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/1v1 - Puts you in the queue for '1 Versus 1' fights
/2v2 - Puts you in the queue for '2 Versus 2' fights
/3v3 - Puts you in the queue for '3 Versus 3' fights
/4v4 - Puts you in the queue for '4 Versus 4' fights
/5v5 - Puts you in the queue for '5 Versus 5' fights
/leave - Exits you from a queue
/challenge <player> - Allows you to challenge a specific player to a 1v1
1v1s, short for '1 Versus 1' is an arena where you spawn with a selected player to fight to the death. This fight consists of 3 rounds, in which you or the opponent needs to win 2 in order to win. In order to take part in these fights you must type the command '/1v1' and you will instantly be added to the quene. Two people need to be in the queue in order for the fight to take place. If at anytime you want to leave the queue you can simply type '/leave'. Once in the arena you have a limited time to beat the opponent, if the time limit is reached a random victor will be chosen.
Challenges are mostly like 1v1, you can challenge a player with '/challenge'. When you win a challenge you gain 40 Elo, when you lose a challenge you lose 40 Elo. You can also challenge players by selecting the Brawl Challenger (player head) once you spawn.
The 1v1 and Challenge arena
Elo is a rating system in which people with high skill and people with low skill are separated. When you first join KitPvP you have an Elo of 1200, the more the Elo, the better you are. Elo is displayed in your name tag in-game (over your head). You can gain Elo by winning 1v1s and challenges only.
In challenges, it's a best of 3 match. The amount of Elo you gain/lose from these rounds varies:
- You win 2 rounds in a row = 40 Elo gain
- You lose 2 rounds in a row = 40 Elo loss
- You win 2 rounds and the opponent wins 1 round = 20 Elo gain
- You win 1 round and the opponent wins 2 rounds = 20 Elo loss
1v1s also have best of 3 rounds. Although you always gain/lose 20 Elo from them.
First of all, to join the 1v1 queue all you simply type is /1v1 and this will add you to the 1v1 queue. If you are the first to join this queue, you will have to wait for another player to type this command. If you are the second it will teleport you instantly to the arena. If at any point you want to leave the queue, just simply type /leave. Once in the arena, you will be given the melee class automatically, as you do not have a choice of kit. You will have 3 rounds in which to win in, if for example you win a round then your opponent wins another, it will go to a sudden death round. However, if you win 2 rounds in a row then you will triumph with a win. Every time you win a 1v1, your ELO will go up depending on what the opponents ELO is. When you win or lose it will teleport you back to the public arena where you can start fighting again. It will also state the time that it took for you to win or lose.
Elo being displayed above a player's head
2v2s etc.2v2s, 3v3s, 4v4s, and 5v5s are all very similar to 1v1s. When playing these game modes you don't lose or gain Elo. Instead of 3 rounds, there is one single round that will determine which team is the victor, the teams are divided into Blue Team, and Red Team. 5v5 arenas are different to the 1v1s-4v4s and have a bigger play area, as well as a different design.
The 2v2 arena
- When you are low on hearts, be sure to eat some soup quickly for your health to come back fast
- Critical hits do more damage! When you can, always try to get in those hits.
- Keep moving, don't stand in one place swerve around the opponent while still swinging as this will put him off which therefore means he will find it harder to hit you
- Go to the enemy, don't wait for him to come to you, be sure to get the first hit as this could be a big game changer.
- Be sure to stick as a team! Don't split up.
- A good tactic is for both of the teammates to go for one of the enemies
- Be sure to keep an eye on your health, make sure you heal yourself from time to time