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Turtles, together with Pigs are some of the best "power up" materials to boost your crew's EXP. They belong to the Booster Class.

There are four types of Turtles:

  • Treasure Turtles
  • Daimyo Turtles
  • Elder Turtles
  • Hime Turtles

Battle EXP/Beli Edit

You can find Treasure and Daimyo turtles in various story and fortnight locations. Elder and Hime can be found only in the following events:

Chance: [Color] Hime Turtle Rush (very rare event and the only one to contain Hime turtle): EXP 3990 Beli: ~210 (date for Hime alone on last stage version)

[Color] Elder Turtles Beach (rare event, with all 5 stages having a chance to drop Elder):: EXP 500 Beli ~4000 (date for low HP version)

Rush of [Color] Turtles (bi-weekly event with 1-2 Elder turtles): EXP 1230 Beli ~115

Turtle EXPEdit

All turtles have a type (STR, DEX, QCK, PSY, or INT), and extra EXP is gained when fusing a turtle into a character with a matching type. At July 4th 2017, the exp for boosters was increased. The old values are in brackets.

EXP Gain - All EXP Gain - Matching Type
Treasure Turtle 3.000 (2.000) 4500 (3.000)
Daimyo Turtle 20.000 (15.000) 30.000 (22.500)
Elder Turtle 70.000 (55.000) 105.000 (82.500)
Hime Turtle 250.000 (175.000) 375.000 (262.500)

Turtle LocationsEdit

The only way to capture turtles is to farm them in specific areas. They may be found:

  • In the Adventure's chapters listed below
  • During certain Daily and Limited Time Events
  • During the Guerrilla Turtles event, that is the best place to farm them
  • Achieving certain goals in Missions
  • Playing Friend Game
  • Special events Chance! [Color] Hime Turtle Rush! (difficult, discussed below) and Rush of [Color] Elder Turtles (so simple it does not need a guide).


Treasure Turtles - Farmable from Shells Town to Upper Yard ~ Ark Maxim
Treasure Turtles F0105 F0106 F0107 F0108 F0109
Shells Town
Ch. 5, 8Ch. 5, 8Ch. 5, 8
Orange town
Ch. 7Ch. 8Ch. 9
Syrup Village
Ch. 1, 8, 13Ch. 1, 8, 13Ch. 1, 8, 13Ch. 2, 11Ch. 2, 11
Baratie q
Ch. 5, 10Ch. 5, 10Ch. 5, 10Ch. 7, 13Ch. 7, 13
Arlong Park
Loguetown
Twin Cape
Whiskey Peak
Little Garden
Drum Island
Nanohana
Alubarna
Ch. 12Ch. 12Ch. 12Ch. 12Ch. 12
Jaya
Ch. 1Ch. 1Ch. 1Ch. 1Ch. 1
Angel Island
Ch. 9, 11Ch. 9, 11Ch. 9, 11Ch. 10, 13Ch. 10, 13
Ark Maxim
Daimyo Turtles - Farmable from Baratie to Upper Yard ~ Ark Maxim
Daimyo Turtles F0110 F0111 F0112 F0113 F0114
Baratie q
Ch. 4, 9, 15Ch. 4, 11, 15Ch. 4, 12, 15
Arlong Park
Ch. 7, 8, 9Ch. 7, 8, 9Ch. 7, 8, 9Ch. 12, 15Ch. 12, 15
Loguetown
Ch. 12Ch. 12Ch. 12Ch. 6Ch. 7
Twin Cape
Ch. 1, 10 Ch. 2, 10 Ch. 3, 10 Ch. 4, 10 Ch. 5, 10
Whiskey Peak
Ch. 1, 15 Ch. 2, 15 Ch. 3, 15 Ch. 8 Ch. 5
Little Garden
Ch. 8, 9, 15 Ch. 5, 8, 15 Ch. 5, 9, 15 Ch. 15 Ch. 15
Drum Island
Ch. 4, 15 Ch. 5, 15 Ch. 9, 15 Ch. 7, 10, 15 Ch. 14, 15
Nanohana
Ch. 15Ch. 15Ch. 15Ch. 3Ch. 3
Alubarna
Ch. 15Ch. 15Ch. 15
Jaya
Ch. 15Ch. 15Ch. 15Ch. 14Ch. 14
Angel Island
Ch. 8, 15Ch. 8, 15Ch. 8, 15Ch. 4, 15Ch. 4, 15
Ark Maxim
Ch. 12Ch. 12
Elder Turtles - not Farmable during Adventure

Note: Elder turtles can be found during the weekly Daily:Monday and Daily:Friday events as well as during occasional special events like A Rainbow Rush of Turtles!. You can also receive them as prizes from the Friends Game or Snail Transponders minigames.

