Idleon Accuracy Guide – How To Increase & Requirements

Last Updated on September 27, 2023 by Samuel Franklin

Idleon Accuracy Guide – How To Increase & Requirements

This Legends of Idleon accuracy guide includes all the accuracy requirements for monsters and every possible method for those wondering how to increase accuracy. With this statistic driving your chance to hit enemies it is key to your progression through the Idleon game worlds and needs to be finely balance alongside your damage. While you might like to simply overinvest in accuracy this will leave you significantly weaker in the process and the best approach is to keep accuracy only as high as you need it for your current map (or a few maps ahead when progressing quickly).

This accuracy guide to Idleon covers everything from the basic details to the advanced mechanics to ensure all players have the information they need. I’ll start with the accuracy basics, followed by all the options available for players looking how to increase accuracy and conclude with all accuracy requirements for monsters so you can plan your progression of this key stat carefully. Refer to our other Idleon guides for further tips to progress your game account.

Table of Contents:
Accuracy Basics
How To Increase Accuracy
Monster Accuracy Requirements


Idleon Accuracy Basics

As a general rule you should always aim for 100% accuracy for the map you are farming although it is possible to get away with 90%+ temporarily for short term quest needs or fighting bosses if you’d rather not wait and don’t mind some reduced efficiency or an extra boss challenge. Accuracy is one of the many stats in Idleon that you can see within your character stat window and the away info screen which provide all the necessary information you need to determine if you can fight a monster effectively or not. On my Shaman below you can see I have an accuracy value of 626 currently:

idleon-shaman-accuracyOn the Wood Mushrooms map this translates to a 76% hit chance which is still a fair bit shy of the 100% target. Looking at the accuracy req (requirement) at the bottom of the away info you can see the minimum accuracy for this monster is 250 and in order to have 100% hit chance I need to get to 750 accuracy on my Shaman character. Note that the minimum level gives you a 5% chance to hit and anything below this will always be a 0% chance.

idleon-away-info-screenIf these accuracy requirements seem high don’t worry there are plenty of ways to increase accuracy in Idleon and these numbers pictured here on one of my characters isn’t needed until the later stages of W2.

Idleon How To Increase Accuracy

There are a wealth of methods to increase your accuracy in Idleon and all of them play a key role in reaching the high accuracy requirements of the later game content. As with all Idleon mechanics you don’t want to over invest into a single area from these options below with a diversified approach giving you a greater benefit for your resources (time and items) in most cases. These options to improve your accuracy are listed approximately in the order that the game mechanics become available. Note that you can also obtain accuracy from Party Dungeon stat boosts and the arcade balls mini-game although these are often better invested in other account upgrades (such as damage) so are excluded from the below guide.

Secondary Class Stat

Your first introduction to accuracy boosting methods in Idleon is your secondary class stat. Each class (including their subclasses) has a stat that increases accuracy as follows:

idleon-stat-info-str-agi-wisInvesting in the respective talents that give these stats in your first class talent tab is an easy method to obtain the necessary early accuracy. For the end of W1 you should expect to reach anywhere between level 30-40 points invested in these talents which will be sufficient to attack the first boss with close to 100% accuracy. This is a rough guideline and also the recommended approach due to the lack of other accuracy sources available early in your progression.

In addition to acquiring these stats through your first talents you can also obtain them from later talent tabs, equipment, upgrade stones, obols, guild bonuses, family bonuses and many of the other sources noted below. While they don’t provide the accuracy stat itself these are still an important consideration in reaching the highest accuracy levels and combined with an alchemy modifier known as Shaquracy (detailed further below) are actually quite powerful alongside specific accuracy boosting options so should not be ignored. This is particularly the case given that most accuracy boosts are percentage based so if you don’t have sufficient base accuracy (which primarily comes through these secondary stats) the gains from the accuracy percentage boosts will be severely diminished. As with all things in Idleon a balanced approach generally results in the best cost efficiency and you should always monitor your own player stat window to see what is giving you the best accuracy result. As your Shaquracy alchemy level increases you can likely reassess how much you have invested in these secondary stats and move the talent points into damage talents instead.


Another early potential source of increasing your accuracy in Idleon is the various cards obtained from monsters and resources. Each card has a base value of benefit that it provides when first collected which is then upgraded to bronze, silver and gold for boosted effect as you reach particular card number milestones within your account. There is also platinum levels of these cards although they are significantly harder to achieve.


