How do you attack with Pekka and Golem?

How do you attack with Pekka and Golem?

Drop the 2 Golems to the nearest defenses with at least 5 spaces apart from each other. Drop enough Wizards to destroy the outer buildings covering the wall. Drop enough Wall Breakers to destroy the wall. Drop the 3 P.E.K.K.A.s and Barbarian King to go inside and wreck the base.

How do you attack with Gowipe?

If you use this strategy for war attacks, change the number of Wall Breakers according to the walls if needed. You must make a path to the enemy’s Town Hall/find shortest path with less walls. Use Wall Breakers to destroy first layer of walls so Golems can go in.

How many golems are in Gowipe?

Download Article. Gowipe mainly consists of 3 troops—Golem, Golem, Wizards, and P.E.K.K.A. The number of troops needed must be chosen wisely as it totally depends on the strength of the base. Golems range between 2 or 3 in Town Hall 8.

How do you do Pekka attacks?

The strategy:

  1. place the Archer inside the base.
  2. Place the P.E.K.K.A.s in the base (if possible) or outside close to a defense.
  3. Drop in a King where the P.E.K.K.A.s were placed after 30 seconds.
  4. (optional) Place Queen when defenses are distracted (if you can’t do this, it’s fine it just helps).

What spells to use with Gowipe?

A typical troop make up for GoWiPe at Town Hall 8 is as follows: Troops: Golem x 2, P.E.K.K.A. x 2, Wizards x 16, Wall Breakers x 10, Archers x 6. Spells: Heal x 1, Rage x 2, Poison x 1.

Is Pekka the strongest ground troop?

The P.E.K.K.A is likely a reference to D.A.V.E. from Backyard Monsters. Both have names that don’t stand for anything in particular, both are robotic in nature and both were considered the strongest regular troop in their respective games….History.

Patch Description
October 12, 2020 Added the level 9 P.E.K.K.A.

What means Pekka?

As for the name’s meaning in Clash of Clans, PEKKA stands for Perfectly Enraged Knight Killer of Assassins. It’s an awkward acronym for sure, but it sounds a little bit like mecha, so there you have it.