Divine Troop T9 vs T8

Today Mobile Strike launched a new Tier of Troops called Divine Troops.

Divine TroopThe troop Tier comes very fast after the Tier 8 Infinity Troops.

The new Tier fits quite well into the statistics of the troops and the overall army composition. Each Tier gives in the range of 20-25% power gain. The first Tiers not included.

 

The table below shows the battle statistics of the new Divine Troop T9 vs the existing Tiers.

Divine Troop T9 table

Based on the statistics in the table above, we can also see how a relative low volumes of a high Tier attack deployment can do massive hurt to a defending base.

If 1 – Tier 9 soldier, can take down over 330 Tier 1, the possibility of sending a troop of up to 7B troop Tier 9 with full attack boost could probably easily take out MT levels of low quality Troop compositions like T1 and T2.

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Train new soldiers or promote them?

It’s a building called Troop Academy. This building let you promote soldiers to a higher Tier.

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The process works by first choosing the soldier type you want to promote, then you choose the soldier type you want the soldier to be promoted to.

The question is – is it cheaper to promote a soldier or is it better to dismiss him and train a new one?

The answer is very clear. It’s cheaper to dismiss a soldier of a lower Tier and train a new soldier of a higher Tier rather than promote him.

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The table shows a Tier 5 promoted to T6 Immortal vs. training a new Immortal

 

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As we can see the cost of training a new soldier is almost 50% cheaper.

So the advice is – Dismiss soldiers and train new ones.

Mobile Strike tips – Advanced Troop composition


Comparing Troop types for weakness and strength is one of the first rules we discussed.

First read the linked documents below, in order to understand Base structure, Commander and Gear, Troop Enhancement etc.

Most importantly you need to understand the Troop structure.

For a reminder of the Basic setup read this first.

For the structure and different defenses and attacks read this

In this article we will look further into a more advanced setup of troops, analyzing power ratios, training cost and troop type weaknesses and strengths.

Power Ratio

The Power Ratio is telling us how much stronger one Tier is compared to another.

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The Power of a trooptype is connected to its Tier, but the power is not linear between the different Tiers.
As you can see from the pictures above.

Aspect to consider when building a troop composition:
– Viewing different Tiers based on cost (rss)
– Viewing different Tiers based on time to train , Speed Ups
– Viewing different Tiers based on change in power
– Viewing different Troops based on their weakness and strength towards other troop types in context of the expected forces defending on the Base/ CP your going to attack/ rally against.

Statistical proofs

1. The average power across all Tiers right now is 38. That means that T 5 and above is higher than average. Since the scale between each Tier is not linear, the largest delta/ change in power exist between T5 and T6 for Tiers above average. Isolated it concludes that T6 is the best Tier, power wise.
2. Cost of training troops are becoming a bit difficult to calculate since T7 and T8 uses other rss/ resources than the other Tiers, but if we can see this as training days instead, we can conclude that the best Tier to build vs cost and time is T5. Picture below show the rss need for the different Tiers. Please note that this is with Divine Jungle Fully Enhanced and modded.

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3. The best troop type we can have is Normal Troops. The reason for this is that these troops have less weaknesses than both Advanced or Mercenary troop types.

Pictues below for proof after analysis:

Based on the three conclusions above we should focus our troop on Normal Troop and spread with big volumes on T5 and T6, then just build as much we can for T7 and T8.

It’s a good start when beginning higher Tier fighting to spread evenly over all types of troop meaning:
40%Troops
– T5 30% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery
– T6 40% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery
– T7 20% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery
– T8 10% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery
30%Advanced Troops
– T5 30% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery
– T6 40% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery
– T7 20% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery
– T8 10% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery
30%Mercenary Troops
– T5 30% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery
– T6 40% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery
– T7 20% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery
– T8 10% Infantry,Tactical,Armored Vehicle,Artillery

This means total 100% of the Troop spread across Normal, Advanced and Mercenary, then divided further based on each Tier and Troop Type.

This setup is documented statistically, and is considered a proper ground setup. However this is only still abit rudimentary, since we need to consider Attack vs Defense, Boost, Bonuses CP /Base attack, deployment size/ rally size, bulletts, Insignias, Chemical warfare etc.. this will be discussed in another article to combine what we know so far and to put it all in to one Solution.