Howdy, clashers! I’m verdaccio. Coming to you to share some fun card to discuss. Today, it’s going to be the Mirror card. Perhaps you have done one of these right, yeah… let me know guys! So, it’s the most epic or epic fail cards to mirror. Here I’ll give some ado about the reason which cards are best and worst to be mirrored.
It’s like you’re my mirror, my mirror staring back at me. You know the song? Yeah, I don’t, either. Let’s hit it!
Mirror: Best to be and Worst to be
Cheap cards below 3 Elixirs cost
First of all, these cards’ efficiency and incredibly cheap costs will be greatly flexible when get mirrored. Most noteworthy, mirroring them is not a risky move since it can give you the possibility that put you on the advantage side. Also, you can use these cards initially on defense then you can mirror them for the counter push. Talking about 3 Elixirs, most of all, mirroring the Goblin Barrel in Tournaments or Challenges is such a swell move since Zap won’t kill the Mirrored Goblin Barrel.
If your Spear Goblins, Goblins and Skeletons got zapped, you could definitely mirror them to strengthen the counter push. Furthermore, Zap can’t kill the mirrored Goblins at Tournaments or Challenges.
Kiter and damage receiver
Knight, Archers, Minions, Mini P.E.K.K.A, Lumberjack, Valkyrie, Hog Rider, Bomber, Musketeer, Guards and Ice Wizard are decent cards to mirror in some emergency. Due to they are versatile, use them if you don’t have any better choice. In addition, they are so flexible, so I believe you can handle those dangerous circumstances with them.
Also, about the Miner, it’s tough to deal with 2 Miners at the same time. Although it would be risky to mirror the Miner at the early game, this strategy has won me loads of games in the Challenges at the moment. Most of all decks right now have no more than 1 counter card to the Miner, which is usually Mini P.E.K.K.A or Guards.
It’s quite expensive to use the Mirror card after the Arrows and Fireball. However, due to their flexibility, it’s worth it in some desperate situations, though.
Because of its effects don’t stack and its Elixir cost is quite high, it’s not worth it at all to mirror the Poison. Furthermore, spending 9 Elixir for unnecessary slow effect and no damage. Why yes!
Mirroring these cards is only useful in the double Elixir time since the cost of them is just so expensive, it’s so advisory not to mirror them.
Defensive swarm army
Although it’s expensive to mirror the Barbarians and Minion Horde, when you are about to face the enemy’s massive attack, it’s quite worth it. Since they are rather a flexible card, mirroring them can be an excellent strategy in defending your base from some huge pushes. These are swarmers hence, just don’t place them too close to deal with splash damage dealers, like Wizard or Poison. As for the Skeleton army, never! The answer is never! Guys, it’s never!
It’s just risky to mirror the Elixir Collector, but this move has lots of potentials, especially relevant if your deck is expensive. Mirroring buildings is usually a stupid move. What is the point of having 2 buildings sitting on your side?
Bowler, Wizard, Dark Prince, Baby Dragon, Witch: If you have the Elixir advantage, mirroring one of them could devastate your opponent in one push. However, due to their Elixir costs, if your opponent has the answer to them, you will have such a hard time after.
Most of all, mirroring Balloon, Giant, Lava Hound, etc. These are bad moves unless you already have an active tank for the Balloon. Most of the time, if your opponent has the answer for it they will take down these moves easily.
Inferno Dragon is a great card but not good enough to be mirrored.
Prince is just too expensive to mirror.
Golem, Sparky, Giant, Lava Hound, 3 Musketeer, Royal Giant, Giant Skeleton are all too expensive.
Most noteworthy, Rage and Freeze spell effects don’t double. If you mirror these card, it’s like you just spilled your elixir.
Well, there it is guys! If you have something to add, any suggestions or questions, just feel free to write in the comment section down below. ‘Till next time, see ya!!