Make sure you are close enough to select your Mon and show its heads-up display (HUD), including its wellness levels and various commands. These interactions are possible when you are on LAND deployed Metas that include Gardens (where you will find items) or Wildgrass (where you will find enemies to battle).
Health: To start a battle, your Mon must have an adequate amount of health, and few Mons can survive a well-fought battle without losing some serious health points. To replenish your Mons health, they’ll need plenty of vegetables and a good night’s rest. Make sure to feed your fighters well and give them enough sleep before asking them to step back into the ring.
Energy: Mons can overexert themselves by battling and digging. Although the right vegetable can help keep them awake a little bit, sometimes they just need to sleep it off. Putting your Mon to sleep will start a sleep cycle timer based on the amount of energy they need to recover.
Mood: Your Mon’s mood indicates its overall health, energy, and hunger. In the future, it may affect certain activities.
Hunger: Mons need to eat to thrive and battle. Your Mon’s hunger level affects how fast they recover their health and energy. You can replenish it by digging for Vegetables.
Dig: Get your Mon to explore and dig for items, such as vegetables you can grow in a nearby Garden meta that will replenish their wellness levels.
First, command your Mon to DIG for seeds on land that hosts a garden meta. Once a bag appears after their digging, click on it to automatically add it to your inventory in nearby garden. Then, select your seed from the menu to growing a vegetable.
Now you’ll need to wait the set amount of time until the vegetable is ready.
Finally, when the time is up, claim the vegetable and then select your Mon to feed it your harvest.
Follow: Select your Mon and click the Follow icon on your command menu to make sure they follow your avatar as you move around an Ethermon DCL site where Metas are deployed.
Sleep: Mons can over-exert themselves by battling and digging. Although the right vegetable can help keep them awake a little bit, sometimes they just need to sleep it off. Putting your Mon to sleep will start a sleep cycle timer based on the amount of energy they need to recover.
Cancel: Click cancel to stop the last command you ordered and reset.
Attack: To attack another Mon, you’ll need to first select your Mon and then your opponent. This will reveal an “Attack” button above your opponent, which you’ll need to press to commence your battle.