In today’s video Sarac is on my channel showing us how he plays this deck above 7k trophies. This is a beat down deck and also a small spell bait deck. This deck also has a high three crown rate which makes it great for helping improve your profile. You can see from the game play how Sarac will punish the opponent when they waste their spell, he will play minion horde to pressure the opponent! Use the sparky to help defend against those heavier units like pekka, golem or giant. Use your troops to try and bait out the zap spell if the opponent has it in their deck. Check out the video to see an insanely close first match!
If the opponent doesn’t have rocket you can start your pushes out with his girl placed behind your king tower, if they have rocket keep her away from your princess towers to avoid giving the opponent good spell value.
Use the giant as a tank to help protect your sparky. You can use him to kite units into the opposite lane if you play him in the centre and close to the river. Against seige decks he will be your main defensive unit, try to play opposite lane against seige.
Minion horde can be used to punish your opponent once you’ve baited out their spell or they don’t have splash units in cycle like the baby dragon, executioner or wizard. Have zap ready to help protect the minion horde if required.
In single elixir you should play conservative and passively due to this been a beat down deck. See what the opponent is playing and don’t go to aggressive. Spear goblins are probably the safest opening play to make, you can also cycle goblin gang or bats but try to avoid wasting your minion horde to early in the game.
You will often have the advantage going into double elixir since this is a beat down deck. Don’t panic if your at a deficit going into double elixir because you can easily pull it back during double elixir. You can keep applying pressure once you know your opponents cycle is messed up or you have a huge elixir lead, play cards Pre-emptively to help protect the sparky, particularly against EDrag or ewiz.