Seven Knights Guide: Tips and Tricks [Global]

Seven Knights is a popular game made by Netmarble. You get to collect various heroes and use them to combat enemies. It has a turn based system. I definitely see a lot of similarities between this game and Summoners War.

This guide will not go over super basic game play stuff. This is a compilation of the vital information you need for the game.

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Tip 1: Focus on creating your team of 6 star roster

At the beginning of the game, you will use whatever that is given to you. Once you start having stronger 5/6 heroes, you can then opt to be picky and decide what you want to do. The general rule is this:

  • Feed 1/2 star heroes to your 3/4/5/6 star heroes
  • Fuse any hero that is 3 stars or higher.

And as a fellow pro Seven Knights player says:

use 1 star units to power up 3/4/5 star units.
use 2 star units to power up 6 star units.
use 3 star units to fuse for 4 star units.
use 4 star units to fuse for 5 star units.
use 5 star units to fuse for 6 star units or rank up if it’s a desirable unit.
use 6 star units to use if it’s desirable or fodder for trans/unlock.

Also consider selling your level 30 units if you are low on gold. For the long term, fuse the 3/4/5 star units you get in the game.

Tip 2: Level Every Hero!

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Even 1/2 star heroes. For each newly leveled hero to 30, you get 5 rubies. This is actually a legitimate way for most f2p players to earn rubies instead of spending real money.

Tip 3: Best Formation?

Now formation costs gold to upgrade. Pick whichever formation you like. If you like more attack, choose the offensive formation. Otherwise, balanced seems to be the best of both in terms of offense and defense. Just level no more than 2 of best formations you like the most.

Tip 4: Ruby Farming!

This is where netmarble actually gives f2p players a chance to shine. You can farm rubies! Leveling a hero to 30 gives 5 rubies for the first time and then 2 rubies after that. To get a ruby farming team going, you are going to need heroes that have AoE skills. Here are the following useful ones you should try:

  • Velika – 2 AoE skills, ignore def [Must Have!]
  • Jave – 2 AoE skills, reflect passive, higher AoE dmg multiplier
  • Eileen/Dellons/Spike/Kris – higher-than-avg base dmg and higher AoE multiplier
  • Ruri – High damage multiplier, 2 AoE skills
  • Yuri/Ariel/May – At least one AoE skill, useful passives

Tip 5: Castle Siege

The best formation for Castle Siege seems to be 1-4 formation, with the backline being your best attacker. The siege is quite hard and if you have only 3/4/5 star heroes, you won’t do as much damage and end up getting less points. The team setup you should aim for is this:

  • 1 DPS for the backline: Your best hero that deals the damage
  • 1-2 AoE Units: This is good to have against groups of enemies, which is every round.
  • Debuffers: Damage reduction is key to surviving.
  • 1 Support with heal/revive – They keep your team alive! You need at least one, no doubt.

For those wanting a recommended hero list, check this out from EDMW 7Knights Thread:


  • Rachel is the most ideal unit, because her single target skills both do a debuff, the rapier attack reducing defense while the phoenix flame attack reduces damage. However, we’re not all born with luck in our fingertips, so if you don’t have Rachel , its not the end of your CR life. Alternative units you can look out for:

Def Down:

  • Leo, Chancellor (same single target 80% def reduction as Rachel)
  • Sarah (AoE 50% reduction for both dmg & def)
  • Sylvia (AoE 50% reduction for def)

Dmg Down

  • Sylvia (same single target 80% dmg reduction as Rachel)
  • Sarah (AoE 50% reduction for both dmg & def)
  • Leo (AoE 40% dmg reduction)
  • Chancellor (AoE 40% phy atk reduction, you can chain this with dmg reduction debuffs)
  • May (AoE 40% phy atk reduction, you can chain this with dmg reduction debuffs)

(Alternative: Bring along 4 of your units and use a friend’s Rachel Rep! Summon immediately.)


Take note for buffs/passives, there’s 2 types. One increases damage, the other increases attack type, physical/magical. With regards to stacking, the game will only take the strongest type.

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