The Brave Conquest tips presented below are based entirely on the experience of yours. I like this game and I will continue playing, while these tips and tricks are something that I have managed to discover so far. I will only talk about the things I have tried, especially the Heroes, and I will update the content later. The main part of this article of tips and tricks will be dedicated to spending gold, positioning your army and heroes that I have tried, so enjoy.
My Hero Meta
Without having tried all the heroes, his humble writer has concluded from his pairing experience that most people level up and use the Great Huntress and the Ice Queen . His intensive AOE damage abilities are excellent for traversing trapped enemies. However, I did not get the Ice Queen and would not use it anyway for the simple reason of its attack nature. Of course, she does AOE and reduces the enemy's movement speed, but if the enemy units are not held, it is not as effective.
The Great Huntress
The Great Huntress, on the other hand, can be used to its full potential. 80% of the time However, it is important to anticipate the movement and positioning of the enemy in the right way. I have discovered that most of the time, it is better to start by placing your Great Huntress on the sides of the battlefield. If it is set to move in parallel with your front-row armies, once the enemy formation collides with yours, it will have a vertical line of enemy units positioned perfectly for its volley: Arrow Stream. However, she loses effectiveness if an enemy Hero attacks her in close combat, or if an enemy Hero is the first unit that enters her rank, which means that the Great Huntress will stop advancing and the edge of her ability to volley will not join behind. the hero.
The Vampire Lord
I was lucky to get the Vampire Lord from the Golden Chest. It is quite soft but has excellent damage. However, it is his Summon Bats ability that makes him strong. Summon 5 relatives of bats in the chosen area to attack the enemy for 15 seconds. Bats become targets and enemy units will have to deal with them. In addition, the cooldown of the skill is quite fast, so you will have 10 or more bats deployed at any given time. And, bats do not stay in the area that the Vampire Lord summons them, but will cross the battlefield to the nearest enemy, if their initial target is down.
I have been fortunate to get Wolfina from the beginning. and also evolving it. Unusual quality Wolfina obtains the ability of lycanthropy, which transforms her into a wolf. She receives a great boost of absorption from ATK and HP with Berserk for attack speed, which lasts 8 seconds. Therefore, it is ideal for dispatching enemy heroes and works excellent in a contest with the Great Huntress, which is in charge of enemy formations with its Arrow Stream. His only weakness is CC, so be careful not to activate his Lycanthropy just before an enemy hero, like the Paladin, stuns you as you will waste the CD.
Missions are closely connected to your supply, that is, Warehouse and Farms Missions grant a large amount of all coins in the game, so it is important to manage them efficiently. But to do so, you must manage your production and warehouse perfectly. In this regard, you should devote part of your attention to the materials you will need for the missions currently available. If you simply sow, harvest and make items in frenzy, you are likely to end up obstructing production when you fill your Warehouse and at the same time you lack the items you need for your current missions. That is why it is a good idea to verify the missions and produce the things you need for them at this time.
Of course, you can expand the Warehouse, but I have found it difficult to find Elements of Expansion, especially Painting. However, some items or products, such as watermelons and corn, do not have as much demand, so concentrate your production on wheat and pumpkins for pumpkin and mead patties, since they are almost always necessary for a search. In addition, Lumber and Iron are much more sought after than Leather in the middle game.
Without a doubt, the most important question everyone will face is which units to level up, assuming that the strengths and weaknesses of the army are clear to you. On the battlefield, positioning your units correctly is as important as using the right type or having a strong level. Then it is important to know the skill and the special plan of the unit. While it is obvious how to place your flying cavalry to jump over the front line of the enemy in the composition of the remote unit, this is also easily counteracted and you can avoid this tactic and use an alternative method.
For example, if an enemy has the infantry placed in the first lines and the rangers in the back, you can use the normal Charge Cavalry that will hit the front lines on their rangers and group the units. Then, you can use any amount of AOE effects to tip the scale, even if you used Cavalry that is weaker against the Infantry. In the example below, I faced 3 infantry and 2 support battalions, and I still chose to go with 2 cavalry with charge and 2 at a distance. Once my chargers pushed back the enemy Infantry to get close to their support, I used Freeze on the one hand, Heal on the other and I supported my army with my heroes as best I could. The result was two stars, but it was a difficult challenge for my level at the time.
When you are surrounded by enemy units, it is better to respond with brute force as best you can. If the enemy is behind and in front of you, just extend the units you choose. In the example given, I have paired every 2 enemy infantry battalions with one of mine. I have also chosen to deploy a remote battalion that I have placed in the center of my training, so my infantry units protect it from all sides. In addition, I faced the battalions of the enemy 4 with my melee hero, Wolfina, while The Grand Huntress is on the brink, waiting for the enemy units to organize themselves in a line so that I can use their Arrow Spray in the best possible way.
In regards to my spells, I will wait to see how my army decides to position itself before using spells. In this fight, all my infantry battalions have received help from my heroes or from my remote battalion, all but one, which faced two enemy battalions. I chose to use my two spells to support that one. It worked great and I easily earned 3 stars.
When you face an enemy hero with only Support units in their bottom line, one might be inclined to go to the entire Cavalry, but this might not be the best course of action. Assuming that you take into account the abilities of the Heroes, going to the entire Cavalry may be wrong because the Cavalry is not the most suitable to fight against the enemy Heroes. In the example below, I have left with a mixed composition, allowing two Cavalry units to deal with enemy supporters, while my infantry and rank go for the hero. The infantry has the possibility of stunning when hitting, which is priceless in this regard. However, in this fight, one more enemy Hero joined the fight behind and attacked my rangers, so I used my spells to support them and went out with 2 stars.
Now, this may be the most important question of all: should I save or should I spend, and on what? In my experience, having gold is as important as having medals and even diamonds. The resources in Brave Conquest are abundant, so it makes no sense to review them all. There is a common factor that you should consider when spending them all, and that is the experience. In later stages of the game, you will need a huge amount of resources, but if you save now you will need God knows how much time to get there because spending gold elevates you.
So, it seems to me that it is a matter of choosing what to invest in and maintaining it. As you can see in the photo, I have chosen to focus on four heroes that I think best suit my playing style: Wolfina, Paladin, Grand Huntress and Vampire Lord. However, as leveling becomes increasingly expensive, I could focus on Wolfina and the Great Huntress.
The photo below shows the levels of my unit and here, I have done the same as with the heroes. I chose some units that I think work best in the widest variety of situations and decided to focus on leveling them. I will continue to level Royal Knights, Royal Cavalry, Royal Airborne and Royal Gunners. Also, I will keep the Royal Legion. I already have a unit of Pirate Guild and Goblin Thieves, but I will not spend resources on them. Maybe only a small amount if I don't have experience for my main profile.
Finally, you may feel inclined to exchange Medals for Gold or vice versa when the merchant arrives, but I strongly recommend that you do not. You never know which of the two will run out when you reach the later stages of Brave Conquest and, in addition, the side missions grant almost the same amount you get with an exchange, just invest time in working your farms, restaurants, blacksmith and factories . And, any bonus from the Cathedral must be ignored until the end of the game.
Brave Conquest mobile is a game that offers tons of features and potential paths. Sure, it offers in-game purchases, but I had the impression that all the packages offered are too expensive. And besides, I've never paid real money for resources in any game I've played, so I insist on finding ways to do things on my own. And, this game certainly does that. Just play your cards well and you can enjoy them on a competitive level without spending a penny.