Clash Royale

A Guide to Play Cards and Arenas in the Clash Royale Game

I found out about this game from my brother, Adam. It’s a lot of fun. Here are the guides to the different arenas in the game.

Arenas in Clash Royale

Arenas are unique battlegrounds which are unlocked as you raise your Trophy count. Each stadium will unlock new Card rewards, except Legendary Arena

Chests can always include Cards from Arenas that you have already passed. Unlocking a brand new Arena adds Cards that are new to the Torso rewards – none are taken out. If you received Chests in a lower stadium, it will just contain Cards from that Arena and under, even if you advance to some higher stadium.

The Goblin Stadium (Arena 1) unlocks the Shop and TV Royale. You receive more Cards through torsos with a greater Arena degree. It is not impossible for the player to be matched with someone in a greater Arena without really being in that Arena and get a chest with that Arena.

The Arena is 32 tiles long at its longest point and 18 tiles wide, and it’s two bridges. In Arena 7, they seem to be 3 tiles wide, although the bridges are always 2 tiles wide.

At the start of the game, the system will “give” you 6 cards for the first conflict at the Training Camp; they are Arrows, Fireball, GiantArchers,, Knight and Bomber

Players can go 50 prizes lower compared to the promotion requirement of exactly the same stadium, without being demoted to the preceding stadium (eg.. You must get to 400 prizes to get promoted to Bone Pit, but as long as you stay above 350 prizes, you will not be demoted back to Goblin Stadium)

The Legendary Arena is the last Arena in the game, being unlocked at 3000 Decorations.. The Legendary Arena is unique in that it uses a new type of Trophy.

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