In this article, I’ll be putting the spotlight on the Beast card, “Single Combat.”
As of November 2021, this card has 80 base damage, does not provide shields, and costs 1 energy. It’s also a guaranteed critical strike if comboed with 2 or more cards.
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How Is Single Combat Used?
This card is mainly used to deal large amounts of damage and pop tanks. It could also be used in certain situations to catch opponents off-guard and burst their Axies
It is mostly used to activate Ivory Stab’s effect because of its guaranteed critical strike.
What Kind of Axies/Teams Use Single Combat?
Most of the Axies that use this card are damage-dealer “RImp” Beasts. They use Single Combat to burst enemies and generate energy with Ivory Stab.
There are Aqua Axies that have Single Combat in order to supplement their lack of damage against tankier classes. Axies with a zero-cost card could also opt for Single Combat because they could easily create a three-card combo.
Pros and Cons of the Single Combat Card
- deals high damage
- can be used to activate effects that are dependent on critical strikes
- has low base damage
- does not give shields
- needs to be comboed with at least two cards
Single Combat Card Synergies
- Ivory Stab, Piercing Sound, Luna Absorb
- these cards when paired with Single Combat creates a Beast Axie that deals insane damage while providing utility
- Sinister Strike, Acrobatic, Rampant Howl, Death Mark, Nut Crack/Throw, Branch Charge, Sugar Rush, Hare Dagger
- high-damage Beast cards paired with Sinister Strike creates a damage-dealer Axie that can burst enemy Axies with ease
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