in Splinterlands9 months ago

Today I play Battle and win match. So I want to share with Splinterlands community. For this I start write a post in I think you can play battle and win matchs level up and get rewords.


During the current week I need to show you a little about the inquisitive subtleties that a letter conceals that is generally excellent according to your perspective, so today we will give you all the longing to make this content one of the most exceptional on the stage this week, this character comes to our substance manifestations out of the blue to make us discover somewhat more about the set of experiences and capacities of the characters that have a place with the bedlam army, I will show you a little about what I thought when I regulated the fight subject of this current week.

I'm practically certain that like me there are numerous clients who might want to know why the startling difference in happy and why this character was picked on the off chance that it isn't important for the deck of apparition cards... as far as concerns me I think it is excellent to change somewhat more about the subjects of fights with new characters that we can start to discover somewhat more about their accounts and capacities for new systems with regards to fights against the clients of the game, and knowing these characters of the bedlam army we give way to the new ones clients to peruse our distributed items so they have an extraordinary beginning in this astounding universe of games and techniques, we should begin discussing our personality of this current week this week.


River Nymphs inhabit the rivers of the Splinterlands. Shy and reclusive, they usually remain hidden beneath the water's surface. However, they have a strong respect for life, and they have been known to aid those in need. They are also fiercely protective of their homes and will defend it if it is threatened.
The young mage slung spell after spell at the five eldritch creatures advancing toward him out of the forest. However, his magics had no effect. The beasts stalked toward him. He staggered backward until his sandals splashed into the shallows of the river flowing behind him. They had him surrounded. The things crouched, ready to leap and tear him to pieces.

Energy surged through the young mage. His fatigue vanished, and his eyes widened in surprise. He moved with an unnatural swiftness as he whirled his arms and cast his spells, and this time, they tore into the eldritch creatures, leaving bloody gashes.

Two of the creatures fell dead. A third charged him, and he blasted it full in the face. It collapsed. But the young mage was unbalanced, and the last two leaped at him. No time to react.

A burst of water magic exploded from somewhere behind him and slammed into the two creatures in succession. They let out a shriek, nightmarish skin smoking. Then they, too, fell and died.

The young mage whirled. Behind him, a slender woman with flawless blue-green skin, pointed ears, and luxurious dark-blue hair stood in the river. The water flowed around her slim waist, and her fingertips traced circles in the current. Her features were elegant and graceful. A magical fae, born of the river, he though in awe. She was the most beautiful creature he'd ever seen.

She shot him a crooked grin, winked, and vanished beneath the water's surface.

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Round 1:


So the Summoner I am going with for this battle is a rented level 1 Life Sapper the one and only Summoner I use. This effectively means that all splash damage from my ranged attacks, drawn in by the taunt Monster, will be negated. I'll stick to renting it though. Definitely worth throwing it in any battle with a large mana pool. I cannot think of an occasion where you might go wrong with that. After 1 round, both line-ups have not suffered any losses yet. So it is still hard to tell who has an advantage at this point.

Round 2:


At the start of Round 2 I have managed to take down Life Sapper and Carrion Shade but as we can see from the screen shot uper taken a moment after the beginning of Round 2, my Stitch Leech is a goner as well. This round my damaged a card. I damaged opposite side 2 more.

Round 3:


Round 3 and one teams have 1 Monsters left on the battlefield. However, the enemy's disadvantage is glaringly obvious. I damage opposite side 2 more card.

Round 4:


Round 3 and one teams have 1 Monsters left on the battlefield. However, the enemy's disadvantage is glaringly obvious. In this round I don't damage any cards.

Round 5:


On the last or 5th round damage opposite side 2 cards. My 1 card damage in this round.

Round 6:


In the level 6 opposite side have only 1 card less. Play with this card and I damaged that card. As a results I win the match.



And Finally I win the Splinterlands Battle game. Get point 21.

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