Marvel: Avengers Alliance Guide | Tips for Beginners

Marvel: Avengers Alliance Guide
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Introduction

If you enjoyed watching Marvel cartoons or comic books, this game will be your favorite game!

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Basic Stuff

Experience Points

These are your bread and butter points that you get every time you defeat an enemy or do missions and complete certain tasks.

Energy(Yellow bar in the middle)

This is the amount of battles you can fight. Every time you perform a battle, energy gets taken away. If you would like more energy, you can get them from friends by gifting or asking. They must be friends that actually play the game. There are plenty of groups that you can join on Facebook that adds Marvel friends. Alternatively, you can also wait for the bar to replenish itself.

Silver

The currency used to buy items and weapons and other resources. This can be gained from visiting ally cities and also from normal battles.

Gold

The real money currency for the game. This can be used to speed up everything and make you an instant powerhouse. This is your "fast track" currency to the power level of OVER 9000! You also get 1 gold when you level up and also finishing the 4th star mastery permission.

Command Points(CP)

This allows you to recruit your favorite Marvel Heroes. You can get more command points from random items when completing missions.

Here are some other good ways to gain more command points:

  • Log in daily to play for a chance to win some command points
  • Defeat an Epic Boss to get 1/3/5 command points from the prize
  • Farm CP by getting to Chapter 3 mission 5. You can get a maximum of 15 CPs from the roulette. Each run is 90 energy.
  • Completing your tasks, heroic battles and challenge mode will also grant you CP.

S.H.E.I.L.D Points

This acts as a third currency as it can be used to train, research and buy items from the store.

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Battle Guide

Class

Each class has its own strength and weaknesses. There are 6 classes. They are Generalist, Blaster, Bruiser, Infiltrator, Scrapper and Tactician.

Generalist - A neutral class that does not get a bonus or disadvantage against other classes.

Blaster gets the following bonus against Bruisers:

  • Gains Focused Attacks when attacking or attacked by Bruisers
  • Guaranteed crit against Bruisers
  • Ignores Bruiser defense
  • Takes reduced damage from Bruisers

And disadvantage against Tacticians:

  • Gains a Tactical Maneuvers after attacking or attacked by Blasters
  • Takes reduced damage from Blasters

Bruiser is strong against Scrappers:

  • Gain Enraged when attacking or attacked by Scrappers
  • Increases all stats

And weak against Blaster:

  • Hits from Blasters are guaranteed to crit
  • Ignores Bruisers defense
  • Gains Focused Attacks when attacking or attacked by Bruisers
  • Take reduced damage from Bruisers

Infiltrator is strong against Tactician:

  • Counter-attacks when attacked by a Tactician
  • Gains Combat Reflexes when attacking or being attacked by Tacticians
  • Increased accuracy

And weak against Scrapper:

  • Scrappers perform a free follow-up attack when attacking
  • Takes reduced damage

Scrapper is good against Infiltrator:

  • Gains Close Quarters Combat when attacking or attacked by Infiltrators
  • Performs a follow-up attack and attacks are True Strike

And weak against Bruiser:

  • Bruiser gains Enraged when attacking or attacked by Scrappers

Tactician is good against Blaster:

  • Gains Tactical Maneuvers after attacking or attacked by Blasters
  • Grants a bonus turn up to once per round
  • Take reduced damage

And weak against Infiltrator:

  • Infiltrators counter-attack when hit
  • Gains Combat Reflexes when attacking or attacked by Tacticians
  • Increased accuracy

When fighting missions, just make sure to use this to your advantage!

Buffs and Debuffs

In battle, you can receive either buffs from allies or debuffs from enemies. Buffs increase your heroes performance and debuffs decrease your performance.

Distress Calls

These are your tag team attacks. You can call upon your allies to fight in your battle by giving you a bonus attack from one of their heroes.

Conclusion of Marvel: Avengers Alliance Guide for Beginners

This guide should help you understand a little more about the game. You will have to go experience it yourself to really get to know all these little tidbits of the game. I will be updating the guide as I play more of the game. Stay tuned!

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savvas 2 years ago

ilike this game

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