Elder Turtles F0189 F0190 F0191 F0192 F0193
Hime Turtles - Not Farmable during Adventure

Note: Hime turtles can be found only during rare special events like the Chance! Onyx Hime Turtle Rush!. They are also rarely (every few months) given out as gifts from Bandai to all players.

Hime Turtles F0591 F0592 F0593 F0594 F0595

Farming Turtles Edit

Elder TurtlesEdit

Strategies for Farming Turtles on Mondays Fridays - OPTC17:57

Strategies for Farming Turtles on Mondays Fridays - OPTC

Tips for farming turtles quickly!

The following guide applies to farming Elder turtle events that are available as part of the Monday events or similar ones (like A Rainbow Rush of Turtles!). For farming during the rare Hime turtle events, see guides for those respective events (Chance! Onyx Hime Turtle Rush!).

Elder turtle battles are composed of five stages (battles). The first stage contains 5 Treasure turtles, The second stage one Daimyo and four treasure turtles, the third and fouth have one Daimyo and 2 Treasure Turtles, and the last stage has one Elder and two Daimyo. A special rare stage can appear containing just the Elder turtle. The Elder turtle will drop every time when he appears as a special stage.

To maximize the speed of completing this event (essential considering it is a 30 minutes limited one), consider the following tips:

  • Speed high damage strategy: Bring 3x or 2.5x leads and heavy hitters (beatsticks that deal 1200 damage for 2.5x captains and 1000 damage characters for 3x captains). Chose the right color for the turtle type (so mostly PSY team on Mondays to farm the INT turtles, etc.). If you do not have the right characters, you are probably low level (Pirate Level <100), but there are ways to help beginner teams too - skip to the next strategy. Anyway, a high damage team will be able to blow through turtle defenses, particularly on perfects (through Elder ones have such a high defense that can require six perfects for some teams and is impossible for others). It is not enough to burst on one round, you need to be able to consistently do this damage to each turtle on each stage (through of course the bigger the turtle, the higher its defense). Teams that can do this need to run 2.5x damage captains or higher, with 3x being preferred. You should be able to clear each stage (3-6 turtles) in 1-2 rounds with the average run duration of 1-2 minutes or so, so you should be able to do about ~20 runs give or take based on mistakes and speed that you're character animations allow.
    • Best turtle captains for speed runs: Marco the Phoenix, with his 3xPSY character boost, is one of the best turtle captain for Monday runs against INT turtles using such speed tactics. If you don't have him or Red-Haired Shanks, Dismantler Franky is a good farmable fortnight 2.5xPSY booster you should get eventually. Tony Tony Chopper Post-Rampage's 3.5xSTR boost is great for QCK, and decent for other turtles too, and he is a farmable raid boss so you should end up with him sooner or later. Monkey D. Luffy Gear Third and similar captains work very well, of course, through the F2P options are more limited for rainbow teams (Sadie Impel Down Chief Jailer, Mr. 4 and Lassoo the Dog-Gun). Most legends (Sugo-Fest rares) of course work pretty well, too, once you have good teams for them, but that's another guide.
    • Double Ironfist Fullbody another great farmable character (and very easily farmable at that) that can be used to autokill the elder turtle in one turn, saving you one or two minutes on the run. He can be special MAX'd at 5 turns so it will be a better option for speed runs. Some high damage teams with expert players who can hit perfects may not need him, being able to take out the Elder with regular chains, but for most teams, Fullbody is a great addition, and even for combo teams, he is a good backup.
      • Combo and ATK boosts do not match well. Avoid bringing long combo units like Roronoa Zoro Ashura Ichibugin if you have the strength to kill the turtles with regular attacks. Higher combos take longer to cycle through and will slow down you speed runs.
  • If you do not have the right characters (presumably you are a new player with few choices), you have some other choices:
    • High combo strategy: First option is just to do regular hits as quickly as possible, using the "tap tap tap" method; for that select characters with the highest combo statistic. This is recommended for starting players who do not have high damage output teams (slasher, G3, LL, Rayleigh, 3x captains, etc. ) or when you are too busy to pay attention to the game. Using this method and assuming you run Fullbody you can expect to kill one turtle (or at most two turtles) in every attack, and to be able to clear the battle in about five minutes, so in other words you may be able to do this event about six times before it lapses. If you don't have Fullbody, add one or two minutes to this, which decrease the number of times you can do this to about four or five.
    • Marine tandem strategy: Second one is as follows: a team of 5 marines (see the Knuckle Ensign Navy HQ for Tandem team) can deal 2,000 in fixed damage as a tandem. It relies on pulling a tandem orb so it cannot be relied upon consistently, but works wonders for lower level teams.
    • Fixed damage special strategy: Third, there are some highly useful specials that can define or improve your strategy. If your team relies on specials for speed farming, just get to the Elder turtle stage as fast as possible. Then just attack and miss with one character until your specials are ready. There's no need to waste time attacking with your whole team if that's what you are waiting on to clear the stage. The useful specials to consider are:
      • Fullbody's special, discussed above.
      • If you do not have Fullbody or do not have the strength to take out the Daimyo turtles with regular attacks, wipe out the whole stage with a fixed damage special (Sanji Diable Jambe Flambe is the F2P option you are given at the start of the game).
      • Additionally, poison damage is also fixed damage that will wipe the turtles in one turn.
      • A lower level team MAY benefit from a Defense Reduction special if all else fails. Some characters can half or completely negate high defense. Even the lightest hitter will be able to take out a turtle with a regular hit when their defense is removed. The problem with this approach is it can be quite slow due to waiting for higher cooldowns. A F2P def lowering unit that's easiest to get is Cabin Boy Helmeppo.

