How to defeat the formidable Black Mamba

She’s fast, feisty, and one of the biggest challenges in Gladiator Heroes. Creeping in the dust of level 69 she’ll be ready with her guards to defeat your gladiators in one simple flash.

 

She’s a mighty dual-wield gladiator with the speed and strike capable of destroying your team before they know what’s hit them.

With the right strategy and a carefully selected team, however, her and her dual defenders can be defeated. In this guide, we outline how you can use the Black Mamba’s tactics against them and wish the terrifying level 69 goodbye.

Choose your dream team

Dual-wield gladiators are the best class to send into combat with such a feisty opponent as they can use the Black Mamba’s speedy strikes against them.

It helps if they also possess the skill “dodge” as it makes it less likely that the Black Mamba’s quick attacks will make contact.

Using “additional attack” skills will also be beneficial as it will inflict more damage and reduce the opportunity for defense of the enemy.

Using one sword and shield gladiator with the skills “provoke” and “block” can also be extremely strategic.

This gladiator will draw the Black Mamba and her guards towards him which will give your allies the perfect opportunity to strike the enemy from behind when they least expect it.

Passive skills can also make or break your battle success with the Black Mamba. Due to the sneaky attacks of the dual-wields, skills such as “back protection” and “conditions resistance” can be crucial to reduce the fatality of the bleed condition and speed of the enemy’s attack.

It’s not recommended to use the tactical spearmen when against the Black Mamba because she herself is immune to most conditions.

It is also not recommended to use two-hands gladiators as despite being hulking beasts, their slow movement will be no match for the ninja-like Black Mamba and her allies.

 

Position yourself wisely

The starting position of your gladiators can be imperative for your combat success.

Ensure your gladiator’s positions are always far away from the dual-wield enemy with their backs against the wall to protect them from the quick back attacks quickly given by the opponent.

If your gladiators are positioned far away from the enemy, it will take them longer to reach you and therefore will need more than one move to attack you due to using their points for movement.

If at first you don’t succeed…

The best way to defeat the Black Mamba is to simply try and try again. She is one of the toughest opponents to beat in the game however with significant practise, she can be beaten.

So it’s time to train and level your gladiators in order to make them as strong as possible to destroy the mighty and feisty Black Mamba. Good luck Lanistae!

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Everything you need to know about clan season rewards

We take a closer look at how the end-of-season awards are divided up between clan members.

It’s the end of our inaugural clan season and our top five teams are reaping the rewards of a hard-fought month.

But how are the gems divided up between the winning clan members? If you’re in one of the top five clans, you may have noticed that the prize difference between members can be in the thousands.

In this post, we look at this in detail; how and why the huge end-of-season rewards are divided.

They say knowledge is power, so arm yourself with information and fight for the biggest rewards this season!

 

It all comes down to percentages

When you join a clan, a certain percentage of your fame is accredited to the clan’s overall fame, depending on where you are in relation to other members.

If you fall within the top ten clans members, you’ll contribute a larger amount of fame than the second group of ten members; and so on, and so forth. Here’s the breakdown:

  • Members 1 – 10: 50% fame
  • Members 11 – 20: 30% fame
  • Members 21 – 3: 15% fame
  • Members 31- 40: 10% fame
  • Members 41 – 50: 3% fame

The prizes are divided up similarly. While not an exact match, the percentage of each total prize that each member wins is related to the amount of fame that they contribute to the clan.

So, the top 10 players will receive an even share of just over 40 per cent of the total prize. The bottom 10, or players 41 – 50, will receive just over four per cent.

Clan Rewards Table

Clan Position Clan Reward Player Position Player Reward
1 60,000 1-10 2553
11-20 1914
21-30 765
31-40 510
41-50 255
2 40,000 1-10 1702
11-20 1276
21-30 510
31-40 340
41-50 170
3 30,000 1-10 1276
11-20 957
21-30 382
31-40 255
41-50 127
4 15,000 1-10 638
11-20 478
21-30 191
31-40 127
41-50 63
5 7500 1-10 319
11-20 239
21-30 95
31-40 63
41-50 31

How to reap the best rewards

So, where to from here lanistae? If you want to win the best rewards at the end of the next clan season, there are a few strategies you can try.

First of all, you’re going to want to get into one of the top clans. These clans will have a minimum fame level to enter, so you should aim for at least 31,000; the base level for the highest rank of God II.

Since all players’ fame resets at the beginning of each season, you’ll begin on an even playing field with the rest of your clan mates.

Fame is gained from multiplayer battles, so play as many of these as you can. Once your gladiators start gaining more XP and better armour and weapons, you can even choose to fight at a higher level and benefit from bigger fame.

You should also make sure that your defense team are always at full health and strategically selected and placed depending on the arena.

By focusing on gaining more fame, you’re not only suring up your shot at a bigger prize; you’re also helping your clan to move up the ranks. A bit of friendly competition against your clan mates can give you an edge where it really matters.

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