10 Best Grand Challenge Decks

Grand Challenge is one of the best ways to earn more prizes by taking some risk. There are usually good players here. You need to be ready to play against them. You can complete the first preparation by selecting the right deck. Also, you must master the deck you will use later. This will be a very good start for you.

The more you win in the Grand Challenge, the more rewards you will receive. All matches are played according to tournament standards. Therefore, there is no difference in the level of cards like in ladder matches. The only difference is the players’ playing skills. Choose the best decks and prepare for the challenge.

1. Battle Ram with P.E.K.K.A. Deck

This deck has 3.9 average elixir cost. Its defensive potential is great and offensive potential is also great. Please note this deck doesn’t have any drawbacks. This P.E.K.K.A. deck is a very bad choice for free-to-play players. Battle Ram and P.E.K.K.A. are your win conditions. Poison and Zap are your spells so no matter what use them wisely.

This deck has 12 elixir 4-card cycle with Zap, Bandit, Royal Ghost and Battle Ram. You can bait Fireball, Poison and Lightning with Magic Archer. Alternatively, you can bait Fireball, Poison and Lightning with Electro Wizard. So these are your most important cards for baiting your opponent. Try those synergies:

  • Bandit + P.E.K.K.A.
  • Magic Archer + P.E.K.K.A.
  • Bandit + Battle Ram
  • Poison + Battle Ram

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2. Graveyard Deck

This deck has 3.5 average elixir cost. Its defensive potential is great and offensive potential is also good. Please note this deck doesn’t have any anti air high damage unit and attack resetting cards. This Graveyard deck is a very bad choice for free-to-play players. Graveyard is your win condition. Barbarian Barrel, Tornado and Poison are your spells so no matter what use them wisely.

This deck has 11 elixir 4-card cycle with Barbarian Barrel, Knight, Tornado and Ice Wizard. You can bait Fireball, Poison and Lightning with Bomb Tower. Alternatively, you can bait Fireball and Poison with Ice Wizard. So these are your most important cards for baiting your opponent. Try those synergies:

  • Knight + Graveyard
  • Poison + Graveyard
  • Ice Wizard + Tornado
  • Baby Dragon + Tornado

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3. Miner Deck

This deck has 2.9 average elixir cost. Its defensive potential is good and offensive potential is also good. Please note this deck doesn’t have any medium or high damage spell and attack resetting cards. This Miner deck is a good choice for free-to-play players. Miner is your win condition. Arrows is your spell so no matter what use it wisely.

This deck has 8 elixir 4-card cycle with Skeletons, Bats, Wall Breaker and Arrows. You can bait Fireball, Poison and Lightning with Magic Archer. Alternatively, you can bait Giant Snowball, Zap, Tornado, Arrows and Poison with Bats. So these are your most important cards for baiting your opponent. Try those synergies:

  • Bats + Miner
  • Wall Breaker + Miner
  • Magic Archer + Miner

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4. Miner with Lava Hound Deck

This deck has 4.1 average elixir cost. Its defensive potential is great and offensive potential is also excellent. Please note this deck doesn’t have any attack resetting cards. This Lava Hound deck is a very bad choice for free-to-play players. Miner and Lava Hound are your win conditions. Barbarian Barrel and Poison are your spells so no matter what use them wisely.

This deck has 13 elixir 4-card cycle with Barbarian Barrel, Miner, Baby Dragon and Poison. You can bait Fireball, Poison, Rocket and Lightning with Night Witch. Alternatively, you can bait Fireball, Lightning and Rocket with Inferno Dragon. So these are your most important cards for baiting your opponent. Try those synergies:

  • Miner + Lava Hound
  • Inferno Dragon + Lava Hound
  • Baby Dragon + Lava Hound
  • Poison + Miner
  • Night Witch + Miner

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5. Miner with Lava Hound Deck

This deck has 3.9 average elixir cost. Its defensive potential is great and offensive potential is also great. Please note this deck doesn’t have any attack resetting cards. This Lava Hound deck is a very bad choice for free-to-play players. Miner and Lava Hound are your win conditions. Barbarian Barrel and Poison are your spells so no matter what use them wisely.