Hime / Princess Turtles Edit

The Hime turtle meta game has changed turtles! Hime/Princess turtle defense is so high that building up burst rounds requires top notch specials, and their HP is too high to be affected by combo teams. Rather then bursts, you will want to go with fixed/Base Damage specials. Therefore, the Princess Turtles stage is really about surviving while charging specials, by tanking, healing, and/or reducing cooldown time of specials to use them as quickly as possible. And all of that while trying to squeeze as many 50 stamina runs in 30 minutes as possible!

In either case, you want to charge all specials on stage 1, as there is a chance you will encounter bonus stage Hime as early as stage 2. So the usual run for most teams is - stall all you need on stage 1, then special/special/special/special and you are done.

For new players, the most accessible team that can clear this, safely if not quickly, involves either the usual Eneru-healing, or a bit faster, HP tanking with a 2x HP captain As new players' Eneru is likely at super-slow 32 or so turns CD, the 2x HP approach is a bit faster as it involves specials that are usually around 18-25 range.

The deal for team construction is you'll want:

  • Captains to either, tank, heal or to reduce cooldown times.
  • 2 Elder Killer Turtle units
  • 2 Princess Killer units

Short PSA: to speed things up on stage 1, first look at turtle CD. If they are all on 1/3 or 2/4, just take out the ones that attack sooner, no brainer. But if they are staggered 1/2/3/4, chose either 1/3 or 2/4 group since the all are on 2 CD after a while they just attack every turn and by taking one of those groups out you save yourself few precious seconds of enemy's attack animation, which given you may stall 10+ turns here can add to at least half a minute, maybe much more, per run.

One final PSA, when you use a fixed damage special to clear a round it won't reduce the cooldowns on other specials, so make sure when you start to move forward your specials are ready! But you can save 1 extra turn if you use a poisoner like Don Krieg: leave stage 1 with 1 turn to charge on whoever is your longest special (as long as it is not the poisoner), use the poisoner on stage 2, and your final special will still charge. Do note this is not really a time saver as poison requires attack which takes few seconds; ideally for speediest runs you should use shortest cooldown units, and treat poison (and def reduction) as adding few seconds (~1 turn) to your run.

