Discussion in 'Warcraft III' started by jeenyus_one, Jun 4, 2003.
Can someone please explain to me what tier 1 unit means?
Its the lowest level or base level attack units, such as archers, footmen, etc.
ok..so we start... the game base has 3 stages known as tier1, tier 2 and tier 3.
tree of life represents the tier 1..and all the building and all the units u can get out are considered tier 1.
tier2..it's tree of ages: and tier 2 units are Dryads, DOTC druid form and DOTT..and few others
tier 3 it's tree of eternety and some of the tier 3 units are bears (dotc) , chimera.
Got it in one.
And by the way, even if u can pump tier 3 units such as knights out, the footmen u pump out of the same barracks isn't considered a tier 3 unit, its still a tier 1.
hehe i only heard that term once in my second ffa game
i owned 3 pl even a ud with a tier 1 unit mass archer!
they all said: ha u are weak u use tier 1 units. but i bashed some ass
i think tier 1 is very good. tier 2, is ok 2 but tier 3 like air and tauren i dont like for ffa
i completely agree...tier one is fantastic for FFA...
and for rushes...however tier 2 and 3 are better CC
Yea thats about it lol the lowest or base lvl of a unit
knights are considered tier 3 as long as the requier castle along with blacksmith and lumbermill. It will be funny and crazy to get out knights as tier 1. But footmen are considered tier 1 even if u reached castle.
it's ur basic army, footmen along with riffle man.
Casters as initiate are considered tier 2 but i'd consider casters master more tier 3 because they have powerful spells.
griphons, knights, steam tanks..are all tier 3.
I would think of it like this,
Caster with no training is tier 2, casters with one upgrade is tier 2.5 and master casters are tier 3.
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