The best way to Make Use of Giants Efficiently in Battle of Families

 

In my opinion, Giants are now the most effective troops in Battle of Families for a lot of reasons. One reason is that Giants can fill the tank job a lot better than Barbarians since they’ve much more health and so they’re not as vulnerable to splash clash of clans strike from Mortars and Expert Towers. They’re also successful on the map only because they prioritize targeting a defensive building which means by using Giants you’ll be able to concentrate on neutralizing the enemy’s defensive power as quickly as possible. Giants are also well known for their exceptional uses to deflect and soak up hits for their comrades.

One successful raiding strategy may be used using a mixture of few Giants and a lot of Archers. First, deploy Giants to divert all the defensive buildings strike focus and after that rapidly drop Archers near the assaulting tower to ruin them. This strategy, when used right, can quickly wipe out a whole foundation and ended up rewarding you with a 3 star success.

Giants were shown to be quite useful when combined with Wall breakers and Goblins. First, just like the last approach, deploy Giants to divert all the defensive buildings and after that drop the Wall breakers right close to the column of walls you would like to break. You only need to ensure that any defensive towers in the area had their concentrate on the Giants because Wall breakers are really so delicate.

There’s also an additional well-known raiding strategy by means of a mix of bunches of Giants and 2 healers. This strategy will work in just about all kinds of foundations. This strategy works because many time the 2 healers will treat back all the damage that’s been done to the group of Giants in front of those.

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