How to play the Tiansha pet system? Comprehensive analysis of PET system playing methods

ReleaseTime:2015-01-02    ReadingVolume:13
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Guide:Cute pets with cute and naive appearance in the Tiansha seem to be out of tune with the sinister Jianghu, but in fact, they can follow the master to fight with companionship, which can give you more chances to win in the PK. However, it takes a proce…

Cute pets with cute and naive appearance in the Tiansha seem to be out of tune with the sinister Jianghu, but in fact, they can follow the master to fight with companionship, which can give you more chances to win in the PK. However, it takes a process for pets to reach this level. Next, I will give a comprehensive explanation from the acquisition, cultivation and combat of pets.

Acquisition: some activities in the game can bring you the acquisition of pets. At this time, the pets you get may be in the first-class green stage, and the qualities of pets include green, blue, purple, gold and red. If you can get a pet with golden quality, it will undoubtedly attract your attention. However, pets in the initial level 1 state will also change with ascension, etc

Level, the consumption of gold coins is necessary in the process of upgrading, and this can help you raise the pet level to the same level of the character at once.

Cultivation: pet cultivation can improve its attributes. First of all, you can improve pets by collecting pet spirit stones. In this step, the attribute gain is great and pet skills will be unlocked. Each pet in the game has three skill attributes, namely default, blue and purple. The progress of advanced level will increase with the number of spirit stones, so you can open more skills.

Fight: not in all battle situations, pets will follow the call to fight for you regardless of their own lives. You can only enjoy this privilege in various instances or gods. A player can only summon one pet at a time, and pets can automatically cast unlocked skills in battle. However, you also need to observe the pet's fighting situation at any time during the battle, because as long as it dies, it can't be revived and fought again, and you can't replace it.