Legendary Card: Graveyard
Although playing tactically is crucial in the game, we can’t help but admit the importance of offensive cards. Another addition to the many brutal cards is the Graveyard. Readily available when Spell Valley (Arena 5) is reached, the Graveyard is one card that is worth watching out. It is a Legendary card so players have to save up gold if this card is included on their wishlists. Though gems is also another option for those who don’t mind spending their real cash on the game.
The Mechanics of the Graveyard
There are only three units that can attack freely in any part of the map. These are namely the Goblin Barrel, Miner, and of course the Graveyard. With that being said, there is an element of surprise on to this. Be sure not to ignore this card as it could do massive damage upon. The Graveyard is laid down on a radius similar to the Rage Spell. In the circle, loads of skeletons will pop-out randomly. It is best to deploy the Graveyard away from the King Tower’s reach in order to avoid activating it.
Attacking using the Graveyard is best conducted with distractions. A massive offensive push is a great time to deploy this. That way, the push can be defended as his or her elixir would be spent on defending from the Graveyard. Another awesome move is to place a slow tank. With that, the opponent will be busy on the tank. After that, it would be the right time to deploy the Graveyard on the crown tower.
The power of the Graveyard is truly evil. Despite not having a tank, it could still deal at least 1,000 damage to the crown tower even with the Ice Wizard on guard. Due to the random sprouts, the Ice Wizard cannot deal with the hasty ambush. Another marvelous combo is to pair the Graveyard up with the Miner. Since the two can spawn anywhere in the map, they cause catastrophic damage upon.
The weak health points of the skeletons are a big concern back then. A skeleton army would struggle in pushing through tough enemy defenses. Now that there is another area unit card, it is definitely a great alternative for the skeleton army. The random spawning of skeletons also helps in gaining a strong offense. With this, the zap is rendered less of a necessity compared to the earlier gaming experience. Although the Zap can still be utilized, the waiting period for all skeletons to spawn is a pain. Valuable damage will be taken by the crown towers if this spell is the only hope.
However, it is not only pure advantageous to have the Graveyard on the deck. Loads of cards can counter attack such Legendary of a piece. The Valkyrie is one of the best defenses against the skeleton army. Although there is no guarantee of a flawless defense against it. Due to the random spawning, the Valkyrie can only take down units on her side from time to time. With the wide radius of the Graveyard, there is no stopping it.
It would be poor to use single target units against the Graveyard. That is what players have to consider when facing such. The lesson behind this card is to always bring with you a splash damage card. With all of the fantastic cards available in the game, there is no way to pin point which cards would your opponent be using. One or two splash damage units will do the trick. To be safe, the Giant Skeleton is a great option to bring. With the massive explosion it leaves when kill, mostly any offensive card in the game will perish.
THE VERDICT: The Graveyard is one card that has to be tried out. Not only because it’s fun to use but also the benefits of having it are quite high. There are a lot of players that fear such a card. So with the constant gaming and gold keeping, you will find this card in due time. The Graveyard is purely a table turner. Use it wisely and you will be able to find glory in your gaming.
Patience is what players need to have in playing with such a card. The Graveyard is definitely worth keeping!