|Army: Blue Moon|
|Plans often go awry, but he’s deadly serious.|
|Strong in the snow, weak in the rain. A solid CO of above-average ability.|
Causes it snow creating favorable conditions for his units.
“I will teach you the meaning of power!“
Olaf if average with his units, but has weather effects switched. Snow weather has no movement penalty to him, while Rain gives him the penalty Snow gives to other COs.. Clear weather remains normal.
|Daily Unit Chart
| CO Power – Blizzard
Blizzard changes the current weather to Snow, and also gives a 10% offense and defense boost to all of Olaf’s units.
|CO Power Unit Chart
Olaf has average units, but his weather effects make him slightly above-average. All COs have three types of weather: Clear, Rain, and Snow. For Olaf, however, Snow acts like clear, so he only gets 1 bad weather.So how to play Olaf? Play him normally, just watch out for rain. When snow appears, it’s a blessing; when Rain appears, it’s not so bad, since the opponent gets a penalty too. Overall, his ability is average and can be good sometimes.
|CO Power Strategy
Blizzard is one of the game’s hardest CO Powers to use, since at many situations, it will not be worth it’s cost. However, there’s a couple of good situations to use it on.The first one, is to change the weather. When it starts raining, instead of having a bad turn, you use Blizzard to turn the tides; now Olaf gets normal weather, while the opponent is the one that gets the shaft! This way, Olaf can keep up his pace normally, while hindering his opponent too.The second way, is to slow down your opponent. When your opponent is pushing you back, using Blizzard will stop him cold; you can re-group your units, position your indirects and shape your defense. Their movement will be so limited some units might not even be able to get out of your Indirect’s range, which means you get to pound them a bit. Perfect to recover and push them back.And one more way to use Blizzard effectively is by the opposite of the above. When you’re on the offensive, use Blizzard and stop your opponent! That way, they can’t retreat and are gonna be in for a pounding from the mighty geezer!
|Maps to play on
Olaf can play on most maps, but he excels even more on maps with heavy terrain. Blizzard makes those terrains basically uncrossable by the opponent.