Facebook Dynasty Saga Late Game Gambit Generals Guide



Facebook Dynasty Saga Late Game Gambit Generals Guide

Shi Dakai (Taiping Rebellion Stage)

Strength: 80
Bravery: 110
Intelligence: 50

Troop Type: Infantry (Natural Block chance)
Special ability: High damage against Infantry

Gambit: Tide Turner – Continuous gambit, deals both normal and gambit damage, recovers troops equal to 50% of damage dealt.

Shi Dakai has good Strength and Bravery but is low in Intelligence. In order to use Shi Dakai properly, he needs to be enlightened in both Strength and Bravery. At the same time, a strong weapon and horse are both necessary. Current observations suggest that the damage dealt by Tide Turner is 60% based on normal damage and 40% based on gambit damage. This property is possibly what affects all other late game gambits as well.

That being said, you can expect a fully strengthened Shi Dakai to deal around 2000 damage each turn on average with his gambit against a similarly strong opponent. This would result in him healing 1000 troops a turn.

Zeng Guofan (Qing Dynasty Stage)

Strength: 115
Bravery: 70
Intelligence: 80

Troop Type: Infantry (Natural Block chance)
Special ability: High chance to Block

Gambit: Last Stand – Continuous gambit, deals both normal and gambit damage, increases chance to Block greatly.

When Zeng Guofan’s gambit triggers, he becomes almost immune to normal attacks due to his high block rate. Thus he can be used to destroy pure siege armies. However, because very few people use pure siege armies, his usefulness is therefore limited. Zeng Guofan is useful in campaign because campaign enemies depend a lot on normal attacks.

Again, he needs to be enlightened in both strength and bravery and equipped with both a good weapon and a good horse to work well.

Nuer Hachi (Qing Dynasty Stage)

Strength: 85
Bravery: 115
Intelligence: 45

Troop Type: Cavalry (Natural Dodge chance)
Special Ability: High chance to Critical

Gambit: Unstoppable Charge – Continuous gambit, deals both normal and gambit damage, deals damage in a row.

Strong Bravery and Strength, needs to be enlightened in both strength and bravery and equipped with both a good weapon and a good horse to work well. Nuer Hachi does not do as much damage as Liao Hua but his continuous gambit should be able to make up for it.

Nuer Hachi can also dodge and have criticals so he does perform well in PVP.

Zuo Zongtang (Qing Dynasty Stage)

Strength: 100
Bravery:80
Intelligence: 90

Troop Type: Archer (Natural Critical chance)
Special Ability: High Counterattack

Gambit: Frenzy – Continuous gambit, deals both normal and gambit damage

Not much is known about Zuo Zongtang yet, but seeing that he does not have any special ability attached to his gambit should mean that his gambit deals more damage than the other advanced gambits.

Many people have asked what is Counterattack. Basically, it is an ability that can trigger when the general is attacked by a normal attack. What it does is to return his own normal attack damage back to the attacker. Therefore both parties take damage.

Li Zicheng (King Chuan Stage)

Strength: 80
Bravery: 115
Intelligence: 40

Troop Type: Cavalry (Natural Dodge chance)
Special Ability: High chance to Block

Gambit: Violent Charge – Continuous gambit, deals both normal and gambit damage, gives chance to stun.

Li Zhicheng is said to be the gambit version of Zhuge Liang. Li Zhicheng’s gambit does not fail but does not always stun, while Zhuge Liang can fail but when it succeeds it always stuns. Having three abilities, Dodge, Block and Stun, Li Zhicheng should be useful in most formations.

Zhu Yuanzhang (Ming Dynasty Stage)

Strength: 110
Bravery:80
Intelligence: 100

Troop Type: Infantry (Natural Block chance)
Special Ability: Reduced damage taken from Spellcasters

Gambit: Felicious Maneuver – Continuous gambit, deals both normal and gambit damage, has a chance to attack twice.

Zhu Yuanzhang has very high stats all around but what is important is that he has 100 intelligence. This coupled with his special ability to reduce damage taken from Spellcasters makes him a good tank against Spells.

The gambit has not been tested yet so we don’t know the success rate or the damage estimates.

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2 Responses to “Facebook Dynasty Saga Late Game Gambit Generals Guide”

  1. thank you i've updated the gambit name =]

  2. Zhu Yuanzhang's gambit is actually called Felicious Manouver.

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