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Mortar Mirror Cycle Deck for 2v2


Hey, what is going on, it’s ya boi, SparkynadoMeisterBro, here with my second hand-typed guide and the beginning of a series: “Mirror Overleveler’s Deck,” or M.O.D.!

It is for the people who had overleveled their Mirror for overleveled mayhem!

Or, you know, those that want to try mirror.

Anyway, let’s get into the deck, shall we?

mortar 2v2

Clash Royale MortarClash Royale mirrorClash Royale Ice SpiritClash Royale Knight
Clash Royale ArchersClash Royale TeslaClash Royale ZapClash Royale Guards

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The Deck

Clash Royale MortarMortar

Your Main win-con for single elixir.

In single elixir, this card gets some mean damage in to the tower, with the dead zone really helping to get chip damage with the cheap 4 elixir cost.

Clash Royale mirrorMirror – Your Main win-con for double elixir, and a valuable card in many other situations.

You mainly want to use this to mirror the Mortar on offense, while playing the first one on defense. Congrats, your first defensive Mortar now supports the mirrored one!

You can use it with other troops in emergencies, too, but be aware what the correct card to use Mirror on should be.

I made a Mirror guide, you might want to check it out at here.

Clash Royale KnightKnight – Your beefy boi.

I prefer him over Ice Golem because he can do quite the work by himself even at lower levels despite his nerfs!

He is your big tank for your Mortars, and a good counterpusher as well.

Very good synergies in this deck.

Clash Royale Ice SpiritIce Spirit – Cycler and value grabber.

He is a master of positive elixir trades and poses great synergies with any card in the game.

Mainly use in combo with another card to get good value.

Clash Royale ArchersArchers – Even if a bit underleveled, these girls pack a big punch, essentially being 2 fragile king towers.

The ultimate defense card, protect these girls as much as you would your Mortar for maximum defensive value!

But don’t overcommit, mind you.

Clash Royale TeslaTesla – Your tank killer and secondary Mortar support.

Probably one of the best defensive buildings right now asides from Inferno Tower.

Properly supported, the Tesla kills everything in range like a beast.

Feel free to put this 3 tiles from the river and in the middle as you can still place the first Mortar behind it to get value against Princesses from both lanes.

Also does great when tanking for the mirrored Mortar. Use it as so if you can spare the defense.

Clash Royale GuardsGuards – Underrated defensive beasts.

Great lone Prince and even lone Dark Prince counter because of their long attack range and shields. Extremely zap-proof, as their shields are still up even after the zap. Provides great inferno protection as well with their shields as the beam resets when they break.

Think of it as a Skeleton Army that does slower but spell-proof damage, or a spell-proof Goblin Gang that can’t hit air.

Combo it with Ice Spirit and you can even kill a Hog without a single hit!

Clash Royale ZapZap – Self explanatory.

Reset Infernos for the teammate, kills swarms and sometimes goblin barrels, kill minions with Zap + Ice Spirit etc.

Overall a great spell.


Replacements wouldn’t be recommended as they can change the way you are supposed to play, but go ahead.

Clash Royale MortarClash Royale X-Bow

Clash Royale KnightClash Royale Ice GolemClash Royale ValkyrieClash Royale Mini P.E.K.K.AClash Royale Lumberjack

Clash Royale Ice SpiritClash Royale SkeletonClash Royale Fire Spirits

Clash Royale ArchersClash Royale Ice WizardClash Royale PrincessClash Royale Dart Goblin

Clash Royale TeslaClash Royale Inferno TowerClash Royale CannonClash Royale Bomb Tower

Clash Royale GuardsClash Royale Skeleton ArmyClash Royale Fire Spirits

Clash Royale ZapClash Royale The LogClash Royale fireball


Single Elixir

Don’t be afraid to reveal Mortar, as it can get good and vital early damage in single elixir.

The reasons to use Mortar defensively is to pull Hogs to the middle if your Tesla is not in cycle, or to chip the opponent’s buildings from your side.

If you used Mortar defensively, feel free to Mirror the Mortar on offense. The chip damage is needed.

Make sure the Mirror is available or is the next card if you plan on doing a mirrored Mortar offense, I have countless times forgot that for some dumb reason.

Try to refrain from using Mirror in single elixir unless it is the very beginning where they don’t know all the cards, you use an offensive mirrored Mortar, or really need it on defense.

A good defensive card to Mirror is Archers, as they are beasts at getting positive trades.

Another good defensive card to Mirror is Guards. Mirrored Guards usually kills the rest of a push that you tried to defend with the first.

Zap is a card that in most situations you want to try not to Mirror, but if you are playing against Zap bait, it comes in real handy. It also doubles the time that Infernos take to destroy things.

You should have plenty of elixir when you place a mirrored Mortar, a whopping 5 elixir at best, unlike the mirrored X-Bow, with 3 elixir at best, so simply be prepared to support it reactively.

Build up an elixir advantage over your opponents, and don’t lose it by overcommitting!

Guards are decent threats to towers. If they don’t have a valkyrie or other great splash cards, you can rush the other lane with Guards + Ice Spirit when the opponents overcommit, as the combo can almost take a tower if ignored!

Work with your partner in 2v2s.

If he places a tank, feel free to place Mortar when he gets to the bridge, and some archers as well, or place it on the other lane for double lane pressure while deciding which push is better to support or which counterpush is going to hurt more.

Double Elixir

Unleash the Mortars!

You can cycle defensively with Mortar and offensively with mirrored Mortar really quick, leading to both a good defense and offense that is hard to beat!

Cycle to another regular or mirrored Mortar for double lane pressure if they fail to take down the first mirrored Mortar!

