Welcome to the sights and sounds of Grothmar Valley. It is a stereotypical Charr space filled with people, places of wonder, and events to do. Pondering how to present this guide, I decided to describe this zone by areas.
For the past year, I have led a group of houses (The Gaiscioch Alliance) that help new players learn the ropes before sending them off to the big war. There are several key things I've learned along the way that are imperative to your success and enjoyment as a warrior in Conqueror's Blade.
Honour, signified by a gold medal, serves as the gateway to unlocking new troops, new troop abilities, and new eras. It is the single most important currency in the game as it opens doors of opportunity to you giving you more powerful troops at your disposal.
If you're trying to wrap your head around Conqueror's Blade, and you've likely often pondered about the best troops to bring with you while gathering. When I first began I thought that having farmers would result in more food output, while woodcutters might bring in more timber. Sadly I was mistaken. Every unit can be used to harvest, and most of their output depends on their "Labor".
Beginning your adventures in Conqueror's Blade, the first thing that will overwhelm you is the vast amount of units. This guide will be updated over time to provide you with updated information about the various units, their strengths, and their weaknesses.
Welcome warriors! So you were browsing the vast world of free-2-play games and happened upon Conqueror's Blade. From the raging battlefields to cinematic combat movements, the lure of an epic living breathing battlefield caught your attention. Conqueror's Blade has a lot to offer for players of all skill levels and gameplay preferences.
The Maguuma Jungle is damp and dark, teaming with life in the most unexpected places. Be watchful in the homes of the Sylvari, Asura, Hylek, and Quaggan, because the vines and spiderwebs you maneuver through have unwelcoming creatures that will eat you for dinner. The landscapes have Asuran laboratories, experiments and camps interweaved together with the flora and fauna of the Sylvari.
GmaFog was having a great time wandering around in Grothmar Valley map clearing. The only point she was having trouble with was the POI in the Shattered Steppes area. This last POI was making her crazy! After finally finding the door, it was locked and she couldn’t get in. How in the heck do you get in through the door? The root of the problem was how do you get access to this Point of Interest! Well, one kind soul said, “Follow me,” showed her where to start and then pointed GmaFog in the correct direction to get in. The following guide will pave your way to the true path into Recon Cove!
Welcome new Warlords! In this article, I will be giving you a concise guide on crafting Unit Kits. This is applicable for the current season of the game (Season One), but things may change in future updates. Hopefully, after you are done with this guide you will have a firm grasp on where and how to make unit kits along with where to find the required materials.
GreedFall is at its core an action RPG with story. Like other action RPG games in recent years the combat will require the use of some active dodging. Or in GreedFall’s case the use of dodging or blocking. This title from Spiders, published by Focus Home Interactive, features a world roughly equivalent to the great age of sail. The setting is thus similar to the 16th through the 18th century, but with some magic giving the rituals and customs of religion and tribe far more than merely social impact. Given the presence of companions who fight with you, you could consider it more of an AA mix of Dragon Age with The Witcher. It has frequently been compared to those two games. Which fits, as it is just a smaller studio making something that blends the two styles quite nicely. You will start in your home in the city of Serene, with plans to sail to Teer Fradee. You have two goals there, diplomatic ties to the other nations and the native tribes, and finding a cure to a plague known as “The Malichor.”