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  1. submitted by /u/Asdfhuk [link] [comments] View the full article
  2. Guys, hello there, we should debunk some CR myths that I always hear on YouTube and everywhere, don't you think? Today I'll explain why in mid-ladder you probably want to adjust your deck to specific cards, that simply said, abound and plague that trophy ranges… ​ Let's illustrate it with some usage % from royaleAPI: Top usage in general Ladder (not top Ladder) ​ You see hog as the first win condition used in ladder?So you NEED to have answers to hog, ALWAYS, even TWO good responses to it: as fast cycles start to appear in mid-high ladder too. See Valk and Wizard in the TOP11 cards? Good luck changing your win condition to royal hogs, as you can find many decks with BOTH cards in it. Hard to pass with your lovely piglets right? Same can be said about some baity decks. Prevalence of Valks AND Wizards makes some bait decks less effective in mid-ladder too. Why can pro players beat mid-ladder decks with META decks then? 1st, they are facing less skilled players and boy, you notice… they even know how to defend a giant with a wizard and a minipekka behind. (I would lose 9 out of 10 against that push for sure). 2nd, they usually employ fast cycle decks and punish the other lane "fast&furiosly". Many mid-ladder decks are quite heavy, I'd say 3.7 could be an average there. 3rd, they are patient and know how to defend in their own side or the arena. Counting elixir and knowing cycles perfectly also helps ;) So, unless you're really skilled… if you're in mid-ladder, or facing mid-ladder players that love those cards, just adapt your deck and start to win like crazy! When you're up enough in trophies or face better players (and you'll know quite fast when it is, believe me) that'll be the moment to adapt with a real META deck. What other myths have you heard aroud CR that need some demistifying? submitted by /u/wolfynn [link] [comments] View the full article
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  4. Submitted By: Soul Crusher Watch Now: The NEW META DECK all the PROS ARE USING!
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  7. How Lavaclone has affected the meta, and how the deck itself dropped out and lost popularity. ​ In Clash Royal's lifetime, there have been countless of popular archetypes and decks that have surfaced, and disappeared. This was the case, especially from a year ago, for Lavaclone. Lavaclone was known as one of the most powerful combos in the game at the time, the deck itself having several spell bait elements as well as being primarily beatdown. But overall, what started the Lavaclone meta? And what caused the deck to die down? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ​ Clone's January 2019 rework: One of the pinpoint arguments made for Lavaclone's rise, is through Clone's rework in January of 2019. According to the ClashRoyaleFandom "...the January Update made the cloned troops spawn behind the original troops instead of to the right". The reason behind this change was to make it easier for the non-cloned troops to make it to the tower, by pushing them closer towards the tower, and the cloned troops back, making it easier to connect with troops as Balloon, Giant Skeleton, and Skeleton Barrel. This was also to help reduce the inconsistencies between Cloning troops to the right, and using different lanes. ​ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ​ What is the Lavaclone deck? ​ The deck, in particular, is the following: Lavahound Clone Baby Dragon Lumberjack Skeleton Army Flying Machine Bats Snowball Note: There are different variants of this deck, such as having Arrows for Snowball, or Guards for Skeleton Army. But they all revolve around baiting opponents spells and building a push behind Lavahound, and Cloning the beatdown, so the strategy in question stays relatively the same. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ​ Discussion questions: What is your experience using, or fighting against Lavaclone Do you hate the deck, or love the deck? Why? What strategies did you use towards overcoming Lavaclone, or using it to its fullest potential? What other decks and archetypes can relate to Lavaclone? Does this deck fall under the bait archetype, or beatdown? What other decks can you use in the exact way this deck can be used? What other variants of this deck have you seen or used? What cards did you switch out and why? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ​ Why do you think Lavaclone has lost popularity in the last year? There can be several different reasons for this, the most popular theories are as following: Due to several splash cards being reworked, added, or buffed (Examples can be Executioner, Magic Archer, and Firecracker) Due to more spells being reworked, added, or buffed (Examples can be Arrows, Royal Delivery, and Tornado) Due to Clone's range nerf in April of 2019 (Reduced from a 4 tile range, to 3 tiles) ​ Please leave what you think caused Lavaloons downfall in the poll below! ​ ​ Side note: We decided to take a different approach to this Daily Discussion. Instead of talking about a specific card, its counters, and its strategies, we decided to give the spotlight to an entire deck and archetype in question. We think this will help narrow conversations down, as well as giving some light on players who use this deck (Giving tips on strategies, matchups, etc), and for those who have trouble fighting against this deck (What its primary weaknesses are, how to work around such synergies). Please make sure to leave a comment about this kind of format, what you liked, what you disliked, what you would like to see added or changed, and if you would like to see more like this! View Poll submitted by /u/Sgt_Burns141 [link] [comments]View the full article
