Iron Blade: Medieval Legends is a new medieval RPG from Gameloft mobile gaming. Talking about specific sub-genres of role playing games, this is an action RPG, which takes place as the Demon Lord Baal goes about his second try at ruling the world. Iron Blade gives you the opportunity to be a young knight taking quest after quest and using his sword in a land of dark arcane magic, blood and glory. Face the horror of shadow after shadow, fight a war against dark monsters, explore every dungeon, and break the curse that has fallen over the kingdom! See Also Guide Mobile Legends: Bang Bang + Mod Radar.
You want to defeat the evil forces and defeat more enemies, AI and human-controlled alike. We’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks in our Iron Blade: Medieval Legends strategy guide, so check this out if any part of the game is giving you trouble.
Kill More Enemies, But Employ A Defensive Approach
Iron Blade: Medieval Legends, it’s important that you try and destroy as many foes as possible – kill or be killed, as the old adage goes. In our opinion. Going out there and employing an all-out offensive strategy will only leave you vulnerable to enemy attacks. Make sure you’re trying to block every attack that comes your way, ideally counter-attacking them and turning defense into offense. Take note that parried attacks may still do some damage on you, and are ideally a good way to help you stall for time and let your hero pull off a counter-attack.
Use Your Special Moves In Battle
With all that said, you shouldn’t ignore certain aspects of your offense either. By that, we mean your special moves, which we would recommend using to help you three-star any given level. Take note that they may take some time to charge up, and that you cannot really choose which one you want to use – they cycle around instead.
Make Sure The Parry Is Perfect
First of all, you will notice lightning bolts appearing over enemies’ heads. If you block at the time the lightning appears, it’s pretty solid and it will allow your shield to block the damage, but it’ll leave you a little winded due to a stamina loss. But if you wait it out a little bit and parry just as the enemy is able to attack in hopes of striking, you’ll see the lightning bolts first turn yellow.
The Elemental System
Like many other RPGs do, Iron Blade: Medieval Legends has an elemental system at work, and you might not notice this right away as the game doesn’t go into detail about it. But you will notice the colored symbols on each piece of equipment – blue wings represent Divine.
Maintaining And Improving Your Equipment
Choosing the right equipment is one thing, but over time, you need to make sure it’s as sharp, sturdy, and effective as possible. Whenever you’ve got the chance to do it, and if you’ve got older items you no longer need, you can use them to buff up your newer. And if you’re trying to get some new and formidable items in the game, grinding is oftentimes the key to getting just what you want or need.
Familiarize Yourself With Each Item’s Skills
Each of the pieces of equipment in the game have active or passive skills associated, and could give you additional abilities in the battlefield. Active skills are the ones that are more tangible, offering extra effects or giving you more oomph in battle to increase your chances of three-starring levels and killing more enemies faster.
What Is The Best Skill To Have?
This is a question that may have a variety of different answers, but we tend to agree with the Shield Breaker being the best active skill. This is a strike that, as the name suggests, is powerful enough to get through an enemy shield or armor, making it great to use if you’re up against those pesky armored knights. Savagery is arguably the most useful, as it reduces the cool down time of your active skills whenever you land an offhand strike against an enemy. That’s what makes it important to master the art of the offhand strike, as the passive skill of Savagery could allow you to use your active skills more often, and with greater effect.
Opening Legendary Chests
We had to save this tip for the very last, but Legendary Chests are, quite obviously, the rarest and most bountiful chests in Iron Blade: Medieval Legends. So how do you open them anyway? You’ll need 50 golden keys for that.
- “APK” install it on your device.
- “com.gameloft.android.ANMP.GloftHFHM” folder “android / obb” copy into.
- Enter the game.
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