You’re here because you need help with this new Monster, I can say you’re bad at Lords Mobile! Maybe it was harsh, but you need help beating the Armored Soul, right? That’s reasonable. I easily defeated this monster, but not everyone is as good as me.
Either way, lucky you. I have fantastic F2P and P2P lineups to kill that Armored guy. Stay with me to learn about the rewards for beating it and how to use them to produce some really cool items.
The Armored Soul is a special monster that came out as part of a collaboration between Lords Mobile and Armored Combat Worldwide. I’ve written about the best Armored Soul Lords Mobile hunting team, which includes both free-to-play and pay-to-play heroes as well as information about the ACW event and battle shop.
Armored Soul is a group of battle-hardened ancient knights who fight for Nox, the Goddess of Darkness. You can look for Armored Souls to get a chance to win Combat Chests, which hold Combat Coins. You can trade these coins in at the shop for different gifts.
How to Attack Armored Soul?
Like almost every other monster in Lords, the Armored Soul will appear on the Kingdom Map for 2 hours and 55 minutes, which is exactly how long you’ll have to kill it. Without my help, you might have to work on this for hours. But with this guide, you’ll be able to kill the Armored Soul in minutes.
So, what’s up with this guy in armor? Well, Armored Soul’s physical defense (PDEF) is really good. If you have trouble finding things out on your own, which, let’s be honest, is probably most of you, that means you need to use magic attacks.
For destroying the Armored Soul, the best teams will include INT heroes who can burn, freeze, or fry this thing off the Kingdom Map.
But the Armored Soul won’t just stand there and take hit after hit. It will strike back. And this monster is able to do a lot of damage. I also think you should have a medic (like Prima Donna for F2P players or Lore Weaver for P2P players) and at least one hero who can buff and boost the rest of the team.
Armored Soul F2P Lineup
If you want to beat Armored Soul, you have to choose the best lineup to use. For those of you who haven’t paid much attention, that’s pretty much how Lords Mobile works. But which heroes should you use if you only have free ones?
Even with the free-to-play cards, you can put together a good team that should be able to beat the Armored Soul most of the time.
Before we get to the lists, I want to tell you of a few rules that are always true. First, don’t use heroes with low levels if you have other characters with much better levels. The people with the highest level can do a lot more damage and stay alive for a lot longer.
Second, don’t be afraid to mix and match heroes or swap them out for others who have similar skills. As long as your heroes have good gear and are at a high level, there is usually more than one way to beat each monster.
Now, let’s get to the lineups:
Level 1-2 Armored Soul F2P Hero Lineup: Prima Donna, Incinerator, Sage of Storms, Elementalist, Bombin’ Goblin
If you’ve read any of my other guides (and if you haven’t, you should), you may be familiar with this group. It works well against magic-sensitive monsters, and the Incinerator + Elementalist mix has always been one of the best ways to deal a lot of magic damage in the game.
Level 3 Armored Soul F2P Hero Lineup: Incinerator, Child of Light, Elementalist, Snow Queen, Prima Donna
Finally, at the very top level, we kick Sage of Storms to the curb and bring in Child of Light. Again, keep your team strong and alive for as long as possible. Child of Light has handy skills that absorb damage and protect the squad, while also dealing decent damage to boot.
Armored Soul P2P Lineup
If you’re more of a P2P (pay-to-play) player, you’ll have an easier time handling Armored Soul. Money talks in this game, and P2P heroes have some of the best stats and skills for tackling big bads like this guy. That might make you mad, but that’s capitalism, kids.
When it comes to P2P lineups, I’m still going to include a couple of freebie heroes like Incinerator and Elementalist. Still, we’re also bringing in some heavier hitters elsewhere to hopefully get the fight over faster so you can get your hands on some fun loot.
Level 1-2 Armored Soul P2P Hero Lineup: Incinerator, Elementalist, Storm Fox, Dream Witch, Petite Devil
For levels 1 and 2, I’m recommending the lineup above. Again, we’ve got that Incinerator + Elementalist double-act that does so much damage. But we’re also bringing in key P2P heroes to maximize the offensive output while protecting the squad as much as possible from any counterattacks.
Level 3 Armored Soul P2P Hero Lineup: Incinerator, Elementalist, Petite Devil, Lore Weaver, Twilight Priestess
At level 3, you’ll need to make a couple of modifications. I recommend throwing Lore Weaver in to heal everyone and Twilight Priestess for some stun potential.
