Loop Hero Chrono Crystals

Loop Hero Chrono Crystals are a special type of card that has an effect that can be extremely handy, if used carefully and strategically. However, that’s the thing – some players are not entirely certain how to use the Chrono Crystals. They’re not sure how they work, and how to best used them. That’s why, in this Loop Hero guide, we’re going to discuss this card a little more closely.

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loop hero chrono crystals
Loop Hero Chrono Crystals

How to Use Chrono Crystals in Loop Hero

To use Loop Hero Chrono Crystals, you have to place them down, as you would any other similar card. However, the important thing to know here is what this card does – it doubles the effect of every card placed in the loop that’s near enough. Needless to say, this makes the Chrono Crystals a very valuable strategic tool. For example, you can place it near a Meadow to get 4 HP per day (6 if it’s Blooming Meadow). Moreover, if your hero spawns inside a Chrono Crystal, they start each day with double the health. Also, placing your Treasury within the Crystals’ sphere of influence can be extremely useful, too.

On the other hand, you can place the Chrono Crystals next to monsters to make their daily spawns double. This is good for two different reasons. The first one is that it lets you grind gear, weapons, and other stuff at a more efficient rate. That’s always useful. On top of that, using the Loop Hero Chrono Crystals this way lets you spawn the first boss Lich more quickly. That way, the monster will have less health and power, making the fight easier.

So, yeah, long story short, that’s how you use the Chrono Crystals. They’re a fairly important part of the strategy aspect of Loop Hero; be careful how you use them. They can lead you to great riches and success if you place them carefully. Good luck!

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