Totally Accurate Battle Simulator – Medieval Units Guide

Welcome, visitors. In this guide, We try to explain Medieval Units Guide in TABS game. While writing this guide, We pick up many pieces of information from several sites for you. We hope that this guide will help you.

There are other units on the website. You can click the name to see each of them

Let’s warn you about this guide. The devs keep changing unit stats. therefore, this guide work in progress.

Medieval Units Guide

namefactionhealthdamagemax range
the kingMedieval12502202,5

The bard is the Ultimate distraction unit. It will run into battle with its banjo and Dip, leaving the enemy units chasing them. It costs 60 bucks and can take one arrow to the face.

The squire is the gimpy Knight. It will wander into battle with its two-handed sword and duel the enemy units. It costs 100 bucks and will take one arrow to the face before dying.

The archer is a must have in a proper army. It will fire normal arrows at a long distance. Arrows are blocked by shields and such. The Archer takes one arrow to the face to kill it. It costs 140 bucks.

The Priest is very useful at healing strong units. The priest heals friendly units and keeps them in the game longer. It takes one arrow to kill and costs 200 bucks.

The knight is a tank of a unit. It carries the largest shield in the game and a big broadsword. Arrows have a tough time hitting him and he is a heavy hitter. The knight takes 4 arrows to bare skin to kill. He costs 900 bucks.

The first of the siege weapons the catapult. The catapult can fling huge rocks really far distances that explode the ground flinging large groups of units flying. Deals large amounts of damage. It costs 1050 bucks and takes two arrows to kill.

The King is awesome. He wields a massive two handed sword that he swings around. Each time he swings to of units go flying. like that scene out of Lord of the Rings, with that big guy.

He costs 1400 bucks and it takes 11 arrows to kill him.

This is the ending of Totally Accurate Battle Simulator – Medieval Units Guide. I hope it will help you. If there is wrong or you have suggestions, please let’s know and comment us. Have fun.

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