Clash Royale Deck Arena 4, 5, 6
Congratulation on making it to the mid level Arena. You’ve been trying hard, haven’t you. If you’ve been wondering about the best kind of Clash Royale Deck Arena 4-6 then look no further. We’re here to discuss about what kind of deck you should make to ensure successful battles.
Getting to Arena 4 takes time so we will assume that you have collected most of the Rare and Epic cards available in Arena 3 and below.
Clash Royale Deck Arena 4-6 ( P.E.K.K.A’s Playhouse )
One example of a good deck to have in Arena 4 is something like this: Giant, Hog Rider, Baby Dragon, Spear Goblin, Arrows, Barbarians, Bomber, and Tesla. The average Elixir cost is only 3.8 which is a good low number.
Wait until you get 10 Elixir then put the Giant far back behind your Tower or place the Tesla on your map center. If you go with the Giant see what your opponent is using then see if it’s better to push on or stay back on defense.
If you decide to move forward here are some excellent attack combo that you should try.
Hog Rider + Arrow
Get the Hog Rider out first. When your opponent is sending more troops to counter just shoot Arrows at them along with the Arena Tower. Using Arrow is a cost effective way to damage multiple troops at once.
Barbarians + Hog Rider
Deploy the Barbarians first followed by the Hog Rider. Let the Barbarians act as diversion as the Hog Rider makes its way to the Tower. If you happen to have Arrows ready use that to sweeten things up. It’s kind of risky because you’ll be using up all your Elixirs. You should make the judgement based on whether your opponent is trying to block the Hog Rider or ignore him.
Dragon + Bomber
Both Dragon and Bomber deal area damage so they make nice combo. Together they can take a large number of troops who are too busy trying to stop your Giant.
This deck has everything you need to counter various attack strategies. If your opponent is sending Skeleton Army or Barbarians place your Bomber behind the Arena Tower to help getting rid of them.
If they send in a tank like a Giant or Giant Skeleton just block them using Barbarians and Spear Goblins.
Tesla is also great for defense. It remains underground when no attacking troops are nearby so it’s harder to counter using spell cards. Be sure to place it on the center of your map right in front of the Crown’s Tower. Whenever you’re on defense and the Elixir bar is full always put a Tesla on the center.
Clash Royale Deck Arena 4-6 ( Spell Valley )
Legendary cards becomes available when you’re in Arena 5. This is why staying in this Arena as long as you can especially important. Do your best to win battles in this Arena. Here is an example deck that you can use : Giant, Musketeer, Barbarian Hut, Goblin Hut, Bomber, Tesla, Barbarians, and Arrows.
As always put your Giant way back to let you build up more Elixirs as he goes to the front line. To continue with the attack you may use these combos :
Barbarian Hut + Musketeer
Barbarian Hut costs 7 Elixirs so you should wait until your Elixir bar is full before you deploy it. Let two or three pairs of Barbarians out before you deploy the Musketeer. The Barbarians distract your opponent’s counter and the Musketeer packs enough punch to finish them off.
Goblin Hut + Bomber
Place the Goblin Hut on the same side as the Giant. They will keep piling up ready to take land and air troops while the Giant takes all the damage. Complete the combo with Bomber to finish off swarming troops that your opponent may use to block the Giant’s path.
After attacking switch to defense immediately. Just like the Arena 4 defense strategy, put the Tesla on the center of your map. In short the defense strategies are pretty similar to the ones laid out for the Arena 4
One more thing, a draw is much better than a lost especially when you’ve reached Arena 5. If you are matched with a very strong opponent turn to defense. Focus on countering all the attacks. Pay attention to your Elixir bar and don’t drain it completely empty.
Clash Royale Deck Arena 4-6 ( Builder’s Workshop )
The variety of cards you have when you finally reached Arena 6 allows you to be more creative with you deck setup. However, to win battles on Arena 6 you should put these two cards; Elixir Collector and Mirror.
To start things up here’s an example of the kind of deck which includes those two : Elixir Collector, Mirror, Arrows, Barbarian Hut, Bomber, Giant, Minion Horde, and Spear Goblin.
By now you should have known how to use those cards properly during offense and defense. So let’s skip that and focus on using the Elixir Collector and Mirror to your advantage.
The Mirror card lets you copy the last card you’ve played for only one Elixir. To get the best of it you should use them on the expensive troops. In this case use Mirror on Giant and Minion Horde.
Suppose your opponent is using a Bomb Tower or Mortar as a distraction. Instead of sending just one Giant send two to destroy it much faster.
Elixir Collector boosts your Elixir bar faster and allows you deploy more troops in shorter amount of time. Put this building behind the Arena Tower. Some Clash Royale Deck Arena 4-6 guides suggest putting it on the center of the your map. Forget it. It’s too valuable to be used as distraction.
Abuse the Mirror card whenever you’re one defense. Two Giants blocking your opponent’s troop will give them major headache. Same thing with mirroring the Minion Horde. A dozen of flying units can take down incoming troops in a flash when placed correctly.
Keep that Elixir Collector behind the Arena Towers. You get to deploy more defensive troops this way.
One final tip. As you move to higher Arena be sure to upgrade your Common cards as high as possible. Take advantage of the Clan request and the Shop to speed up the upgrade. High level Commons in your deck ensure more victories compared to low level Epics and Rares.
Okay, that concludes our short guide on Clash Royale Deck Arena 4-6. As always mix and match your own troops. The examples shown here are just that, examples. Everyone has their own pace and battle preferences. As long as you’re having fun with it then it’s all okay.