Auto-fighting games are currently the hottest thing in strategy games, but until now they have had some flaws on mobile platforms. Prolonged games that require constant player engagement are great for PC gamers, but mobile gamers need a plug-and-play experience, and that’s what Mythic Legends delivers. And it doesn’t sacrifice any of the tactical depth you’d expect from a strategy RPG.
We don’t have enough space to dive into every strategic detail of Mythic Legends, but we can give you some expert tips that are sure to give you an edge over the competition.
Basic tips for winning battles
First of all, unlike other auto-battle games, Myth & Legends has no time pressure, so you can research your opponents and set up the perfect counterattack to your liking. Simply maxing out your power rating won’t work in every battle here. In fact, your most satisfying victory will be against an opponent with a higher power rating. You really need to set up your formation so you can defend against your opponent’s strengths and target their weaknesses. Never assume that a formation against one opponent will be against every opponent in the tournament. If you really want to win, you have to adapt your tactics to each battle.
As in other auto-battle systems, synergies play a big role in Mythic Legends, so deploying as many heroes of the same origin or level as possible is usually a sensible strategy. The synergy bonus at level 2 is always more than double that at level 1, and the bonus at level 3 is always double that at level 2, so stacking your heroes into one or two synergy bonuses will give you the best synergy addition. But as powerful as synergy bonuses are, they’re not everything. You also need to consider the level and rarity of your heroes, their individual abilities, and how they stack up against opposing teams. Sometimes sacrificing synergy for another priority can win a battle.
Get to know the champion
Given so much happening on the screen in a short amount of time, it can be tricky to pinpoint exactly which heroes, which synergies, and which artifacts will help you the most in combat. Luckily, Mythic Legends includes a sophisticated battle stats screen to help you figure out where your strengths and weaknesses lie. The most important part is the damage, which tells you how much pain each legend and champion managed to inflict. But always keep in mind that not every Warrior’s role is primarily to deal dam age. Under Received, you can see how much damage each hero has absorbed, which is especially useful if you want to check if your defensive knight hero is in play. Under Healing, you can check the effects of your priest and other healers. Of course, you always have to keep in mind that your next fight may be completely different from the last, but it’s still a very useful tool.
Between battles, you can choose champion cards and artifacts to strengthen your team. Champion cards are only available in small quantities, and if you’re lucky, may be enough to level up your champions, but the biggest difference is the artifact. There are two main methods for selecting artifacts. You can snap up 3-star items as soon as they become available, or you can take a long-term strategy and invest in 1-star artifacts early, then upgrade them into extremely powerful 2- and 3-star items. As always, there is no single right way to do it to this point. You need to consider which artifacts will be most beneficial to your team and which will cause the most problems for your opponents. In general, leveling up Universal Artifacts is a solid strategy, since no matter what your strategy is, they’re usually good for your entire team. Rare, more specialized artifacts always have some random aspect that makes them more of a gamble, so you never know if they’ll prove completely devastating or completely useless.
know your enemy
You’ll face up to 8 opponents in Mythic Legends tournaments, and even the most die-hard strategy gamer will have a hard time keeping track of everyone and tailoring their strategy for each. That’s why we recommend identifying the strongest players early in the tournament and focusing your tactical brainpower on how to beat them. After all, they’ll be the last players standing at the end of the tournament. You may incur some small losses against weaker players along the way, but it doesn’t matter if they’ll be eliminated after a few rounds anyway. If necessary, focus your mind and your coins and gems to defeat those stronger players and you are more likely to come out on top at the end.
Our last tip is about the best long-term strategies in Mythic Legends. You’ll inevitably have to level up your early-acquired champions, and they’ll fulfill a sort of “Old Faithful” role, meaning you won’t be willing to retire them, even if you unlock new, fancier origins as the game progresses. conduct. But we can’t stress it enough, and while it might be a bit of a pain, investing in New Origins is well worth it when it comes to unlocking them and phasing out most of the old heroes. This is because the origins you unlock later usually have better heroes and better synergy bonuses. As always, there are no absolutes or guarantees, you need to experiment and mix and match. But we can confidently say that if you rely too much on the old faithful, you will gradually be left behind by players who take advantage of the new Origins.
Join the battle today!
Now, if you haven’t started yet, you should be ready to enter the Mythic Legends Arena and start rising to the top of the tournament leaderboards. Remember, there is no one way to win.The fun of this game is experimenting with combinations and formations, and the more you play, the more you discover new and more effective strategies