Today I’m sharing a new version of the most disgusting deck in the game! Just when you thought we had passed the lavaclone meta we’re starting to see this deck win Grand Challenges. When using a clone deck you should wait until your opponents counters are out of cycle, poison and tornado are hard counters, so bait these out if possible. I would focus on defence then you can counter push with your surviving units. With clone decks you only need one huge push to over whelm the opponent and win this match. When using the clone try to clone as many units as possible and always clone the lava before she pops!
Hound is your tank, in single elixir you won’t play her much in single elixir unless you get a good counter push opportunity or you know you have an elixir advantage. In double elixir you can start you build up pushes by placing her behind your princess towers.
Let’s be honest, witch is so strong that this doesn’t really take much explaining. However she is best used defensively to snipe the opponents support cards while her skeletons deal with their tank. If she has enough HP then counter push with her. She’s also a great counter to siege decks and can also tank down a Pekka.
Fireball is an annoying card for you opponent if they don’t have fireball. With his deck you have an element of spell bait and the flying machine is a great card to use to try to bait out fireballs or even lightening which can be a headache when using this deck.
In single elixir wait for your opponent to make the first play, even if you have to wait until you’re approaching double elixir! Try to work out what spells your opponent is using before going too aggressive.
Double elixir is the time you need to focus on trying to build that all out push which will end the match instantly. Night witch is a good unit to use in the back to allow her more time to spawn bats, you can then play hound as she approaches the bridge. Sometimes it’s good to take some tower damage or even tower trade in order to add more elixir to your push! Check out the video to see Divided By Zero using this deck!