Are you feeling overwhelmed at the start of the game? These Elder Scrolls Blades tips may help you. It may not be a full-fledged Bethesda RPG, but it is complex compared to most mobile games, and it may take a while to accommodate the combination of town building, combat and robbery. To help you get started with ESOM Gold, we've compiled a handy list of tips and hints that can make your first ten hours or less painful.
1. Time your blocks—and unleash spells
Shields are crucial in early games and can offset almost all damage from low-level enemies. If you time your time before the enemy strikes, you will stagger them. This gives you time to make some slips, or even better charging times for long charging times. Fireball is a powerful early game spell, but it takes a long time to cast. If you are interrupted, you will let yourself catch fire, so it will be triggered once you let the enemy hit it safely and hit it safely.
2. Hit the right, left, right combo
If you string together consecutive attacks, it will cause more damage. The best way to do this is to pat with one hand instead of one-handedly to keep the landscape of your phone and attack with your thumb. Once you complete the attack with one hand, you start attacking the other hand. Continue to rip and tear the enemies alternately - and always make sure you charge the attack until the circle is full to make sure you get a critical strike.
3. Grab healing abilities, such as Absorb and Adrenaline Dodge
It's hard to get a life potion before you unlock the alchemist - even then, you don't want to use potion every time you hit it. Therefore, it is worthwhile to invest in skill points to heal spells and skills in order to maintain your body during the mission. The Absorb spell is your best choice until you reach level 10, at which point you want to grab the Adrenaline Dodge as soon as possible: it will avoid the injury and heal you all at once.
4. Save higher level chests for later
When unlocked, the box will be scaled according to your level. So it's a good idea to save your rare boxes before you spend 10 hours or more on Blades - if you are not struggling with the current level of enemies, you don't need to worry about improving your gear. In the long run, patience allows you to get better items.
Also, if you want to open silver or better boxes, remember that they take hours to unlock. Instead of opening them while you are playing, try saving them at the end of the game so they can be unlocked in the background - so that when you find them, you can still open the wooden box.
5. Don’t forget to claim your free daily item
Understandably, many players who buy The Elder Scrolls Blades Gold may wish to avoid the store and its micro-transactions, where the gemstones can cost up to $100. But it's still worth visiting the store every day so you can apply for a free daily project. You usually grab some building materials, sometimes even the chest that can be opened immediately.