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Live Battles[edit | edit source]
OGs will remember Live Battles. While they are currently taken down for a complete overhaul, they will return eventually. And it will be epic.
Offline Battles[edit | edit source]
With various battle modes available Chibi Fighters, you have a lot of options to kill some time.
Find open battles here (generally it’s best to start one, rather than look for one, they are gone so fast)
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But let’s start from the beginning, here is how they work:
Just think rock, paper and scissors. The core module is just that. There are more battle modes to come of course.
But this core module means — No leveling, no special traits, plain battle field: Quick and casual fun for everyone
Battle Moves[edit | edit source]
Chibis have 3 battle moves
Stab (Paper)[edit | edit source]
A straight stab at your opponent
Swing (Rock)[edit | edit source]
A wide swing with your weapon
Dodge (Scissors)[edit | edit source]
A swift move trying to evade the enemy
For easy understanding just think:
Swing — Rock
Stab — Paper
Dodge — Scissor
Open Battles[edit | edit source]
You can find all Chibis waiting for a fight, here. But battles are gone very fast. It’s best to go to your Chibis detail page and start a fight, rather than picking one.
You can do this here. Select a warrior and scroll down, set the moves, play for coins or Gems.
Select your 5 moves and off the Chibi goes into war.
Our battles are fully off chain. Of course playing with predefined moves doesn’t really give you a tactical advantage. This is more for the casual gamer who is busy doing other things or before bedtime. Send your warriors out there and see the results the next day.