Players can obtain various characters in Azur Lane, one of which is Amagi, who is a super rare battlecruiser with unique skills.
Azur Lane is a popular simulation, role-playing and side-scrolling video game. It is set in an alternate timeline of World War II.
The game allows players to obtain female moe anthropomorphic characters, based on warships, from the war’s major participants. Players can collect characters from the Royal Navy, People’s Liberation Army Navy, Republic of China Navy and the French Navy.
Additionally, players can collect ships from the United States Navy, the Imperial Japanese Navy and the Soviet Navy. Players can organise their ships into fleets of six to confront artificial intelligence (AI)-controlled enemies.
That being said, players can also participate in battle against other players. Other gameplay elements, such as customising in-game characters and dormitories, are also present.
When players first start to play the Azur Lane, they can choose a starter ship. Personifications of the Japanese destroyer Ayanami, British destroyer HMS Javelin, German destroyer Z23 and American destroyer USS Laffey are available.
As mentioned above, players can participate in battle, either against computer-controlled ships or against other players. When preparing for battle, players should build two fleets consisting of a front and back row.
It is important to note that there are three slots available in each row. This means that they can allocate three ships in each row.
In the back row, players can place aircraft cruisers, aircraft carriers and repair ships. Additionally, battleships and battlecruisers can be placed in the back row, while destroyers, light cruisers and heavy cruisers can be placed in the front row.
Players should remember that different combinations of ships are required to achieve victory in different combat situations. After creating fleets, players can select and enter a map.
When entering a battle against computer-controlled bots, the player’s fleet is placed on a grid-like map similar to that in the Battleship video game.
The map contains a variety of nodes, including non-combat nodes and combat-nodes. Combat nodes are enemy fleets, while non-combat nodes provide players with ammunition.
It is important that players navigate optimally and assemble their fleets tactically to clear obstructing enemies. The goal is to reach the map’s boss.
It is also important to note that when players move their fleet across the map, they can be ambushed in random encounters, which forces them to use ammo and fuel.
Fuel is one of the two in-game resources, while ammo points are assigned to player fleets at each map. One ammo point will be deducted at each battle.
Additionally, players can participate in a player-versus-player (PvP) game mode. They can prepare a defence fleet and build an offence fleet to challenge opposing players’ defence fleets.
When players defeat an enemy, they can earn tokens. Exclusive characters and items can be obtained by using the tokens. Players’ ranks will also rise if they defeat the enemy’s fleet. However, the ranking system is refreshed every 15 days.
Players should remember that they will not receive a penalty if they lose a challenge or if their defence fleet is defeated by other players. It is important to note that certain ships or characters are stronger than others in battle.
Azur Lane: Amagi
As mentioned above, players can collect various distinct ships, one of which is Amagi. Since she is a super rare ship, players might have a hard time obtaining her.
However, it is recommended that theys obtain her as she is quite powerful. Amagi is a battlecruiser and is part of the Sakura Empire.
The following table indicates the name and the amount of Amagi’s statistics at a base level, and at a higher level:
|Statistic name||Base level||Higher level|
It is believed that Azur Lane players have a higher chance of winning the battle if they have Amagi in their fleet. The following table indicates the name and description of Amagi’s skills:
|Skill name||Skill description|
|When Amagi fires a Salvo, she has a 40 percent chance to fire a special barrage. The barrage damage is based on the skill’s level. It is important to note that if a player’s fleet contains four or more Sakura Empire ships, the loading time of Amagi’s first Salvo is decreased by 25 percent.|
|While Amagi is afloat, this skill decreases the burn damage the fleet takes by five percent. Additionally, it increases the fleet’s evasion rate by four percent.|
|This skill will decrease the firepower, aviation and torpedo of all enemy ships while Amagi is afloat.|