This deck has 12 elixir 4-card cycle with Barbarian Barrel, Mega Minion, Miner and Bomb Tower. You can bait Fireball, Poison, Lightning and Rocket with Night Witch. Alternatively, you can bait Fireball, Poison and Lightning with Bomb Tower. So these are your most important cards for baiting your opponent. Try those synergies:

  • Mega Minion + Lava Hound
  • Baby Dragon + Lava Hound
  • Miner + Lava Hound
  • Night Witch + Miner
  • Poison + Miner

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6. Miner with Lava Hound Deck

This deck has 4.0 average elixir cost. Its defensive potential is great and offensive potential is excellent. Please note this deck doesn’t have any attack resetting cards. This Lava Hound deck is a very bad choice for free-to-play players. Miner and Lava Hound are your win conditions. Barbarian Barrel and Poison are your spells so no matter what use them wisely.

This deck has 12 elixir 4-card cycle with Barbarian Barrel, Mega Minion, Miner and Baby Dragon. You can bait Fireball, Poison, Lightning and Rocket with Night Witch. Alternatively, you can bait Fireball and Poison with Mega Minion. So these are your most important cards for baiting your opponent. Try those synergies:

  • Mega Minion + Lava Hound
  • Miner + Lava Hound
  • Baby Dragon + Lava Hound
  • Poison + Miner
  • Night Witch + Miner

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7. Giant with Graveyard Deck

This deck has 3.8 average elixir cost. Its defensive potential is good and offensive potential is also great. Please note this deck doesn’t have any attack resetting cards. This Graveyard deck is a very bad choice for free-to-play players. Giant and Graveyard are your win conditions. Barbarian Barrel, Giant Snowball and Poison are your spells so no matter what use them wisely.

This deck has 12 elixir 4-card cycle with Snowball, Barbarian Barrel, Musketeer and Poison. You can bait Fireball, Poison, Rocket and Lightning with Musketeer. Alternatively, you can bait Fireball, Poison, Lightning and Rocket with Night Witch. So these are your most important cards for baiting your opponent. Try those synergies:

  • Musketeer + Giant
  • Graveyard + Giant
  • Poison + Giant
  • Night Witch + Giant
  • Poison + Night Witch

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8. Miner Deck

This deck has 2.8 average elixir cost. Its defensive potential is good and offensive potential is also good. Please note this deck doesn’t have any medium or high damage spell and attack resetting cards. This Miner deck is an average choice for free-to-play players. Miner is your win condition. The Log is your spell so no matter what use it wisely.

This deck has 7 elixir 4-card cycle with Skeletons, Bats, Wall Breaker and The Log. You can bait Fireball, Poison and Lightning with Magic Archer. Alternatively, you can bait Giant Snowball, Zap, Tornado, Arrows and Poison with Bats. So these are your most important cards for baiting your opponent. Try those synergies:

  • Bats + Miner
  • Wall Breaker + Miner
  • Magic Archer + Miner

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9. Elixir Golem Deck

elixir golem

This deck has 3.6 average elixir cost. Its defensive potential is good and offensive potential is also good. Please note this deck doesn’t have any anti air and anti ground high damage units. This Elixir Golem deck is a very bad choice for free-to-play players. Elixir Golem is your win condition. Barbarian Barrel, Tornado and Poison are your spells so no matter what use them wisely.

This deck has 12 elixir 4-card cycle with Barbarian Barrel, Elixir Golem, Tornado and Battle Healer. You can bait Fireball, Poison and Lightning with Magic Archer. Alternatively, you can bait Fireball, Poison, Lightning and Rocket with Night Witch. So these are your most important cards for baiting your opponent. Try those synergies:

  • Night Witch + Battle Healer
  • Battle Healer + Elixir Golem
  • Night Witch + Elixir Golem
  • Magic Archer + Tornado

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10. Graveyard Deck

This deck has 3.8 average elixir cost. Its defensive potential is great and offensive potential is also good. Please note this deck doesn’t have any drawbacks. This Graveyard deck is a very bad choice for free-to-play players. Graveyard is your win condition. The Log and Poison are your spells so no matter what use them wisely.

