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Clash Royale: Arrows vs. Fireball

Clash Royale gives you the Arrows and Fireball cards right off the bat. When I first started, I used the Arrows card a lot. It was 1 mana cheaper than the Fireball and had a larger area effect. I used it to clear out creeps. But as I gotten better in the game, I found that the Fireball card is more versatile. It was not only clear out creeps, but was able to damage buildings. In fact, many times I was able to win a draw match by throwing a fireball on a damaged building.

The Fireball card has a smaller area effect, so you have to be more skilled at using it. But I have found that with some skill, you can wipe out an entire group of creep, much like the arrow card.

So far, the Fireball card has done more damage, protected more, and turn the tide more often in my decks. Now, I see less and less use for the Arrows card. For me, having both cards in the deck didn't make much sense right off the bat.

Fido
Thu, 10 Mar 2016 02:47:46 +0300

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