Introduction to the Game
In the series of 3D games, a new game Dueling Blades has come up to enjoy more. The game has great graphics. So, a guide containing the information about this game has been prepared. In this guide, tips for beginners have been mentioned so that new players may get support and strategies to do better in battles.
Start up for the New Beginners
When you choose your second class (Ninja, Rogue, Knight or Samurai), choose the one that suits your playstyle. This really matters. I have chatted with a lot of players and most feel disappointed with the class they have chosen. If you want to play as a tank, go for knight. You want to be sneaky? Go for Rogue or Ninja.
- Save gold! Do not feel tempted to buy those equipments that cost 9k gold. Save them for important skills and very shortly you might get lucky in the Free Spin and be able to snag that awesome Ultra Rare Item.
- Best method to gain money is through quests and you can try your best not to die so that your drop rate stays high. Increasing your chance to change 35 gold into a 1000 gold really helps.
- Try to keep your PVE kill-streak high or even full. The higher the kill streak..the better the success rate of the Free Spin.
- Never just buy every new skill. I advice to get at least a passive skill, a long range, a Grab Attack, an Fury Attack and one cheap EP skill. For example, for my Rogue, I use: Backstab (passive) , Poison Blade (long range), Dagger Fury (Fury Attack), Stun Kick (Grab Attack) and Broad Strike (Cheap EP).
- Never underestimate enemy NPCs. They may be stupid, but they can surprise you…so don’t let your guard down. An example would be Renge with his Tsubame skill. Get beaten and there goes your precious PVE killstreak down the drain.
- Never be afraid to PvP. It is fun and BP doesn’t really matter in the lower levels. So don’t be afraid to lose them. With constant practice, you will know that ropes and tactics to fight effectively in the later levels. Within a few days or even hours, you will regain all that lost BP points.
Detail of Tips and Tricks to Play Better:
- If there are enough EP with you, try to use a Grab Attack like Stun Kick, Tsubame Gaeshi, Counter Attack or Earthquake when cornered. When attacking a stunned enemy try to think like the enemy player…attacking from the rear is quite obvious already. So aim for the sides or even at the front! Mind tricks.
- Never underestimate Knights. Their damage may not be as strong as a samurai’s but with proper EP management they can whittle down their foes with their high defense and long range strikes. Endurance is the name of their game.
- Please always try your best to get a high score in the “locked-blades” mini-game. Try to make the outer circle align with the smaller circle. The higher your score, you will gain the strike. Nullifying the enemy’s attack.
- Please take note always that Thief/Ninja/Rogues have a wider attack range while a Warrior/Knight/Samurai have a narrow yet farther range. Keep this in mind. Knowing your strengths and weaknesses is key.
- Never be afraid to run…running in this game is not an act of cowardice but playing smart. Staying in one spot is a death sentence. Just try your best to ignore the flaming your opponent says in chat. Haha!
- Spamming Grab Attacks would not work! For beginners it might, but for advance players (1000+ BP) they will counter you with one too.
- After executing a Grab Attack try to see if your enemy has enough EP to cast a Grab Attack. If he does, stay away, do not retaliate.
- If playing a ninja and you are struggling, try “”blocking” your foes with the Caltrops skill within a medium distance. Plant one between you and your opponent, and stay away to rest for EP or plan your next move.
- When fighting against a samurai, be always cautious when engaging him/her when he/she has 9 or 10 EP. He/she might cast that super effective skill Tsubame Gaeshi.
- If playing a knight and a enemy rogue happens to land a poison blade on you, cast a Aura of Protection. That 13 or 15 damage will be reduced to a measly 3 or 5.
- When playing a rogue, play with caution and trickery. I have defeated a lot of players by using a method called “kiting”. Kiting means dealing damage and staying away from enemy attack range. Try to land a Poison Blade as far away as possible when an enemy will most likely cast a Grab Attack. Poison Blade has a farther range so it can reach the enemy without letting you get into the Grab Attack’s range.
- There is a bug. The Rogue’s Poison Blade can stack. If you landed a Poison Blade to an enemy twice, he will receive twice the normal damage! It may be cheating, but its a tip.