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  11. Hi, I think I will gather lots of dislikes but I will take that risk. I see a lot of posts and comments saying how bad it is to follow meta decks, how brainless and how easy it is to just copy decks that work in ladder. As if playing a meta deck grants an auto-win. Let me tell you something: in every existing game, a "meta" exists. In chess, MOBA, card games, football, FPS, boxing, gacha, etc., there is always a way to play resulting from experience that's more efficient than another. In chess, you have different openings, but the most popular opening for white is 1. e4. In LoL only certain units are often played among hundreds of unused characters. And this is pretty normal. You can't expect every character, every combination, every play style to be perfectly viable all the time. It's impossible. It doesn't make any sense: if everything is viable, nothing really is. Blaming players for choosing a deck that works, it's as stupid as blaming a soldier for using a rifle in a war instead of a bow. The bow might work, but currently, the "meta" is more about rifle, if you know what I mean. You may say that it's preferable to come up with an original deck, something created especially by yourself... and what? If this deck is really good, it will become THE META (oh my god, what a horrifying word!). Because, you know, the main goal of every game is to win, not to lose. If your opponent considers your original deck to be very good, expect him to copy your deck. It is the most NORMAL thing to do. In fact, we humans are expected to do so: our survival depends on using the most efficient tools at our disposition. If your neighbor uses a spear against a lion and manages to kill it, you'll at least imitate him instead of fighting a lion with your bare hands or a stick. If you find a better way to erradicate your enemies, your neighbor will try to learn the way. At least, if he wants a better chance of survival. So, your original deck is doing good in ladder. Then it is copied (something expected if it's THAT good). And finally, your deck is no longer original because it becomes a meta deck. For example, the Hog cycle 2.6 was in the beginning the creation of one player. It's not a group of players that decided together at the same time to play with Hog, Musky, IG, FB, Log, Cannon, Skeletons and IS. This player probably thought his deck was original. Then now? The thing is, Clash Royal is in the market for a long time already. How many millions of games have been disputed? If your original deck is not recorded, chances are that it's under efficient. Some variations are better and players prefer to choose a better combination. If you want to be original, no problem. We are all free to play with the deck we want. Crying because your opponent doesn't share your desire to be special is deplorable. submitted by /u/Sylfer_DD [link] [comments]View the full article
  12. Submitted By: Soul Crusher Watch Now: UNBELIEVABLE NEW META COMBO!! PEKKA + MEGA KNIGHT IS INSANE!! - Clash Royale
  13. Before i begin this post i’m going to say currently, i am a player who has played from the start, currently having won about 13000 battles, right now im at 6000 trophies with a high of 6372, i’ve bought the passes besides the past 2, and play the game very often. Lately it’s become much more apparent even though its been a thing for a while, is the meta deck spam. It could just be me, so feel free to let me know what you see. I tend to see very little originality or variation in decks, mostly seeing the new meta knight meta or the 2.6 hog cycle that a lot of people use. My main question to those of you whose use meta (or as i call them, copy-paste decks), is why? Is it solely to win and go up for ladder? Because if so i can understand that kind of, but for someone like me it doesn’t offer any fun. I like to trial and error my decks and cards, see what works and what doesn’t, use my strengths and weaknesses and actually battle. I love to earn the win after a good fought battle with a deck that i created. This being said, i have never used a meta deck to climb ladder. The game, to me at least, is more about having fun and enjoying yourself, and I can’t enjoy myself using someone else’s deck, and being that desperate to go up the ladder. Not only are they not fun in terms of originality, but there is very little variation in decks i play against where i am at. I just can’t grasp the concept of watching youtube videos or using these Clash Royale websites in order to find a deck to win. submitted by /u/gordonbarrell [link] [comments]View the full article
  14. Last night when I logged on mostly everyone I faced was running a variation of an inferno dragon mega knight deck, I’m currently in challenger 2 and I was just wondering if this is the new meta and what a good way to counter this is? submitted by /u/AnthonyXerx [link] [comments]View the full article
  15. Submitted By: Soul Crusher Watch Now: 3.1 PRINCESS CYCLE!! INSANE NEW META CYCLE DESTROYS EVERYTHING!! - Clash Royale
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  18. The Strength and Viability of Bomb Tower in the Current Meta “Defensive building that houses a Bomber. Deals area damage to anything dumb enough to stand near it.” If one didn't think a regular Bomber wasn't scary enough, all must cower in fear from a tower that houses this demolitionist from above! The intention of this post is to create centralized discussion regarding the current state of Bomb Tower, whether it needs to be changed, and the current best decks/synergies with it. