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How do guilds work in Heroes of Order & Chaos? What are Guilds to be exact? How do you join one? Is there anything...
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Heroes of Order & Chaos is a game where to be successful you need to know a lot of things. Some of these things...
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There are many tricks in Heroes of Order & Chaos that you can learn and use, but some of them are far too advanced...
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In the early stages of a game, even in the mid phases when things are starting to unravel, you don’t need to go all...
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We really like writing these two part guides on different stuff in Heroes of Order & Chaos. Yesterday, we wrote the first part of...
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Heroes of Order & Chaos is a game where you should know certain things in order to be a successful player of the game....
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Yesterday, we wrote a guide in Heroes of Order & Chaos about how you can tell a great player before the game begins or...
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How can you tell a pro player in Heroes of Order & Chaos before the game even begins or in the starting phases of the game? There are a few tricks that you can use to tell whether someone is a great player or not before you see much of their actual game. Well, it’s not really a trick but rather it’s common sense. We’re going to explain some of these things here so you can understand them better, and to make things simpler for you in the future. Once you can tell whether someone is a great player or not, you can breathe a little easier (or heavier if they are not a great potential) and get into the game with a different mindset. So let’s get on with it, shall we. 1. They are a great communicator Somebody who is a great communicator is most often a great player. It doesn’t really mean that if somebody can talk to you without falling apart is great at Heroes of Order & Chaos, but there really aren’t great players who aren’t great at communicating with their team. When you see someone who really talks well and coordinates well, you’re gonna have a great time playing with them, and you’ll probably play much better. If somebody puts you don’t or generally trolls the entire team with not saying anything during the whole duration of the battle, it won’t feel nice, and it won’t end nice either. 2. They pick a difficult hero This is a bit of a double edged sword. Somebody who plays a really difficult hero is either a total noob or somebody who can actually play. If they are a noob, they have probably chosen the hero without even knowing that he is too difficult for them to handle, or just plain not caring. If they are good, they know how to play that hero, and chances are, they are going to obliterate your enemies. Are there any more entries to this list? Yes, but you’ll have to wait until the next article to read about them.
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Yesterday we wrote a nice little guide on some of the most important things a beginner players in Heroes of Order & Chaos needs...
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There are a few things you need to know about Heroes of Order & Chaos when you are first starting in the game. Of...