Prince Battle Ram Bandit Deck For Grand Challenge Hey guys Prince Battle Ram Bandit Deck or Prince Battle Ram Bandit Bridge Spam Deck for Grand Challenge Today, I will be showing you guys an extremely powerful and Most Famous Deck right now in Grand Challenge This Prince Battle Ram BandiIs very Good For Grand Challenges and Arena 11+ I easily got 12 wins with this Prince Battle Ram Bandit Bridge Spam Deck and I am having success with this in tournaments as well so come and take a look at this Prince Battle Ram Bandit Bridge Spam Deck Guide
Battle Ram: The Battle Ram is your primary win condition in this deck. In my opinion this is a highly underrated card and thrives when put in the lane opposite of where your opponent is starting a push
A tourney standard ram can nearly take out a tower on its own if left alone and you would be surprised how often this actually happens. It is still a good card to use as a tank for Surviving Troops On Counter Push
Bandit: The Bandit has quickly become one of the stronger cards in Clash Royale If you don’t believe me just use the Bandit and learn for yourself. In this deck, the Bandit offers incredible versatility.
The Bandit can be placed behind a Battle Ram or paired with a Prince + Ice Golem for a surprisingly strong push. She can also be used on defence to clean up medium health units.
She is now much more viable against enemies and efficient at chip damage.
Prince‘s main job in this deck is to protect and push with Ice Golem and Battle Ram.
I usually drop the Prince down 4-5 tiles behind the Ice Golem or Battle Ram so he can push to Ice Golem or Battle Ram to the enemy Tower in just a few seconds.
Not much thing to say about him. Great card overall! It’s extremely funny to see Prince pushing the Ice golem and making Huge counter Push. Don’t replace Prince with Dark Prince sine this deck has a lack of defensive DPS.
Ice Golem. Mini tank/defensive meat shield.The Ice Golem has a very basic purpose.
He is to guard your cards whether it be defensively or offensively that being said he is and incredibly valuable card and shouldnt be replaced.
Musketeer – This card only left my deck ONCE since Global Launch (and that was recently). However, it has returned because it always the potential for great value. I
ts range, tankiness and damage are hard to find in almost any other unit for the price. Plus, it allows me to get away more often than not with the Prince first play. I like to play Musketeer in the center tile with the lane of the Battle Ram and Prince to support the opposite tower.
Fireball: It, for 4 elixir, can stop entire pushes, along with Snowball (a 6 elixir combo), can kill Three Musketeers (tournament level), and is a more expensive alternative to stopping swarm cards!
But keep in mind, you only having two spells mean spell bait decks have an advantage on you.
Minions The MVP in Prince Battle Ram Bandit Bridge Spam Deck Because of their ability to survive a Zap (and log) it’s one of the best cheap cards to put behind Ice Golem for chip damage and they can’t be ignored.
It’s not very hard to take out Minions on their own, but with an Ice Golem or Battle ram tanking it’s a different story, especially since you are likely ahead in Elixir and with a couple spells at your fingertips
Snowball: Self Explanatory
Prince Battle Ram Bandit Deck Gameplan:
You will want to slowly chip down your opponent’s tower with the battle ram and bandit mostly, and sometimes with a Prince. Constantly pressure your opponent to ensure that they are always spending elixir and that they have to leave a push unsupported
if they are building up a big push with a tank in the back, so that you can counter the push for a positive elixir trade. Defend pushes head-on if need be, but always try to split their push and counter the individual parts for positive elixir trades.