Hello, people of the world! I’m verd, back on this fantastic day to share some story about how awesome I am. Well, sorry never mind, the kingdom has sent me to give you an important message.You know, it’s no rare to see any tank in battles you’re in. The cards are the almost always card to use for so many players in their deck. Since the cards are just easy to use, they find them sufficient to include in their game plan.
Today I’d like to give you some tips on what you should never do when you face any tanks in the game.
Here’s a little bit of a bio of tanks
We have these cards from certain arenas, of course. Almost all of them are a building-targeting card, a melee troop with high health points and average damage except for the royal giant, he’s not a melee, though. The cards cost 5++ elixirs to deploy. They are all are large and sluggish but, powerful.
The don’ts list:
Use a Spell That Doesn’t Kill
It’s your right to be panicked but, really, don’t! When you have an enemy, who uses tanks as their attacking style, relax. Try to think about how to stop it once and for all, not just to eliminate most of his health. Many players believe that it’s wise to get rid of some of the tank’s health yet, there’s no spell in the entire arena can kill it instantly with a spell. So, it makes them even vulnerable to the tank, and they just spend their elixir for nothing, on top of that, they let their tower got a hit or two. Try to use your troops or defensive building, as long as I can remember there’s no spell can kill a tank. And! Keep in mind that the one needs to be destroyed the supporting army behind. Thus, if you want to use a damage dealer spell, then target the back support, not the shield.
Focus on killing the Tank First
Yes, never do this. When you deploy your army aimed to kill the tank first, it’s just wrong. Many players use their troops close enough to the tank and let them target the tank. This is what I called a losing situation. When your forces end up running toward the tank and making the supporting army behind unharmed, it’s safe to say that you just lost a battle, lost trophies and got humiliated. Instead of doing this, you can let them arrive in your area and take a swing or two at your tower, and you can deploy your defending troops close enough to the supporting army behind the tank. The point is, just try always to kill the supporting army behind a tank first, and don’t worry about your tower damaged a little.
Use a Spawn Building as Diversion
You think it’s a smart move? Hahaha, you got another thing coming. This tactic is just … Dude! Come on, think about the future of the battle. First, you’ll have a disadvantage in elixir. Second, you’ll be wasting an opportunity to create an attempt. Third, well there’s too many, I’ll just say the last, you’ll end up lost. A spawn building is meant to create a walking brick wall or a wave of a soldier. Some players use them as a diversion and think about luring the tank away from the tower. However, the tank comes through because he and his supporting army will quickly destroy the building. The point is that we need to think about the trading elixir you’ll be used to exchange the enemy’s attack with your defense strategy. If necessary, spend elixir in defenses more than your enemies spend in their attacking is good but…
Use a Defensive Building Ineffectively
So many players in the world use defensive building whenever they see a tank’s coming their way. It could be an excellent way to deal with it if the timing and placing are perfect. Frequently, players will deploy, for example, inferno tower to kill the tank and let the tank target the inferno tower itself. Well, it’s not wrong but, there’s a more beautiful way for this trick. Since tank users are always brought zap spell to their game plan and the forces behind, it makes an inferno user will end up wasted their 5 elixirs. We can let the tank get nearer to the tower before we launch the inferno tower. This way, even a zap is used, his support has already targeted the tower. You can use your troops like a knight, Valkyrie, barbarians, or mini p.e.k.k.a to eliminate the support first, though.
That’s it, guys! If you have some questions or more beautiful idea to add, you can fill in the comment column down below and share it here with us! Thanks, verd peace out!