A Comprehensive Guide to General Evaluation in Warfare

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This article delves deep into how to evaluate and select the best Ranged Generals to ensure maximum advantage on the battlefield. Starting from a comprehensive category of generals, specialties, and star levels, combined with real combat scenarios, we provide a comprehensive and scientific evaluation standard for you. Whether you are a novice or a veteran player, this guide will offer valuable references and insights for you.

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Assumptions for General Evaluation

  • General Category: All-inclusive
  • Specialty: Fully maximize all four aspects. (See: Specialty Guide for reference)
  • Star Level: 10 (Fully Awakened)

Criteria for Evaluation Ranged troops primarily aim to decimate Enemy-Mounted units. Thus, the emphasis is on attack prowess and march size. Generals excelling in these areas receive higher rankings.

However, when confronting a fortified enemy castle with ample siege equipment and ranged units, your troops face simultaneous attacks. In such scenarios, the importance of HP & Defense cannot be understated. We’ve incorporated this perspective in our evaluation.

The evaluations are categorized as follows, with the primary focus on Evaluation 1:

  1. Evaluation 1: Emphasis on Buffs (Prioritizing Attack)
    • Cumulative percentages of three Buffs: attack, March Size, and Rally Capacity.
  2. Evaluation 2: Emphasis on Buffs (Balancing Attack & Durability)
    • Combines the score from Evaluation 1 with percentages of defense and HP, encompassing five types in total.
  3. Evaluation 3: Incorporating Buffs & Debuffs
    • If a general possesses a Debuff, its percentage augments the score from Evaluation 2. If debuffs affect all troop types, the debuff value is multiplied by four.

Two Distinct Ranking Types Certain buffs specific to a general might not be applicable when they reinforce an ally’s castle or defend their own stronghold. (For a detailed understanding, refer to the Buff/Debuff – Basic Guide)

This implies that some generals might exhibit varying performances when marching/rallying compared to when reinforcing an ally or defending. Consequently, we’ve bifurcated the rankings to reflect these two scenarios.

Skill book Buffs Assumption By default, with the aid of an assistant, it’s presumed that the following six types are incorporated:

  • Attack, Defense, HP, Range, March size, March Speed (Each at Level 4).

This means that the skill book’s influence is generally neutralized across generals. However, if a general possesses a unique skill book that can’t be integrated, its buff value is excluded.

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