Clash Royale – The Push Deck

Straightforward Starter Deck for Battle Royale

This can be an easy guide for a deck I’ve been using. It features tutorial cards and all stadium 1, making it appropriate for everyone. I used this deck in the 1800-2220 prize variety and can verify that if played right may be used in high amounts of play.

Cards Used:

  • Archers
  • Bomber
  • Arrows
  • Spear Goblins
  • Mini Pekka
  • Musketeer
  • Giant
  • Prince

In Match: In a match you’ll have two selections. In these two scenarios you may use a combo that is similar to get crowns. Each push you do you should look to put a giant at the rear part of your side so you’ll be able to augment it as it goes over the bridge and so that you can let your elixir.

Defense: You are going to primarily use archers, bomber, and your spear goblins as the have an incredibly low cost and let you cycle through immediately. Your musketeer should be used against baby dragons and balloons since it flourishes in air defensive scenarios. Your miniature pekka, believe it or not, is also excellent at protecting against hog riders and giants since it can go on a counter push and has a high damage vehicle assault.

Stages of Weakness: This deck can overwhelm many players which can be not prepared but can have some rough if things go sour matches. The only deck that’s given me issues unlike any other is the golem. Golems are an important counter for this deck and beyond and secure the gates to stadium 6. The only method I’ve had the opportunity to defeat them is shoving on the opposite side for an early crown afterward doing my best to defend it away. The final matter that can cease your push is a skeleton military which once you have seen one time you will end up able use and to call bomber or your arrows later on to overcome.

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