Faction/Power Advantages Guide – Mobile Legends: Adventure

Faction/Power Advantages Guide – Mobile Legends: Adventure

In Mobile Legends: Adventure, there are five factions, known as powers in the game. These are Elemental, Tech, Martial, Light, and Dark. Every Epic and Elite hero in the game belong to one of these powers. You can find the faction of any hero in our all heroes list. In this guide, you’ll learn everything about the faction advantages in ML: Adventure.

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Faction damage advantage

A feature players should take into consideration, especially if they are stuck at a specific level, is the faction damage advantage, known as Power Countering in ML: Adventure. A specific faction does 30% extra damage to one faction and takes 30% more damage from another faction. An example of this is the Elemental faction, which does 30% extra damage to heroes of the Tech faction, but takes 30% extra damage from heroes of the Martial faction. You can see the full power countering system below.

Power countering system Mobile Legends Adventure

Green = Elemental
Blue = Tech
Red = Martial
Yellow = Light
Pink = Dark

Team faction bonus

Besides the individual power countering system, ML: Adventure also features a team faction bonus system, known as the Power Resonance. This system boosts your team’s stats depending on the structure of your team, power-wise. This means a certain combination of power, ie. 5 elemental heroes boosts your entire team with a 9% damage reduction, 20% magic power boost, and a 20% physical atk boost. There are combinations that require 5 heroes of the same faction, and combinations that require a certain amount of one and another faction. As teams consisting of only one faction often aren’t optimal, you might want to aim for a power resonance of mixed powers.

Power Resonance system Mobile Legends Adventure

The following are all of the power resonance team structures, and what stats they give.

Light: 5 Light Heroes = +15% HP, +15% Magic Power, + 15% Physical ATK

Dark: 5 Dark Heroes = +12% HP, +18% Magic Power, +18% Physical ATK

Elemental: 5 Elemental Heroes = +9% Damage Reduction, +20% Magic Power, +20% Physical ATK

Tech: 5 Tech Heroes = +12% Damage Increase, +12% Damage Reduction

Martial: 5 Martial Heroes = +10% Crit Damage, +6% Crit Rate, +16% HP

Chaos: 2 Light Heroes and 3 Dark Heroes OR 3 Light Heroes and 2 Dark Heroes = +8% Crit Damage, +5% Crit Rate, +11% HP

Life: 2 Martial Heroes and 3 Elemental Heroes OR 3 Martial Heroes and 2 Elemental Heroes = +10% HP, +10% Magic Power, +10% Physical ATK

Create: 2 Tech Heroes and 3 Martial Heroes OR 3 Tech Heroes and 2 Martial Heroes = +10% Damage Increase, +9% HP

Order: 2 Tech Heroes and 3 Elemental Heroes OR 3 Tech Heroes and 2 Elemental Heroes = +8% Damage Reduction, +11% Magic Power, +11% Physical ATK

Fuse: 1 Elemental Hero, 1 Tech Hero, 1 Martial Hero, 1 Light Hero, and 1 Dark Hero = +8% HP, +12% Magic Power, +12% Physical ATK

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