Greetings, clashers! It’s Magic Archer deck that will probably won’t get posted here.
Today, I’m bringing you a Bridge Spam deck featuring the newest addition to my card collection: Magic Archer!
I already know that some of you who have him and are looking for good decks with him are just ANXIOUS to read on. Let’s get this show on the road!
Please note that the Magic Archer can not be replaced or rarely be replaced due to your play style so read this guide accordingly!
In this part of the game, you should just defend or if your opponent plays something heavy, PUNISH them with all the elixir you got.
Your opponent will not have much answers to your push and that push will result in a dead tower.
After the push, use your Inferno Dragon to take out the heavy troop.
You MUST learn the way they are using their deck.
So your opponent must have understood that you have a Bridge Spam deck.
Just be careful and do NOT waste too much elixir.
You will need them in the next phase of the battle: DOUBLE ELIXIR TIME!
Same as the first phase.
Defend, punish, laugh.
This is the Double Elixir phase so keep track of your opponent’s cycle.
Both of you can cycle pretty fast right now. Just focus on super defending and counterpushing.
Do not make unrelated pushes on the other side. That might cost you the game.
This phase is just all risk or going for the draw. You choose.
If you choose to push all in and waste all of your elixir you might have a chance to win but don’t forget that there are still people who use the Mega Knight.
If you choose to defend for that full 1 minute, you will be fine.
Just don’t waste too much elixir.
As the first Bridge Spam deck, this deck doesn’t have proper counters.
Every matchup will be the same, resulting in a win.
Just melt the heavy tank with Inferno Dragon, destroy the supports with Dark Prince or Bandit, counterpush HARD with Battle Ram, and then GG! You can now start BM’ing.
The only matchup i find hard is Lavaloon because you don’t have great counters to the Balloon.
Another kinda hard matchup is Hog Cycle. If the opponent is skilled, he 99% knows how to stop your push with a Cannon and other cards.