Knowing your opponent


Adrastia is a dual wield gladiator. Meaning that she is fast and can attack you twice in the same turn. She will attack you and in her second attack will try to find your back, if she does you will be weakened significantly. Once she has attacked she will flee as far away from you as possible in order to avoid a counter attack. Refer to the ‘opponents’ page to further understand her characteristics.


Who is best to defeat her?


If you have one, it is best to use another dual wield gladiator, as these gladiators are also fast and able to attack twice in a single turn. They will also try to flee away from her once they have attacked so that she spends some of her next turn travelling towards them. They are also more likely to find her back to weaken her significantly.


Other gladiators will also be able to defeat her, but it is more likely to happen if you use more than one. The more gladiators you use the less experience points each gladiator will gain but they will be more likely to win.


It is also extremely helpful to use a gladiator with a skill. Attacking skills such as “jump and attack”, as these skills will help to weaken her straight away. Passive skills such as “gain 10% defence when up against a dual wield gladiator” will also give you more chance of success. Use attacking skills as quickly as possible, you need to weaken her before she can find your back.


Use your gladiators with the highest rank and level to try to defeat her.

If you still cannot win, your gladiators don´t have enough power to defeat her, train them up and put them in different battles to try to give them enough experience to level up so that their characteristics improve.


Where to place your gladiators


If using either dual wield or sword and shield gladiators place one gladiator at the opposite side to Adrastia as close to the wall as possible and the others also at the opposite side to her, but close to the side walls rather than the back. This means that Adrastia spends all of her first turn travelling towards your gladiators rather then attacking them. This means you gladiators will attack first so she is weakened before you.


If you are using two handed gladiators place all of them at the sides of the other half of the arena to Adrastia, but only next to the side walls not at the back wall. They are too slow to get to her from the back wall so need to be a bit closer, but not so close that she attacks first.