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How to Win Clash Royale Triple Draft Challenge Tips 2019

Clash Royale Triple Draft Challenge Tips

Clash Royale Triple Draft Challenge Tips Hi guys Clash Royale Triple Draft Challenge Tips is a new Draft mode in this game, In Triple Draft, you’ll make eight picks, and build your whole deck, one pick at a time. And you’ll also be able to see what your opponent is choosing from so come and take a look at this Clash Royale Triple Draft Challenge Tips – Best Triple Draft Mode Tips guide

Clash Royale Triple Draft Challenge Tips - Best Triple Draft Mode Tips

Clash Royale Triple Draft Challenge

This is a new style of drafting where each team comes up with their own decks independently.

For each round of the draft, you will select one card out of three cards. After 8 rounds, you will have the full deck to play.

You no longer draft for your opponent, but you will be able to see what they have picked to formulate your strategy.

The legacy Draft mode where each team pick 4 and give 4 to the opponent is not going away.

Top 5 Clash Royale Triple Draft Challenge Tips

1.) Pick a win condition: Easy. Pick one of these cards if you get the chance: Giant, Hog, 3M, RG, Ebarbs, Lava Hound, Golem, Graveyard, Goblin Barrel, Balloon

2.) Pick cards that counter one another: Easy again. If you have the choice between Minion Horde or Arrows, then pick the Arrows. Princess or The Log? Pick The Log

3.) Pick at least one medium/high damage spell: We all know those times when we don’t have a win condition. This is where it would be helpful to have one of these spells to help you spell-cycle your way to victory. The 4 spells are: Rocket, Fireball, Poison, and Lightning. When I’m in the draft, I almost always pick Rocket in case I don’t get a win condition. When the game is a stalemate, I can have an advantage over my opponent because I have an easy way to damage my opponent’s tower, while my opponent may not have one.

4.) Look for air defense and anti-tanks – Hound decks can be unstoppable if you have no air defense. A Golem or Pekka can be pretty hard to stop too if you don’t have a good counter. If you have a choice I always go for the counters rather than the offensive cards, because I think it is an easier way to play an unfamiliar deck.

5.) The unique strength of Zap – You never know what they might have in terms of swarms, Sparky, and ID. Zap is very often the more versatile choice compared to almost any other option it will be paired with.

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