Tips for Rival Domains (Notification)

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Have you cleared the Rival Domains maps that were added in Ver 2.3.0 yet?

Even if you're struggling, it may be easier to clear them than you might think–with just a few helpful tips.

We'll cover the difference in tactic between the beginning and the endgame, as well as the right team composition to match these phases of play.

Tips on Tactic

The tactic you'll want to use for Rival Domains change depending on whether you're at the beginning of the battle or toward the end.

○ At the Start: Secure the Camp Quickly!

First, concentrate on taking your foe's camp! Even if enemies are surrounding the camp, capturing it should be your first priority. If you can take the camp, the enemy's ability to advance will be restrained. You will also be able to quickly send your units to the front lines!

To meet this goal, try using Heroes with high movement (Icon Move Cavalry.pngIcon Move Flying.png) or Heroes who can attack from a distance ().

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○ The Endgame: Keep Calm and Pick Off Heroes!

When reinforcement appear every tun, it makes it rather hard to actually defeat the fortress. In other word, if you try too hard to destroy the fortress, you will actually be fighting against yourself, in a way. Keep calm and reduce the enemy's numbers.

If you place your Heroes on the warp points around the foe's fortress, reinforcements will not be able to appear in those spaces. When the enemy numbers are down, it's best to place robust Heroes on the warps. Approach the fortress with Heroes with high stamina (Icon Move Armored.png) and Heroes with healing skills ().

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Tips for Creating Your Brigade

○ Create a Brigade That Suits the Situation

Heroes will be sent out in order, starting from the upper-left slot in the Edit Brigades menu. Create a brigade that fits your beginning and endgame strategies.

○ Heroes to Start With

To take the enemy camp quickly, the attack range of your starting eight Heroes is very important. Heroes with high movement (Icon Move Cavalry.pngIcon Move Flying.png) and Heroes who can attack from a distance () will be of great help. Including a Hero with a Dance or Sing skill could be useful as well.

○ Heroes for Later On

Near the end of the battle. not only do you want to decrease the number of foes but you also want to make sure you can keep your Heroes on the front line. Compared to the Heroes used at the beginning of the battle, more Heroes with high stamina (Icon Move Armored.png) and Heroes with healing skills () can help fill the important role of blocking warp points.

○ More Tips for Building Your Brigade

It's important to have a balanced force that can take on different types of enemy reinforcements.

Be sure to add Heroes with movement types that will score you bonus points for defeating enemies. This can be checked on the menu right before you head into battle. Use only as many as you think are needed.

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This is just one example. Try thinking of another formation as you consider your own beginning and endgame strategies. If you don't have enough of the right Heroes for the job, try using some of your friends' Heroes as well.