Lord of the Dragons is a new card battling RPG for the iPhone and iPod Touch. In this game, your goal is to build the best deck possible, complete quests, and join a guild and get into mass guild wars for prizes and bragging rights. Unlike in other games like this, you can also equip your warriors (cards) with various weapons and armor, adding a whole new complexity to the battles in this game. Read on for some tips and tricks for Lord of the Dragons!
To amass a large quantity of friends in this game, you’ll need to do some tricks for ’em. You need to add friends by their player ID, which is a long, convoluted nine digit number, but you can find random players to add by doing this. Go to the top page, go to the battle area, and scroll down the list of battlers. Tap on a battler’s name to access their profile, and you will see their player ID. Click on both the Add Friend and Add to Guild button to send them invites. Do this over and over again to load up on friends, and as often as you can for the guild invites to load up on guild members.
Make sure to have at least one weapon, one armor, one helmet and one shield for every single warrior that you have in your crew. For example, if you buy 10 swords for 10 warriors, then all 10 of them can use one sword, but if you buy 20 swords for 10 warriors, then only 10 of them can use it. Same with shields, armor, etc.
When you’re fighting against other players, even though you can only see their attack score and not their defense score, fight the ones whose attack is lower than yours, because chances are, their defense will be too, unless they decided to add a ton of warriors to their defensive side only. If that’s the case, then avoid them. In addition, if you see someone with a high attack but a low amount of defensive warriors, they should be fairly easy prey, so attack them too.