DC Legends

Anyone else here play DC Legends on mobile devices? I’ve been playing every day since launch day, with only a few breaks. Just missing 4 characters now… soon to be 3!

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I’ve been playing since 2017. The amount of characters are amazing…though I will admit I’m not a fan of some of the Legendary outfits. This new Rebirth thing where you can change the skin back is really a godsend.

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Right!? Like, even if I can’t get that many shards I will often GLADLY put down 1,000 gems to change back to a normal skin.

Yup!

Very fun; I play pretty much every day. Looking forward to finishing off Stargirl by the end of the month.

(And yes, I’ve spent a good deal of gems to get rid of some of those Legendary looks too.)

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I’m hoping that with Event Leviathan happening, we get Question, Plastic Man, and Kate Spencer in the game soon.

I’m shocked we haven’t gotten Booster Gold yet.

I have created multiple accounts trying to maximize timing with unlocking all characters to maximum potential. I used to have every character unlocked, but had to switch phones, and now to a very old account, and I am behind by thirteen or so characters. Game is pretty fun, but there are some mechanics that could be improved.

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I didn’t know about this game, so thanks Q. Downloaded it and the fact that it is role based helps, as I have a medical issue that makes “button mashing” impossible. So the fact that it works at slow pace helps. Looking forward to playing it, now that I’ve gotten past the tutorial section.

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I haven’t heard of it before either. I’ll have to check it out whenever I clear space on my phone.

Havent played it. Dont have a device of which I can play it. But I will pay all the money for a device to play it if they add Kate Spencer. Kate Spencer is the best “hero” in the world.

I like it. I also play Marvel Strikeforce and i am very amused at how both games play so similarly.

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@HCQ
I started playing it about 10 days ago. It’s fun. I like the old-school turn based RPG system. It is definitely a “buy packs to upgrade characters” game cost strategy. Which is fairly common today.

It’s definitely a bit addictive.

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@AntLeon
If you play the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or Looney Tunes RPG, they are similar as well. Essentially, if you play one, you’ve played them all.

I’m still trying to get Constantine. He doesn’t show up a lot in Hero Challenges. I will say, Hero Challenges have been a better way to get heroes I normally couldn’t get before. It’s easier for me to earn those characters rather than paying the twenty-five bucks up front.

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My group thing is called Motherboxers. But I burnt out.

I think I’ve played since launch. I have every character. The Flash Family 2.0 is our Alliance.

I really love the little stories that come with the challenges. I usually screenshot them so that can go back and read them later.

@abfgmsw, I will keep that in mind.

I know i started playing before the 2nd anniversary.

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Me, three hours ago, having just learned about this game from this thread today: “It can’t suck up that much time. I’ll just try it out and probably put it up after a few minutes.”

Me, now: “… Maybe just one more level.”

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Constantine looks a lot like Chris Hardwick.

My alliance has a few active members, but i could prob’ly stand to find a new one. The alliance challenges are another good way to bump up heroes as well as acquire new ones; e.g., GL John Stewart is back in the rotation on the social tab of the shop.

Constantine looks a lot like Chris Hardwick.

My alliance has a few active members, but i could prob’ly stand to find a new one. The alliance challenges are another good way to bump up heroes as well as acquire new ones; e.g., GL John Stewart is back in the rotation on the social tab of the shop.

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