More about Trimps:
Exploration: Helium UniverseRadon UniverseMapsUnique mapsUnlocksImpsStoryLoot
Basic Information: Trimp (species)ResourcesStructuresJobsUpgradesEquipmentSettingsCombat
Long-term Gameplay: Helium/RadonPerksHeirloomsFormationsMasteryAchievementsLiquificationFluffy/Scruffy
Gameplay Changes: PortalChallengesVoid MapsChallenge²Player's Spire
Anomalies: Broken PlanetCorruptionSpireMagmaEmpowerments of NatureObsidian
Other Useful Info: GuidesCalculatorsChangelog

Trimps are the main creatures in the game. They are a renewable resource, and can be assigned to jobs. Those unassigned to any job contribute to breeding. They can also be sent to fight on the world map.

The game reveals some story about them.

Housing[edit | edit source]

In the beginning of the game, the player will be able to trap up to 10 Trimps in traps. These Trimps are housed in the player's ship. However, the player will soon notice that 10 Trimps are not nearly enough to help explore the vast world, and has to acquire upgrades to accomodate more Trimps.

The following housing will be able to accomodate extra Trimps:

These are combined into a "Housing" category under the breakdown for Max Trimps. In addition, one is able to earn extra space for Trimps in the world by clearing cells with a present icon, adding this "Battle Territory Bonus" to your housing. Finally, one is able to use the Dimensional Generator to generate extra housing for your Trimps.

The following factors increase the maximum number of Trimps you can have:

The following factors reduce the maximum number of Trimps you can have:

Jobs[edit | edit source]

Any Trimps you have acquired can be assigned to jobs to help you produce more resources.

The following jobs are available to your Trimps:

Breeding[edit | edit source]

If Trimps are not assigned to any jobs, then they will begin to breed, creating even more Trimps.

Battle[edit | edit source]

At the beginning you can send one Trimp at a time to fight. After completing the 10th cell of Zone 1, the player unlocks an upgrade called Bloodlust, which gives the ability to toggle an AutoFight switch which sends Trimps automatically to fight after your maximum number of Trimps has been reached.

After completing each zone the player gets a Coordination upgrade, which increases the size (and stats) of your battle group.

Fighting Trimps have three major statistics: Attack, Health and Block.

Attack[edit | edit source]

In the beginning, your single fighting Trimp has a base attack of 6. However, this quickly becomes insufficient to progress past enemies, and the player has to increase this stat in order to defeat enemy imps to progress.

This is done through buying equipment for your Trimps. List of available equipment boosting attack:

  • Dagger
  • Mace
  • Polearm
  • Battleaxe
  • Greatsword
  • Arbalest (Complete Slow to unlock)

Equipment can be prestiged for extra buffs to attack. All of this is summed up as your Trimps' base attack.

The following factors increase your Trimps' attack:

The following factors reduce your Trimps' attack:

Attack Range[edit | edit source]

There is a minimum/maximum range of attack power Trimps are able to deal to the enemy. The default is Min 80%, Max 120%. With the Range perk, the minimum damage is raised to 100%. In the Discipline challenge, the ratio is modified to Min 0.5%, Max 199.5%. Some daily challenge modifiers can also change this ratio.

Critical chance and damage[edit | edit source]

By default, Trimps have a 0% chance to deal critical damage (shown in-game as Crit!) to enemy imps for +100% (200% total) damage. With Relentlessness, one can increase this chance up to 50% for +400% (500% total) damage. The critical chance and damage can be further additively increased by your equipped Shield Heirloom. Some daily challenge modifiers can also alter this chance.

If your critical chance falls below 0%, there is a chance for your Trimps to deal a Weak! hit for -80% (20% total) damage equal to negative critical hit chance. Weak! hits are unaffected by critical damage modifiers.

Going above 100% critical chance will cause Mega Crits to occur. They display different in-game message than usual Crit! and at base deal 5x (or 500%) critical damage. Every 100% critical chance increase will allow higher tier Mega Crits to happen; damage dealt by them is compounding with previous tiers.

Displayed damage will be equal to minimum crit tier possible, i.e below 0% critical hit chance displayed is Weak! damage, between 0 and 100% regular, over 100% Crit! and so on.

Critical hit chance Message Base damage multiplier
below 0% Weak! 0.2x
between 0 and 100% Crit! 2x
between 100 and 200% CRIT! 5x Crit!
between 200 and 300% CRIT!! 5x CRIT!
over 300% CRIT 5x CRIT!!

Damage dealt by Mega Crits can be additively increased by tier 9 Charged Crits Mastery (+1) and E5L10 Fluffy ability (+2).

Currently highest possible critical hit chance is equal to 387.5%, making CRIT highest tier Mega Crit. Maximum Mega Crit modifier thus reaches 512x.

Health[edit | edit source]

In the beginning, your single fighting Trimp has a base health of 50. However, this quickly becomes insufficient to withstand enemy hits, and the player has to increase this stat in order to progress.

This is done through buying equipment for your Trimps. List of available equipment boosting health:

  • Shield without Shieldblock
  • Boots
  • Helmet
  • Pants
  • Shoulderguards
  • Breastplate
  • Gambeson (Complete Slow to unlock)

Equipment can be prestiged for extra buffs to health. All of this is summed up as your Trimps' base health.

The following factors increase your Trimps' maximum health:

The following factors reduce your Trimps' maximum health (not to be confused with effects draining your health):

Block[edit | edit source]

Trimps start out not having any block. However, Gyms and Shield with Shieldblock can be purchased to allow your Trimps to nullify part of the enemy's incoming damage. With a block value higher than the enemy's attack, your Trimps are able to take no damage at all. However, focusing only on block is not recommended once the player breaks the planet since enemies will be able to bypass your block and damage your Trimps.

Fluffy[edit | edit source]

Fluffy is a special Trimp the player encounters after beating the fifth row of Spire II. He acts as the player's pet, being able to level up and give the player various additional bonuses.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The name Trimp comes from trapped imps as trapping was the first mechanic that Greensatellite made.
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