty (+25% From Midas), Nightmare Entertainer (+60%) and Emigdala Y (+50%) Cards all gives bonus gold from monsters.
  • The level 20 Tinkering Trojan Helmet grants +50% gold, and the level 79 Cash Money necklace grants +600% gold. After opening Tink Time,Tinkolicious from Construction you can acces 3rd stat line on tinkering equipments.Items grants gold with 3rd line stat on tinkering; Level 1 Wooden Spear grants +200% gold and Blobulytes necklace grants +500% gold.
  • After first ascend you can access pets, ID 7 Sheep grants +20% cash per passive level, ID 25 Djinn grants +50% cash per passive level, ID 56 Golden Boy grants +80% cash per passive level.


Food is a passive regenerating HP and Shield source that improves survivability against more difficult monsters.

  • Smithing offers five craftable types of food:
Food Bonus Requirement
Fishwich +3 HP per level every 2 seconds Level 1 Smithing
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Jellyfish Noodles +15 HP per level every 4 seconds Level 10 Smithing
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Angler Cuts +50 HP per level every 7 seconds Level 30 Smithing
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Fished Corn +200 HP per level every 8 seconds Level 50 Smithing
Flapjacks +400 HP per level every 11 seconds Level 60 Smithing
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Cyber F Series Shields Every Fishwich Bite (caps at 2500%) Level 90 Smithing
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Cyber J Series Shields Every Fishwich Bite (caps at 4000%) Level 120 Smithing
  • The 2nd top left perk from the Green Perk Tree grants +20% HP from food per level, up to 200%. 
  • Certain Cards improve food's HP bonus, namely Grasslands Strawby (+5%), Desert Drink (+6%), Mountains Cool Drink (+8%), Dungeon Chalice (+12%), and Crusades Mime (+11%).
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