When players reach level 32 in "my name is MT2", they can play frozen throne. However, many players say that frozen throne is too hard to play. Let's take a look at the recommended strategy for the civilian play lineup of "my name is MT2".
Most of the levels in the frozen throne are defensive lineups. The general configuration of the lineup is a combination of three tanks, soldiers, mages and auxiliary. If the player's dual system attack power is insufficient, it is difficult to play.
If a player uses a hero who is short of cards in an instant, he or she needs an assistant that can interrupt the opponent's skills. Therefore, when choosing an assistant, the best choice is to choose the one that can be controlled. When looking at the opposite mage's enlarged move, the assistant will control it. If the opposite mage's big move is interrupted, it can help us create a good output environment.
A good output hero is the witch doctor. The witch doctor's big move can give residual blood a fatal blow. In particular, the opposite wet nurse will only take care of the front row in the battle, so when the mage's moves are interrupted, there are likely to be heroes with residual blood in the enemy camp. Once the opponent's mage or soldier's blood is the lowest, the witch doctor will immediately enlarge the second, and one of them will win.
The key to the icebound throne is to keep the energy of the main force as high as possible. In this way, even if their camp's output damage is not enough, they cultivate three tan three milk also in the past.
As long as the player arranges the lineup reasonably, uses the skill reasonably, may pass through the customs. As long as the ice eighth level and the Ninth level are passed, there will be no loss of heroes in the following levels, but it requires players to have a good lineup in the early stage.