Smite is a MOBA game, and you may already be familiar with other games in the genre such as League of Legends or Dota 2. Crucially though, Smite is played from a third-person perspective which gives it a much stronger action feel.There are many different game modes with subtle twists which we'll explain later on in this guide, but here's a basic overview of what to expect from Smite's core gameplay. Lanes consist of two Towers (often referred to as Tier 1 and Tier 2 Towers to differentiate between how deep in the lane they are) and a phoenix. Structures in the lane must be destroyed in order from the middle of the lane to the opposing base, so the Tier 1 Towers must be destroyed before the Tier 2 Tower, then the Tier 2 Tower before the Phoenix. Destroying phoenixes rewards the aggressing team with fire minions in their lane which are stronger than standard minions. Once any of the enemy phoenixes are destroyed players can attempt to kill the enemy Titan. The more phoenixes that are destroyed, the weaker the Titan will become and the easier it will be to fight. Kill the enemy Titan and your team wins! Come to mmocs.com now, you can Buy Smite Gems Codes with fast delivery and 100% safety. Tier 1 and Tier 2 function in the same manner, but the Tier 2 Tower is worth more gold and experience when destroyed and has more health than the Tier 1 Tower. Both Towers can fire projectiles at enemies within range and will prioritize enemy gods if they deal damage to an allied god within their range. Once destroyed a Tower is gone for the entire match.Phoenixes prioritize targets in the same way that Towers do and have more health than the Tier 2 Tower, however Phoenixes can regenerate their health up to 50% and can respawn after a few minutes if they are destroyed. The best reason to play SMITE is to have fun. You may have secondary goals, like winning a game or a tournament, or even the SMITE World Championships…but if you aren’t having fun, then you’re misusing your time and mistreating yourself.