I played some great battles in Splinterlands, I won some of them and lost others, but they're good either way! I play mostly with Rented Cards. You can reach "Gold I" with only rented Lv3 Summmoners. I used to sell my Reward cards but decided to keep them and see if their prices will skyrocket in the future!
So, this is the my post series: #bestsptbattles! Which I'm filling with links to notable battles I played, regardless if I won/lost them. All of them were interesting one way or another!
I didn't play many battles in January!
I stopped taking screenshots of the battles I played (and their links) in the middle of the month so I don't have recent battles to show but these old battles are interesting enough. I believe!
Here We Go:
|Demoralizing Enemies & High Mana Beating|
|[99 Mana] [Standard]|
|My highest mana monsters are Fire Splinter cards. While my team was slow, the combo of "Demoralize" at the front and "Shield" at the back helped me in this battle.|
|My First Even Stevens|
|[99 Mana] [Healed Out] [Even Stevens]|
|This was my first battle with the "Even Mana only" rule. I managed to win. I think my opponent would have had a better chance if they didn't put "Gelatinous Cube" as the last monster. If they put it before Cyclops, I would've taken additional three hits which might resulted in my loss.|
|A Test of Endurance!|
|[32 Mana] [Taking Sides]|
|Putting Living Lava with the shield ability as a Tank while decreasing my opponents attack power with Molten Ogre's Demoralize was a very effective strategy in this fight. Opponent didn't have a lot of magic attackers to counter me.|
|Winnig the battle with only Lv1 Death monsters|
|[28 Mana] [Silenced Summoners] [Little League]|
|I couldn't use any of my main Splinters in this battle, but I had a legendary 2 Mana Death monster so I went with the Death Splinter, thinking I'll most likely lose. I actually won!|
|Missed Many Hits & Won|
|[30 Mana] [Close Range]|
|I managed to beat the opponents self-healing Flesh Golem pretty early, but I lost my tank in the process. Each player continued to lose monsters, but my monster at the back was the self-healing Cerberus who heald himself everytime he's attacked by the goblin. Also, missed many attacks against Javelin Thrower but I managed to defeat her in the end.|
|A terrifying Earthquake!|
|[27 Mana] [Earthquake]|
|Putting Gelatinous Cube saved my both flying monsters by absorbing much of the damage while my enemy was getting damaged by the Earthquake. It was a test for endurance battle.|
|Two Monsters Defeat an Army|
|[13 Mana] [Lost Legendaries]|
|I love pairing Flesh Golem as a tank with Wood Nymph as a tank healer. I wonder how much longer will this strategy stay strong in the meta game. (At least in Gold League and lower.)|
|My First Lost Magic Fight|
|[30 Mana] [Lost Magic]|
|I was beaten hard in this battle, not only my opponent had stronger monsters. They were at stronger levels too! It's still interesting watch.|
|Death at the same time!|
|[16 Mana] [Close Range]|
|This was the first draw I get in a while. My opponent's killing blow was reflected back at him causing us both to lose.|
|[99 Mana] [Melee Mayhem]|
|Well, unstoppable Magic, but you get what I mean. Having four "3 Magic Attack" high speed monsters resutled in a rapid destruction of my opponent's monsters!|
|The Slow Champions|
|[33 Mana] [Unprotected] [Reverse Speed]|
|My Fire monsters work wonders whenever Reverse Speed is applied. Sometimes you don't know how much speed matters in Splinterlands until you see your monsters defeated one after another without a chance to attack.|
So, What do you think?
I improved the details I put in this post after a suggestion from the previous #bestsptbattles. It takes too long to write these but I'm proud of the result!
I think I'll decrease the numbers of battles next time. Taking screenshots and writing a summary for every interesting fight is time consuming.
As for now, I hope you enjoyed this,
Tell me in comments if you want more or if you'd like format change!