The cards that currently increase accuracy in Idleon are as follows:

Source Effect Base Bronze idleon-cards-silverSilver idleon-cards-goldGold
idleon-card-copper-oreCopper Ore + Base Accuracy 4 8 12 16
idleon-card-wood-mushroomWood Mushroom + % Total Accuracy 5 10 15 20
idleon-card-sand-castleSand Castle + % Total Accuracy 4 8 12 16
idleon-card-veiny-logsVeiny Logs + % Total Accuracy 3 6 9 12
Neyeptune + % Total Accuracy 5 10 15 20
idleon-card-set-frostbite-tundraFrostbite Tundra (set) + % Defense and Accuracy 5 10 15 20

Note that there are also several cards that give you base stats in STR, AGI, WIS and LUK that can also be used if you do not have the above options and still have available card slots.

Star Signs

Players start with a single star sign when creating their Idleon character and eventually can change this to a different one or have two active at a time. While your starting star sign and others can give you some STR, AGI, WIS and LUK you can also unlock the Robinhood sign for a boost to your accuracy. The Robinhood star sign provides the following:

  • +4% Accuracy
  • +2% Movement Speed
  • +1 Can’t Trade GME (a meme reference to Gamestop stock and has no actual effect)

Alternatively, the Centaurii star sign gives +10% accuracy although is significantly harder to unlock as it is located in the Hydron chart (second star sign chart).


There are only two stamps that directly impact accuracy in Idleon and both change your base accuracy value. The Target Stamp is available very early in your adventure and upgraded with thread that will abundant to players so don’t hesitate to invest heavily here and as often as possible. In comparison the Bullseye Stamp comes much later in your progression and the material to upgrade it can be difficult to obtain until you have sufficient catching efficiency on a bowman.


Stamp Name Effect (Per Leve) Source Material
idleon-stamp-targetTarget Stamp + 1 Base Accuracy Blunder Hills (W1) vendor Thread
idleon-stamp-bullseyeBullseye Stamp + 2 Base Accuracy W2 Enemies (Tyson, Moonmoon, Sand Giant, Snelbie, Efaunt, Chaotic Efuant) Sentient Cereal

There are also stamps for STR, AGI, WIS and LUK available for some additional accuracy gains though and worth investing in for their passive boost to your primary stat on other characters anyway.


Statues are fairly limited in accuracy gains with only the Bullseye Statue available which gives you a % accuracy boost. Acquiring the first few levels here is a fairly easy task and likely to occur passively as you explore the game world and complete quests. Like other statues you can purchase an upgrade through the golden statue that allows this stat to be shared across your account regardless of who handed in the statues.

idleon-statues-bullseyeThe Bullseye Statue can also be farmed with relative ease though as it’s dropped by Walking Sticks, Nuttos and Wood Mushrooms which have useful drops, money and experience in their own right.

The Hunter class has a skill available that increases the effectiveness of these statues although is not something you’ll be investing talent points into in practice.


Alchemy is one of the powerhouse mechanics in Idleon for accuracy and other account gains giving you access to all sorts of impressive boosts. Consistent investment here across vials and cauldrons will be well rewarded and accuracy is no different with the following giving you some opportunity for accuracy gains.

idleon-alchemy-brewingNote that most of the gains from this source actually come from indirect sources such as stat boosting (STR, AGI, WIS, LUK) and one key cauldron bubble called Shaquracy.


Vial Material Benefit (per level) Notes
idleon-vial-flyFly +3 base accuracy The only vial that has a direct boost to accuracy and is fairly easy to farm on mass that makes reach cyan vial (level 5) relatively easy.
idleon-vial-bullfrog-hornBullfrog Horn Talent Points for Tab 1 Extra points in tab 1 can be invested in your accuracy stat (STR, AGI, WIS and LUK) although only a minor boost compared to the above vials.


Cauldron Name (Number) Effect Materials
Quicc idleon-alchemy-shaquracyShaquracy (7) Secondary stat gives +% more accuracy than normal Bloach & Water Droplets

Shaquracy is the holy grail of how to increase your accuracy in Idleon and means you’ll extract significantly more value from all those small investments in your STR, AGI, WIS or LUK stat.

Note that in addition to the above every cauldron type has the following for potential accuracy gains:

  • A level 1 bubble that increases STR, AGI, WIS and LUK respectively.
  • A level 2 bubble that increases the bonus of other bubbles in that cauldron for a particular class (excluding the yellow Kazam cauldron).
  • A level 11 bubble that increases talent points in each tab for that a particular class (excluding the yellow Kazam cauldron).