Recommended ShipsEdit

Pretty much all other ships are for health. Thousand Sunny is remotely useful to clear out the teens but it's not really useful for Elder or Hime turtles.

Recommended CaptainsEdit

  • Post Turn Heal: Take a look through all the units that have a Post Turn Heal. Some are better than others, but they all might be just what you need to survive through the first round while you charge your specials!
  • Eneru, Lightning Incarnate 200,000,000 Volt Amaru: The best PTH unit as he can one-shot princess turtles with his special. Slow guaranteed win!
  • Any Vivi will work. Her special is useless for the turtles so make sure your other 5 slots have you covered!
  • Reduce Special Charge Time units: These units reduce the charge time at the start of the match. It doesn't matter really if your units match for damage with captain ability, it's all about using specials to progress!

Recommended Support UnitsEdit

  • Elder Killer Units:
  • See the Base Damage units category. These units can clear stages 1-4 assuming you do not have the secret princess turtle show up! You'll need at least two of these.
  • Poison units can one-shot all elder and daimyo turtles.
  • PK units with Defense Reduction: These units will reduce the armor on Hime/Princess turtles and you can take them out with regular attacks!
  • Shanks Black Clad Emperor: He's particularly great once his cooldown is MAX for Onyx turtles!
  • Cabin Boy Helmeppo: If you've leveled up his cooldown to 20, you can effectively move faster without a powered up Eneru for faster runs.
  • Manticore: He only has an 18 turn cooldown at MAX, but it's a lot of work to get there!

Recommended Teams for Hime TurtlesEdit

Universal Special Clear Team
Captain Subs Friend Ship
F0654 F0552F0020F0603F0406 F0654 Bezan Black thumb
Requirements
  • Level 2 Cooldown Reduction but
    team is easy to socket!
  • Team ready in 9 turns!
    • -6 for Duval
    • -1 for Bezan Black
    • -2 for Coodlown Reduction Sockets
  • Charater levels don't matter,
    only special cooldowns


F2P QCK Healing team
Captain Subs Friend Ship
F0603 F0552F0020F0015F0406 F0603 Bezan Black thumb
Requirements
  • Team is all about stalling
    on stage 1 for specials!
  • Cooldown sockets help!
  • Manticore and Enel are the PK killers,
    but you don't need 3. Sacrifice
    Manticore for Cooldown sockets if
    you can kill all stages
    with specials and appropriate
    cooldowns.


Extra cooldown team tips: Enel's special is MAX at 17 so a two cooldown socket Enel team will be a 14-15 turn stall. This can take up to 5 minutes on average. For Cooldown reduction teams, you can get a MAX of 9 turns reduced bringing Enel down to 8 turn cooldown. These can bring you to about a 2-3 minute run. While cooldown reduction leads are useful, you'll do very little damage with attacks so you MUST have put in the time to lower your cooldowns on all units to about 17 or below. Having 2 cooldown sockets and the Bezan Black will get you all the way there, but you must put in the time before you can start using these squads. With the cooldown reduction leads you need to make sure you can take out 2-3 daimyo in the first 2 turns to stay alive. Since the Daimyo in round one only have 20 hp at a minimum you must have the units to be able to deal enough combo hits to take them out. After that your specials will carry you to victory!


Double Vista Team
Captain Subs Friend Ship
F0255 F0058F0034F0769F0628 F0255 Bezan Black thumb
Requirements

Vista is the only RR unit needed. All others are F2P and can be subbed around. Use Coffin Boat, Navy Ship of even Baratie if need more health, of Bezan Black for 1 turn speed. Helmeppo's special is the main reason to stall here. The two anti-Hime and F2P strategies here are Helmeppo and Tilestone.


Vista and Buggy/Baccarat/Haruta
Captain Subs Friend Ship
F0255 F0058F0020F0816F0628 F1167 Navy
Requirements
  • Buggy>Haruta>Baccarat
  • Bezan Black might work, but you are cutting into HP a lot at this point
  • Moria (CD 16) and Tilestone (CD 14) are your Hime killers. Other CD are Vista at 10 and Squard at 14.


