Chivalry: Medieval Warfare can be quite a challenge in the beginning. With the right advice but you can pick up quite well with the veterans and sweep them from the battlefield, it then &# 8211; or get away at least with a Pyrrhussieg. Whether a beginner or an experienced warrior &# 8211; We have important tips to fight for you collected.
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Over time, you will automatically better in Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, since each of the four classes just need some practice. Otherwise, the magic of survival lies in the details of the game mechanics. The basis for this, the three main points are: Range, damage, speed for the use of weapons. Check out this well and have an eye on the defense values the classes so you know how they are related.158Chivalry - Medieval Warfare Trailer
The Basic Tips
In combat there Three different types of attacks and four target areas. With which attack their that part of the body of the enemy meet determines the damage dealt. Often the maximum damage has some risk, but for that you prosper fatal strokes. The various attacks are:
- Rod: Fast attack with good reach.
- Overhead: Means faster impact short-range, but it high damage.
- Slash: Slow attack and medium range.
Try best to estimate where your enemies meet. Depending on the body, a successful impact will cause various damage. The head is classically the most effective range. The following subdivision for matches there:
- Legs: -20% damage (-40% damage by Ranged)
- Torso: Complete loss of the respective weapon.
- Poor: Complete loss of the respective weapon.
- Head: +25% damage (+ 50% damage by Ranged)
Not only that, there are even different types of damage, which depend on the weapon used. These are Cut, Pierce, Chop, Blunt and Pierce / Blunt. There are even combinations of that damage. On Mace combined, for example, Blunt, and Pierce, wherein the total loss 50:50 is shared between the two species. This is important for when you have enemies with certain armor values. If an opponent vulnerable to a type of weapons and damage, then at him! If his armor be trained on you, then take a different weapon.
Tips for Armor
The armor differ depending on the class and are thus well balanced. How to get to our table, which class has what armor against the various forms of damage. The classes in Chivalry: Medieval Warfare are: Man at Arms, Archer, Knight and Vanguard.
|Armor / Class||Archer||MAA||Vanguard||Knight|
|Pierce / Blunt||15%||15%||25%||45%|
|Cut / Blunt||10%||15%||35%||50%|
|Pierce / Slash||0%||15%||40%||60%|
It follows that the Knight of the strongest character there, in terms of defense. However, for this it is very slow. Each class has its advantages and may, for example, a weak defense offset by good skills or rapid movement. From the values of the table shows that their Knights With blunt weapons should attack and a Vanguard With pointed weapons.The Knight is a true bastion in terms of armor.
Combat moves and attack patterns
From choosing your weapons and class logically also your style of play depends. Not every combination can be used for all fighting styles. In general, we can four different tactics distinguished:
- Handed: Area attacks with a lot of movement (Dancing).
- Handed: Direct fighting technique on a target.
- shields: Direct fighting technique with a bit more defensive.
- MAA style: Dodge and then run fast attacks.
however, true that you in your fight for any kind of style Move respects. Abide ye stand still are, very often surprise you enemies from ambush and you give off an easy target. Therefore, should you your movements on your attacks adjust so you're just in shock range of the enemy when you attack yourself. Otherwise, you should always maintain some distance.
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