in the Tips Guide to Path of Titans you experience:
- Which dinosaur suits you best
- How to win every fight
- Where you level the fastest
In Path of Titans you slip the skin of a primeval giant lizard. The dinosaur MMO is about eat and be eaten. You start as a baby dinosaur and you can earn experience points through various activities that will help you grow big and strong.
Which server should I play on?
The most important decision at the beginning is that choice of server. You can either start on one of the official multiplayer servers or a community server run by other players. Both options have advantages and disadvantages.
On the official multiplayer server the game plays the way developer Alderon Games intended it to – tough and ruthless. If you want to raise a dinosaur here, you should have a lot of patience and a high tolerance for frustration. A young dino is easy prey and every player constantly struggles with hunger and thirst.
the community server have the advantage that the operator of the server can set their own rules and change gameplay elements. Hunger and thirst can be reduced and experience points increased. Raising your dinosaur is usually much easier on a community server.
Another advantage is the language. If you only want to play with German players, there are numerous German serverswhere you can make new friends. We recommend the server “In the Land of Giants GER”.
For veterans, one might Realism Server be just right. Realism servers impress with server-specific rules that promote the most authentic and realistic gameplay possible. Here you don’t play the dino, you are the dino and you have to behave like a lizard would have done millions of years ago.
Carnivore or Herbivore: Which Dino is Right for Me?
After you have chosen a server, you must choose one of the numerous dinosaurs. Dinosaurs are divided into Herbivore (plant eaters) and carnivore (meat eaters). Herbivores satisfy their hunger by eating berries. Carnivores require meat or carrion.
Big dinosaurs are mostly sluggish and slow, but deal a lot of damage and have a lot of health points. Small dinos, on the other hand, are agile and nimble, have a lot of stamina, but don’t last much.
There are also dinosaurs, one aquatic lifestyle to prefer. They stay mainly in water and feed on fish and mussels. Pterosaurs will even be brought into play in future updates.
In addition to the sex of the dinosaur, you can also determine the subspecies. This not only changes the appearance, but also the attributes of the dinosaur. In the following we give you an overview of all attributes including an explanation:
- Damage determines how much damage your dino deals.
- recreation determines how quickly your dino regenerates stamina.
- water speed determines how fast your dinosaur moves in the water.
- defense determines how many life points your dinosaur has.
- land speed determines how fast your dino is on land.
- survivability Determines how quickly your dino regenerates lost life points and wounds.
Growth explained: you need to know that
Path of Titans is all about growing up. The goal is to reach a new level of growth through quests and battles. Experience points that you get from various activities are credited to your growth bar. the growth bar is the yellow bar above your life points. If the yellow bar is full, you reach a new growth level.
There are five growth stages in total: hatchling, hatchling, juvenile, adolescent and adult. Although you start as a Hatchling, you will automatically be upgraded to Hatchling level at the end of the Tutorial Cave.
What happens if my dinosaur dies?
If your dino dies, you lose part of the accumulated experience points. You cannot lose your current growth level. The only exception are adult dinosaurs. If you run out of experience points as an adult dino, you will be reverted to juvenile level upon death.
Level up fast – here’s how
Different quest types
There are three different types of quests: Global Quests (blue) cannot be divided and take you across the entire map. Territory Quests (Red) are also not shared and refer to the current area. The progress of Group Quest (green) is shared with the whole group. They also relate to the current area.
In order for the group quests to be available to you, you obviously need a group. At the top right of the screen you will see a below the current area name progress indicator. If this has reached 100 percent, you have to wait a little until you see new quests.
For this reason, it is advisable to constantly switch between two different areas. Two very good areas are “Stone Pond” and “Red River”. The quests are quick to complete and there are plenty of food and water sources nearby.
Don’t let yourself be eaten!
If you’re not big enough yet, or if you’re trying to avoid fighting as a matter of principle, we have a few useful survival tips for you: Avoid the middle. The closer you get to the center of the map, the more dinosaurs you will encounter. Questing on the edge of the map is recommended for the first growth level.
Watch out for shore! Sarco players love to hide in the water and attack unsuspecting dinosaurs. If you get into a fight that you can’t win, it’s best to run in the direction of the forest. Trees help to obscure your movement and can be used as a barrier between you and your hunters.
If the opponent hasn’t noticed you yet, you can hide in a bush and wait until the coast is clear. In principle, you should not trust anyone in Path of Titans. Even a nice dinosaur can stab you in the back later. At first, keep your distance and make sure you always have enough stamina to escape.
With these tricks you win every fight
Combat in Path of Titans is far more complex than it might appear. Pay attention to which one dino species you have as an opponent. If the enemy is fast and agile, you should stay on the defensive.
Let yourself be followed and use your tail to shut up your opponent’s mouth. Keep the enemy at a distance and pull them behind you. the distance to the enemy plays an important role in the fights and often decides between victory and defeat.
When fighting a lumbering dino, you must use your agility to your advantage. Some dinosaurs, like the Ceratosaurus, can break bones and reduce enemy movement and rotation speeds. Other dinosaurs can bleeding and poison damage cause.
You should first weaken large dinosaurs and then go through with them Hit and Run Tactics wear down. Always flank and stay away from the enemy tail. If you run out of stamina, retreat behind the nearest hill and wait for your stamina bar to refill.
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