Leaderboard Guide

Welcome to the Leaderboard, where you can climb your way up Mt. Zion! The leaderboard pits players from around the world against each other in a quest for global bragging rights. Best of all, the developers charge no fees, so what do you have to lose?

Do you have what it takes to make it to the top?

Getting on the Leaderboard

Everyone must enter the leaderboard from the bottom with a FirstBattle(). This will set you against the 20th ranked team. If you win, you take their spot, and if you lose, they will retain it. As you might expect:

  • You must battle with angels, pets, and accessory cards that you actually own. You can battle WITHOUT an accessory, but this will make conquest more difficult.
  • An angel or pet can’t already be on the leaderboard.
  • You must also do a new FirstBattle() if you are kicked off the leaderboard due to defeat by other players.

Moving up the Leaderboard

Once you have a team on there, the team will be highlighted in yellow. Click that team to try to face the team above you with a ChallengeSpotBattle()

Note: Teams revolve around their angels, so you must use the angel card currently in that slot. However, you can use a different Pet or Accessory. This is particularly good if you have an Aura color that will be magnified against your opponent.

Team Slogans

On the leaderboard page, click on your angel to set his team’s slogan. This slogan will follow him or her and will be visible should you make it to the top 20 spots. Use it to promote your other site or as you see fit, but we do have players of all ages on angelbattles.com

Things to keep in mind

You can only attempt to join or move up the leaderboard once every 3 hours. You can be challenged without limit. While on the leaderboard, you can continue to compete in Arena Battles, raising the experience of your angel. Battles on the leaderboard do NOT give you any experience points.

If you have any other questions or want to talk strategy (or trash) to other players and the devs, please come join our discord

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