Hi there! It’s Krux here and I’m back again with warm sunny days and a new deck guide. Graveyard fun is something that only graveyard players know. The Lava Hound season is going to end soon. If you are looking to learn another before the season changes, the Graveyard Ice Wizard is here!
Graveyard Ice Wizard Deck
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- Barbarians: Our answer to tanks like Mega knight and Pekka
- Graveyard: The tower crumbler and the win condition
- Ice Wizard: Our support troop, also makes up for a spell card
- Knight: Knight is the mini tank and the leader for our pushes
- Musketeer: Major anti-air defense card and support for the attacks
- Poison: Paired with Graveyard to make way for our tiny skeletons
- Princess: The 3-elixir card to place at the bridge to annoy and support
- Log: Smash those goblins!
The Graveyard Ice Wizard deck with an average elixir cost of 3.6 is a fast cycle deck to dominate ladder. It has a good attack and a godly defense. The free-to-play score is not so good for the Graveyard Ice Wizard deck as it has 4 legendries. But these are common legendaries, so it’s not a pay-to-win deck.
Opening: We have a Graveyard deck in hand and we will wait for our opponent to make the first move. We won’t put our Graveyard in the first minute of the game. If the time is slow, we will start with the Princess at the bridge. It will tell us what counters the opponent has.
We will never bridge spam anything in this Graveyard Ice Wizard deck. Never start with graveyard on the towers. We can start with the Knight at the back. After the Knight, we will see the enemy’s defence and react accordingly. We can use our Ice Wizard as support behind. Or we can place the Musketeer if the enemy uses a air card. Don’t use Poison, though can use Log if the opponent uses a swarm. After these steps, keep Graveyard handy. Once the enemy’s defence is breached and our Knight and Musketeer are alive, place the Graveyard on the tower. Also be ready to poison the towerto get rid of swarms and defense that the opponent uses. Don’t overcommit—if the Knight and Musketeer dies, don’t use Graveyard, it will be wasted.
Mid-game: Either our first attack has damaged the enemy tower somewhat or we have defended and still cycling troops. We will still try with the same strategy till we are into the double elixir. When we are into the double elixir, we will place the Knight at the back. When he just ahead of the Princess tower, we will put a Musketeer behind it. Or vice versa, Ice Wizard at the back first and then Knight ahead of it. If the enemy places a tank (MK or Golem), we will use our Barbarians to kill it. They should lock on the tank, use Log if the enemy uses something to divert the Barbarians. Be careful of a Fireball and ready to use other defenses except the Poison. Successfully defending, we will push with Graveyard on their tower and Poison spell on our hands. Again, only if we have our support cards alive.
Endgame: After successfully defending, it’s time to push on their tower with our army again. In essence, the core idea behind this Graveyard Ice Wizard deck is to set-up our pushes which divert the Princess towers of the enemy onto Knights and we use graveyard to take the crown. A successful attack with this combination should get us a smile on our face. And a crown in the game.
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