Welcome ladies and gentlemen! I’m going to be giving you 10 top tips for beginners in Marvel Contest of Champions. Now we’re gonna get right into it guys.
Tip Number One
It’s very important for a lot of beginners. I see so many people make this mistake and it is. Don’t ever sell your champion. Selling champions is incredibly a bad idea. You might be enticed to sell your champions when you have over the sell button. This is because they give you a bit of ice, so a bit of gold and some fragments to form the next tier of champion up. However, if you obtain a second copy of that champion, you’re essentially gonna get double the rewards for selling that champion.
Also, still have that champion and if you give that champion enough time to bring up to the max awakened level; then you get a crystal as well. When you do pay as
well as the double rewards out which can give you even more rewards and some rarest staff an exclusive champion. Do not ever sell champions, any longer spectrum of the game. If you do, you are crippling your progression so much.
Tip Number Two
Spend your units on the most important thing. In my own opinion, spend your units on masteries. These are key to the combat Marvel Contest of Champions under the utility tree which are two masteries. One called as Parry and the other one called Dexterity. If you can parry and evade well, then you can literally do fights without taking any hits at all. This is going to save you a ton of units on potions and potions on revives. In addition, you can do the more
difficult content to get the better awards. These two masteries are pretty much key to buy initially; and then moving up in terms of what to spend your units on as well.
These kind of ties into the second point but after you got parrying evade, you want to look at saving up for the two masteries; called precision and cruelty. These will give you a huge increase in your damage output. Precision means the you crabs your temper critical chance by ten percent which pretty much doubles the base chance for most champions. And then cruelty increases the damage but while it isn’t a great critical damage multiplier it’s still does a lot for your damage. Overall, those are the two masteries that you will probably want to focus on spending your units on.
Tip Number Three
After you’ve got Parry and Evade, the third point is quite important one. This is going to seem very tempting when you’re new to the game. But do not spend any units on premium hero crystals or featured hero crystals. They are insanely bad in terms of drop rates and especially when it comes to kind of the mid to end game. You can get so many of them just by playing the game on a weekly basis. Like as an end game player myself, I can farm around if I really wanted to buy.
Doing all the stuff, I can farm about 40 of them every week so that’s about 4,000 units. Whereas, in terms of units, you can only get like eight hundred to a thousand units a week. And that’s if you’re farming like quite a bit; so in terms of the wider spectrum of the game do not buy premium hero crystals. There are so so many ways that you can get them free in game, that’s kind of a little bit of pro tip here. The crystals that I guess are okay guys, but to be honest as a new play, you do want to focus on your masteries. They come off at the weekends for the crystal shard.
Crystals aren’t bad, they’re a little bit better but still there are a tiny bit bad. You know if you’re new to the game, you have an effective output increase by investing in the masteries. Additionally, doing the story and event quest and all other things that we’re going to talk about. Expand your roster so you’ve got parried evade. The important thing is parrying and evading does take quite a bit of practice. If you do want to become like a pretty decent model contest of Champions player, you are going to have to sit down for a couple of hours and learn how to parry and evade.
Once you learn those two skills like you are set, you are going to be so ahead of the curve. If you’re a new player and within the first few days a week, you can master or at least get like a pretty good concept of powering and evading. Get the rewards and do everything a lot faster, a lot more efficiently. I really do suggest spending some time learning to Parry and evade because it is going to help you a lot.
Tip Number Four
When you’ve initially played, the game are probably going to about chapter 2 of the story quest. But once you complete that act 2 of the story quest, it’s really to set your main focus on doing the monthly quests. Every month for about every like 30-40 days a new event will come up. Events are limited time and have some pretty good rewards for the most part. So the reward at the moment for doing normal, as one hundred percent is a free star guillotine.
A ton of free star fragments, a ton of premium fragments, some upgrade components and loaded Logan II splashed here and there. But it’s really important to, in my opinion, once you get to a level, where you can clear these to prioritize doing them over the story quest. And that’s because the story quest is always going to be there. However, the monthly events are a limited time thing. They only last for 30 days, so again you know I’d put my priority on clearing those events.
Personally, as a new player this really helped accelerate my progression. Especially when it comes to expanding your freestyle. Roster if you can, you know a hundred percent
normal. You are pretty reliably going to get to free star champions and then you can just keep on building and building up your roster. At the moment, it’s guillotine who’s a great champion so if you’re a new player want to dive in.
Tip Number Five
Next tip is all about grinding arena early on. There’s an aspect of the game called arena, now there are different brackets for arena. There’s basically a beginner’s bracket and the first 60 days of playing the game. You’re going to be moved into the veterans bracket 60 days after you create your account. You’re going to be competing against basically everyone else in the game. Now in terms of how arena rewards work, especially the rank rewards, this can load. If you start grinding arena early on in the beginner bracket in the first 60 days of playing the game; you are grinding against people who’ve also just started playing the game.
You can get some very easy free star and possibly four star champions depending on how much you play. Especially when you get to the veteran bracket are a lot more difficult to get. So if you’re playing the game really hardcore from the start, I do suggest for the best rewards. You go pretty hard in arena in the beginning because it’s gonna give you like such a huge benefit in the longer term. You can get some of the the featured champions which are the new and exciting ones.