How To Get Holy Powder In Rage Of Bahamut: Make An Easy 30 HP

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This guide will teach you how to get holy powder in Rage of Bahamut easily, and without having to spend hours mashing buttons and supporting top players.

Note that you can also read our post on ten Rage of Bahamut tips for all levels of players as well as our write-up on the best defense cards that Rage of Bahamut has to offer.

With the new trading system that Mobage has implemented, it can be hard to get holy powder quickly and get yourself ready in time for Holy Wars.  These tips will get you up and running quickly!

1.  Buy, Enhance, Flip, Repeat

This is one of the most common ways that players these days are adding to their stashes of holy powder.  The trick is to buy a high rare, SR, or SSR card, enhance it, and put it back on the market for more money than you paid for it.

1.  Buy a HR, SR, or SSR card off of the Bazaar

2.  Use feeders, Angel Queens, and Archangel Queens to enhance that card

From here, you have two options.  For the sake of example, we will surmise that you have bought and enhanced a Claymore Maid.

 

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First option: put the card back up on the Bazaar and, on your wish list, ask for a “Claymore Maid” and “4 HP,” which covers the cost of the feeders and some extra, since those were probably free.

Second option: put the card back up on the Bazaar and ask for a few more HP than you paid for the card originally.  This is an okay method, but it doesn’t give you the ability to immediately start enhancing the card again, which can cut into your holy powder revenue.  Also, you’ll be wasting Bazaar tickets, since you have to take some of that holy powder and purchase another card to enhance.

Buying and flipping HR, SR, and SSR cards is a good way to learn how to get holy powder in Rage of Bahamut, but there’s a much better practice that I’m going to teach you in the next section!

2.  Trading For Cards of Similar But Slightly Greater Value

The trick to this method of getting holy powder in Rage of Bahamut is to pick the right cards to sell and the right cards to ask for.  You don’t want to make a huge jump in price, because that will deter buyers, but you also don’t want to sell yourself short.  If you’re going to spend Bazaar tickets, you should make it worth your while.

Here’s what you do: buy a midrange HR card, worth about ten or fifteen HP, and put it up on the Bazaar.  On your wish list, ask for a card of slightly higher value but of the same rarity and different realm.  Continue in this manner until you’ve created a huge profit margin!  Having multiple accounts will help you create a larger scale operation, since you won’t be limited by how many Bazaar tickets you have.

Again, be sure that the card is of the same rarity but that it is from a different realm.  This will give you the best chance of making a sale!

This might sound vague, but here’s a specific example of how to get holy powder in Rage of Bahamut by using this tactic.

Paladin (MAN) - Valued at around 11 HP

Enhance it, then trade it for…

Xuanwu (GODS) - Valued at around 15 HP

Enhance it, then trade it for…

Bloody Mistress (DEMONS) - Valued at around 23 HP

Enhance it, then trade it for…

Claymore Maid (MAN) - Valued at around 30 HP

Enhance it, then trade it for…

Apsara (GODS) - Valued at around 40 HP

At this point, you can sell the Apsara and reap the reward of 29 Holy Powder.  That’s awesome!

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