The basics of Band of Heroes is to complete missions for experience and to level up. The missions start easy but get progressively harder requiring you to purchase more gear to complete the mission. Each mission has several parts the make up a campaign and once you finish that campaign you will move onto the next one. You can do each mission as many times as you like as long as you have the required gear. There are many mission you can do by yourself but if you recruit your Facebook friends you can level up quite quickly using them to help you. Once you complete a mission you can go back and redo it as many times as you like. You also have the option to battle other players for money and if you don’t have any Facebook friends you won’t win many battles although you can battle other players that don’t have buddies too.
You can face-off against other Band Of heroes players and battle them via the battle screen. You should pick an opponent near your level and the size of your squad if you are using Facebook friends to help you. As you do these battles you will receive cash and experience. Your stamina will decrease as you fight so be sure this is at maximum level before you attempt to fight again because it will increase your chances of winning. Purchasing high level gear may also help you win too.
Day 6: Evreux – Paris Free French day- The liberation of Paris. An exciting day today as it was back then, as we cross the river and follow the route many soldiers took in the liberation of Paris. With personal memories from those who were there, we cycle towards the capital city where a wonderful celebration welcome awaits us. A wreath will be laid at the Arc de Triomphe as we cycle past and down the Champs Elysees and onto the finishing point at the iconic Eiffel Tower. A long, emotional yet rewarding day to finish the cycle challenge. All cyclists will be part of a celebratory evening reception aboard the Bateau Mouche, hosted by Help for Heroes - an experience never to forget. Overnight in hotel (breakfast, lunch & dinner included). Cycle approx 70 miles