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So You Want to be a Beast Melee Master?

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violet ellenwo...
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Post time 2014-12-25 04:08:04 | Show all posts |Read mode
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        ElysianLush (S46)

Choose your Beasts

        First and foremost, choose your beasts.;Strive to have as many legendary beasts as possible in your array, and in turn, level them as high as you are able to without compromising your main beast for regular gameplay. Be kind to your fur babies and FEED THEM!

        Placement of Beasts
        You have nine positions within which to place your beasts. ;I suggest focusing on 1, 2, 4, 7 and 9 for your strongest beasts and these are the ones you should level at least to 40 (or as high as you are able to), with the first beast training completed, if possible.;The rest are fillers.;Start with your main beast in the first position. Assuming, it is strong and you have leveled it well, you should be able to take out at least the first two or three of your opponent\'s in melee. Your remaining beasts should be spread out in vitality through your array with the strongest at the top of each column. ;Spread your weaker beasts in the remaining positions of each column with position 2 of column 1 and position;3 of column 3 being those in your top five. (Note: positions begin top right column down, followed by center down, and then left column down)
        You have several buffs available to be placed on your beasts. ;The extra round should always be placed on the beast with the highest vitality (in my case, preferably the beast in slot 1). ;Your top five, as mentioned above, should carry your buffs and be spread throughout your array. How you choose to do so will depend on what works best for the beasts you have available to you. I would suggest the Vitality Restored buff not be put in position 2, but rather saved until later in the match as many stronger players will also have higher leveled beasts at the end of their array.;


        In closing, placing your beasts well and to your best advantage will allow you to beat players with a higher level beast for one simple reason... each beast receives a limited number of turns. A Siren or Astral Tiger with much higher vitality can still be defeated in the end if you have more turns and health available than they can overcome. Choosing your array and buffs wisely are just as important as having the strongest beasts. ;And remember, the more rounds you win, the more crystal rewards with which to continue upgrading your beasts.;

        Good luck and may the beast be with you!

        Each time you upgrade a beast, you MUST edit your array and click Auto-Deploy. Not doing so will result in your beast\'s vitality not be upgraded for the match.

 violet ellenwo... Last edit in 2014-12-25 04:08:04


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