Who are your favorites, and why? This fluidity and all the changing variables can cause information overload or confusion in your reader.
Make every fight unique I read a YA fantasy recently in which almost every fight involved the main character jumping up and spinning in the air to kick opponents in the face usually two or three. Some questions to ask yourself about a weapon: How heavy is the axe?
Choose your battlefield carefully. Yes, it is possible; it can be done!
Are there any bridges over waterways? Every general in the real world worries about the logistics of getting things to where they need to be.
Try to find alternative ways to say the same thing. Unfortunately, nothing is more likely to ruin a carefully constructed fight scene than confusing the reader.
Make every fight advance the plot No matter what you might think, violence is actually boring. Handling the Logistics and Mechanics of Battle One of the most important things you have to consider when it comes to a large battle is the logistics of everything.
Keep it simple; keep it urgent.
Use simple word choices so they are easy and fast to read. For more on this you can check out my blog post here.