• Tips and tricks to enhance positioning in Axie Infinity

  • Things get complicated when the opponents’ axes form a triangle. Beginners like to align horizontally.

    Axie Infinity is a blockchain-based trade and battle game run by its users. Each Axie has unique qualities and advantages. It can be utilized in 3V3 battles to gain experience points which can be used to improve the Axie’s attributes or develop its body parts.

    Battle locations are crucial, as they determine the priority of attacks for both the player and the opponent. This means that the Axie’s position on the battlefield determines which opponent’s Axie will be attacked first. Players should always consider their offensive and defensive positions. It should be stressed that once a position has been determined, it cannot be modified during a conflict.Axie will always attack the closest opponent’s Axis.

    In a horizontal row, the Axie attacks the Axie in front of it first, followed by the middle line and finally the back line. If a player’s Axie is placed horizontally, the player’s team will also be affected. Things get complicated when the opponent’s Axie forms a triangle. Players often use triangles or reverse triangles to spread the damage of many Axes.

    Strategies for Beginners

    When Axies form a triangle, they attack the top or bottom Axie equally.This occurs when the two hostile Axes are the same distance from the player’s Axis. Although this combat position is popular, it is not recommended for beginners.

    Beginners prefer horizontal alignment. Fortunately, there are some horizontal options. Players can choose a horizontal straight line with two Axies next to each other, one in front, or two Axies right next to each other, one behind the other.

    Axie Infinity has a few cards whose placement is important. For example, Strawberry Shortcake, Mint, and Silent Whisper require axes to be placed in the specified row or location. Cards like Shrimp, Winged Horns and Toothless Bite target opponents based on proximity. They may affect the intended team structure. Depending on their role, players should deploy their Axies.

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