Anyone been able to conquer this yet? I'm wondering how many yards you actually go before you're at the end. I know if you get killed, you can scroll down the screen and get a preview of what was yet to come. This has to be one of the hardest feats in the game without a doubt. One berserker versus hundreds of soldiers. My best so far is 123 yards but I'm still trying. Note that I live in the US and have only owned the game for 2 days. --- PSN: Bones00
I think the end was at something with close to 400 meters. Then you get additional points for the mana you got left.
Just play around with the selection of spells a bit. I personally did not go for the ying-yang and sacrifice, but maybe it's possible too, to just storm everything with a ton of beserkers. I found it easier to control one (or a few when they were multiplied). It's good fun :)
My highest so far is 277 metres. After a while you get a choice between arrows or clones so I made a big clone army. At that point it's just a matter of spamming heal like no tomorrow. --- CoDWaW: 0259 3744 3439 nickname: [wt]Prox MKW: 2062 9809 0560 nickname: [wt]Prox
Oops I didn' t even bother reading the above post.
Personally I don't know how you didn't do it with the ying yang spell.
My choices were, Trap, Poison, Blizzard, then Ying Yang followed by hammer of thor.
The only problem with the ying yang spell is that once all of the guys start losing health, your clones don't have full health off the bat and you have to spam heal like a fiend. --- CoDWaW: 0259 3744 3439 nickname: [wt]Prox MKW: 2062 9809 0560 nickname: [wt]Prox
I actually went for trap, poison, terracotta warriors, arrows, hammer of (mister :P) Thor. The terracotta warriors are excellent bait for enemies so you can bunch them up and combined with the arrows they can do a lot of damage. Yin Yang, on the other hand, makes you quickly waste a lot of mana and against rocketeers and catapults, your whole army will get blasted to smithereens. --- "Common sense is nothing more than a deposit of prejudices laid down by the mind before you reach eighteen." ~ Albert Einstein