To have a good offense, you need Rogues. Rogues work like no other unit. A Rogue has a secret identity and it converts to an identity of another unit on the battleground when attacked. It can only convert into any other type of unit on the battlefield and suffers 0 damage the first time it is hit. If you don’t have another type of unit on the battlefield when the Rogue is hit, it will die because there is nothing to convert to. If you have different types of units, you have no idea what it will convert into. So, it is best to have only one real unit type so you know exactly what it will convert into.
At the start of the battle, I move my real unit either to the top corner or the bottom corner. Then I advance all my Rogues down towards the defending army. When it is time for my real unit to attack again, I skip the real units turn and then I continue advancing everyone else. After the Rogues convert, you can’t tell what is the real unit and what is the converted Rogue just by looking at them so pay attention to where the real unit is at all times.
If you lose all your real units in the first battle, you will need to forfeit the 2nd battle. It is important to ensure you keep the real unit out of harms way. Especially in a two wave battle.
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