Hey guys! Verdaccio here, how are you? Today I’m going to share some guide about the bridge spam. The guide is currently famous among advanced players. Well, I’m not saying I’m advanced but, I am though, hehhe…
Anyway, the article is not really like, in-depth analysis, but, more like a discussion regarding the specialty of some particular troops which can do an amazing job when they spawned near the river. All right, without any further ado, let’s hit it!
Come to the first card, the Lumberjack, a legendary card. He runs fast and his attack speed is fast, too. Maybe cause he is drunk, all the time, for all those wine. When he dies he spills all the wine and let his buds taste it. The rage spell he drops upon death is the one you need so as to make your support troops behind can deal some more damage to the enemy’s tower. Usually, some players will deploy building-targeting troops at the back of the Lumberjack. Also, placing the ranged troops to support the building-targeting cards, usually rangers, though. So, in regards to the topic in our hand up above, the Lumberjack is better to deploy lastly, but before the tank reach the enemy’s area (Building-targeting cards) and the support behind is walking down the line deploy him just right in front of your tank.
The Bandit, this card is a ninja, maybe, I think. She can dash and give an amazing damage on-hit. She doesn’t seem to run or walk around to attack. Instead, she dashes around, striking any target nearby. When the dash damage from her is high, well, the normal damage she produces when she’s not dashing is just no joke, though. She can out in the wild on her own. Frequently, some players deploy her just right on the bridge as a counter attack. She can work with any cards there are to make a huge attempt to enemy’s base. Although some players prefer to put her at the back of a tank, she can tank, too.
Hog Rider!!! I think everyone knows what troops to be deployed not only just as close to the bridge or on the bridge but also, close to the river. Yup, this rider can jump with its ride. If you already prepare the troops to support the Hog after its launching, you can deploy him and immediately deploy the supports to the enemy’s base. So, they can reach and hit your opponent’s tower easily. You have to save your elixir for the spamming this combo, though. You should know where to deploy hog; you’d better put your hog just as close to the river or on the bridge so, he can run immediately and you can see what troops does the enemy launch. Meaning, if the enemy launches swarm army or any other small cost Elixir to block your hog, you can launch any splash damage dealer to assist the Hog.
Hello, Battle Ram card! This is just 2 barbarians that carry something a big wood. The card charges and deals quite high damage to a building. At first, Battle ram is a building-targeting card. However, when it losses the ram after the hit delivered, it leaves only 2 Barbs and become any-targeting card, though. So, you will be annoyed when your battle ram gets distracted by enemy’s building as the diversion or it gets destroyed by troops. As for the reason, it is recommended for it to be deployed on the bridge. However, the enemy will try so hard to block the battle ram, so it won’t crash the tower to avoid its high damage recharge. If you want to play using battle ram you should know how to anticipate the enemy’s troops that block battle ram. Just prepare any suitable support card to help the battle ram.
Elite Barbarians, a common card with a legendary quality, there are only two of them. Yet, they can deliver a massive damage. They are single-target, melee, faster and stronger than the 4 barbarians. They have high hit points and deal high damage to anything in front of them. So, since they are so fast, some players use their fast movement as an advantage to deploying him near the river or on the bridge. Once deployed, they will run immediately to the enemy’s base. Still, they will need support from any type of your card but, preferably those who can deliver splash damage since the Elite Barbarians is vulnerable to swarm army.
Well, that’s all guys! If you find any cards that you think is also suitable for deploying just close enough to the bridge or the river, please! Share here with us. Enjoy! Peace out.