About one week ago, a leak about a new Legendary Card Deck in Clash Royale emerged on the Internet, shortly after Supercell announced the coming of a new Clash Royale card. In the days that followed, Supercell teased its fans with various graphic images suggesting how the new card would be like.
Clash Royale, one of the most popular games on mobiles, available for both Android and iOS, is now getting new content in the form of a new Legendary Card Deck.
On Tuesday, Supercell teased Clash Royale fans with an image on Twitter, showing an animal that looked like a bear, or a dog, or, possibly, a ram. Next day, on Wednesday, the new Clash Royale Legendary Card Deck leak emerged via Stats Royale, unveiling some essential details about the card, dubbed as Ram Rider.
On Thursday, Supercell revealed the new Legendary Card Deck in Clash Royale, and indeed it was the Ram Rider, precisely as Stats Royale depicted it only one day before. With the occasion of the new Ram Rider card, Supercell also released a video on YouTube.
Clash Royale: New Legendary Card Deck Reached The Game
The Ram Rider is the new Legendary Card Deck in Clash Royale, released by Supercell last Thursday. According to the information revealed, Ram Rider boasts the following characteristics:
- Description: “Her bola snares enemy troops while Ram heads for the nearest building. Rams and Hogs don’t mingle at parties.”
- Arena: The Clash Royale app shows that the newest Clash Royale card will be unlocked in the Hog Mountain arena.
- Rarity: The space for the new card in the Clash Royale app indicates that the new card will be a Legendary offering.
- Speed: Medium
- Spawn Speed: 0.0 seconds
- Targets: Air and Ground
- Range: 5.5
- Hit Speed: 1.1 seconds
- Freeze Duration: 2 seconds
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