Choose the best class for you
There are a number of classes you can choose from when you create your character. From swordsmen and women to gunslingers to fighters and even dancers, there are a unique blend of options. The important thing here is to pick a class that you feel would be best for you.
Each class has a level of difficulty in terms of combat. A gunslinger has arguably the easiest difficulty level because of the long-range combat. Meanwhile, a fighter has the toughest rating because of how close you need to be to deliver your blows on foes.
So you have to ask yourself a couple of questions: How important is style to you? Does difficulty worry you? If neither is a concern, then just go what you think is coolest. Luckily, you can change your class down the road if you aren't content with your current one. In the meantime, choose wisely.
Use your abilities
You can definitely fire away with your main weapon whether you have a sword, gun, or anything else. Dragon Raja does have a bit of a hack and slash kind of vibe to it after all. So feel free to use that as much as you wish. However, you do have some extra abilities at your disposal also.
Make sure to use these to as they can be very helpful. They are essentially like mini-special powers that your class of player is given. These can be great when you're dealing with a group of enemies. Just be careful not to use them at the wrong times.
I say this because there is a cooldown period, so use when you feel it's the proper time. The good thing is that the cooldown isn't long, so you'll be able to use it again shortly. But still, try to balance out your normal attacks and your special abilities. It's all at your fingertips.
Explore and take in the views
Switching to a non-combat tip; remember that you are exploring a huge mobile game world. Feel free to just run around and soak in some of the amazing views. The graphics are impressive and keep you immersed. So that screen capture feature on your phone should really come in handy for this game.
In fact, there is an in-game camera feature where you can do just that; take pictures. But, however you choose to do it, you should have plenty of great opportunities (lord knows I've snapped several pictures). If you're someone who is into video game photography, then Dragon Raja is a great mobile game option.
And yes, although there are quests, the exploration is still just as fun. You never know what you might discover along the way. So not only explore, but try and be observant too because you may see something cool. Oh, and that will lead to more photo ops, of course.
Unlock Dash and a Ride
Early on, your character will move pretty slow, so unlocking the Dash feature and a Ride will be a lifesaver. All you need to do is keep playing the game. You'll get Dash from completing the quest called "Hero's Apprentice". Meanwhile, you can get a Ride by doing "Alert".
So overall, it's pretty straight forward to get them. Just keep doing your thing. This is essentially just a reminder more than anything. Get the speed, and you'll be zipping around the open-world with ease. At least earn of these if you can.
Both Dash and Rides can help greatly. Of course, a ride will be faster, but dashing is good too. It's way better than just jogging. So just make sure to complete the goals we mentioned, and you'll have access to some very helpful features.