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Submitted by: David K.
Beginners Guide (Movement & Attacks):
Written By Revan619
A guide aimed at those whom have completed the tutorial but are then not
sure how to begin actually playing and improving
Naraka Bladepoint is a hack and slash battle royale game that is somewhat
of a child between Sekiro and Fortnite. In this game you will be transported
to an island with 60 other combatants where you will have to loot up, prepare
for battle and avoid the enclosing shadow to survive. This guide will assume
you have completed the basic and advanced tutorials.
The most important thing you will want to learn in this game is movement. You
can run by holding the dodge button either from standing or coming out of a
dodge. You can use the dodge to cancel many things such as charging your regular
attacks into a blue focus attack. As these are the only attacks that can be
parried it is a good option to use them as bait to open your opponent for free
Whilst running you can slide which will allow you to dodge under horizontal
attacks but you can cancel this early with a quick jump. This will allow you to
resume running but also allow you to move faster than running if you chain these
in rapid succession. This slide step will be the first thing you want to master.
Once you have a weapon you can perform a focus attack on lmb or rmb from running
but then dodge out of this, if holding the dodge you will resume running. Chaining
these together will allow you to move faster than the slide cancel. This weapon
slide cancel will be the second thing you want to master. Once you have both
movement techs down you will want to combine these together to move around the
battlefield as fast as possible.
With both movement techs combined you will then be able to add grappling hooks.
You can attack at the end of a grapple to keep your momentum to go further than
your target, jump to initiate a second grapple or crouch to land early. You can
even cancel aerial attacks with crouch to further chain attacks and not overshoot
With the previous three movement methods down the last thing you will want to
learn is how to rapidly climb and launch from surfaces. Whilst travelling up you
can perform a quick LMB to climb in rapid succession or hold the attack to launch
yourself in the direction you are facing.
There are three types of attacks in Naraka bladepoint. Regular attacks and focus
attacks are the two that I will talk about here. There are also gold attacks
which work like focus attacks however these cannot be parried.
Regular attacks are your normal lmb or rmb attacks that you will use to attack
your opponent. They will clash with other regular attacks and cannot be parried.
Focus attacks are blue aura attacks which will normally knock your opponent down
and can be parried. These occur as either the 3rd attack in the standard chain
(second on greatsword) or when you hold lmb or rmb. You will mostly only want
to use a focus attack to clash with another focus attack, to attack through a
normal attack or to catch your opponent as they come out of a dodge. You never
want to use a focus attack unless your opponent is in an action where they
Parrying is when you press lmb and rmb together. This can be chained much faster
than the instant parry option so we will prefer to use this. Most bad players
will always go for the standard 3 hit chains so their third hit will be a free
parry and a great opportunity for you to disarm then possibly kill your opponent.
Whilst attacking you will want to focus mainly to normal light attacks. You can
jump or crouch after your 2nd (1st on greatsword) hits to extend these attack
chains to make your own combos. You also get special lmb and rmb attacks from
crouch and jump to add further to your combos. Adding in grapples or certain
abilities can allow you to further extend these chains. Each weapon has a unique
set of high damage custom combos that can be used but this is not within the
scope of this guide.
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