Gladiator Heroes of Kingdoms, released by Viva Games Studios, is a tactical positioning-based turn-by-turn auto-fighting game. While the city-building part of the game is initially frustrating due to the seemingly endless timers, the actual fights are really brain twisters. You are fighting a formation of Gladiators, and you may arrange your Gladiators approximately wherever in the arena to make use of the arena’s architecture. Also, concentrate down on a particularly deadly enemy, or ambush the target from behind to defeat them.
With everything out of the way, let’s dive into our Gladiator Heroes of Kingdoms beginner’s guide, where we’ll teach you how to overcome your foes and become the best.
1. How to choose Skills?
If you’re confused about which skill to give your Gladiators when they’re either brand new or have reached the level where they may gain additional abilities, consider carefully and choose something that will complement the Gladiators you already have and their skills.
Let’s say you have a squishy Gladiator that hits hard, but you need to choose between a taunt and a damage skill for your new recruit. Naturally, you choose the Taunt so that your new guy may relieve the pressure on your squishy damage dealer and focus on their backstabbing.
2. Save your better Statues for later
You could obtain several Gladiator Statues early on in the game that allows you to summon from the Gladiator Residence gacha without having to spend any gems. Before you do so, aim to own at least a couple of them, and go for HQ Level 4 or 6 as soon as possible, even if it means using Gems to speed things along, or not using Gems if you’re prepared to wait a week or so. You may have a more balanced squad this way, rather than having only Sword and Shield users.
3. Prioritize Upgrading Quick Structures
Always see which structures require the minimum time to upgrade and prioritize them. With just two days of improvements, you’ll be nearing the hour threshold. The lack of speed-ups means that the only option to avoid these timers is to use gems.
Because you just have one building queue as long as you don’t pay money, start with the easy stuff. Building and upgrading structures improve your city level, which is required to level the HQ past specific thresholds. Doing the easier things first means you’ll have reached the level threshold you need by the time you get to the HQ, so you can go for it.
4. Leveling Up the Gladiator
Gladiators can be leveled up whenever they achieve a particular EXP threshold. This requires them to spend Gold and wait some time while they train at the Training Center specialized for their preferred weapon. They get EXP via battling, like in other games. Although, you can earn items from the battle that offer them an EXP bonus when used on them. When they reach specific level thresholds, you can unlock both active and passive skills. From these skills, you can choose one of two to create your own unique Gladiator. Remember that you can’t use a Gladiator to fight while they’re leveling up.