Clash Royale Updating Card Tier List 11/08

A Clash Royale Tier List is a “list” that ranks all the cards in Clash Royale, starting at A and ending in D. Today, I have the second of the the C4D Clash Royale UPDATING Tier Lists, which will be updated every time a new card comes out or a new balance changes is updated. Here’s what al the ranks mean:

A Tier: These are the cards that define the meta. They are the top used cards and can be put in any deck or have a deck made around them.

B Tier: These are some of the best support cards in Clash Royale. Well rounded cards that can be put in almost every deck which some degree of success.

C Tier: These cards are mediocre at best. They can be used well in some decks and in some niche situations, but generally they have big flaws that make them unpopular within the game.

D Tier: These cards are the worst of the worst in Clash Royale. Basically never used and will not be of value in any decks. There are much better alternatives to these cards which leads them to rarely be used.

F Tier: Never used in any deck. So underused that you won’t have seen them played at all in recent memory. They usually are outclassed by cheap and more powerful cards.

Clash Royale Updating Card Tier List November 2016

The two cards that didn’t make the list, therefore making them “F” are the giant skeleton and the tesla.

Check out last tier list and see how all the cards have changed:

Thanks for reading and check out the November 2016 Clash Royale tier list! Check back soon for more Clash Royale content and see how cards are changing in popularity and use. Once again, thanks a ton for reading!

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5 thoughts on “Clash Royale Updating Card Tier List 11/08

  1. This is suprising. I never thought lightning is A+, princess is just B, x bow is B+, spear goblins were D+. Ice golem is C+ dark prince and guards were just C.


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