Prince is a very special unit Clash Royale. Don’t let the little pony fool you. Once the Prince gets a running start, you WILL be trampled.
|Hit Speed||Speed||Deploy Time||Range||Target||Cost||Count||Rarity|
|1.5 sec||Medium||1 sec||2.5||Ground||5||1||Epic|
- This card is unlockable from the Training Camp (Tutorial).
- The Prince has a special ability: as he continues to run, he will gain increasing speed. Upon hitting a troop or building he will deal 2x damage while immediately losing the speed bonus. However, he can regain it if he starts to move again.
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Prince Pros And Cons
- Can be unlocked from Training Camp
- Once he starts moving, he can charge himself toward and deal x2 damage on the first thing he encounter. He can instantly kill many kinds of troops or even low HP buildings like Cannon.
- Has relatively high damage and decent HP
- When paired with proper troops (Dark Prince, Giant, Witch), he can be very tough to deal with. That’s why he is considered to be “OP” in lower Arenas.
- Can be easily distracted, even by Skeletons. Thus he is very vulnerable against swarms troops.
- Air units can also counter him with no struggling.
- His charge attack can be canceled by a single Zap spell. Keep in mind that Zap is very popular now.
- Quite useless in higher Arenas.
Prince is a pretty unique troop, thus he can only fit in some certain decks.
The P.E.K.K.A Double Prince deck (PPP) used to be one of the most overpowered combo in Clash Royale until some recent patch due to its really huge damage output and how durable the combo is. The alone Double Prince deck is also a solid choice for many players.
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