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Beginner’s Quick Guide
This is quick little guide to help answer some basic questions that can go over the heads of new players or is not explained well.
In the begining you want to focus on standard battles.
Fight the AI for a bit to learn the game and unlock a couple of new skills.
Switch over to the PvP after you feel comfortable with your starting weapon.
Don’t worry about skill, that comes with time and they only way to get better at PvP is to do PvP. That’s what the this game is at its core, a PvP focused title.
Silver coins are rewarded randomly from doing battles and expeditions. They are meant to be used on the market place for player trading.
The best way to get new gear is to again do the PvP battle queues, at least in the beginning.
You will get a chance at random drops from them. Even if its not something you want you can scrap them at the smith and use those mats to make what you do want from him.
The world map contains two things you want to worry about early on. the resource camps and rebels.
The former lets you farm them once a day for mats used for crafting items that let you build better units, the latter is a source of EXP and items used for turning in radiant quests from fiefs.
It is best to take the rebels on with a friend due them putting out more unit squads than a solo player. this also allows you to have backup in case someone tries to gank you on the map which can happen if you leave your starting zone.
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