Clash Royale for Dummies

Are you a Clash Royale Noob? Simply answer the questions to test your knowledge!
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Last updated: June 17, 2022
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1. What is the primary Crown Tower in Clash Royale?
Princess Tower
Bomb Tower
King Tower
Prince Tower
2. What are the two secondary Crown Towers in Clash Royale?
Bomb Towers
Princess Towers
Prince Towers
King Towers
3. What is the highest Damage-Dealing card in Training Camp?
Mini P.E.K.K.A
Mega P.E.K.K.A
Dealing a whopping 955 Damage at Level 14!
4. Who made the game Clash Royale?
Crazy Labs
Master Inc.
Fun Fact: The game was globally released on 2nd of March, 2016!
5. What is Elixir?
An in-game currency you spend in the Shop.
A spell that boosts your Troops' Damage.
Items that you collect in Challenges which give you rewards.
A resource you generate mid-game to deploy Cards.
You can increase your Elixir Rate with the Elixir Collector!
6. Logic - Why should you not use Spells on the enemy's main Crown Tower?
Their Elixir Rate is doubled.
The opponent can Mirror your Spells back.
Their Crown Towers increase Damage.
The main Crown Tower gets activated.
Hint: Use Spells on enemy Troops if needed.
7. Logic - Which of these is More Expensive?
Giant = 5 Elixir Golem = 8 Elixir
8. Strategy - The opponent has placed the Skeleton Army to attack your Crown Tower. You have these 4 cards in your current cycle, which one do you place down?
Elite Barbarians
Wizard does Splash Damage.
9. Strategy - The opponent places down Minion Horde, which Spell would you use?
Hint: Arrows are 1 Elixir cheaper and still get the job done!
10. What are Buildings?
The Crown Towers that you defend for the game.
A type of stationary card that you place down.
A type of card that only defend from the Bridge.
(All of the Above)
11. How does a Match end?
When a player has one or more enemy Crown Towers destroyed.
When the Tiebreaker destroys a Crown Tower.
When the main Crown Tower is destroyed.
(All of the Above)
12. How long is a typical Match? (Excluding Sudden Death)
3 Minutes
5 Minutes
2 Minutes, 30 Seconds
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