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zsqysq
04-24-2012, 10:30 PM
I've read a few posts and the splendid beginner's guide. I got some ideas but was not sure.

Here is the example:

If I have 5x Sorcerer (A3D1), 5x Cleric (A0D3) and 5x Foot Soldier (A1D1). And I have 10 units to go battle only.

When I attack another player, I use only 5x Sorcerer and 5x Foot Soldier. My attack is 3x5 + 1x5 = 20. And the 5x Cleric do not go battle at all.
When I am attacked, I use only 5x Cleric and 5x Sorcerer. (Sorcerer and Foot Soldier are both D1, and the game picks the Sorcerer with higher A. ) My defense is 3x5 +1x5 =20. And the 5x Foot Soldier do not go battle at all.

Is that right?

Ghost818
04-25-2012, 12:28 AM
That is correct.


Are you sure you are using only 10? because the unit count are increments of 3 and I don't see a possibility of only using 10. This sparks some curiosity.

ShawnBB
04-25-2012, 12:53 AM
Easy ghost :) He is just giving a statistical example trying to get a feedback on his calculation.

Suggest: get illusionist and battering ram combo in early game. 260 gold for 8/9 stats, can't be more happy about that.

Ghost818
04-25-2012, 01:14 AM
Easy ghost :) He is just giving a statistical example trying to get a feedback on his calculation.

Suggest: get illusionist and battering ram combo in early game. 260 gold for 8/9 stats, can't be more happy about that.

Then in that case, he is right and so are you, that is a good combo.

zsqysq
04-25-2012, 08:52 AM
Thanks Ghost.
And yes Shawn, that's exactly what was in my mind when I post this. However I am not quite in early game now :P