Have any suggestions for this FAQ? Post them here! The short answer: it's up to personal preference. The two platforms are roughly equal in performance. The long answer: Overall, playing on PC is slightly faster than playing on mobile, when hotkeys are used proficiently. However, there are some gameplay elements ex. There are top-ranked players on both platforms.
Mobile and PC players play on the same server. A Nimble Neuron employee will respond to the report. Players who regularly stream Black Survival can earn GemsGoldetc. Certain conditions are required to be eligible for the program. While players can use real money to purchase Gems, they can also be earned through the Streamer Support program and other free-to-play methods. Characters can be purchased using either Gems or Gold; generally Gold is much easier to earn. Supply Boxes can be obtained through the Bear Point card draw; if none are owned, they can also be purchased using Gems.
Otherwise, all other in-game purchases that require gems are purely cosmetic. Character skins, Tech Lab furniture, etc. Play whoever you like, based on whatever criteria stats, gameplay style, character appearance you personally value. Almost all characters are viable in competitive play. The majority of characters can be played on free trial in Normal games; free trial characters reset weekly.
Refer to the most recent Win Rate data to see which character has the highest win rate, expected RP gain, etc. Refer to Character Stats to see which characters have the highest stats. However, generally there is no single answer to this question. Several high-rank players have made their own character Tier Lists, but these are ultimately subjective, and the meta changes often.
The free trial characters for each week are announced on Archbears' Medium. Some characters such as JP, Barbara, and recently released characters, are not in the free trial rotation. Once a Research Journal objective is completed, the player can learn more about that character's backstory. The reward for completing a Research Journal is Bear Points. Otherwise, they do not affect gameplay in any way. Research Journals can only be completed in Normal and Ranked games. Wickeline or randomlyand can be time-consuming to make. The time needed to craft these weapons may or may not be worth the extra attack damage, and they can only be crafted during the 2nd half of the game.
Otherwise, there is no single answer to this question. To get a general idea of the current meta, watch a variety of Dragon-level streamers and see which weapons are built the most often.
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Items can be added to the "Bookmark" of the item index. One bookmark 8 items is given for free; additional s can be purchased using gold. When using the in-game crafting guide, the player's Bookmark s will appear first. This way, frequently used items can be selected more quickly.
To maintain animal control, you need to remember what time you killed an animal, calculate when the animal will respawn, then look for the animal again once it has respawned. The following chart can be used to calculate respawn times. Note: the "Round Type" refers to the round type when the animal will respawn, not the current round type.
For animals killed during Round 3, the "Night" calculation time should be used if the animal will respawn during NIghttime. For animals killed during round 6, the "Day 2" calculation time should be used if the animal will respawn during Day 2.
Wickeline is an NPC. She initially spawns at nighttime start into the game in a random area. She changes location every round until she is killed.
The main advantages of killing Dr. Character skills, item skills, and mastery rank still affect skill damage. Mastery is a measure of a character's skill level with a particular weapon type Blade, Stab, Hand, etc. Mastery is the most ificant factor in calculating attack damage. You also gain mastery from crafting weapons if you craft a Stab weapon, you will gain some Stab mastery and after a new round of restricted areas is announced.
For more information, see the Mastery section of the Rulebook. One player may build a lot of armor first, then catch up on mastery while taking little damage. Another player may start by building their weapon and a lot of food, focusing on mastery first and potentially taking armor from player kills instead of crafting all of it. Other players may choose a playstyle somewhere in between. Also, farming mastery through fighting requires some amount of food supply, or else you will end up in a very vulnerable position. It may take some experimentation to figure out what kind of playstyle you prefer.
Herbivore League: Supply boxes are free to use throughout Herbivore League. Using them is recommended to get more exposure to the various items in the game. Carnivore League: Supply boxes should be saved for Ranked games, since they are no longer free. It's also recommended to not use supply boxes during preseason, in order to save up supply boxes for the next season. Players who have just entered Carnivore League may choose to start using supply boxes in ranked immediately, or they may choose to save their supply boxes until they have more experience with all of the items in the game.
However, there are also many cases where supply box items do not provide any ificant advantage. See Supply Boxes for more information including which items can be obtained from each type of supply box.
Supply boxes can be obtained from the Bear Point card draw or can be purchased using gems 1 gem per supply box. Private: Creates a private lobby with a 6-digit room code. Players who enter the code can the room. The host can either participate in the private game standard private game or spectate the other players spectator mode. These divisions primarily serve to match up herbivore league players of similar skill level.
Normal game modes below "Master" have character star limits. Any character over the star limit will have their stats decreased to meet the limit.
Characters under the star limit will not be promoted or have their stats increased. Ranked: Only available to Carnivore League players. Players gain or lose RP depending on their performance relative to their rank vs. Growth Quests can be completed in Single mode. To lower queue times, Normal games may contain one or more AI players to fill the player lobby.
If you continuously match into Normal games with multiple bots, this means there are not enough human players queuing in Normal mode. The majority of Black Survival's player base is in Asia, so high-bot lobbies may occur when it's the middle of the night for Asia.
However, because Normal games are less serious, they cannot perfectly replicate the environment of Ranked games. Unranked players will receive their starting Carnivore League rank after playing 10 placement matches in Ranked mode. Win percentage, average placement, of kills, average lobby rank, etc. If the placement matches are for the new season at the start of each new season, all Carnivore League players return to "caged carnivore" statusthe player's rank from the season also affects placement. At this time, game lobbies do not show players' current ranks.
Although the average rank is displayed in the top right corner, this is only an overall average, and high-ranked players may be skewing the average. Animal borders are rewards from the season; a player with a dragon border may or may not be at dragon rank. For more information, see Season Rewards. The matchmaking algorithm tries to balance matching players of similar rank with keeping queue times relatively short.