Feel free to go all-out aggressive, but if you aren’t, just defend with pesky Mortars when you take a tower. 😉


Clash Royale GolemBeatdown – Decent to Hard matchup.

Includes Golem, Giant, etc. pushes, including Double Prince with a tank.

Hardest it gets is against Golem Double Prince as keeping your Tesla alive to kill Golem and Mortar to splash support is a challenge, but by all means possible and repeatable.

Mirroring Guards is an option to consider against the Double Prince as long as you have knight to tank the Dark Prince’s splash.

Easiest it can get is against PEKKA decks. You have an excellent distraction: Guards.

Takes 6 hits for the PEKKA to kill them all, giving other support a lot of time to work on her, about 10 seconds if left alone without tower support.

With the dead zone of the Mortar, that’s about 2 Mortar shots. But, if arrowed, it can be reduced to 5.5 seconds without tower support, or 1 Mortar shot, and if the guards are within tower range after being arrowed it is probably around 2 seconds.

Play your Guards wisely, PEKKA has quite the walk to make before reaching the Mortar.

You have a partner as well, so hope they can stop some of this as well.

Clash Royale Royal GiantRoyal Giant – Decent matchup.

Pesky things can tank for Mortar easy while sniping it’s health away just as good.

Hope your partner can supply another win con, or have Mortar tank the shots while the RG is in range, mirror your Mortar opposite side and push, and have your partner deal with the rest of the RG.

Clash Royale Hog RiderBridge Spam single lane – Easy Matchup.

You have Guards, Knight, Ice Spirit, and Tesla to deal with garbage spam.

Bridge Spam includes Double Prince, Hog Rider, E-Barbs, etc.

Clash Royale Battle RamBridge Spam double lane – Easy to Decent matchup.

Same as Bridge Spam single lane, but try to draw both sides to the center and defend it well.


Clash Royale The LogLog/Zap Bait – Easy matchup.

Defensive Mortar absolutely wrecks Inferno Towers and Princesses, 1-shotting equal level Princess on equal levels and chipping down Inferno Towers.

Zap Barrels, and you have a Mirror just in case you had to use it elsewhere. If you swapped Zap for Log, it is much easier, as you can log the barrels easy, and if there is a second Barrel you can Mirror Log.

If they use Inferno Tower or Dragon on your Mortar, use a predictive Guards and Archers to distract and destroy, and zap if it targets Mortar somehow.

Any Goblin Gang placed will most likely get shredded by them.

Clash Royale BalloonBalloon (No Lava Hound) – Decent matchup.

Pain in the arse it is. You’ll want Tesla tanking the Balloon along with a possible Ice Spirit if you want the Tesla to live, otherwise Ice Spirit + Archers and hope it dies before it gets a hit off on Mortar.

Defending them is easy, just be aware of a Freeze or Rage spell, it’s what makes them hard.

Clash Royale Lava HoundLava Hound – Decent to Hard matchup.

It gets hard against Lavaloon as you only have Archers, Tesla, Ice Spirit, Zap, and Mirror to deal with it.

If it is Lavaloon, refrain from using Tesla until Balloon comes out, then get the Tesla to target Balloon safely. Meanwhile use Archers instead for Lava Hound. Mirror any vital cards lost.

For other Lava Hound decks, watch the support carefully and pull the push to the center with Mortar/Tesla, and play Knight to tank support while Archers pick them off.

Avoid having Archers target Lava Hound because that is a lot of DPS gone when trying to take down support.

Clash Royale X-BowOther Siege – Easy to Decent Matchup.

You have a defensive Mortar tanking for the Siege weapon while also chipping it and their support as well, meanwhile mirror Mortar for your own offensive.

Don’t overcommit.


  1. I think that this deck is little bit hard to play. But if you can play with it, it´s extremely good.

  2. This is my 3rd guide guys, sorry, I thought this one was given up, but apparently was posted days later (hehe).

    • the lack of a heavy spell hurts no? i think a fireball or rocket should be in there as theyw rok extremely well with mirror in order to finish off a low health tower, also its a decent guide keep up the work

      • I would consider the Mortar the heavy spell, tbh, the dead zone can come in real handy for some good chip damage when they try to stop it, even if it is just 1 shot. There was just so many situations where it always got a shot off I just forgot about using a heavy spell.

        Plus, the partner usually supplied you with a heavy spell anyway, so I just said why not ¯_(ツ)_/¯

        You can use a heavy spell to replace Zap, though.

    • Well, other cycle decks usually fair well with it, and then some heavy beatdown with a fairly cheap defense does well as well. Basically decks with cheap defenses. Mind you your partner has to be somewhat smart too to win games, not just spamming Hog Rider on the other lane when E-Barbs are placed at the bridge, etc.

    • I had not really bought any epic chests from the shop after using 10k gold on one and getting 13 flipping mirrors

      • Mirror is a bit more viable than clone, but seriously what a frickin waste

    Does that mean I was a bad teammate? Or too into the action?

    • Probably a bad teammate; You know your battery is about to die yet you continue playing until it dies.

      But hell, I do it too 😛

    • VS Lavaloon lightning, rush other lane with Mortar and anything besides your air support, and if they ignore it, Tesla and Archers both targetting Balloon, and try to take it out before they are struck by the lightning. Or, I guess you could play Tesla at the river to avoid getting struck by the lightning and to give them a negative trade, and you could mirror Tesla if they struck it anyway.

      Against beatdown decks, Tesla is really good at killing tanks, as long as you protect the Tesla like you would your Mortar. Otherwise, replace Tesla with Inferno Tower if needed.

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