Check out the Axie Team Guide - First 3 Axies to choose your first Axie & build your first team in Axie Infinity. Learn how to choose team builds, cards, starter axies.
First Axie Team
How To Choose Your First Axie Team
|Tips On Buying A Decent Axie Team|
|• Prioritize getting high damage cards for 1 of your Axies |
• Get an Axie with decent Shield Cards and high health stats.
• Get 1 change target priority card for one of your attacker
• Look for at least 1 energy gain card
High Damage Cards
Getting high damage cards is your main priority. This will allow you to spend your energy more efficiently to deal with enemy Axies even if you have a class disadvantage.
High Shield Value
Using cards with high shield value will help you survive rounds even if you get comboed by the enemy team.
Priority Target Cards
This is not a must have but it should be something to consider. If you are able to eliminate squishy Axies on the enemy team, you will not have to worry about late game strategies.
Additional Energy Gain
Energy is one of the most important aspect of the game. Having more energy to spend on each round will increase your survivability and overall damage.
Floor Price Axies To Start
Start with floor price Axies if you have no experience and you want to start with the lowest investment. Axies at this price won't help you get a high MMR in Arena PVP. However, you can use them to gain up to 75 SLP daily in Adventure Mode and Daily Quest.
Aim For A Strong PVP Team
Since you will be able to finish the Adventure Mode by raising your level. You can focus on getting PVP-focused Axies. This is recommended for players who don't want to spend more than their initial investment. If you do this, you wouldn't have to worry much about upgrading your Axie or losing too much on Arena PVP.
How To Build Your Axie Team
|Tips On Building Your Team|
|• Mind your Axie's positioning |
• Check the body parts for better base stats
• Consider if you will need a low breed count Axie.
• Get a PVP focused Axie.
FrontlineYour Frontline Axie should be the toughest one to kill. Since this Axie will be the first line of defense, this Axie should have the highest base HP and its cards should have high Shield value to survive longer.
MiddleThe Middle Axie should have a decent HP and some decent damage. You should also aim for cards that can give you extra energy gain or steal.
Since the backline will not take any damage until your middle and front Axie dies. Your Axie on this position should focus on dealing damage and performing combos.
Checking Stats & Parts
Be sure to check the stats and the parts of the Axie before you purchase them. Having a pure Axie will have a better base stats that is suited for the Axie's class.
Look for Axies with a lower breed count. Although it might cost more to buy a virgin Axie, the breeding cost will be lower. This can reduce the total cost of your investment if you want to have more Axies to get 40 or 60 daily energy.
If you bought Floor Price Axies, you will probably lose most of your Arena matches. It is recommended that you get additional Axies that are more focused on PVP to increase your chances of winning and your daily average SLP gain.