Originally posted by theboss360:
OK this is the strategy.
At when you first start and your collecting the daimyo award make sure you get 3 or 4 karma from it. If not reset again and do it all over again. Once that happens make sure to have lots of allies. Then attack somebody like lavaflame or wingnut55 cause you need the achievement. OK so your farming and before you buy a ninja make sure you attack somebody with 3 ninjas cause its an achievement. Then buy a ninja and attack somebody with 1 ninja. Also make sure you win your first 150 fights. Its an achievement that gives you a karma boost. And when you get the first chance to enter a tournament don’t. Don’t enter one ti’ll you get the chance to get a katara. By then you should have one 150 fights with no loses( Hopefully :]). Then after that you want to take this game pretty slowly. Only attack people 10 lvls under you and every once in a while you can attack somebody like lavaflame. Also when your vs Genbu lvl 15 make sure to use food weapons its a ten karma achievement. So overall you should be beast at Ninja Warz by doing this.
The daimyo reward is random at all times. It’d be like expecting to get 3-4 karma everytime which doesn’t happen, nor will it. Resetting because the first time you didn’t get 3-4 karma is dumb. I mean, if the second/third/fourth time you reset and you still don’t get any karma then you’ve just wasted time in which you would have earned three to four times that much simply playing the game.
Power-leveling by attacking someone like lavaflame is not a good idea at such a low level as it will put you in a higher level category in which you might not be ready for especially when you’re just starting and have nothing. This becomes even more of a problem if you then try to enter a tournament in which you don’t stand a chance because of the power-leveling. If you start by attacking only lower levels you will be able to build up a stock of weapons/relics/gold and do the achievements without facing the likelihood of getting attacked and losing thus ending any chance of getting the initial win streak achievements while minimizing the chance of losing when you attack as the NPC ninja clans are easier than the player ninja clans. If you do this, the achievements for fighting 2-3 ninja clans while you only have a single ninja will auto-complete themselves when you’re actually ready to fight them.
You don’t have to use food items to attack Genbu the first time as you will be able to fight him once a day after he appears the first time by using the fight blimp as you can fight all the NPC bosses you’ve unlocked in the same manner as they appear above the “Allies” side of the fight blimp UI.
I personally believe that power-leveling using the higher level players at such a low level is actually counter-productive to building a strong base for your own ninja clan. Later attacking such players will be a better idea when you need more and more XP to level.