Clash Royale – Elixir Collector
“You gotta spend Elixir to make Elixir.”
This card can be found from Arena 6, Builder’s Workshop.
This card costs 5 Elixir.
This card is used to speed up Elixir production for players to play cards faster.
The Elixir Collector, if left undamaged, will last for 1min and 10sec.
Produces 1 Elixir/9.8s.
If left undamaged, it will give a profit of 2 elixir in total. (Reduced to a profit of 1 if mirrored.)
Works well with Mirror to double the elixir production. Hence, giving you an elixir advantage.
Can be used to protect a tower by being a bait for troops that target buildings, such as Hog Rider.
Place down straightaway if it’s in your starting hand.
Place behind towers to prevent troops from attacking it. Hence, maximizing the Elixir Collector.
Can be used to reshuffle your deck.
Complements well when you have 2-3 Elixir Collector deployed.
It is able to slow down the tempo of the battle.
Use the Rage spell to boost the production of Elixir!
Players are able to play cards faster than opponents to outnumber and outplay them.
Gives you a huge elixir advantage during the later parts of the battle, and you can use it to summon more troops to swarm your enemy.
Can be used to refresh your current hand.
Can be used to bait troops such as the Hog Rider to attack it instead of your towers.
If used wrongly, opponent can easily have an elixir advantage over you at the start, and they can deal significant amount of damage before you can react to it.
Controlling of elixir must be good. Opponent can easily outnumber you with troops in the beginning.
Unable to protect itself from troops and spells.
||1 min 10 sec
On 2/2/16, the production speed was buffed to 9.8 sec from 9.9 sec.
Currently the only resource building in Clash Royale.
Upgrades only buffs its hitpoints.
Looks like the level 5 Elixir Collector in Clash of Clans.
The Elixir Collector’s hitpoints was nerfed by 20%. This update is as of 3/5/16.
The Elixir Collector’s hitpoints was nerfed by 9%. This is as of the 18/5/16 update.
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