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Beast melee strat: outlast 'em

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        Beast selection:
        When entering beast melee you should select the 9 strongest beasts you have available. Once youve done this, giving them even a slight upgrade in level is a cheap and efficient way to better your chances at winning. Many players dont upgrade their basic beasts at all, so even a minimal point advantage between similar beasts can net you a win.

        The combat:;
        I generally like to spread out my beasts evenly. Some strong in the early rounds to get the numbers advantage, then one or two in the end to keep my number advantage up. If you have a high output legendary beast id suggest giving him the extra turn buff so that you may continue to beat up on lowly beasts early on. Increased Health buffs should be used for later round beasts so they can fend off the higher level beasts that most opponent will use in later rounds. With this strategy you dont have to necessarily beat players (which is great for non pay to win players) this strategy is strictly to out last your opponent.;


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