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Level 11 : Journeyman Dragon
Hello all you noob's out there! Today in this article I will go in depth discussion on a few tips that can help improve your skills as a fighter. Like all we start as a noob. This will not come fast, but slowly and if you are patient am positive you will improve greatly! This Article will be on tips for fighting. I will be creating a Bow tips and tricks article soon! So for that please make sure to diamond and subscribe!

Like most of us Minecrafter's we start out as sucky fighters, and some are just good at it. Well I am going to tell you how to be even better. The first topic or strategy I would like to talk about is strafing. Strafing is a highly used skill that is a essential to fighting. If you do not know what Strafing is, it is the ability to circle the opponent making it much harder for them to inflict damage upon you. This technique is pretty easy to learn but you need to get into a habit of doing this. This especially helps when you are being tagged teamed. You can circle them and if they are not on the same team (or whatever way that makes them not hurt each other) you can cause them to hit one another. Now do not think this will work every time. If your opponent has high sensitivity it can become easier for him to inflict damage. Whenever you are in the action of strafing make sure you do not make the same patten. Zig zag, cross ways, back and forth, etc. Constantly change your motion to make it easier for you, but much harder for them. Strafing is a very known technique that not many people use well, so make sure you get t down and have mastered it completely for full throttle wins and epic montages.

This next tactic is one you should combine with strafing. Jump hitting. Most people call it a noob tactic but hey t killed them didn't it? Adding more motion to strafing adds more skill and focus. So when using the strafing and jump hit combo try to keep track of what you're doing. Implementing the jump hit adds two things. One is that it is even harder for them to hit you, and two it is a critical hit which means extra damage. When you jump hit white particles should fly out of them, that lets you know that you are dealing extra damage other than doing normal amount. This is however a basic movement. Just keep jumping and circling. It takes time to get used to but if you keep practicing and stay determined then it can go a long way. I would suggest trying this on skeletons because they an be hard to dodge. This really helped me become a better fighter.

When it comes to fighting knowing your surroundings and thinking things through creates much more of a problem for them. Going in with a plan knowing what you are going to do and how. When targeting one, you could be falling into a trap of many, so I need enderpearl's to escape. Things like this help you all the time getting out of situations just to get others into one. If you are being chased think of there health compared to yours and look for a place you can either lose them or turn on them when they are not expecting it. Really think things through and fast, if it looks like you might trip up on Parkour going that way find a new way. If there isn't turn around and fight. There is no shame in dieing a good fight.

When it comes to Player vs. Player knowing your enemy is highly recommended. Making sure that the fight is even can help you out. Know if you want to play dirty then make sure you have the better stuff to fight with. Say the person has joined recently (lets say 2 days) and he has full diamond enchanted. He has not been on to long and it takes about a days worth of gaming to get full diamond and a enchant table. This means that he probably does not have the best enchants in the world (just saying there is a chance). Also before you declare a One vs. One see what his fighting type is. See how he fights and what his word is like. You can tell by the fire (obvious) and sharpness if he dies faster than usual. Make sure you keep your eye on him as well to see those dirty moves. If you are like me and want a clean and even fight set up rules and regulations. If he does not follow them don't worry he is the bad man and you won threw being a man.

Having a key sensitivity level helps so much more than you think. Sensitivity can help out as a way to hit people who are strafing around you as well as you strafing. You can turn up your sensitivity on your settings and adjust it to your liking (ex. mine is at 111 or 121 depending). Practice aiming with your sensitivity so you can get a hang of it on high.

There are so many more Player vs. Player techniques and strategy's out there. I will post more tips if you guys need me too! So make sure you subscribe. I appreciate you reading this and hope this helped you out. Remember to subscribe for the bow tips which I will put together soon (once I become good at it :P)

~Player vs. Player Tutor -Sparky-

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10/18/2013 1:41 am
Level 1 : New Explorer
That moment when i did these exact same things recently! Listen to this guys, these tips and tactics work!
10/11/2013 3:56 am
Level 32 : Artisan Dragonborn
Nice blog, this sir, deserves a diamond. ;)
10/11/2013 1:33 am
Level 11 : Journeyman Dragon
Appreciate all the support :)
10/11/2013 1:32 am
Level 1 : New Miner
Very well detailed. The best one yet.
10/11/2013 1:30 am
Level 15 : Journeyman Dragon
I am now a pro.
10/11/2013 1:34 am
Level 11 : Journeyman Dragon
Glad this helped.
10/11/2013 12:02 am
Level 8 : Apprentice Archer
I posted a blog on the same topic with two of the same tips about 3 hours ago...
10/11/2013 4:06 pm
Level 1 : New Explorer
No offense but this one is much better. This contains detail and in depth discussion. Great blog -Sparky-!
10/11/2013 4:08 pm
Level 11 : Journeyman Dragon
Thanks :D
10/11/2013 12:04 am
Level 11 : Journeyman Dragon
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