Tips and Tricks for Clash Royale

Hey everybody. When I’m not playing (and who isn’t?) then I’m usually playing Clash Royale. I’ve been very active with the game for the past two months since it came out. It’s the only game I’m currently playing that I spend any money on.

I came up with some good tips and tricks that you can use to play better in the game. You don’t need to spend real money to play well if you follow these basic Clash Royale cheats, tips and advice.


Be Patient With Your Offensive Strategy

Clash Royale takes the Conflict of Families formula and mashes it up with card combating mechanics. Lots of the same troops and magic attacks you’re comfortable with are contained here in trading card kind. On the battleground, it may seem like a good idea to rush the assault and take down your opponent as fast as possible. But during the opening minutes of a match, start out slow with your offensive strategy. Do’t freak out too much when you discover your towers are getting attacked; remain composed and send out your troops according to your strategic plans. When you do take down at least one Competitor Tower, that’s the time where you catch the win as fast as possible and should ramp up your assault. As the time winds down to seconds and its last minute, the speed where your Elixir refills will double. This gives you an opportunity to set more troops on the field than before.

Lay Waste to the King’s Tower

Here’s an important suggestion that once among your adversaries’ Competition Towers decrease you’ll need to take heed of –, its King’s Tower begins assaulting you. That super important tower will also start attacking you once you hit them first. If you think the King’s Towers’ assaults are starting to rev up or you’re prepared to beat ’ em down early, throw some fireballs and arrows its way. The King’s Tower is a powerful foe, but a combination of those assaults plus the help of troops that are already on the field should whittle its health down very quickly. To be fairly frank, your set of fireballs and arrows should just be used on the King’s Tower. Using those assault cards in any other mode works just as well, though.

Utilize Your Elixir Intelligently

Fight the urge to put out a strong troop on day one of a match; play the kind of cards who’s value reaches around a max amount of four. In order to flood the battleground use units that are smaller at first, and whittle down your foe’s tower wellbeing. It’s better to let your towers wipe out the smaller troops assaulting them instead of spending in order to defeat them a card to be spawned by Elixir. You should just spend when you know you’ll have enough to spend on another troop right after some Elixir to spawn a troop that is strong. Do’t be the type of player who has little to none and overspends Elixir.

The Finest Troop Cards You’ll Want to Use

When it comes to the troop cards you’ll want to definitely carry into battle, we now have a few favorites. Goblins and Super Goblins are cheap when it comes to spending Elixir, so it’s easy to throw a bunch of em that is ’ on the battleground. Archers are great long range troops who you should set up near your towers. Infant Dragons can prevent the assaults of some troops, plus its fireball assaults have the ability to wipe out multiple troop at the same time. Barbarians pack lots of HP, which makes them great “Tank” type characters who can tear enemy troops up fast and continue a good while. Golems are the most powerful troop kind there is throw one out near the ending minutes of a match to nab the win ASAP. Wizard, Minion Horde, giant Skeleton and Prince cards come in handy also, so embrace a strategy for them that works for you.



Know Your Buildings!

Clash Royale’s cards based on buildings comprises the Barbarian Hut, Tesla, Goblin Hut, Blast Tower, Tombstone, Inferno Tower, Cannon, X Bow and Elixir Collector. You should curently have a hint about the advantages and skills behind these cards if you’re a hardcore Conflict of Families player. Our favorite Building cards are the Barbarian Elixir, Tesla and Hut Collector. The Barbarian Hut helps occasionally add more troops the Tesla is a great defensive building that just costs four points of Elixir to spawn and the Elixir Collector does an amazing job of giving your more Elixir than customary.

Know Your Arenas!

So that you can achieve higher stadium positions, you need to win those online PVP matches. The better the stadium, the stronger the opponents and cards you’ll come across. So the starting Training Camp is a basic tutorial camp where 12 cards are unlocked for you.


Don’t be Dumb with Your Gold

It’s much more efficient to be choosy about your upgrades, although it’s quite tempting in the beginning to update every card you possibly can. Normally, I’d stick to upgrading mostly common cards since they are cheaper. Additionally, just use your gold to update cards you know you use often and like. Free torsos are given for you at regular times and you get a torso when you win a battle so you’ll be capable of update other cards along the way in the goodies you get in those torsos. Gold is really difficult to come by in the game, so being cautious about how you spend it’ll make a difference for your deck and the number of conflicts you win.

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