This deck was set as a challenge by myself for the impossible challenge series that I host on my channel. This deck isn’t an easy deck to use, it’s more for fun but if you can master a deck like this then you’ll definitely improve your game play by understanding micro and macro card interactions. Placement is definitely something you should focus you attention on improving to help you make positive elixir trades. paIN WEn succeeded and got 12 wins with this deck. He said that the most basic things you need to know when playing this deck are spamming as many lumberjacks as possible, applying pressure when they spend a lot of elixir and knowing what ground counters your opponent has in their cycle. You also have to play incredibly patiently and take the right opportunity when your opponent makes a mistake or you know thsey don’t have a good counter in rotation. The two spells here are import to help you chip away at their towers throughout the match, make sure you get good value when you play these two cards. The zap can also be used to retarget a unit if you need you and it’s also great at protecting your lumberjack from swarm units.
Lumberjack is the win condition in this cycle deck, he can offer a lot of value if you support him. He can also be used as a bridge spam unit because of his speed. His rage effect is great for your support units so playing aggressive and supporting the lumberjack is almost guaranteed to get you get chip damage.
Ice golem should primarily be used as a defensive unit, he can kite units and tank their damage while your towers and troops take down their offensive push. If he has enough HP to counter push with then play the lumberjack behind him to pressure the opponen, you can also support this push with other units you have in cycle if you know you have an elixir advantage.
One elixir skeletons are another great defensive unit and should be used to surround splash damage units for a positive elixir trade. They are also a cycle card you’ll play inorder to get back to the lumberjack quickly.
Early game you should identify what deck your opponent is playing and what counters they have in their hand to your ground units. WEN likes to play aggressively during the opening moments, apply pressure early can catch your opponent off guard and without a counter in cycle. You should still support the lumberjack with other units just don’t go all out and leave your self with no elixir.
Later game you’ll be able to stack up more units on defence and have larger counter pushes. Don’t cycle your cards behind your towers, this is an aggressive deck and it only costs 4-5 elixir to cycle to a card you need. Good luck if you choose to try this deck! Follow my Twitter @CWA to see when I’m hosting the next impossible challenge.