“Star Wars: Force Arena” has been around for a while now. It’s gone through many changes: some well received, others not so much. But regardless, the game still has enough of a following that new content is constantly added to the game.
One aspect of the game is the use of Guilds. Belonging to a guild is advantageous for a number of reasons. You can swap cards with your guild members, work together towards completing missions, and share gameplay. I belong to the Boba Fett Fan Club guild, abbreviated to BFFC.
Boba Fett is the Leader I play the most. I was the first player in my guild to reach Kyber, and during that time I learned some basic tips that I hope can benefit other Fett players. They are as follows:
- Boba Fett is capable of inflicting Area of Effect damage. His default attack starts with blaster fire before switching to his flamethrower, damaging multiple enemies. His skill, Missile Strike, also does AOE and inflicts 300% of his attack damage. It can be upgraded through Perks.
- Boba Fett is also a great duelist. His aforementioned Missile Strike can have great effect in damaging an enemy Leader. His passive ability, Target Acquired, also allows him to inflict extra 12% damage when attacking Leaders. Perks are available to upgrade this ability as well.
- Boba Fett’s Unique card, Slave I, is best used against hordes of weaker enemies. The Seismic Charge it deploys pulls in enemy troopers before detonating. It can also be used to pull in an enemy Leader trying to retreat.
- Fett is one of the few Leaders in the game who can fly — using his jetpack. This can be used both offensively or defensively. Use the jetpack to choose your engagements wisely. You can close in on a wounded Leader, or escape a tight situation.
Overall, Boba Fett remains a well-rounded Leader. He has respectable damage, area of effect attacks from his flamethrower and missile, a great passive for engaging Leaders, and the ability to get in and out strategically with his jetpack. His versatility makes it imperative that Boba Fett take a proactive role in fighting alongside his troops. Otherwise, he is not utilized to his full potential.