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Champion Strike Cheats: Tips & Guide to Defeat All Opponents and Win Games

In today’s article we are going to cover all of the Champion Strike tips and cheats to help you battle all opponents and win in all of the fights that you’re engaged in.

Now there are quite a few things that you need to keep track of, from the cards that you own, to the enemy HP bars (of both the towers and the heroes) so I am going to tell you exactly what you need to do in order to win, with some of the very early card compositions even!

So, are you ready to learn how you can defeat all of the opponents in Champion Strike? Then let’s dive right into the Champion Strike tips and tricks right here below!

Master the basics of the game

There are quite a few basic stuff of the game, which you should remember at all times, because they are going to help you win the games much easily. It’s good to remember them, because once I mention them here you will have a clear list of stuff that you need to remember.

It’s important, because some of the enemies that you face, who are also real people from all around the world, might not know them, so you can have an advantage over them by simply knowing them. Here they are:

– There are maximum 8 cards that you can have in a deck, and they will rotate once you use them. So it’s 8 cards + 1 champion hero.

– Each of the cards will have a certain Mana consumption, and once you fill your deck, you will have an average Mana consumption for the whole deck. Try to make this as low as possible, with cards that are as good as possible too.

– You will get (or lose) grade points for every game, and every 400 points you will be graded up (or let’s say up-graded).

– You will earn 1 point by destroying a tower (up to a total of 2), and you will also gain 1 point for every champion takedown.

– If at the end of the battle you have more points, you will win the battle, unless you take down both enemy towers (in which case the points don’t matter anymore).

– When you are fighting, you have control over your champion by default, unless you tap and select the hero card that you want to control, then tap on the champion again to control the champion.

– If you do not control the heroes that you place down, and only put them down, they will start moving towards the closest enemy tower and attack anything that they encounter on the way, unless their cards say otherwise.

– If your champion has been taken down, it will respawn in 20 seconds. If your tower has been taken down, it will not respawn.

– If a battle doesn’t end within the shown time, it will cont the winner by the amount of points the players have.

– If players have equal points when the timer ends, the game will go into overtime mode, where a “Sudden Death” mode is activated, and the player who loses either his champion or his tower first will lose.

Make sure you remember these simple and easy tips, because they might be very helpful to you winning more games. If you want to take a game to the Sudden Death mode for example, it’s good to make sure that you equal the points scores!

Read the cards’ description and learn what they do

Whenever you get a new card, make sure that you check out its description, because there it says the area damage, the type of card, and the amount of damage it deals to various opponents, such as towers or enemy champions.

So it’s super important to know which cards are more worth it for their Mana cost, and make sure you select the cards which have the best Mana per damage ratio, because otherwise you might end up wasting all your mana for a card which is not super good – which is not ideal, trust me!

I suggest that you check out all the cards as soon as you get them and try to tap on the small blue icon with a magnifier lens after tapping on the card to read the card’s detailed explanation.

A little tip: if you are unsure about some of the cards that you collected, you can head on to the Deck menu -> Compare (button under the Battle Deck) -> tap on “Select Card” and compare the cards’ stats, by selecting the cards you want to compare from the list below.

Keep your hero alive

It’s good to have your heroes alive, because that way you deny points from the enemy players. You can move your hero freely on the battlefield by tapping on the hero icon (during battle) in the bottom right corner of the screen, and tapping on the tile where you want your hero to move.

Since your hero has a lot of damage input, try to deal damage with them and then kite out by moving backwards towards your towers, to lure the enemies into the tower range attacks.

Either way, just try to keep your hero alive because even if your troops die, as long as your hero is alive, your enemy will have difficulty getting more points over you. Also, try to target the enemy hero if you can, because that way you can win by points advantage.

A little tip: if your champion is attacked and is running low on HP, try placing them right behind your tower, so it will be more difficult for the opponent to target the hero without taking damage from your turrets.

Stall the battles

If you want to take the battle into overtime, and then unleash your full power, then make sure that before the timer ends you have the same points as your opponent. On the other hand, if you are a point ahead of your enemy, it might be better to just stall on the games.

You can do this by simply waiting it out and paying attention to where and when the enemy is placing down troops. Just try to intercept them and take them down, without attacking or losing.

It’s good to wait when you have an extra score point over your enemy, because that way you are not risking anything and you are just basically going on the defensive.

