How to Beat 17-30 Cookie Run Kingdom

If you just can’t figure out how to beat level 17-30 in Cookie Run Kingdom, you’ve come to the right place. And you’re not the only one to have trouble with this stage; the boss, Ruler of the Golden City, is really powerful and tricky to beat. The key is to have a good team, armed with powerful toppings. In this guide, we are going to give you tips on how to do this. Let’s get into it, shall we?

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How to Beat 17-30 Cookie Run Kingdom

How to Beat 17-30 Cookie Run Kingdom

To beat level 17-30 in Cookie Run Kingdom, you have to have the right team setup. Ideally, you want to have Hollyberry at the front, Rockstar and Captain Caviar in the middle, and Black Pearl and Snapdragon bringing up the rear. There are a lot of other options that you can substitute in, like Pitaya, Dark Cacao, Cotton, Pure Vanilla, Parfait, Cream Puff, Tarte Tatin, Espresso, Crimson Coral, and so on. Just be sure to have the same role setup: Defense in the front, a support, a healer, and two DPS, basically. As far as Toppings go, I’d advise full Solid Almond on the defender, full Searing Raspberry on the DPSs, and full Swift Chocolate on the support and healer. And all Cookies should be at least level 75, ideally.

That is the bedrock that you need to beat level 17-30 in Cookie Run Kingdom. Everything else is a matter of careful ability deployment and a little bit of luck. You first have to handle a few dogs and snakes; feel free to unleash on them. Your abilities should finish their cooldowns by the time you get to the Ruler of the Golden City. From there, just keep hitting the boss with everything you’ve got, heal when you can, and so on. That should be enough to destroy the Ruler. You might need a few goes to really tighten up your strategy, but you’ll get it soon enough. Before I forget: the Toppings you put on your warriors should be level 12, level 9 at the very least. The Ruler of the Golden City is no joke.

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