Primitive Era: 10,000 BC is a city building strategy game where you help raise a tribe from the ground up. Explore the land, harvest natural resources, and defend yourself from wild beasts and bandits.
You can eventually learn the ability to tame wild beasts, making them fight alongside you during battle. Each beast provides different bonuses to your units, but which ones are the best? Here are the best beasts to use in Primitive Era: 10,000 BC.
The best beasts to use in Primitive Era: 10,000 BC
There are nine different types of beasts that you can add to your battle marches in Primitive Era: 10,000 BC. Each beast grants different kinds of buffs to your battle march, like marching speed, HP, attack, defense, and so on.
It is important to keep in mind that the main buff granted by beasts only affects a specific type of unit. The best beast to use is completely dependent upon the types of units you are using in your battle march.
Here are the strongest beasts, sorted by the unit they buff:
- Ground Sloth: Warrior attack and defense +5%
- Gastornis: Archer attack and defense +5%
- Smilodon: Infantry attack and defense +5%
- Mammoth: Cavalry attack and defense +5%
Every time you star up a beast, their respective unit buff is increased by another 5%. Beasts can buff their matching units up to a total of 50% once they are maxed out.
Additionally, beasts can learn how to boost your units’ other stats by earning more stars. You can check out each beast’s maxed out stats by tapping on the information button while examining them.
That concludes our guide on the best beasts to use in Primitive Era: 10,000 BC. If you have any other tips or questions about the beasts in the game, let us know in the comments below.
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