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An intriguing friends system lets players invade, rescue, assist and form alliances within their social network. There will be 84 different ninjas to choose from when the game launches, which can be used for both village building and in battle as part of a formidable ninja army.

There are 3 unique flavours of ninja to choose from in Pockie Ninja II Social, each boasting their own unique strengths when used on the turn-based battlefield.

A balanced class system allows players to construct armies with a strategic mix of Taijutsu, Ninja Tool, and Ninjutsu specialists. Much like a rock-paper-scissors strategy, each class of ninja restricts the abilities of another, meaning players must balance their army to ensure a winning combat formula.

Taijutsu ninjas are particularly effective against Ninja Tool, Ninja Tool are best used against Ninjutsu warriors, while Ninjutsu are the go-to combatants when faced with Taijutsu opponents.
However, players can enhance and upgrade their ninjas through a dedicated Ninja menu, allowing armies to be customised to suit the needs of the player.

Struggling players can call on their social network for help in times of need. Asking friends for assistance will not only greatly improve chances of success, but also unlock special skills and buffs that actively encourage strategic teamwork.

Players with an evil streak (or a grudge!) can even send their armies to invade their friends villages instead, collecting tax from the occupied areas to increase their own income.
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