How to Beat Royal Challenge CoC

If you want to know how to beat the COC Royal Challenge that’s currently live in the game, we’ve got your back. It’s not too difficult of a mission; it’s real purpose is to show off the new scenery. However, there is a strategy that you can use to clear the board pretty efficiently. So, let’s find out how to beat that Royal Challenge in Clash of Clans.

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How to Beat Royal Challenge CoC

How to Beat Royal Challenge in Clash of Clans

To beat the Royal Challenge in CoC or Clash Of Clans, there are several strategies that you can employ. We’re gonna walk you through one possible approach that should work really well. The whole process begins by going to the west (aka left) corner of the map, and placing one of the three PEKKA tanks there, along with the Archer Queen and a healer. Let them clear out the enemies on that side. Next, move over to the top corner of the map and place the remaining two PEKKAs up there to mop up the other side.

With that out of the way, move to the town hall zone between these two points and lay out your eighteen miners in a line, evenly spread. Now, drop your two healers behind the miners, cast the Clone spell on the healers and, while it’s still in effect, drop the balloon in the spell’s area. The next step to beat the CoC or Clash of Clans Royal Challenge is to cast the Rage spell on the middle of the three Inferno towers near the town hall. Then, drop five Hog Riders on the northern and eastern corners of the base.

The final step of the strategy is to place the final Rage spell between the two bomb towers in the lower section of the enemy base, so that it covers at least one of the Inferno towers and the ballistas. From there, you can just kinda sit back and let your troops do their things. Huge ups to Judo Sloth Gaming for discovering this strategy.

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