Submitted by: David K.
Written by aerozol
Tangledeep can be a time sink, and not everything is clearly explained.
guide will ease your way into the game and let you enjoy it without having
about doing anything “wrong”. This guide will be less relevant
for the easy
difficulty (which I would say is less fun and would not recommend).
Tangledeep is a mix of roguelike and RPG genres that you can bounce off
because it allows you to invest a lot of time into a character, who will
if you stop paying attention at the wrong moment. This game does not nudge
your life is running low. In a similar mix of mechanics, it is turn based,
can move in almost real time if you’d like.
You’ll get to grips with it eventually, but don’t stress too much about
run. I wouldn’t worry about dying on the first boss – the next run will be
Just have fun for your first hour. Next time you can start worrying about
your pal alive for longer, and your pet will start carrying you (see the
For your first character, pick a job you like the look of and have fun
grips with the skills. On your next character (RIP first pal), play a
Look at the skills that would work great in combination with the last
played. Now play only until you get those skills, and then change jobs back
first one you played. Now you have the best of both worlds! You can mix and
as many jobs and skills as you like. Congratulations, you now ‘get’ this
Your pets carry over between characters, and so are worth investing some
and ? into. Your starting pet is actually REALLY good, thanks to the
a pet without self heal sucks. I still have a frog and he carries me
through the first
few bosses easily. So stick with your first buddy for a bit, and:
-=Always get pet insurance.=-
It’s really only worth catching the monsters that come up as quests –
else will have low rarity, meaning low stats.
Once you’ve caught something of decent rarity that matches your pets type
new rare pets of the same type), use those rose petals and get them dating.
offspring will have better stats, based off its parents. You can keep
offspring (including with their parents), so just keep doing it whenever
some rose petals.
Skills will be passed down randomly. There are ways to breed/learn specific
but that’s not beginner territory, and can be a bit tedious. Having a self
skill is all you have to worry about for now.
Spending more money when breeding = better stats, so try spend the max
if you can.
* Always look for rose petals, job change scrolls and monster mallets from
with a ‘new’ next to them, from day
one. Bank them.
* The Soulmaster’s ‘echo bolts’ ability is worth getting no matter what
* Keep a weapon with magic find or stat boosts equipped in whatever slot
using (eg ranged or melee).
* Buy good/rare items when they come up at a vendor (which is not often,
will suck!), even if it’s just for
the bank/a later character.
* The orchard looks like it might be complex, but it’s not. Just plant
seeds you feel like and replace
them with rarer seeds or others if you feel like