Idle Spiral – Spiral Design Bonuses Guide

Bonuses for the different spiral designs available in the spiral shop.

Guide to Spiral Design Bonuses

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This is some of the designs I have found. If you have found more designs, please comment and I will add them.

This may be considered a spoiler, but not really.

  • * is menu page.
  • – is Active bonus (only applicable if you are using that spiral design currently)
  • = is Passive bonus (available at all times once you unlock it)

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  • Simple blue -a 10%
  • Simple Yellow -b 10%
  • Simple red -c 10%
  • Simple violet -d 10%
  • Simple white -e 10%
  • Blue and Green -HP 50% =HP 10%
  • Violet and Pink -Crit rate 5% =Crit rate 1%
  • White and Cyan -Crit damage 20% =Crit damage 5%
  • Yellow and Red -ATK 50% =ATK 10%
  • Red and Blue -DEF 50% =DEF 10%

**

  • White circles – Rest Regen 200% =Rest regen 50%
  • Green and pink circles – Rest regen 50% and DEF 30% =Rest regen 10% DEF 5%
  • Cyan and Red circles -ATK% 30 Rest regen 50% =ATK 5% Rest regen 10%
  • Blue Dottered line -Line Number multiplier 100% =Line number multiplier 25%
  • White dottered line – Line number multiplier 25% =A, B, C 5% and Line number multiplier 10%
  • Orange and Blue dottered line -Line number multiplier 25% =D, E, F 5% and Line number multiplier 10%
  • Cyan and pink stripe -V+5 =V+2
  • Blue and Violet stripe -ATK reward +5 =ATK reward +2
  • Green and Orange stripe – DEF reward +5 =DEF reward +2
  • Green Winding – EXP reward +3 =EXP reward +1
  • White and Red winding – EXP reward +10% =EXP reward +3%
  • Orange and Purple winding – ATK DEF and HP +100% =ATK DEF and HP 30%

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  • Pi -Ohm 50% =Ohm 20%
  • Diamond -EXP reward 5% =Battle upgrade cost -5%
  • Rainbow -Equation speed 100% =Equation speed 50%
  • Kanji – @+100 =Spiral equation slot +1 (background is light blue now)
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Jan Bakowski aka Lazy Dice, was always interested in gaming and writing. His love of gaming began with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Nintendo 64) back in 1998. He’s been making game guides since 2012. Sharing his gaming experience with other players has become not only his hobby but also his job. In his free time, he plays on Steam Deck.

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