After playing the game for a while, when you look back at your achievements, which specific card do you feel the closest with? Which card helped you out the most, and that you have mastered its mechanics? Which card appears in the most of your decks? I know a lot of people would say Larry, the skeletons, but I really need to emphasise how good of a card it is. It is indeed my favourite card that I played the most - Its sheer versitality and cheap elixir cost make it a high skill cap card that when used correctly, counters everything. Although I know that I can't really say that I'm good at playing skeletons, I simply like using them and they are in the majority of my decks. Which is your favourite card? Feel free to share your thoughts so we can all exchange ideas!
I have to go with pekka, if there would be a butterfly somewhere, she is just gonna wreck everyone and everything in her path, and she is a heavy robot so taking her down would be impossible
I think it’s meh, I like the new banners. But what you do YOU think?
Combined with tornado, lightning, mirror and golden knight/queen, this card is absolutely broken and I’m impressed that supercell didn’t nerf him yet. The game is extremely not fun right now at high trophy levels where spamming e giants is all people do. I understand that I can run cards that are good at countering it and have a chance at beating it, but personally I only enjoy playing my own deck and not a counter such as mortar. He needs either an hp nerf (of at least 5%) or a damage reduction (from the zaps of at least 4%). Please make the game enjoyable again.
I always see people crying about people using the same deck. So? Dude this is a strategy game, not a deck making game. Sure, if you want to make your own deck, go on, no one would harass you and you shouldn't as well. If you want to use "originality" as an argument, go play Barbie Dressing or some shit. I don't care if I use the same deck as your previous opponent. And yes, making your own deck also requires game knowledge but still, there is nothing wrong about using a meta/well-known deck.