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All you need to know about the different classes in Axie Infinity

All you need to know about the different classes in Axie Infinity

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Waqar Malik | 04 Jul 2022 10:37 UTC

A beginner guide to learning Axie Infinity Classes

Let’s turn back time to the good old days, by playing this Pokémon-inspired NFT game. In Axie Infinity, you can breed, raise, and fight against lovable creatures called Axies. Through an in-game marketplace, NFTs are used to buy axies and virtual property (Lands). The majority of transactions happen on Ronin, a quick, tailored sidechain developed by developer Sky Mavis to have fewer fees than the primary Ethereum blockchain.

We will go deeply into Axie Infinity's class structure in this guide to classes. Being competitive in the game requires you to understand how your class influences your playstyle. For example, learning how to manage greater damage and calculate your stats can help you go up the Axie Infinity game's arena ladder.

What are Axie classes? And how do they differ?

An Axie is the main character in the game that you will use to play the game. Each Axie has its own personality, specialties, and charm. As you keep playing the game, you begin to understand the charm of different Axie’s. Though the characteristics vary from Axie to Axie, there are certain things common to all of them, but they vary in terms of stats.

Each Axie has a distinct set of stats that fall into one of four groups:

Health (HP): This is the amount of damage your Axie can take from other opponents. The higher your HP, the longer you can battle it out.

Morale: Morale is a critical strike probability on your axie that can deal opponents 200 percent of their defense power in damage. Morale affects the likelihood that the last stand will succeed (a temporary life extension after HP runs out).

Skill: This is basically the amount of bonus damage you can inflict on your opponent thanks to combo cards.

Axie Infinity - Axie Infinity Classes
Axie Infinity - Axie Infinity Classes

Speed: Axies in your team take turns in the sequence determined by their speed, thus those who are faster typically take turns first. Axies' HP, Skill point, Morale Point, and ID will be used to determine turn orders if the speed point is equal.

There are 9 classes and each has its own Axie’s

Additionally, Axies can be divided into nine classes, each having unique stat points and weakness statistics, demanding careful team planning. Let's learn about nine of them!

Tank Class

  • Plant

Strength: has the highest HP stats and the greatest capacity for damage absorption. They have more defensive points and the ability to regain energy on their own.

Strong Against: Bird, Dawn, Aquatic

Weakness: compared to another Axie class, has poor damage and speed points.

Weak Against: Mech, Beast, Bug

  • Reptile

Strength: With the exception of the plant, the reptile has the best damage on attacks and strong HP stats. Additionally, Reptile Axie has the capacity to deflect damage from rivals.

Strong Against: Bird, Dawn, Aquatic

Weakness: comparatively has less speed and damage can often be limited.

Weak Against: Mech, Beast, Bug

  • Dusk

Strength: Dusk is a popular Axie with the very best speed point stats in the Tank class. In terms of attacking damage and HP, it has the most balanced stats in this class. Moreover, the high endurance factor makes it a formidable fighter.

Strong Against: Bird, Dawn, Aquatic

Weakness: Dusk is unsuitable for individuals on a restricted budget to use because it is the most expensive Axie in the Tank class. Weak Against: Dusk, Plant, Reptile

Critical Class

  • Beast

Strength: The Beast Axie has two times more chances of hitting a critical strike on an opponent of another class and you can use combos to increase the damage of strikes.

Strong Against: Reptile, Dusk, Plant

Weakness: The low HP makes this Axie more vulnerable to attack and requires additional cards for combo moves.

Weak Against: Aquatic, Dawn, Bird

  • Bug

Strength: Bug Axie has the ability to tease opponents during their turns. Teams that contain Bug players are more likely to frequently succeed with their Last Stand.

Strong Against: Reptile, Dusk, Plant

Weakness: When compared to other classes, HP, its attack damage, and speed point are all below average.

Weak Against: Aquatic, Dawn, Bird

  • Mech

Strength: A very quick-moving Axie with massive attacking power which can be doubled by using combo damage.

Strong Against: Reptile, Dusk, Plant

Weakness: Since this Axie has a low Morale point, it has fewer chances of landing a critical strike and getting towards the Last Stand.

Weak Against: Aquatic, Dawn, Bird

Damage Class

  • Aquatic

Strength: it deals damage which is more than the average and also has good HP.

Strong Against:  Mech, Bug, Beast

Weakness: Due to its low Morale score, Aquatic Axie has a very limited chance of scoring a critical strike and earning Last Stand.

Weak Against: Plant, Dusk, Reptile

  • Bird

Strength: When compared with different classes, Bird deals the most damage on strike and also is the quickest among the Axie.

Strong Against:  Mech, Bug, Beast

Weakness: It has bad defense points and has limited HP.

Weak Against: Plant, Dusk, Reptile

  • Dawn

Strength: Combo moves help you deal lethal damage to opponents.

Strong Against:  Mech, Bug, Beast

Weakness: It is comparatively slow compared to others. Weak Against: Plant, Dusk, Reptile

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