5) Make sure to plug your phone in more often when you are playing this game.
Rival Knights is extremely graphically intensive, and as such, it has the propensity to heat your phone up to searing levels, especially on an iPhone. This, consequently, will also cause the battery life to splatter, putting you at risk of losing a battle due to a dead phone. Make sure to plug the phone in more often when you are playing this game intensively.
4) Go back to the training modes if you are stuck on a particular boss or stage.
Training modes are the only ones that are still playable even after you beat them, and if you are hard up for equipment, they’re a great place to rack up coins, especially by earning the three coin bonuses for performance (speed, perfect start and perfect hit). 180 coins per round really adds up.
3) Defeat the “one chance” rounds to earn free gems, as well as the boss rounds.
If you lose the one chance round, that’s it, so be sure that your timing is perfect. Train beforehand if you have to. Not so with the boss fights, but boss fights are difficult because there are multiple rounds in a row. Both of these specific types of fights will earn you free gemstones as a reward.
2) Spend your gemstones wisely.
Don’t spend them on the boosts before the beginning of the battle. Wait until you get free boosts as a reward for beating other rounds, and then use those if you have to, and even then, use them only during PvP tournament rounds, especially ones in the tournaments that cost something just to enter.
1) Before you spend gemstones to enter a tournament, make sure that you’re fully committed to it.
Enter as close to the beginning of the tournament as possible. ESPECIALLY don’t enter towards the end of the tournament. If you pay to enter this event, then commit in full to it, ignoring the other events and playing (and winning) this one as much as possible. Use your winnings from the single player mode to go towards improving so that you can have the best performance in this mode.