Published: May 2, 2022 | Last Updated On: May 24, 2022
The difficulty you should play in King Arthur: Knight’s Tale is Hard. The game was originally designed with only one difficulty equivalent to Hard, and from my experience, the game is balanced around that. Let us see this aspect as well as other beginner tips and tricks for the game.
King Arthur: Knight’s Tale – Beginner Tips And Tricks
What are the classes of the heroes unlocked through Morality Chart?
- Sir Leodegrance Sage
- Sir Bedivere Vanguard
- Black Knight Champion
- White Knight Champion
- Sir Lucan Sage
- Sir Geraint Marksman
- Dragonet Arcanist
- Sir Damas Marksman
- Sir Lancelot Champion
- Sir Galahad Defender
- Red Knight Defender
- Morgana Leafy Arcanist
Typically, you’d unlock 5 heroes through Morality Chart in a playthrough
Is the Morality unlocked heroes worth it?
- The Tier 3 ones in particular have pretty unique skills (as in access to skills from a different class).
- By definition, the Morality unlocked heroes have similar alignment to you/Mordred, thus increasing their loyalty.
- The quests to get them are always worth doing, for loot, XP and fun, even if you end up keeping them in the Aspirant
What are the Aspirant slots?
If your active hero roster is full, the Aspirant slots in the round table are a waiting list of unlocked but inactive heroes. There is no limit to the number of Aspirant heroes you can have.
Unfortunately, you can move heroes freely from the Aspirant Slots to the active hero roster if you have free slots in the latter, BUT not the other way around: To free slots in the active roster, you need to dismiss a hero permanently (or let a hero die, leave…).
And yes it sucks not being able to move heroes from the active list to an aspirant slot, I hope that changes…
Are there advantages of staying neutral in the Morality Chart?
The only advantage is that heroes of certain morality won’t particularly dislike you for having the opposite alignment to them. So no not really, focusing 100% on one alignment in each axis is what I would recommend.
Is maxing the loyalty of a companion worth it? And how can I do it?
At highest loyalty you get a bonus AP (Action Point) and bonus damage, so definitely worth it. Inversely you lose damage, AP and could lose the hero altogether at very low loyalty.
To increase loyalty
Give them Titles (see round table), you’ll unlock more titles as you progress in the main quest.
- Random events can also increase or decrease loyalty.
- Be aligned with them on the morality chart.
- Look at the traits of each hero, some have unique ways to gain/lose loyalty.
- There are trinkets items that give a few (+2) loyalty points.
Can the hero’s appearance be customised?
No. The in-game logic is that you don’t loot new weapons/armour but you loot and apply Sigils to your existing weapons/armour. And yes, they are left-handed and that can’t be changed either.
(There is an alternative skin for Mordred, unlocked by subscribing to a newsletter, but that is the one exception and may be unavailable by the time you’re reading this)
How big is the party?
Nominally 4 characters. There are many missions where a 5th will join you for a short duration, or for almost the whole mission.
For example, in the missions where you recruit new Heroes, you get your 4 original heroes + the 5th being the one you’re recruiting.
I am struggling with the tactical combat any tips?
- When selecting a melee opponent, a red outline appears (areas where the enemy can move to and attack) and an orange one (where the enemy can move to but can’t attack).
- Sometimes the best option is to step back from the threatened area and pass: Let the enemy use his AP to move and you have bonus APs for the next round when they’re close.
- With your melee heroes, close down on enemy ranged attackers: Enemy archers will have to shoot with a penalty or move and trigger an attack of opportunity.
- Inversely: kites the big melee enemies: Are usually slow and can be slowed down further with hexes, knockbacks and the like.
- Backstab enemies, but avoid getting backstabbed yourself: You can change the orientation of your heroes at no AP cost. Ranged attacks can also “backstab”.
- I also found Taunt a particularly useful skill if one of your heroes has it.
- Not only will the enemies try to attack your Defender rather than the squishy next to them.
- They can trigger overwatches and attacks of opportunity as they try to close in on the Taunter.
What should I build/upgrade in Camelot as a priority?
If your alpha team is injured or otherwise unavailable and the backup heroes are 3 levels below the only available quest, you could be in a situation where even reloading an old save can’t save your run.
On a side note, this building is also the one you need to refund skill points: It costs some gold and the hero will be unavailable for 1 week.
Which one of the classes is the healing class?
There isn’t any!
During combat, you’ll find the only way to reliably restore health is a healing potion.
That said there are preventive ways to avoid losing health, to begin with: Skills to increase armour temporarily, grant a temporary pool of bonus HP or even evading or absorbing damage altogether.
Between fights, campfires and the odd healing shrine is what you have to rely on. Use them strategically, don’t necessarily use them as you stumble upon them.
I have 4 AP why can’t I use my skill that costs 4 AP?
Action points (APs) come into two types Green APs that can be used for either movement or skills and Yellow APs that can only be used for movement. It is possible that you only have say 3 Green and 1 Yellow AP left, which aren’t enough for a 4 AP skill.
Note that you can save Green APs for the next round at a rate of 6/3/1 saved APs to get 3/2/1 AP next round. Yellow APs are not carried over.
Also note that movement skills (Dash, Charge,) do use Green APs by default, even though they fundamentally are “movement”.
What were the classes again?
2 Heavy Armour Classes:
* Defender. A sword and board tank.
* Champion. Melee DPS warrior
2 Medium Armour Classes:
* Vanguard. Rogue-like class, if your idea of rogue also lays traps
* Sage. Support/Buff/Melee class
2 Light Armour Classes:
* Marksman: Ranged bow damage. Fire/Poison dots
* Arcanist: Spellcaster / DE buffer.
How different are Heroes of the same class?
Similar, but different. Sometimes it is getting the same skill at different tiers. For example, Cleave. Sir Kay has it on tier 1 and Balan on Tier 2.
Sometimes it changes the class flavour quite a bit. Like Mordred has lightning based skills, Galahad Fire skills, Red Knight some DPS skills including a throwing axe, Pallas is more of a classical tank, with taunts and armour skills… Despite them all being Defenders.
Any final advice?
Keep a few hundred golds in reserve as you start your mission. In some missions, you get to hire a mercenary (another way to get a 5th member), pay a teacher to buy 1 skill point (!), or pay off an opponent to avoid a fight.
Also, explore the map even when the main mission of a given map is done: Side quests, side duels, side encounters, the odd vitality healing shrine or treasure chest (sometimes requiring high Spellcraft or Perception) may remain unclaimed if you just hit the “Finish Mission” when it becomes available.
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