How Battles Work in Axie Infinity

If you dared to play Axie Infinity, but you have little knowledge, you are a beginner and you do not know what to do or you are looking for strategies to become a better player, today is your lucky day, because we will talk a little about the statistics, bonuses and attacks of the game.

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  1. What are the statistics that each Axie has and what is its function?
    1. Health
    2. Ability
    3. Moral
    4. Speed
  2. What are the body parts of each Axie and how do they affect battle?
  3. How does the game’s battle mechanics work?
    1. How is damage from battles calculated?
    2. How are combo attacks and critics performed?
  4. What are the bonuses that exist in Axie Infinity?
    1. Shield
    2. Chaining

What are the statistics that each Axie has and what is its function?

Axies have four stats : Health, Morale, Skill, and Speed, which work in the game as follows:

Health

The health stat, also known as HP, is the ability of the Axie to withstand attacks and stay upright.

Ability

Known as Skill, it is the one that adds damage when performing combo attacks (that is, the number of cards or movements it plays).

Moral

This stat refers to your chances of being critically hit by an opponent’s attack.

Speed

Also known as Speed, it designates the Axie who must attack first (he or the fastest) and reduces the chances of receiving a critical hit.

The Axies have 140 base stats, spread over these four stats. They vary depending on the species of each Axie and the parts of its body.

What are the body parts of each Axie and how do they affect battle?

In Axie Infinity, the bodies of each Axie have six parts: eyes, ears, horns, mouth, back and tail, of which the last four are in charge of determining the role that each one has in battle.

Each body part also adds stats to the Axie, depending on what class it belongs to. The classes present strengths and weaknesses compared to the others and are those that designate the statistics that will affect the Axie in battle .

How does the game’s battle mechanics work?

The Axie Infinity consists of playing in turns, using the cards of each of the three Axies of our team , thinking carefully about the execution of each movement and how it affects the chances of winning and defeating the opposing team .

How is damage from battles calculated?

Damage is calculated by comparing the class of the card used by the attacking Axie with that of the defending Axie. As we already said, the class determines strengths and weaknesses.

Therefore, if we use a Dawn card to face an Axie Beast , we will be dealt an additional 15% damage. Otherwise, using a Beast-type card to face a Dawn Axie, it takes 15% less damage. If an Axie uses a card of the same class, he will receive an extra 15% shield.

How are combo attacks and critics performed?

Combined attacks are carried out using two or more cards in the attack round (each team of three has a deck of at least 24 cards), whose attack power will depend on the abilities of each Axie.

Damage can be calculated using the formula (attack x ability) / 500 . For example, an Axie Beast (31 abilities) plays the Hungry Bird (110 damage) and Hare (120) cards.

We calculate that 31 x 110 = 3410/500 = 6.8. Which means that Hungry Bird, when played with another card, will take 6-7 additional damage. If 31 x 120 = 3720/500 = 7.4. Hare, likewise, will take approximately 7 additional damage.

Critical attacks and the probability of obtaining them are based on the morale of each Axie (the higher it is, the greater the probability). A critical hit can cause up to 200% damage to the recipient, but they are random and unspecific.

What are the bonuses that exist in Axie Infinity?

There are two bonuses within the game, which create different benefits depending on the case, which give a small advantage to win more money playing.

Shield

This is received by using cards of the same class as the Axie and with this the defender receives a 10% shield.

Chaining

When Axie’s team (regardless of the class of their bodies), play the same class of cards in a round, it is known as chaining. This bonus varies between 5 and 6%.

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