Drop golem where they draw CC troop and if possible Heroes.
Follow with Wizards to clean outside buildings.
Drop P.E.K.K.A.s and Heroes to follow Golems.
Heal when troops are running low on health.
1st Rage on golems after they reach first defense.
2nd Rage on power troops (P.E.K.K.A.s and Heroes) near the Town Hall
Conclusion: If you have more space for housing fill with wizards. If your Th 9+ then I suggest that you bring a Jump spell for your golem.
Hello Clash forum! I'm a relatively new user but I do like to think that i know what I'm talking about. That being said I would like to ask wheter you think TH8 GoWiPe is worth it. I'm soon to be a TH8 and I see the current TH8s in my clan using GoWiPe to moderate success usually securing two stars in CW. At the moment I am an avid user of DragonxMinion and Balloonion and had plans to continue these strategies going into TH8 as without jump spells and the archer queen I felt GoWiPe wouldn't be very strong at TH8, though a few of my clanmates tell me otherwise. That being said I would love to hear your opinions on TH8 GoWiPe and what other CW strategies you all like at this TH level.
Clash of Clans basic strategy guide on how to funnel troops. Funneling is the most important element to any attack in CoC. The tutorial breaks down funnelling to a simplistic level to help you improve your Clash of Clans attacks. In order to have success in war and achieve a 3 star raid you will have to funnel troops. This will control your army to your specific objective whether this is the core of a base layout, the Town Hall or a specific defence. I hope this CoC guide on how to funnel troops is helpful for you and please share any tips or tricks you have for funnelling in the comment section below. Clash On
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