Assassin’s Creed: Rebellion Tips and Strategies Guide – Setups, Skills, 3rd Hero

All the tips and strategies you are going to need to get better at Assassin's Creed: Rebellion.

The new mobile strategy game is out, and being acquainted with it is a little difficult even if you have played the main series. Our Assassin’s Creed: Rebellion Tips and Strategies Guide will be telling you various different tips that will help you get started with the game and understand all of the mechanics.

Assassin’s Creed: Rebellion Tips and Strategies

Rebellion has both base building missions like Fallout Shelter and missions where you have to go through the great trouble. The game is very engaging and has a lot of depth to it.

You need to take out enemies all across Spain, and this Guide will help you through that.

Whenever you are on the Edit Team screen before the beginning of a mission, you can see recommendations towards the top right corner. You can use them in order to have the best possible combination for the mission.

For example, if you see three role icons in the top right corner, it means that you need to have a party of heroes that are more closely related to one another.

Missions sometimes demand that you only have certain roles and it is important that you meet those demands.


2. 3rd Hero

For your 3rd hero, it is important that you have a character that can heal your party.

Without having someone to heal you, you could run out of options when in battle and it will be very difficult for you to complete challenges without having an option to heal.

A 3rd character can support the other 2 and does not need to rely on damage since the other 2 can deal it.

3. Use the Variety

You can complete many different missions in the game. The story missions are used to unlock all of the missions of the other types. The story missions also have many item rewards when you complete them.

The standard missions can reward you with Training Codex Pages, Coins, and Building Material.

Loot missions are usually related to looting and can reward you with Ores, Experience, Coins and Building Materials.

The final type of mission is the Legacy one that can be used if you are looking for Hero DNA Fragments among the standard rewards found in other missions.

The 3 missions apart from the story ones can only be completed up to a certain amount of times every day.

4. Complete Objectives

If you play mobile games quite a bit, then this would have been immediately obvious to you.

Completing the daily missions that are given to you can be a great way to continuously be rewarded for playing the game and those rewards can be used to make the game a little bit easier for you.

Achievements are another thing that can be used to get XP, Coins and Helix Fragments. You can also take part in limited time events when you are at Brotherhood Level 6 or above.

These events have rewards which are unmatched by almost any other type of challenge that you can do.

5. Hero Skills

It is imperative that you understand the skills of your heroes before you send them out to a mission. Make sure their role syncs up with the recommendation.

Also, remember that it is best if you have a hero in your team that can boost the stats of your team since that will mean that all of your heroes benefit. Specialist heroes can be quite effective in this regard.

6. 3 Star Rating is Important

You should try to get a 3-star rating in all of the missions that you take on. This can be done if all 3 of your heroes get to the end of the mission without dying.

These 3 stars will fill up the meter of the region in your map and you get many rewards whenever you fill the meter in a particular region.

Once you have received a 3-star rating in a mission, you can choose the Rush option for it that will complete the mission for you instantly and you will be able to reap the rewards without having to do anything.

This will get you many goodies in a very short amount of time.

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