Keeping track of the Best Clash Royale decks is very much hard as The Clash Royale meta is ever changing and can’t stay still for long . We are able to get a glimpse into the highest levels of strategic play on weekly basis due to the launch of The Clash Royale League. So here we have compiled and listed some Clash Royale Best decks from the pros. So we’ll also explain here about how to use them to win tournaments at your own.
TSM VULKan – Graveyard Control
Tombstone, Ice Wizard, Tornado, Valkyrie
Poison, Graveyard, Cannon Cart, Mega Minion
The final entry in this list of Clash Royale decks used by the pros also comes from Team Solo Mid’s VULKan. He used it to nab a quick victory against CLG Skillzzzzz and lock down a team victory for TSM.
What makes this Clash Royale deck unique is the combination of spells chosen: Poison and Tornado. Poison has always been a good choice to choke out hordes of troops, and in combination with a well placed Tornado there are few cards that can survive it. The Ice Wizard provides even more control by splashing and slowing attackers while they’re clumped together.
But defense alone doesn’t win matches, which is where the Graveyard and Cannon Cart cards come in. While both of them can be used defensively, if played alongside a counter push of troops that just stopped an attack, they can be devastating.
This deck is for the patient Clash Royale player, so keep that in mind before you start spamming troops at the bridge.
That’s it for our list of some of the best Clash Royale decks and strategies. There are plenty more decks to draw inspiration from in the Clash Royale League, so stay on top of the meta and you’ll be taking home tourney wins in no time!
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TSM VULKan – Mortar/Miner
Spear Goblins, Miner, Goblin Gang, Mortar
Fireball, Bats, Log, Rascals
Yeah, yeah, another Mortar/Miner deck. Hear me out and take a look at the Mortar/Miner deck that TSM Vulkan used to take down TRB Oxalate.
Like the deck above, this classic Clash Royale deck is built to chip away at the enemy towers while defending anything thrown your way with low cost cards. The low cost also means you can cycle quickly and make sure you always have a key card when you need it.
Unlike FNC LemonTea’s version, this composition arms you with two spells: Log and Fireball. In combination with a defensive Mortar placement, you can easily buy enough time to cut down the offensive before returning to apply pressure.
Hordes of enemies, buildings, and even the Three Musketeers are no problem as long as you keep your Fireball handy. Just don’t get caught without it for too long by cycling through your deck intelligently.
It can be tempting to over-defend your Mortar when it’s close to the river, but try to show restraint. Sometimes it’s better to give it up, focus on defence, and apply pressure in the other lane with a timely Miner counter-attack.
DIG iAmJP – Hog/Cart
Ice Golem, Log, Poison, Hunter
Hog Rider, Valkyrie, Cannon Cart, Inferno Dragon
With his back against the wall, Dignitas iAmJP pulled out a hybrid Hog Rider and Cannon Cart deck to reverse sweep SK Loay when it mattered most. With a good mix of offensive and defensive cards and low average elixir cost, it earns the first spot on our list of pro Clash Royale decks.
The deck is well-balanced and can adapt to many situations. However, one false move from your opponent is enough to gain a huge advantage. This is what separates a good Clash Royale deck from a great Clash Royale deck.
A Hog Rider in front of a Cannon Cart can take down a tower if not dealt with quickly
Defending is easy enough, even without a dedicated structure. There’s plenty of AoE damage from both troops and spells, so no need to worry about hordes of enemies ruining your day. Tanky units don’t stand much of a chance either, with lots of high damage cards available to topple them before they get to your towers.
When the moment arises, counter attack by sending out your Hog Rider in front of a Cannon Cart to deal huge damage in just a few seconds. Alternatively, you can send the two down different lanes and force your opponent to choose which one to defend.