Many players think that the elite copy of sword soul blade is very difficult. They think that only the great God level players can get in. In fact, it's not so serious. Every copy has its customs clearance skills. As long as the players can master these skills, it's not a problem at all. My strategy is mainly to give you an analysis How to easily break through the elite copy of the eighth checkpoint, tell you some customs clearance skills.
1. In the choice of sword soul, I suggest that players should choose the sword soul with high attack, high defense, high life, and vertigo skills.
2. The mentality is also very important. Please adjust your mentality before you go in (in fact, it's not only here that you should have a good mentality, players should have a good mentality when playing any game at any time). Good, the main thing is to keep calm no matter what kind of situation you encounter. Don't be in a hurry because of a small situation. Even if you encounter a big situation, you should keep calm.
3. Make sure that your network is relatively smooth at present. Don't make any cards. It's dead.
4. Then there are the skills in attack. The little monsters in the previous pictures only need to keep a certain distance from them. It's better to attack them from a long distance and kill them slowly, because you must ensure that you have enough blood to resist the boss's damage. Don't be beaten into residual blood by the little monsters in the early stage. If you stand in front of the boss, you will only be killed by him My share. There will be two bosses in the boss chart, and the two bosses will have certain difficulty. When playing boss, players should not fight together, choose assassins to attack first, and then deal with Orc king. Play as I say, you will find that it's much easier than playing together. Remember to attack assassins first. (two bosses, one is the orc king, the other is the skeleton assassin)
After reading the clearance strategies and skills of level 8 of sword soul blade elite copy brought by Xiaobian, have you got anything?