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Here, there are two formulas for estimating the completion time of your temple: One formulated by Spode, and one by Sophawa. Spode's formula takes into account the hero's duel record, while Sophawa's formula is simpler but does not use duel variables.

Note: If your hero has never duelled before, use Sophawa's Formula instead of Spode's.

Spode's Formula


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  • T= Percentage of temple complete.
  • A= Age of hero. If this is in months, answer will be in months and so on.
  • W= Number of Duel wins.
  • L= Number of Duel losses.


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