Smash Legends is packed with super exciting action. This action is spread over a bunch of different modes, all of which have different things that you need to consider if you want to win. And, since we imagine you really want to win, we’ve gone ahead and wrote a guide that we think will help you do just that.
We’ve focused on the six different modes of Smash Legends to explain everything you need to know to be successful. Additionally, we’ve added some suggestions as to which character is best suited for each of the different modes. Basically, that’s all you need to know to win.
If you’ve struggled with Smash Legends, or if you’re new to the game and looking to get ahead of the game, then this guide is for you. Devour these words, take them to heart and you will become a legend in Smash Legends.
You’ve probably played a battle royale game before, so you’ll have a pretty clear idea of what to do. There’s an arena, there’s power-ups to pick up, there’s a wall of fire closing in on the edge, and the last legend standing wins. Prepare early with chests, then lead the fight to the center of the arena.
One of the best Legends to play in Battle Royale is Red. She’s fast and deals a lot of damage. Use his ultimate to stealthily attack other players who are trying to unlock boxes or collect candy and you’ll be racking up the wins in no time.
The Dominion Key is the center of the map, where you will score points. It is of the utmost importance that you keep control of the point of domination, pushing back your enemies whenever they try to attack. Don’t chase and charge, stay focused on maintaining the color of the control pad.
Cindy has the right combination of moves to dominate here. She can knock enemies back with her second attack, then destroy them with her Ultimate Leaping Attack. Combine Cindy, Kaiser, and Peter to form an almost unstoppable Dominion team.
Here you are trying to break down the opposing team member who has the crown, while also defending your own crown bearer. You need to be mobile and able to switch from offense to defense with one click.
Crown Guard is best played with friends so you can make sure that you take on a team that will complement each other. Kaiser is a good choice, due to her high HP and protective abilities, and Alice’s mix of crowd control and damage output can protect and attack at the same time.
Dueling is a 1v1 battle to the death, and it is one of the most difficult modes to master. You will need to know the character you are playing with and understand your opponent’s offensive and defensive abilities. The health potion is also very important – try to make sure that you are still the one drinking it.
Hook can be a great character in Duel. She’s strong against almost every other Legends and her ranged abilities can keep your enemy at bay while lowering their HP and making them really frustrated at the same time.
Picking fruit by breaking it is the order of the day here. You will get even more points by collecting golden fruits. In Harvest, you’ll want to focus almost exclusively on crowd control and keep the other team away from the fruit.
You’ll definitely want to be part of a balanced team if you want to be successful here, but Witch Queen should be part of that team. She can embarrass the opposing team and turn them into frogs – frogs can’t harvest fruit, so you’re a winner.
The clue is in the name of it – you’re going to have to play as a team if you want to win. You also have to be careful of the obstacles in the level – the walls move around and you can accidentally detonate an ultimate in one, which is really frustrating.
Peter is a good all-round legend to use in Team Deathmatch. He does a lot of damage, and his ultimate attack can ruin an entire squad if you use it at the right time, top it off with defensive and crowd control legends and you’re on a winner.