Armored Soul Rewards
If you’ve come this far, without skipping anything, you’ll know how to defeat Armored Soul. If you have skipped something, go back and read it, lazy! Then get back here and take a look at what kind of rewards you can get for destroying the Armored Soul:
- Combat Chest
- Speed Up Research
- Speed Up
You can get Combat coins from the Combat Chest.
The ACW partnership event will last for 72 days, from September 1 to November 13, 2023. During this event, you can earn combat coins that you can use to buy exclusive items in the Combat Shop, as shown below.
Here’s a closer look:
- Wesley’s Legacy (Shard) x50 – 1000 Combat Points (Redemption limit: 1)
- Wesley’s Legacy (Shard) – 80 Combat Points (Redemption limit: 350)
- Blade Armor (Shard) x50 – 1000 Combat Points (Redemption limit: 1)
- Blade Armor (Shard) – 80 Combat Points (Redemption limit: 350)
- Steely Rejection – 120 Combat Coins (Redemption Limit: 1)
- Shining Victory – 120 Combat Coins (Redemption Limit: 1)
- Oh my Gauntlet… – 120 Combat Coins (Redemption Limit: 1)
- Armored Fury – 99 Diamonds (Redemption Limit: 1)
- Hard Yes – 99 Diamonds (Redemption Limit: 1)
- Heavy Armor – 600 Combat Coins (Redemption Limit: 1)
- Ever Victorious – 600 Combat Coins (Redemption Limit: 1)
- Masked Samurai – 499 Diamonds (Redemption Limit: 1)
- Frenzy of the Sea – 499 Diamonds (Redemption Limit: 1)
- Sacred Temple – 1200 Combat Coins (Redemption Limit: 1)
- Cloud Villa – 1200 Combat Coins (Redemption Limit: 1)
- Samurai Shiro – 1200 Combat Coins (Redemption Limit: 1)
- 100 Royal Coins – 120 Combat Coins (Redemption Limit: 20)
- 100 Artifact Coins – 120 Combat Coins (Redemption Limit: 60)
- Blazing Ember – 250 Combat Coins (Redemption Limit: 50)
- Speed Up (3m) – 1 Combat Coin ( No Limit)
- Combat Coins x 40 – 99 Diamonds
- Combat Coins x 200 – 499 Diamonds
- Combat Coins x 2000 – 4999 Diamonds
Must have items from Combat Shop
Alright, listen up, my friend! If you want to make the most out of this event, you gotta snag all those fabulous F2P emotes. Trust me, they’re like the cherry on top of your gaming sundae. And hey, why stop there? Treat yourself to a fancy Castle skin because, well, who doesn’t want to feel like royalty and extra stats while battling it out? But if you’re feeling extra ambitious, go ahead and push for not one, but two castle skins! Double the fun, double the glory, my friend. You got this!
Ah, but if you’re feeling particularly greedy for stats, you might want to set your sights on acquiring those elusive artifact Shards. But make sure that before the event ends, you don’t pull a disappearing act like a magician with commitment issues. So, you’ve got some spare change, huh? Well, instead of letting it collect dust, why not trade it in for some Speed Ups? It’s like giving your coins a little boost of caffeine to help them keep up with the big spenders.
Armored Soul Packs
If you don’t want to waste time grinding for coins, you can just buy Armored Combat Pack for 199 Diamonds, open ‘em up, and get 160 Combat Coins, War Prep Chest, and (Common) White Bonus, or just buy Combat Coins from the Combat Shop.
Overall, Armored Soul is one of the better-designed monsters and packs a pretty mean punch. Luckily, I know how to take a hit, and now, so do you. With my expert assistance, you shouldn’t have any trouble beating this monster.
Remember, magic works best in this battle. So start boosting up those sorcerers and mages, if you haven’t already. And make sure that Incinerator and Elementalist are always part of your team, even at P2P levels. They’ll do most of the work.
Then, once you start beating the Armored Soul consistently and earning some Combat Coins, I recommend Levelling up your magic heroes. It’ll help you the most, and it’s a hell of a lot better value than those dumb Gears.
For more monster hunting cheatsheet visit: Lords Mobile Wiki.