This deck has 13 elixir 4-card cycle with The Log, Knight, Bomb Tower and Baby Dragon. You can bait Fireball, Poison and Lightning with Electro Wizard. Alternatively, you can bait Fireball, Lightning and Rocket with Inferno Dragon. So these are your most important cards for baiting your opponent. Try those synergies:

  • Knight + Graveyard
  • Poison + Graveyard
  • Electro Wizard + Graveyard
  • Knight + Electro Wizard

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Mini Guide: Maximum Wins in Grand Challenge

I’m not the best player in this game. But I know how to follow the best players. There is much to learn from them. I want to share with you what I’ve learned. The following short tips will help you win the maximum number of matches in the Grand Challenge. If you’re having trouble with this kind of matches, you can improve yourself.

  1. Pick the right decks. That’s the main purpose of this article. You need to choose the best deck. You can only choose the best deck if you follow the meta closely. Grand Challenge matches are not like Classic Challenge matches. It’s much harder. Because the opponents are quite tough.
  2. Master the deck of your choice. Just picking a good deck and entering it is not enough. You need to improve yourself to use the deck. Once you’ve made the best use of the deck you’ve chosen, your work will be much easier.
  3. Play when you’re comfortable. It’s the psychological aspect of this. I would not recommend you play the Grand Challenge if there are too many things that bother you. Because even if you play very well, you have a chance of losing.
  4. Check your Internet connection and device. This is really important. Some players try to play the Grand Challenge when their internet connection is bad. This is a very bad choice. If the device is too hot, it is inevitable that the game will freeze. You should check these.
  5. Stop constantly changing decks. This is one of the most common mistakes. You can’t say a deck bad because you lost two games with the deck. You have to learn the deck and you have to master all the details to the smallest detail. So, you can’t do that if you change deck all the time.

Questions: Grand Challenge

There may be various questions you might have about the Grand Challenge. You can deliver all of these to me by commenting. But I want to present some questions that have been answered. In this way, you can eliminate the question bubbles in your mind. I hope you can find the answers you’re looking for.

Is Grand Challenge worth it?

There’s a huge math problem behind it. I’m kidding, there’s a simple math problem behind it. I’m sorry if you’re the one who spends all the Gems you’ve got to buy Gold from the Shop. Because you’re making a big mistake. You can play the Grand Challenge instead. With only 2 wins, you can earn even more Gold.

Which is more profitable, Grand Challenge or Classic Challenge?

In terms of gold, I would have preferred the Classic Challenge. If you buy Gold through the Shop with the best offer, 1 Gem is roughly equal to 22 Gold. If you win 2 games in the Classic Challenge, 1 Gem equals 24 Gold. Therefore, if you win 2 games in the Grand Challenge, 1 Gem equals 25 Gold. But since the Grand Challenge is more difficult, it doesn’t make sense to deal with 1 Gold.

Is there the best deck for the Grand Challenge?

I wish you didn’t ask this question. Immediately above, the top 10 decks stand according to the most current version of the game. Whichever is best for you, you should use it. In the first place is the best deck that can be used. But if you don’t match the style of play, you can choose the others. It’s all up to you.

I hope these decks have helped you to get a lot of wins in Grand Challenges. As long as you use the decks correctly, you increase your chances. Please don’t leave the things to chances and try to choose the best deck for yourself. Please, continue to be around for other deck suggestions.

 

2 thoughts on “10 Best Grand Challenge Decks”

    1. Hello KrazyDawg,

      Thank you for your comment. You can use Grand Challenge decks in Classic Challenge decks. But you are right, I have to write another post for this. Keep hanging around. I will share it soon in my blog.

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