Focus on the towers

If you have some strong heroes, then it’s good to focus on deploying more at once and focusing them all (together with your champion) on the enemy towers.

Once you take down both of the enemy towers, no matter what the points are at that point in the game, you will win. So this should be your main objective, but sometimes it happens that the opponent has some powerful troops, so when that happens check what we mentioned in our previous point, “Stall the battles”.

Sometimes waiting is good

If you have some powerful troops that you want to deploy, then that is going to cost quite a bit of Mana. Make sure that when you are saving mana, it’s worth it, because depending on the cards that you got, it might really turn the battles in your favor.

I suggest that you wait and see which cards you get, because sometimes it’s really going to pay off to just wait up your mana to fill up completely, and then deploy two or three powerful troops at once. If the enemy is not prepared, it’s better to do it this way because they might not be able to intercept your troops at all!

Strike when they least expect it

This is a slightly more advanced battle tip, but if you are confident in your troops, you can try it out!

When the enemy is sending a troop to attack you, you can try sending your own at the same time, but on the opposite side. You can just have your hero in your base to defend, while your powerful heroes are going into the enemy territory and chipping at the enemy turrets.

This could work if you have better and more upgraded cards than your opponent, but you need to pay close attention to your base too so that you can deploy an extra set of soldiers there to defend in case it’s necessary!

Complete in game achievements to claim Rubies

If you want to open more card chests and get better rewards, then I really suggest that you check out the game’s Achievements menu, which you can find in the main interface.

While in the “Battle” tab, check out on the right side of the screen the “Achievements” menu, where you can read all the requests that you can perform in order to claim Rubies. Once you have completed a certain number of Achievements, you can then claim two Elite cards, so it’s definitely worth giving it a try! (even if won’t be done over night)

Upgrade your cards

You should always try to make your cards more powerful by upgrading them. In order to upgrade a card, you will need to collect multiple copies of that card, and then use some Gold to make the upgrade.

To upgrade it, tap on the card that has a green arrow next to it, which shows that the card has upgrading available, then tap on the “Info” button. Once you opened the card’s interface, then if you have enough Gold you can tap on the “Upgrade” button which will upgrade the card!

Make sure you upgrade the cards that you use mostly at first, because that way you will not waste any gold on the cards that you do not use.

Grade up and select your preferred Arena

Every 400 points, you will automatically be upgraded to the next grade. There are a total of 7 Grades, and each of them will unlock a new Arena. I suggest that if you want to check out the other arenas, you tap on the fold menu in the top right corner of the game’s main interface.

Once there, select the “Select Arena” menu and you will see the other arenas available! Once you grade up, they will be made available, and all you have to do is select the one you want and tap on “Confirm”.

Check out the Shop for daily deals

While in the main interface, you can select the “Shop” tab in the bottom side of the screen. There, you will see both of the f2p offers and premium offers. Scroll down until you see the “Cards” menu, and there you will see the daily card offers. There are a total of 6 slots, but at start you will only have 2 of them open until you grade up.

These offers are pretty useful, and they will reset every few hours, so make sure you check them out daily because there will be different cards popping up! Buy the ones that you use or the ones that you want to use, because the prices are really worth it!

Open the Score Chest

Once a day, or rather, once every 24 hours you will be able to open a chest by collecting 10 points score from playing. I suggest that you log in every day and play to collect enough points, because this chest is definitely useful!

Check your mail for free rewards!

Right as you start off in the game, I suggest that you open the fold menu in the main interface, top right corner of the screen. There you can see a menu called “Message”, and if you tap on it you can see your in game mails.

Head on there and collect the rewards, because they will come in handy early on by giving you some extra Gold and cards which you can upgrade to make them more powerful!

Scout other battles and learn from them

If you want to learn from the other players, especially the good ones, then I suggest that you check out their decks and the way they play, because you can learn a whole lot of strategies.

To check out the players who have shared their games, head on to the fold menu -> Hot Clips. There you will see the current grade that you are in, but if you tap on the arrow, you can navigate between the different leagues.

I suggest that you go to the Master League, because there you will see all the best players and their decks, as well as game playing style. Check them out and try to be on the lookout for the cards that they use, and maybe copy them!

It’s OK to watch the other, lower league players, but don’t take all the advice from them, because the top players are at the top for a reason!

These would be all of our Champion Strike tips and tricks that we have for you right now! Do you know some more useful game tips and strategies? Share them with us down in the comments section below!



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