Loop Hero is a brand new indie deck-building rogue-lite RPG from FourQuarters and Devolver Digital, and it’s quickly making its way to the top of the Steam charts. Like any good card-based games, there are plenty of little card synergies that you’ll eventually pick up on as you keep playing, and it’s important to know how they work if you want more resources and equipment. Here’s how to make Mountain Peaks in Loop Hero.
Making Mountain Peaks in Loop Hero
First off, if you do already know how to make a Mountain Peak in Loop Hero and are just wondering whether you can have more than one on a single map, the answer is no. Once you create a Mountain Peak and collect the bonus, that’s it.
That being said, if you have an Oblivion card, you can destroy one of the Rock or Mountain pieces, then replace it with another Rock or Mountain card to form the peak again. This also allows you to collect the bonus again, which makes this a great strategy for farming stones if you have the cards.
For the newer players, you might be wondering exactly what a Mountain Peak is. Firstly, it’s important to note that your Rock and Mountain cards are essential in any expedition because they increase your max HP by quite a bit, and you get an increased max HP bonus if you place it next to any existing Rocks or Mountains on the map.
If you place them in a 3×3 grid on the map, you’ll form a Mountain Peak, which then gives you a resource bonus. You can continue to place Rocks and Mountains next to it, but you won’t be able to create anymore Peaks. You can, however, place Meadows next to them to create Blooming Meadows, which increase your HP restoration for each day.
It’s also worth noting that creating a Peak will cause a Harpy to spawn every two days. Harpies aren’t terribly hard to kill, but they do have high evasion, so keep that in mind when placing your cards.
That’s all you need to know about how to make Mountain Peaks in Loop Hero. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.