Dungeons (or party dungeons) are first available in Idleon world 1 and are a fantastic source for a range of important account statistics, keychains, equipment and star talents. This includes accuracy, AFK gains and weapon power that are bought in the Flurbo shop which is a pink currency you’ll earn within a dungeon and for completion of a dungeon run. To maximise your gains and minimise the time required players should keep an eye out for happy hour notifications on the left hand side of the game screen which will teleport you to the dungeon map and if players are in a party during this special hour you’ll be able to use a large number of your weekly dungeon passes at once for large rewards.


Post Office

The post office in Idleon offers a steady ramp up of power like other mechanics with diligent daily completion of the assigned tasks. As you complete the post offer orders you’ll earn boxes that can be invested into one of 12 possible shipments.

One of these post office shipments (Box of Unwanted Stats) offers base accuracy along with defence and monster experience that make it an optional shipment investment for your account as a source of accuracy gains. Prior to the dungeon mechanic noted above this was an important early game source although is no longer an absolute must have but still provides a relatively simple source of flat accuracy if needed.



Equipment in Idleon can provide some boosts to accuracy through the secondary stats they provide that can be improved further with upgrade stones. Nearly every single item in Idleon provides some level of stats but there is only a single rare item that provides accuracy directly.

This item is the Frisbee Ring that offers 20 accuracy and is rewarded from the Frisbee Fanatic quest from Sprout in the Base of the Bark map. The quests leading up to this are fairly straight forward but finding his lost frisbee from Wood Mushrooms can be quite a journey given its 1 in 100k drop chance.

Class Talents

There are currently two class talents in Idleon that offer you the potential to boost your accuracy (other than the various talents that offer secondary stat). You simply won’t be investing into these talents though to acquire accuracy as your points are better invested elsewhere in these talent tabs so they are included here solely as a reference.


Idleon Accuracy Requirements

Below we detail all the accuracy requirements for Idleon enemies split by area and bosses up to World 3 (W3). Your goal should always be to meet the recommended accuracy requirement before investing significant time into farming the monster or killing a boss and can let you plan ahead for accuracy investment. These are presented in progression order (lowest accuracy to highest) with each accuracy requirement rounded to the nearest whole number for easy stat window comparison.

Note this accuracy chart does not include crystal monsters as the accuracy for these varies depending on the map they spawn on and will always be 2.5 the accuracy needed of the monster on that map.

Blunder Hills (W1):

Enemy Minimum Accuracy (5%) Recommended Accuracy (100%)
Green Mushroom 1 2
Frog 1 2
Bored Bean 1 3
Slime 2 6
Baby Boa 4 12
Red Mushroom 13 38
Carrotman 5 15
Glublin 8 23
Wode Board 13 38
Poop 50 150
Gigafrog 30 90
Boop 60 180
Walking Stick 75 225
Rat 90 270
Nutto 100 300
Wood Mushroom 250 750

Yum Yum Desert (W2):

Enemy Minimum Accuracy (5%) Recommended Accuracy (100%)
Sandy Pot 30 90
Mimic 40 120
Crabcake 60 180
Mafioso 73 218
Sand Castle 85 255
Dig Doug 114 342
Pincermin 113 338
Mashed Potato 130 390
Tyson 150 450
Moonmoon 165 495
Sand Giant 183 548
Snelbie 200 600

Frostbite Tundra (W3):

Enemy Minimum Accuracy (5%) Recommended Accuracy (100%)
Xylobone 50 150
Bloodbone 50 150
Sheepie 275 825
Frost Flake 325 975
Sir Stache 388 1,163
Bloque 450 1,350
Mamooth 700 2,100
Dedotated Ram 525 1,575
Snowman 600 1,800
Penguin 675 2,025
Thermister 750 2,250
Quenchie 850 2,550
Cryosnake 950 2,850
Bop Box 1,075 3,225
Neyeptune 1,200 3,600


Enemy Minimum Accuracy (5%) Recommended Accuracy (100%)
Baba Yaga 150 450
Dr Defecaus 300 900
Biggie Hours 300 900
King Doot 500 1,500
Dilapidated Slush 1,000 3,000
Amarok 53 (Normal)
875 (Chaos)
158 (Normal)
2,625 (Chaos)
Efaunt 275 (Normal)
2,000 (Chaos)
825 (Normal)
6,000 (Chaos)
Chizoar 1,125 (Normal)
3,750 (Chaos)
3,375 (Normal)
11,300 (Chaos)

Written by
Samuel Franklin
Samuel Franklin is the founder and lead editor of the Games Finder team and enjoys video games across all genres and platforms.

Idleon quickly became one of Sam’s favourite games for its MapleStory vibes and ability to idle play while working on Games Finder reviews, articles and guides. He also enjoys the balancing and optimising of the various game mechanics across the available game worlds as he continues to push his damage and printer output to new heights.

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