Morale is a crucial game mechanic, as this game revolves around it. Similar to health, HP or Life in other games, if your morale reaches 0, you lose the game. The starting amount of morale is equal to the total value of your army. In most cases, when a unit is captured, an amount of morale equal to the value of the piece is lost. If no other penalties or bonuses are applied, one loses when all of their non-zero-value pieces are captured.

Abilities Edit

[Pay X] Edit

In most cases, abilities that cost morale are simply denoted as [Pay X], X being the amount of morale lost by from using this ability.

Ability Example Cost Description
Summon Sapling Dryad 1 [Pay 2]: (Magic) Summon Sapling or transform enemy into ally Sapling.
Destroy Ranger, Salamander 1 All magic and ranged destroys have [Pay 1]

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Summon Ghost SoulKeeper 1 [Pay 1]: (Magic) Transform enemy into ally Ghost.
Wind WindMage 1 [Pay 1]: (Ranged) Push unit up to 3 spaces away from caster.
Cure Alchemist 1 [Pay 1]: (Trigger) Ally Status Effect: Instantly cure this target at the start of your turn, removing all negative status effects.
Gravity GravityMage 2 [Pay 1]: (Magic) Move target unit toward Ability Target.
Skeleton Lich 4 [Pay 4]: (Magic) Summon Value 0 Skeleton.
Gemini Split Gemini 4 [Pay 6]: (Ranged) Summon GeminiTwin and transform into GeminiTwin, each having value equal to Gemini.
Revive (LifeStone) LifeStone 4 (Magic) Revive most recently fallen ally champion of 2x LifeStone's value or less, and destroy LifeStone.

Value and Summons Edit

However, some abilities change morale in a different way, usually involving Value.

Ability Example Description Additional comments
Revive MoonFox (Trigger) On Melee Death: Revive MoonFox into this empty location with value decreased by 9. If MoonFox's value is less than 9 this ability cannot activate. This is a Value-manipulating ability, affecting morale.
Split Gemini [Pay 6]: (Ranged) Summon GeminiTwin and transform into GeminiTwin, each having value equal to Gemini. While the [Pay 4] is on the other list, the Gemini summoning ability also adds 12/13/14/15 morale through additional Value, though reduced from the [Pay 4].
Revive LifeStone (Magic) Revive most recently fallen ally champion of 2x LifeStone's value or less, and destroy LifeStone. The fallen champion revived for higher upgraded LifeStones can increase morale, but note that reviving an undervalued piece will reduce your total morale.
Spawn Slimes GiantSlime (Trigger) On Melee Death: Summon ally Slime into this empty location. If GiantSlime is Frozen or Petrified this ability cannot activate. When a GiantSlime dies, it spawns two 2-value Slime units, adding 4 additional morale to the GiantSlime user.

Passives Edit

Some units have passive abilities that affect morale. These tend to be very specific, but can be as simple as extra morale loss on death. Losing units with morale loss on death creates a morale deficit, which means you lost more morale than the unit's value. Since you lost more than it added to your army, you now have less morale than the total value of all your units on the board and may lose without losing all of your non-zero-valued pieces. The most notorious example of this is losing your King.

King Edit

  • Lose 25 morale on death.
  • You lose 3 morale per turn without a King.

Note: The loss of 3 per turn starts after your king has been lost a full turn, not the turn immediately following your King being captured.

Militia Edit

  • Lose 2 morale on death and 1 additional morale per upgrade.

PhoenixEgg Edit

  • Loses 11/9/7/4 morale on death.

Prince Edit

  • While without a King, capturing a unit with Prince will transform him into King and you gain 20 morale. This also stops the morale loss per turn from being king-less.

Princess Edit

  • Lose 5 morale on death and 5 additional morale per upgrade. Losing a Princess++ costs you 15 morale for example.

Vampire Edit

  • Vampire causes your opponent to lose morale when it kills a piece. Additionally, your King's value is increased. This gives you additional morale, but makes losing your King take more morale. The morale drain starts at 2 morale drain per kill for Vampire and goes up by 1 morale drain per upgrade. Vampire+++ drains 5 morale per kill, for example.

Note: If you have no King, then the drained morale is added to the Vampire.

FireElemental Edit

  • This piece, instead of losing morale, loses value over time. After 40/30/20/10 turns it will start losing 1 value per turn until it reaches 0 and dies. This decay can be offset with kills, which cause the FireElemental to gain Value.

AirElemental Edit

  • This piece, instead of losing morale, loses value on attack. It loses 5/6/7/4 value if it directly kills a piece, until it reaches 0 value and dies.
  • However, this piece can gain value by using Wind magic. On all tiers except AirElemental+++, it will promote one tier higher, and for AirElemental+++, it gains 8 value per magic usage, allowing it to attack 2 more times before dying.

Promotion Edit

You gain morale when a unit promotes, equal to the gain in value of the unit. An Axeman promoting to Berserker will net you a gain of 6 morale.

This is true for special promotions too (transformation), such as Slime transform to GiantSlime on kill.

The only exception to this is Necromancer, which in all tiers, promotes to Lich, which has 2 less value than the Necromancer. This is the only case where promotion will result in a net morale loss.

Move Decay Edit

Starting from turn 50, both players lose 1 morale at the start of their turns. White, having gone first, is the first to lose morale from move decay. Watch your morale during move decay, as even though you might be defending all of your units well, you morale could fall low enough that losing any unit will end up as a loss.

Trivia Edit

  • Morale is not called "Moral".

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