1) Stronger pla
2) Once you get to Master 6 ranks and higher you will start facing a lot of buffed bot pla
3) Mage bots are harder to kill than Warrior bots, because you can run away from the Warrior bots.
What to do in Immortal Combat your first time:
- Fight Immortal Combat fights as much as you can, you can do as many as you want per day.
-- The reason to do more Immortal Combat fights is to increase your Score which does not reset, but it can decrease when you lose a fight. You want to get as high a rank as possible for the most rewards possible.
- On subsequent days only do the minimum Immortal Combat fights to keep the high rank rewards you already have. i.e. if you are Legend 1 or higher and you are most likely to lose at this point, then you should only do 5 fights per day.
- Following this simple idea you will maximize your potential Immortal Combat rewards by minimizing your losses.
Immortal Combat is a negative sum game, that means you lose more points than you gain when you win. This means you are far more likely to be pushed down ranks than to gain ranks.
Here is how the immortal combat match making works loosely
- Attempt to match +/-3 ranks (Raider, Veteran, etc..) within 7 seconds who is also in the queue.
- If match found then pair pla
- If no match found query databa
- The AI scaling increases quite a bit at Legend ranks and higher
Q: Why do I keep getting matched against the same person?
A: It can happen if you are the only 2 similar people in the queue. If you are Veteran 1, you could be matched up to a Veteran 4, and this person could be substantially stronger than you. Don't worry leave queue for a short time and they will quickly be out of your range.
Q: How to tell if I am fighting AI?
A: Does the level and gear on the pla
I hope this help people understand how to use Immortal Combat and understand how the system works.