See 5 tips for playing Conqueror's Blade

Available free for PC, the game pits players in 15 vs 15 battles.

Want some quick tips for Conqueror's Blade? Booming Tech's free-to-play online PC game mixes elements from various genres, with lots of action and a focus on RPG mechanics, while promoting massive siege battles between 30 players, divided into two teams.

In this way, the game, which can be found free on Steam, brings a robust system of classes, equipment, units and many secrets, requiring time to be mastered. To help you on this journey, we've separated five precious tips for those who are just starting to play.

Which class to choose?

Tips for playing conqueror's blade
Classes

Conqueror's Blade features twelve classes, including Maul's, which is season-only content. Each of them is defined by the weapon it uses and has its own style of combat: sword, spear, bow are part of the arsenal. 

The title separates the classes by difficulty, as some require more skills to execute combos than others, so it's important not to be afraid and try them all.

All classes have a unique skill tree to unlock over time. This makes them have advantages and weaknesses in combat when compared to each other. So, the ideal here is to try each one of them to understand how they work, as this can become a competitive advantage against enemies, besides helping you find your favorite.

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After choosing the one you like best, keep it for a while before changing. Many classes only reveal their potential when the most advanced abilities in the tree are unlocked, and the first few days of playing are more relaxed with any class.

Certain classes become less effective over time, especially those in the “easy to play” line, as enemy units improve their armor and become harder to take down. If you feel like you are advancing slower and losing a lot of battles, switch classes.

do not skip the tutorials

Tips for playing conqueror's blade
tutorials

When starting Conqueror's Blade, there is a tutorial that teaches you the basics of combat with classes. After this step, the following tutorials are optional, which are part of a line of quests parallel to the main story.

When you choose to complete them, your character will have lessons with NPCs, who will teach advanced unit controls, how to interact with elements of the battlefield and how to efficiently use artillery, this last part very important to win matches.

We know that the desire is to go straight into combat and start dueling with other players, but it is important to follow the tutorials to get to know the game better, in addition to receiving good rewards, which will help you in the beginning of the journey.

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Which units to use?

Tips for playing conqueror's blade
Skills

The great difference of Conqueror's Blade is mixing strategy elements with its characteristic action combat system. The player controls a battalion that will help to invade or protect important locations on the battlefield.

On the face of it, there is a huge variety of units to choose from, each with unique advantages and disadvantages. All of them can be improved over time and are essential to beat the different game modes.

The most suitable unit for beginners is the Militia de Pique. The skills of this group of spearmen evolve very well over time and are worth the investment of points. When they reach their maximum potential, they deal massive damage to enemy lines, even in the most advanced stages of the game. Because of that, this unit doesn't need to be changed anytime soon and is probably the longest-lasting unit in your army among the initial options.

For more difficult activities, such as Expeditions, the Spear Sergeants are a good choice. They are a more advanced unit, but can be released very early compared to others at the same level. They are tough to make the front line and still manage to do great damage with the spears.

The Namkham Archers, Imperial Spear Guards, and Condotierri Guards are also powerful troops that you can focus on gathering along the way.

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buy a second horse

Tips for playing conqueror's blade
Horse

When you start playing Conqueror's Blade, you will receive a horse. However, there are more mount slots in the inventory and the tip is to buy the second horse as soon as possible. That's because, in battle, your horse can be shot down and being left unmounted is a considerable disadvantage. With a horse it is possible to offensively flank enemies or escape in several ways, including jumping from high heights, since mounted there is no fall damage.

Get a good horse right away, with a high level and full of resistance. They are not cheap, but they are worth the investment in the long run. 

always communicate

Tips for playing conqueror's blade
Communication

Battles in Conqueror's Blade are team-based and working together is what will make one team outperform the other.

It is always necessary to talk with allies about which points to invade, how to deceive enemies, which units the opponents are using and define the best strategy for using the artillery. As not everyone will always speak the same language, use the game's tagging system. He is very intuitive and can help to tell your plans to allies and reveal information from enemies.

However, keep in mind that leadership is required. Everyone is playing for fun! A team that is cohesive and helping each other has a much better chance of winning. 

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Other Quick Tips for Conqueror's Blade

  • Buying artillery from the market or getting them via quests is much cheaper than buying them from NPCs;
  • Use artillery to shoot down units, not human opponents;
  • Catapults can hit allies, be careful when using them;
  • Creating your own equipment is much cheaper than buying it and yields better attributes;
  • Take the Season Challenges to unlock powerful units;
  • Daily and weekly challenges are your best resource at the beginning of the adventure.

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Paulo Fabris is a journalist, writer, RPG player, gamer, cosplayer, nerd and fan of anime since the time of TV Manchete.