It’s time to spill the rage using the Lumberjack! It’s afternoon here in my lovely country. All I can see is the shiny afternoon sun and it’s just lovely. It’s a shame that my coffee stock runs out and the grocery is just too far away. It sucks, I know.


Gonna play the game for the rest of the day I think. Okay, I am back again here and maybe you have guessed that yes we will continue the series of Kingdom’s file now.

The Kingdom’s file is the place where we will discuss a particular card where we will give our opinion and tips n tricks on the card and you guys also can add yours.

For now, the card that we will talk about is one of the legendary cards in Clash Royale. I think the card is quite popular though, particularly at the higher level. So, the card that we will discuss right now is called the Lumberjack.


What should we know about the Lumberjack? Here we have some knowledge about the card

By looking first at his appearance, Lumberjack is looked like that old man who spends most of his life in a snowy place.

He has this yellow beard and uses the typical Russian hat. He got this big lumber in his hand that he used to cut the trees. In my eyes, he looks like a hard working carpenter though.

Since he always brings his lumber wherever he goes, the lumber itself will be his main weapon to face the enemy. He will use his lumber to crush all of the enemies in front of him.


Like above, the card is categorized as a legendary troop and you can find or unlock him at the Arena 8 (Frozen Peak). You will need to spend 4 of your elixir to deploy this legendary card in the game.

Spill the Rage

He has high damage that could be enough to face the single ground enemy. Basically, he operates more like Knight or mini P.E.K.K.A in general.

But the one that made him different and being a legendary card is he has this ability to summon a Rage spell once he is dismissed in the battlefield.

This is actually his main power. So, on the battlefield, it is very effective to put the Lumberjack with other troops beside him.

Once he is killed, then the rage spell that he left would make the troops beside him will have the rage and level up their power.

The rage effect is exactly the same with a rage card

This is very effective for example when you combine the Lumberjack with cards like Giant or Minion Horde. Once the Lumberjack achieves near your opponent’s tower and dismissed, the Rage will help the Giant or the Minion Horde will be raged and destroy the tower faster. 

To combo them with the Elite Barbarians also will do good as the damage they can create could create a great pushing and of course damaging the tower once they manage to arrive at it.


Partner him with the elites

To combine him with a Balloon will be good as Lumberjack will try to create the pushing from the ground and will distract your enemy’s troop while the balloon keeps marching on from the air.

Then once the lumberjack dies the rage effect after his death will help to rage and fasten the flying balloon.

The rage helps the balloon move forward faster

Although he is best to accompany with other cards, don’t you ever ignore his own damage power using his lumber as if he has a clear way he can crush a tower by himself.

To counter the Lumberjack will be not so hard as the swarm armies like Skeleton Army or the Goblins will easily dismiss him.

Since he can do nothing against the air troops then all of the air troops also will be very sufficient to kill him on the battlefield. Most effectively the minion horde will easily kill him right away.



The legendary Lumberjack will cost only 4 of your elixir. And to remember his secret power behind his death, then I think the card, of course, will offer many advantages to you

Well. that is all you got from a legendary status card anyway, he is useful while he is alive or even when he is gone.

It is all our opinions anyway. Some of you maybe think the other way, but since the Kingdom’s file is the platform of discussion then you all can share all of your thoughts here.

If you guys also have some better tips and tricks to use the card then feel free to use the comment section below to discuss it all.

So, it is time for me to go for a nap. See you guys next time. Cheers!