Puyo Puyo Quest gets challenging when a player doesn't know about most tactics for the game. This guide is meant to clear that confusion up and make sure the player is enjoying the game the most they can. This guide will also be assuming you have the game installed. If you don't have the game installed, go here to learn how.
- 1 Starting the Game
- 2 First Gacha Pull
- 3 Beginner Gacha Boost
- 4 Magic Stones
- 5 Gachas
- 6 Achievements
- 7 Important Cards
- 8 Combination Bonus
- 9 Leveling Cards
- 10 Evolving Cards
- 11 Team Building
- 12 Puyo Point Exchange
- 13 Events
- 14 Guilds
- 15 Arena and Arena Team Building
- 16 Important Quests
- 17 Important Tips
Starting the Game
Click here for a detailed walkthrough for starting the game!
First Gacha Pull
During the Tutorial, the game lets you get one free gacha. Depending who you get can get you a head start on a good team. These cards can be gotten at ★3 to ★4 The cards from this free gacha pull are the following:
|6. Fish Series|
|8. Animal Series|
|10. Magic School Series|
|13. Spirit Series||Not from AQ drop|
Beginner Gacha Boost
During the five days, if you have enough magic stones, you are able to get a *5 card from gacha once a day for free for each day. A good thing you can do is hire people with powerful cards and blow through all of the adventure missions to get stones for completing them to use on gacha. Even if you can't get all 5 free cards, at least getting 2 ~ 3 is good enough.
Magic Stones are the cash currency in Puyo Puyo Quest, obtained from certain events, login rewards, livestreams, achievements, sometimes daily missions, and whenever Sega screws up. These stones can be used in a few ways. Refilling both types of energy, increasing your box count, spending 5 on gacha, and reviving during a quest.
Early on, it's best to spend your stones on gacha, seeing as though this is a good way to get new and better cards. Event gachas are also prime for new players to spend their magic stones on. Spending stones on energy refills at a low user level is not recommended as those stones can be used on gacha and increasing your box count.
Reviving during a quest is a iffy thing to do, seeing as though it's only really worth it if you're doing special material quests. If you spend 1 stone getting a 100-point test or Grimlore, you saved yourself loads of Puyo Points, but reviving during any other quest. Only really revive if you know you can take on the rest of the quest with your team, you don't want to waste a magic stone or two just reviving another one or two times.
PPQ has many different gachas receive new cards from. There are the following gachas.
Achievements are a big importance in PPQ. Each achievement rewards the player with a gift. Sometimes it's just puyos or coins, but then there's the achievements that give gacha tickets and magic stones. Knocking a few important ones out early on will help you obtain some better cards to further quest with.
The important ones you should be going for a the no recovery and swapped stats achievements because they reward you with 2 stones each, for a total of 20 stones. That's 4 gacha pulls, which could give you some good ★3 ~ ★5 cards. Remember, if you have a decent team going, save the stones for gachas that have high rates to get a new series, as they will come at ★4, ★5, or even ★6 if you're lucky. Some gachas also remove any fodder cards you don't want to pull from gacha, the Mythical Gacha for example.
For the full list in English, click here.
Main article: PPQ:Power-up FusionCards gains (card) EXP and levels up by fusing other cards in Power-up Fusion. The most efficient source of card EXP are the Material Puyos or (less common and only at limited occasions). Currently cards can also gain a minor amount of card EXP (max. about 1000) for being put in deck when completing Adventure Quest maps.
Puyo Point Exchange
Arena and Arena Team Building
- Puyo Quest handles damage differently compared to other puyo games. Chaining isn't as good as popping a large chunk of your board at the same time. Try to keep a eye out on your board for popping large sections at once, or popping two colors each chain.