Season 35 of Clash Royale has begun with a new theme, known as Bewitched. This witch-exclusive season focuses on the three Witches in the Clash Royale world, by allowing players to use a max level cap for all Witches. Speaking about the Witch in specific, she is a stunning support troop, when it is used with heavy decks, and comfortably compatible with any kind of deck combination. In this guide, we bring to everyone the top best 5 Witch decks that can be used by the Clash Royale players of any level to help climb the ladder, or even for casual play.
Top 5 Witch Decks in Clash Royale
1. Wicked Witch
Average elixir cost: 4.4
The versatility is endless in this deck, as it can be used in various methods. The Mega Knight or the graveyard could be played as a trump card to surprise opponents towards the end of a game. The Dark Prince is used as a mini tank or a steady aggressive card, and with the support of the Witch, it can do wonders. Zappies can slow down any incoming push, and act as a support to Mega Knight too.
The spells are present to take care of log-bait decks and provide some additional support to the overall stability of the deck. Lastly, the Goblin Hut can chip a lot of damage from the enemy tower, if left unseen. It can also be used to prevent the Tower-targeting cards such as Hog Rider, Giant, etc. from damaging the crown towers.
2. Golem Double Witch Beatdown
Average elixir cost: 4.0
Known as the Golem Double Witch Beatdown, the above-mentioned deck can be brutal when it comes to x2 Elixir pushes. The main feature of this deck is its defense, as it’s almost impossible to go past this set of troops. The Witch and Night Witch play similar roles, whereas Inferno Dragon takes down heavy tanks and supports the Golem as well. The fire spirit is included for faster deck rotation. The Bandit can sneak up the tower swiftly, with the right placements.
It can also defend against large attacks with the help of the two Witches. The Poison spell is added to destroy any troops in a large amount. This can be used to support the Golem, and also counter graveyards. The Tornado is saved to move troops such as Giant Skeleton away if they have come very close to the tower. This can be used to pull them towards the main tower, or if they are in large amounts, the spell can make them disappear in thin air or let the Witch do its work with the help of its splash damage.
3. Wall Breaker-Miner Cycle
Average elixir cost: 3.5
This deck is called the Wall Breaker-Miner Cycle. The motive of the deck is to cycle the Miner and Wall Breaker as much as possible, in order to apply large damage to the opponent’s crown towers. While all the other cards can be used either offensively or defensively, one should focus more on the two main cards of the deck. Practice more with them and ensure that the placement of cards is accurate. With the right placements and proper synergy in the deck, players can even try it out to climb the leaderboards.
4. EG Double Witch Miner
Average elixir cost: 3.4
EG Double Witch Miner is what it’s called in short. We are aware of how annoying the Elixir Golem can be, despite granting extra Elixir, it can highly damage the crown towers. With two Witches holding its back, the deck can showcase a few minutes of absolute carnage in the Arena. With an average of just 3.4 Elixir, players can easily cycle through the deck and trouble the opponents consistently.
The Fisherman is used to pull troops closer to gain an advantage (depending on the situation). The Elixir Golem acts as the tank of the team. The Mega Minion can hold its towers against air attacks, along with the two Witches. The Miner is used to chip damage from the towers. This is even more effective when the tower is occupied by the Elixir Golem.
Average elixir cost: 4.0
With the increasing use of Graveyards, one must either beat them or join them. Since we are moving towards the latter approach, this deck is quite commonly used, but with minor modifications. The Giant-Graveyard combo has been working extremely well for some seasons. Here, the Giant acts as the tank. The Witch holds the back, while also being helpful during Balloon/Lavahound attacks.
The Ice Golem is used to distract the troops from one side to another. It can also be used against Graveyards and a swarm of enemies! Minions to cover the Giant from the Inferno tower if it is present. Since it’s just a 4 Elixir deck, players can choose to replace the Elixir Collector with any other card, such as the Wizard, Electro Wizard, Night Witch, Furnace, etc.
The Witch has been used by a large number this season, and it rightly deserves the spot for the versatility it adds to a team. She is able to give tremendous support to tanks that help make up for a massive push. Although a card like Mega Knight could counter it, players can avoid such cases by placing the Witch behind the tank in a fairly distant area. This way, the opponent would rather have to deal with the tank first, after which players will have enough Elixir to take down the Mega Knight if it comes in the way.
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