Pit of War Tips Compilation
Pit of War Tips Compilation by Nate
Greetings Pit Master!
Below you’ll find some hints and tips on how to become a better Pit Master and mold your gladiators into champions and legends!
Tip #1: Training your weapon is important, especially in the early stages. Not only will this help you do more damage to your opponent, it will also help prevent you from passing out because chances are you’ll reduce your opponent’s health to zero before your endurance reaches zero.
Tip #2: Some weapons get attack bonuses from a higher strength while other weapons get a bonus from a higher agility. When trying to determine which is which, ask yourself how the weapon is typically used in combat and that will most likely give you your answer. Here are a couple of freebies – A Rapier is going to get more benefit out of a higher agility, and a Mace is going to get more benefit from a higher strength.
Tip #3: The higher your activity level the more attacks your gladiator will make, however it will reduce the accuracy and power of all his hits and he’ll burn more endurance in the process.
Tip #4: When viewing your fights, don’t forget to click on the little green squares with the orange ‘+’ and ‘-‘ marks inside of them. This will expand additional information about your gladiators and their opponents.
Tip #5: If you find that the Enforcer and crowd are unhappy with you and begin to show their displeasure in the form of inflicting physical pain on your gladiator it means you have been inactive for too long, so examine your fights carefully and see if you can use your triggers to remedy the situation by trying a different fighting style and/or increasing your activity level for example when that happens. Offensively minded gladiators don’t normally have a problem with this, but defensive gladiators always run the risk of boring the crowd if they don’t sprinkle a little excitement into the mix!
Tip #6: Many things factor into how many attacks a gladiator can make per round. It is not based solely on weapon speed or agility. The gladiator’s fighting style is a big factor as is his activity level.
Tip #7: Be mindful of the order in which you set your triggers. It is sometimes possible that multiple triggers are true at the same time, so make sure you order them in the priority that you want them to be. The top strategy row is the highest priority and the bottom row is the lowest. For example, you could be fighting a rage gladiator and be “very tired” at the same time. If you have the “My opponent is rage” trigger in the #2 strategy row, none of the triggers below it will ever get activated because the #2 trigger is always going to be true throughout the fight. To fix this you would want to put the “I’m tired” trigger above the “opponent is rage” trigger and then if you are fighting a rage gladiator and your gladiator becomes tired, he will switch to the “I’m tired” strategy row.