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Dominate With Solo Attack Cores

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In this episode of Crafting Customs with Aly, we will be focusing on crafting cores to use for soloing your opponent. In our last core article, we went over crafting cores to use for rallying. Today, we’re going to switch it up just a tad and create solo attack cores. Just like the rally attack cores, we are going to craft three different sets, one for each troop type: Firelord, Waterlord, and Thunderlord.

How do you design a solo attack core? What do I focus on, and how is it different from a rally attack core? The answer is the same as before: it really depends on what stats you’d like to focus on in your account. Every strategy is going to be slightly different based on your research, buildings, banners, hero, gems, skilling and much more! Below, we will build some attack cores for soloing and sniping that can be tweaked to give maximum benefit to your own city.

Firelord Solo Attack Cores

First let’s talk about the Firelord Solo Attack Set. For our core today, we are going to use the base cores below. These cores focus on Firelord Attack, Defense and Health. Everyone’s maximum stats are going to vary based on your research, hero, and core levels.

Firelord Solo Attack CoresThe Cores

  • Warmonger Helm
  • Master Dragon Seal
  • Master Dragon Staff
  • Imperial Battle Kilt
  • Master Dragon Trinket (three of these)

Now, let’s add in our pieces. We are going to focus on the same stats: Firelord Attack, Defense, and Health, PLUS add some additional Demigod Mythic Attack, Demigod Trap Attack, Demigod Attack, and some heath and defense.

The Pieces

  • Carving of Touch
  • Horselord’s War
  • Horselord’s Hunger
  • Horselord’s Famine
  • Runestone of Immortality
  • Coral Branch

Now that we have a lovely Firelord recipe under our belt, let us move on to Waterlord.

Waterlord Solo Attack Cores

Next up: a Waterlord Solo Attack Set. For this set, we are going to use the same idea as the Firelord set, only shift our focus. These cores focus on Waterlord Attack, Defense and Health.

Waterlord Attack CoreThe Cores

  • Majestic Sea Regalia
  • Majestic Sea Crown
  • Majestic Sea Skewer
  • Majestic Sea Walkers
  • Majestic Sea Goblet (three of these)

The Pieces

  • Carving of Touch
  • Horselord’s War
  • Horselord’s Hunger
  • Horselord’s Famine
  • Runestone of Immortality
  • Coral Branch

Lastly, let’s round this out with our Thunderlord recipe.

Thunderlord Solo Attack Cores

Finally, we have our Thunderlord Solo Attack Set. For this set, we change the focus yet again, and swap in cores and pieces that focus on Thunderlord stats. These cores focus on Thunderlord Attack, Defense, and Health.

The Cores

  • Master Ra’s Brand
  • Master Ra’s Flight
  • Master Ra’s Threads
  • Master Ra’s Visor
  • Master Ra’s Amulet (three of these)

The Pieces

  • Carving of Touch
  • Horselord’s War
  • Horselord’s Hunger
  • Horselord’s Famine
  • Runestone of Immortality
  • Coral Branch

You’ve probably noticed the pieces on these sets are all the same. Rather than focus on troop-specific stats on the pieces end, we have chosen to add a bit more health and defense to help your troops make it home. Feel free to customize! That’s the best part about creating custom cores!

Some Final Tips for Crafting Custom Cores

As we wrap up this week’s episode of Crafting Customs with Aly, let’s go over some tips that will help you craft your own cores.

  • Always skill your hero to maximize core crafting boosts.
  • Wear your PowerForge gear.
  • Keep a notebook or Excel workbook where you can easily manipulate your stats and try different combinations before you actually craft.
  • Take a good look at your base stats and see what you may want to strengthen. Especially in the current GoW climate, everyone is at a different point in their research, gears, gems, etc. What we did above may not make sense for your account. Adjust it!
  • Have fun! Challenge your alliance mates to a crafting duel!
  • When attacking, be sure you have the correct gear, gems, and banners on! It is very specific now, and even if something works for a rally, there may be a better setup for a solo.

As always, Teamrealtips invites your feedback below. Let’s see what you’ve got!

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