Elemental Battlegrounds is a PVP game on Roblox. It is one of the many games that support 1st person gameplay. It is made by at team known as Gamer Robot. The team members are Robotmega, Mygame43, Juniorfive, Plokster, and Chrisppy. It is the continuation of Elemental Wars, a game which is no longer in development.
When you first load the game, you will be greeted with a menu screen. Press the play option to play. You can also Change Map, Join a Friend, or collect the Daily Reward that is availble every 18 hours. Here is the Update Log, which can tell you the latest and past updates from the game.
Elemental Battlegrounds is a game where players attempt to kill each other with spells from different elements. Each element has a unique set of 5 spells that holds offensive and/or defensive capabilities. In addition to that, players can use physical attacks to damage other players.
Players in this game have 3 different objectives. To kill others without getting killed, to level up, and to get new elements. Each element has a different rarity decided by the cost. Elements are bought with diamonds, and shards unlock elements' spells. When a player levels up, he or she is given a skill point. Skill points can be spent on buffs to ones attributes, which include speed, power, maximum mana (used to cast spells), maximum stamina (used to do physical moves), defense, and maximum health (how much damage a player can take before dying).
The team of this game has a Twitter page where they announce/vote for upcoming elements.
There is also a Group in Roblox which you can join, called Gamer Robot. Joining this group will give you perks such as access to test servers (Where unreleased elements are tested) and 20 diamonds as a daily prize.Twitter
This is a template with a list of several different wikias relating to ROBLOX games. It was first created by Ender01, a contributor to the Lumber Tycoon 2 wikia, on September 19th, 2016 and has been edited occasionally by TheWikiaEditMachine, and many other editors.
How to add this template onto your wikia
(this is for if you have content mod, admin and or rank(s) above OR if the home page is available for anyone to edit)
Using the current wikia editor
Go to the home page and click "edit" and go into the source editor by clicking the menu button right next to the "cancel" button and then click "Source Editor" and paste the following code wherever you desire:
now click "apply changes" and then click "publish" and enjoy!
Using wikia's classic editor
Access the classic editor by clicking the arrow next to the "edit" button and clicking "classic editor"
now switch to the source editor by clicking the "source editor" tab next to the visual editor tab"
now paste the follow code wherever you desire:
Now click "publish" and enjoy!
How to Link your wikia onto this template
We want to keep this template in alphabetical order. Find the appropriate section for the link based off the first letter of the wikia's game name (ex: Miner's Haven, M). Now find where in that section it belongs by comparing the second or even third letters of the game's name (3rd in case there are games with the same first two letters)
Now type the link with the following syntax (no spaces except in between style=" and ")
[[w:c:[WIKIA DOMAIN NAME HERE, the part of the wikia's url before .wikia.com]|<span style="color:#f0918c;">wikia game's name here</span>]],
Now click "edit", place the link in the position you found earlier. Now click "publish" and enjoy!
History of the Template
The original version of the template can be viewed here. Ender created the template with a wikia table template structure (without the cells) with a few wikias and dots to divide each wikia link. Soon, Programming Universe did some edits and then TheWikiaEditMachine foudn the template and changed it to a more standard HTML structure and added an about section which was later removed by Ender01, TWEM soon let go of the idea too. In October, TWEM wanted to change it to have more a material design looks and by giving it a shadow and a translucent black background. Soon after that, TWEM wanted changed it to have a read background and tweaked the header to give it a shadow and the ROBLOX Icon on the right with a link to the ROBLOX wikia. In January 2017, soon after ROBLOX changed their logo, TWEM changed the icon on the template. Some tweaks were from then until July 30th 2017 when TWEM thought it needed a makeover, that was also the date this text was first written.
TWEM added a header image "ROBLOX, Powering Imagination" and removed the shadow and also restructured the template. TWEM created a flex box with five sections and divided the links in alphabetical order. TWEM thought of going with an actual table structure but thought it would be too confusing for others to edit. TWEM wanted the code for the template to be clean making it easy to edit.