Hello Adventurers! It’s open season on Dragons this week in Sword’s Edge, with a new weapon, Order & Chaos – a pair of Throwing Axes that are particularly good at dissecting, dismembering, and generally disrespecting Dragons hiding in the last two positions of an opposing line-up.
To make things fair for the Dragons though, we’ve given the Shadow Dragon a little bit of shadowy love with a rework of her spell. Onwards!
Rumours have been swirling about mighty weapons that could help Krystara’s heroes fight back against the Dragon menace, and one such weapon has surfaced! With an axe in each hand, Order and Chaos empowers heroes to deliver whopping damage to a Dragon, and delivering solid blows to anyone else who might be occupying the last two spots. Perhaps it’s time to reshuffle your troop positions?
Heroes have also worked out how to harness the magic that surrounds Order and Chaos and the Dragon Slayer has received its own boost. It’ll now deliver bonus damage against Dragons!
In an effort to fight the raw power of these Dragon killing weapons, the Shadow Dragon has forgone its Poison ability to deliver maximum damage to anything that might threaten its kind. Don’t expect any level of armour to hold off its boosted ability.
Ever wondered what a battle would be like if the Goblin King could summon minions? Well you’re about to find out! Will this eventually lead to a spin off game that focuses on the day to day politics of a Goblin empire, and berates you when you cut funding to Goblin schools? Probably not, as the Goblin education system is famous for being non-existent.
With the PVP reset comes payouts in Souls for your efforts on the battlefield against other players. Remember, you’ll have until the next event to climb as high as you can and earn yourself some souls. Here’s what you can earn at each rank:
- * Rank 1: 300 Souls
- * Rank 2: 150 Souls
- * Rank 3: 80 Souls
- * Rank 4: 60 Souls
- * Rank 5: 50 Souls
- * Rank 6: 40 Souls
- * Rank 7: 35 Souls
- * Rank 8: 30 Souls
- * Rank 9: 25 Souls
- * Rank 10: 20 Souls
- * Rank 11: 16 Souls
- * Rank 12: 12 Souls
- * Rank 13: 8 Souls
- * Rank 14: 4 Souls
- * Rank 15: 0 Souls, and the tell-all autobiography ‘How Gems of War Cost Me My Job Productivity’ by anon.
Update: We forgot to include this but a few of you picked it up. The Hobgoblin Mana cost has been increased from 9 to 11 in order to bring his casting rate a bit more in-line with the amount of damage he can deal with his extra turn ability.