How to Beat Chance! Hime Turtle Rush!Edit

Note: Your team should have TWO PK (Princess Killers). The secret stage appearance is low (maybe ~20%), but you should try to be ready for it. Have a backup strategy (special) ready to deal with it from 2nd stage onwards (no verifiable reports of Hime on 1st stage have been shown up to date).

Stage Strategy Enemy Info
1 Hime Turtle 1 6 Daimyo Turtles.

For double Enel teams, do not attack with more than one character. Just attack one and let it stall out. The end of the round heal should keep you alive. If your levels are too low, attack cancel on meat orbs or take out the number of turtles necessary to stay alive. Double Vista strategy is similar, through you can kill one turtle quickly before it deals damage to you. For both stalling teams, try to kill the turtles which attack in the same smallest wave first to minimize real time delay of enemy attacking animation.

For Duval teams, minimize damage and use 3 turtles to stall. Your specials should be ready in only 9 turns with MAX specials!

When leaving this stage, it is recommended to have one Princess Killer special ready to go in case you encounter a Hime on the 2nd stage. For calculating your other PK special ready time, remember that clearing a stage through the use of a non-poison special (like Sanji's or Vista's) does not advance the special timer!

Enemy Hp Attack Pattern
5 Daimyo Turtle 20 hp with 20,000 defense Attacks every 2 turns doing 1,000 damage
2 Hime Turtle 2 4 Daimyo Turtles, 2 Elder Turtles.

If you need to stall more: Target an Elder Turtle who has at least a 2 turn cooldown. Fire through your entire squad's attack and let each attack miss on one of the Elder Turtle. Repeat on the second round and it should finish off the Elder turtle. Repeat this process for turns 3 and 4 on the second elder turtle. Continue to stall with one missed attack per turn on the Daimyo turtles until all your specials are maxed out.

For Duval teams and other teams with charged specials, just let a non-Pk special (Sanji, Vista, Don Krieg, etc.) rip!

Enemy Hp Attack Pattern
Daimyo Turtle 20 hp with 20,000 defense Attacks every 2 turns doing 1,000 damage
Elder Turtle 55hp with 100,000 defense Attacks every 2-4 rounds turn doing 4,500 damage
3 Hime Turtle 3 2 Daimyo and 1 Elder Turtle.

For Enel/Vista teams, use your fixed damage/poison dealers like Don Krieg, Sanji or Vista to kill all the turtles in one round.

For Duval teams, just let a non-PK special rip!

Enemy Hp Attack Pattern
2 Daimyo Turtles 20 hp with 20,000 defense Attacks every 3 turns doing 1,000 damage
1 Elder Turtle 55 hp with 100,000 defense Attacks every 4 turns doing 4,500 damage
4 Hime Turtle 4 1 Elder and 2 Daimyo Turtle.

For Enel/Vista teams, use your fixed damage/poison dealers like Don Krieg, Sanji or Vista to kill all the turtles in one round.

For Duval teams, just let a your special rip! If you haven't encountered a Princess Turtle yet then you will have 2 princess turtle killing specials ready. It doesn't matter which one you use!

Enemy Hp Attack Pattern
2 Daimyo Turtles 20 hp with 20,000 defense Attacks every 3 turns doing 1,000 damage
1 Elder Turtle 55 hp with 100,000 defense Attacks every 4 turns doing 4,500 damage
5 Hime Turtle 5 Onyx Hime Turtle.

Your double Enel team should have at least one of your Enel's maxed out at this point. However, if you have a character that can deal 12,500 Base Damage to one character, it is recommended you target the Hime Turtle first (if dealing with a version where she is not alone, if she is alone, it doesn't matter, of course). Double Vista teams should use their PK move accordingly.

For Duval teams, let your last special rip to take out the Hime Turtle!

Enemy Hp Attack Pattern
Hime Turtle 12,500 hp with 500,000 defense Attacks every 2-4 turns doing 20,004 damage
2 Elder Turtle 55hp with 200,000 defense Attacks every 2-4 rounds turn doing 4,500 damage
Onyx Hime Turtle Chance Clear

Congrats, you've beaten the round and have earned your title and rainbow gem!

Team Builder HelperEdit

Base Damage Units


Post Turn Healing Units

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