Fixed a crash that could occur in the Private Tournament UIFixed a rare crash with the main deck buildersFixed a crash in the Challenge deck buildersFixed an issue with the name change dialog that could potentially cause a disconnectFix for some special characters not being displayed correctlyFixed the inconsistency with Boat Battle deployment zonesFix for Draft choices leading to cards that were outside of the specified Draft setsFix for Private Tournament creation 'randomly' failingFix for the magical Deck Wizard trying to assign more than one Champion to a deckFix for the iOS native copy option removing the URL from the "invite to clan" messageFix for the deck builder behaving erratically if the user switched decks in the middle of editingFix for personal best scores displaying incorrectly on some Player ProfilesFix for players sometimes being awarded a chest that is not from their ArenaFix for a deck showing incorrectly when skipping past the 'Pick' phase in a Draft replayStar levels are now hidden when viewing card info screens from the Clan UIRemoved the ability to upgrade your own cards when viewing a Clanmate's cardsRemoved Trophy values from the spectator viewRemoved the ability to tap on the 'Clan' button in the Player Profile of a player who does not belong to a ClanImplemented a change to Legendary chests when the player has not yet reached an Arena that unlocks Legendary cardsAdded a number of Challenge events to the list of modes that can level up BadgesNumerous UI improvements (making things look pretty)Various new loading screen tips have been added
The most annoying deck in clash royale is the elixir golem clone deck.What are the chances of getting the same random deck in clash Royale?So the chances of getting the same deck twice is a 0.000000000000000000000000012536364449152929803311758999259207320689858957111340093054481859107044324057284384538319998453329725025856% chance.
Playable troops, buildings, and spells are represented as cards. Many cards are directly based on troops and buildings from Supercell's previous game Clash of Clans, such as giants and cannons, and the game uses a similar art style. Prior to each battle (with the exception of the first battle in Training Camp), players construct a deck of eight cards which they use to attack and defend against their opponent's cards. At the start of each game, both players begin with four randomly chosen cards from their deck of eight, with the exceptions of Mirror and Elixir Collector. 2b1af7f3a8