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No Idea How to PvP!!

AuthorMessage
Survivor
Nov 14, 2010
1
I'm new to pvp and have no idea how to go about it. I did 5 matches and won only one LOL. Any tips for a lvl 80 death?

- Fallon Star lvl 81

Defender
Mar 09, 2018
183
Fallon Star 4 on Nov 20, 2019 wrote:
I'm new to pvp and have no idea how to go about it. I did 5 matches and won only one LOL. Any tips for a lvl 80 death?

- Fallon Star lvl 81
Honestly just keep going until you hit max. Death PvP is really not great at your level and while Exalted/Prodigious is alright it's much easier when you have your scion and Qismah's Curse.

Survivor
May 07, 2014
5
Fallon Star 4 on Nov 20, 2019 wrote:
I'm new to pvp and have no idea how to go about it. I did 5 matches and won only one LOL. Any tips for a lvl 80 death?

- Fallon Star lvl 81
just go first and spam beguile cause its broken

Survivor
Dec 22, 2019
4
I have no idea either! I'm a level 41 storm wizard and every time I go in ranked pvp, the same things always happen.

My opponet places 1 or 2 storm shields on the first few turns, and without any DoT spells it takes a while for me to destroy them. By the time I do, they usualy just use some treasure card or high pip card and they kill me in 1 or 2 hits, as I only have 1500 health.

Another problem I recently face is people who get criticals every single turn, some of them arn't even that much higher level than me. When a 0 pip spell does 300 damage, it gets annoying.

Survivor
Apr 07, 2011
1
look up some videos on youtube for your school and watch how they play their opener and what hits they dig for.

Geographer
Mar 16, 2012
919
Fallon Star 4 on Nov 20, 2019 wrote:
I'm new to pvp and have no idea how to go about it. I did 5 matches and won only one LOL. Any tips for a lvl 80 death?

- Fallon Star lvl 81
I think you've done well for a complete beginner. One win out of five? Not great but not terrible either. The key to all successes is - practice.