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stats and History Attributes Cost Hit Speed Range Targets Rarity 4 1.6sec 6 tiles Ground Rare Base Stats Level Area Damage Hit Points Death Damage 3 105 640 210 9 184 1126 369 10 202 1235 405 11 222 1356 445 12 244 1491 489 13 268 1638 537 ​ On 2/2/16, the February 2016 Update increased the Bomb Tower's hit speed to 1.7 sec (from 1.8 sec). On 9/2/16, the Chest Rewards & Card Balance Update increased the Bomb Tower's hit speed to 1.6 sec (from 1.7 sec). On 3/5/16, the May 2016 Update decreased the Bomb Tower's lifetime to 40 sec (from 60 sec). This update also fixed the "range bug" and decreased the Bomb Tower's range to 6 (from 6.5) but its effective range was unchanged. On 4/7/16, the Tournaments Update increased the Bomb Tower's hitpoints by 6%. On 13/3/17, the March 2017 Update increased the Bomb Tower's projectile speed by 66%. On 6/8/18, a Balance Update decreased the Bomb Tower's Elixir cost to 4 (from 5), but also decreased its lifetime to 35 sec (from 40 sec) and its hitpoints by 33%. On 1/10/18, a Balance Update increased the Bomb Tower's damage by 5%. On 4/3/19, a Balance Update added death damage to the Bomb Tower (does 2x normal damage). ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Discussion Questions: What do you like/dislike about Bomb Tower? Do you think it makes a positive/negative contribution to the meta? What qualities separate it from similar units in the game? Card synergies? Playstyle? Which cards work well with Bomb Tower? What Bomb Tower decks have given you the most amount of success? Off-Meta is encouraged! Where would you rank it based on its strength and current viability in the meta? From Worst to Best, label your rank as one of the following: F, D, C, B, A, S, SS What is your reasoning behind this rank? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In addition to these questions it is suggested that you fill out this poll whether Bomb Tower is in need of a nerf and if so, the size of the nerf it needs to be in a balanced state. Formerly an obsolete card that was disregarded since beta, Bomb Tower finally made its breakthrough back in October 2019 as one of the very few top-tier counters to the omnipresent Elixir Golem. However, to everyone's surprise, it persisted to thrive after the EG-centric meta. Its AOE damage and great bulk makes it quite a well-rounded ground defense. However, its death bomb is what sets it apart from the other structures, enabling it to significantly chip larger pushes and air units given the opportunity. Though Bomb Tower has had quite an unfortunate history preceding its leap into the meta and other buildings recently gaining popularity, this structure has been the undisputed building of choice for several months. Some say that Bomb Tower is fine due to its past, while others deem it as a problematic asset in the meta. Ideally this poll helps contribute to discussion about this controversial card. View Poll submitted by /u/Bo5sj0hnth1n3H4MM3R [link] [comments]View the full article
  19. Submitted By: Soul Crusher Watch Now: NEW META FASTEST 2.9 ROYAL GIANT CYCLE DOESN’T LOSE!! 100% WINS!!
  20. ... considering every 5k - 6k deck repeats the same bullshit over and over again: valk, mage, skarmy, skill horde, furnace, rage, ebarbs, and so on. I often read in this sub complaints regarding people copying META decks from youtubers or top players, yet its around 5-6k ladder where players really lack originality. This is not a rant post, neither a praise to meta decks, i just feel like pointing this out because i have a smurf account hovering around 5k trophies and every match is basically the same thing. If you are in that trophy range you know of what i am talking about. The mentality of the average mid level player repeats itself in every archetype (that is, if there is in fact different archetypes in that trophy range): Wizard is the basic and universal support troop. Doesn't matter if you its a hog, giant, golem, mortar or baloon deck, the mid level player MUST have this card in his deck; Valkyrie. Valkyries EVERYWHERE. Same as wizard, you are not a true mid ladder player if you don't use valkyrie; Apparently the best defensive card in the game: skeleton army, the the defensive noob pillar par excellence; Furnace (even after the nerf): noobs absolutely loves it: easy to play, both defensive and offensive building that can be really annoying overleveled with the addition of being a good fireball/poison bait for other noobish cards such as wizard, skarmy, witch and skill horde; Skill Minion horde: a very dangerous card when the opponent lacks of counters. Their huge DPS and fast speed makes this card good both on offense and defense. Noobs love to play this card behind a fast card such as Hog or Ebarbs. Honorable mention: it is easy to overlevel; Witch: Another support troop beloved by noobs. Can be a pain in the ass behind a giant skeleton, specially when paired with rage. Basically a walking spawner. Rage: its curious how ALL noob cards (more or less) synergies well with this card: fast troops just move so fast that distracting them is way harder, witch spawns so many skeletons with rage that even with only 1 HP is a true headache killing all the skellies, valkyrie, wizard and minion Horde attack so fast that they end dealing massive damage before dying. Makes the noob overleveled push even more disgusting harder to deal with; Basically these are the cards used in the mid ladder, hence the cards used by the majority of the clash royale players. But yeah, we get it guys, the real problem is the people copying META decks... Honorable mentions: ebarbs, freeze, hog, royal giant, inferno tower, fire spirits, baloon. submitted by /u/advancedgamer6969 [link] [comments]View the full article
  21. Today’s guest is an amazing pro player called Sam, this deck is incredibly strong against a wide variety of archetypes [...] (Feed generated with FetchRSS)View the full article
  22. Submitted By: Soul Crusher Watch Now: Clash Royale's #1 Player Shares BEST Meta Deck for May 2020
  23. Submitted By: Soul Crusher Watch Now: BEST New Meta Deck?! Magic Archer 2.9 WB Cycle! - Clash Royalex
  24. Submitted By: Soul Crusher Watch Now: THIS IS TOO EASY!! NEW META ROCKET CYCLE DECK IS GETTING STRONGER!! - Clash Royale

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