Today SuultanN is on my channel sharing this pekka bridge spam deck that has been incredibly strong for the last few months. SuultanN is well known in the community for teaching some of the best pro players out there so if you want want to listen to my talk in the video, stick me on mute and focus on his game play and his decision making throughout the matches. SuultanN plays this deck very aggressively, he likes to pair the battle ram and royal ghost together of the opponent has swarm units in their deck. Against lava loon it’s important to keep pressuring your opponent and force them to use their units defensively rather than saving them for offence. Offence is the best defence when using this deck, use your spells to support your troops when possible and always poison the xbow.
Royal Ghost has a great and unique mechanic which can make it difficult for you opponent to stop him connecting to their tower. He’s a good support unit to use at the bridge alongside your battle ram or bandit especially if you know your opponent has swarm units in cycle.
This girl is your tank killer, from watching the replays SuultanN doesn’t play the pekka offensively at all. He will play her to counter units like xbow, royal Giant, golem and giant. If she has enough health left you can counter push behind her and use her as a meat sheild for your troops or you can pressure opposite lane if that’s the tower with the least health.
Electro wizard will primarily be used defensively to help slow down units and also reset charging units like prince, battle ram and it’s also great against inferno dragon. His enter the arena ability almost gives you a third spell in this deck, use him against minions and even balloon too.
Early game wait around 10 seconds to see if the opponent makes the first move, if they don’t you can start out with a royal ghost behind your tower or even a bandit at the bridge. It’s important to see what units your opponent uses to help defend their towers, then later game you can use the correct troops to support your pushes or apply pressure when their counters are out of cycle. Against heavier decks you’ll want to play very aggressive and go into double elixir with a tower damage lead.
In double elixir don’t be afraid to keep switching lanes if it’s means you opponent can’t fully support their push. Always try to have at least three elixir to hand so you can either use your spells if required or you can immediately pressure at the bridge. Goodluck with this deck check out the video to see some high level ladder game play!