SPLINTERLANDS- HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE LADDER
It's been a while since my last post, especially one about Splinterlands. I've missed the whole process of playing the game, recording gameplay, and writing articles. Unfortunately, work has kept me busy, leaving me with limited time for Hive and Splinterlands. Even weekends haven't been enough, as I opted for trips instead. But fear not, I'm not planning to leave the platform anytime soon.
Now, let's dive into today's topic. Once again, I'm taking part in @splinterlands' social media challenge, sharing one of my ranked battles. So, get ready for an exciting encounter that left me craving for more.
Join me as we step back into the world of Splinterlands, ready to embrace the thrill of competition, the highs of victory, and the lessons learned from defeat. Together, let's reignite our passion for this captivating game and embark on a new adventure.
- Born Again: All monsters have the rebirth ability
- Briar Patch: All monsters have the Thorns' ability
The first card that I placed on this battlefield was Harklaw and this card is going to be my main tank for this battle. The truth is that I thought my opponent would choose a melee and ranged attack type formation but even against a magic attack formation the high amount of health points of this card did the job. This card has pretty buffed stats even at level 1 and I recommend using it even at this state.
I selected Djinn Chwala as my primary tank to bring into the battlefield. One of the main factors influencing my decision was the ruleset, particularly the powerful Thorns ability. Even at level 1, this card possesses impressive stats. However, it becomes even more formidable as it gains additional abilities such as Enrage at level 4 and True Strike at level 6. Considering my recent journey from bronze, I find it beneficial to deploy Djinn Chwala at this level.
Venari Bonesmith is the next card that I placed to enter the battlefield and I wanted to construct my main line of damage dealers from entirely Magic damage cards. This card does the job just fine at any of level but I have it at level 2.
The fourth card that I placed in my formation was the Life Sapper. The main reason that I wanted to use this specific card was the ability of Life Leech and because this card deals magic damage. As you can see I tried to focus as much more as I could at magic damage cards.
The fifth card that I chose for this battle was the Black Dragon. One of my favorite magic damage dealers in the game. As you can clearly understand this is our main damage dealer of this game and this is going to be a game-changer for us. The damage output in combination with his ability to Leech the damage that it deals it makes it perfectly of this endurance match.
Watch the Action!
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