In Warcraft Arclight Rumble, you have two different sets of troops. You may have one leader and six mini in your list for each game. Leaders are the chapters of the family and will lead your troops. Mini is what you think when you think about the troops.
How does a mini-shot work in Warcraft Arclight Rumble?
Mini is a hero, a villain or another famous or unnamed character from a Warcraft series, which act as troops on your list. As soon as you chose six miniatures and started the game, you pay gold for each. You can send duplicates of the same detachment, but the game gives you a choice of four mini, and they are cyclically repeated when you send one.
You will find mini over the word “next” from the side of your choice, which means that it will be available after sending any mini. You can place a mini next to any tower or a capture point, and the mini will fight with any enemy that will be nearby. When Mini is too far from the enemy, he ignores him and continues to move forward.
Minis die and should be replaced, but they are quite consumable. Mini is mercenaries and minions in Hearthstone, but you can see how they fight in Warcraft Arclight Rumble. You can also configure Minis using buff and unique spells, but little was explained. We will update this article when the developers will tell more.
To find out more about Warcraft Arclight Rumble, read the article how many cards will appear in Warcraft Arclight Rumble? Or what are the capture points in Warcraft Arclight Rumble? Here in Pro Game Guides.