Blade Lords – Tips and Cheats: The Strategy Guide

Blade Lords (alternatively spelled as Bladelords) is a brand new mobile fighting game for the iPhone and iPad. You play as one particular hero, with your goal being to fight against a nearly endless horde of enemies, unlock new heroes and weapons, and move from region to region to eventually dominate the entire world. Read on for some tips and tricks for Blade Lords!

You have up to five energy at a time, and when they run out, you have to wait a total of 50 minutes for a full refill (for a total of 10 minutes per energy). If you want to gain all of your energy back right away, go to the date and time menu on your device and set the time ahead by 50 minutes or more. An hour is a good round number to do. Once you set the time ahead, go back to the game and your energy will all be restored.

If you want, you can then go back to the date and time settings again, and then set the time back to normal. Now go back to the game, and all of your energy will still be there, so now not only do you have free energy, you have normal time on your phone. You can do this trick as many times as you want to.

Use your entire range of moves in order to make it so that you have a fighting chance against even hard opponents. The quick attack is weak but stifles an opponent, and sets them up for the more powerful attack. The special attacks cost orbs but do a ton of damage, and use the blocks (do nothing for a high block, duck for a low block) to set up your opponent for an attack.

Hit and run attacks are effective as well. Dash in, attack, then dash out, and evade your enemy. Use the time standing back to recharge your orbs. Be quick enough and you can even avoid getting hit by your enemy’s ultimate combo attack. They will just execute the whole attack against empty air, allowing you time to plan your next move.

If you are sick of getting the “connecting to the server” error, wait until you are on WiFi or have a strong LTE connection to play the game. If you have a case that blocks signals, such as a metal case, take it off of your phone, and then put it back on later when you’re done playing.