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- The Bat Spell is the 5th and final Dark Spell unlocked at level 5 Dark Spell Factory that requires the Town Hall to be at level 10. When casting this spell, it summons several Bats on the battlefield over time (its method of spawning is similar to a Skeleton Spell). These Bats are low on health and target defenses.
- Like Skeletons, Bats do not trigger traps or Clan Castle troops.
- Bats prioritize defensive structures above all other targets, and will bypass all other types of enemy buildings and troops while any defenses remain on the battlefield. This is true even if they are under attack by enemy Clan Castle troops, heroes or Skeleton Trap skeletons. Note that like all troops that prioritize defenses, Bats do not consider the Clan Castle to be a defense regardless of whether or not it contains enemy troops, but do consider the defending Grand Warden and the activated Town Hall weapon (if any) to be defensive buildings.
Once all defenses are destroyed, Bats become like any other troop with no preferred target; they will attack the nearest building to them regardless of type, and will turn and attack enemy units if they become aware of any nearby.
- Bats spawned from the Bat Spell deal less damage to resource storages; in particular, this applies to the Town Hall's Giga Tesla, and Giga Inferno, as it is classified as a defense and a resource storage.
- The Bats also relate to the Builder Base troop also known as the Night Witch. The Night Witch spawns Bats that relate to the Bats in the Bat Spell. However, the Night Witch's Bats attack any target.
- Bats can destroy most single-target exposed defenses relatively easily.
- Bats can distract Air Defenses from other air troops (Balloons, Lava Hounds, etc.) for some time.
- Bats can be very effective in distracting single-target Inferno Towers from targeting your tanks (Golems, Lava Hounds, etc.). But, against multi-target Inferno Towers, the Bats will get killed quickly.
- Wizard Towers are excellent in countering Bat-based attacks. Consider their placements carefully when planning such an attack. Either distract them with another troop like a Giant or Ice Golem or use a Freeze Spell to stop them.
- It can be viable to use Bat Spells in masses with Lava Hounds, although this can be very costly in Dark Elixir. The Lava Hounds will be able to tank well for the Bats (as well as shield them from Inferno Towers) while the Bats do damage.
- If defenses are targeting your tanks, place a few Bat Spells on the defenses to destroy them.
- A good strategy for Bat Spells would be to place a lot of them down near the center of the base, along with a Rage Spell and a Freeze Spell, aiming to destroy single-target Inferno Towers, Air Defenses, and the Eagle Artillery at the beginning of an attack. Anything else would be a bonus. Then use the rest of your attack to maul the rest of the base. The Battle Blimp used with the Invisible Super Wizard, the Clone Balloons or Rage Electro Dragons strategy is still more effective at decimating the core.
- With a similar thought process, use something else that does not require more than one or two rages to take out a portion of the base, along with the Town Hall and Splash defenses to create a clear path and make the job much easier for the Bats to breeze through the rest of the base.
- One hit from a Scattershot can take out a horde of Bats quickly. However, due to the Scattershot's slow attack and the Bats' speed as well as the Scattershot's blind spot, a Scattershot may be swarmed before proving to be useful. Make sure to surround your Scattershot with several defenses in order to stall the Bats.
- If multi-target Inferno Towers are unavailable (due to being upgraded, for example), having X-Bows set to ground air mode can also destroy Bats quickly. Archer Towers set to fast attack can also prove viable.
- Air Bombs can be helpful to sweep up Bats that are following closely behind other air troops, but as the Bats cannot trigger the Air Bomb themselves, it may not be a reliable option.
- Having a defensive Archer Queen and other Clan Castle troops that can target air can also be useful to defend against Bats. The Bats will not attack these units; however, they may be too fast to tackle. It may also be possible these defensive units target other air troops instead.
- A massive swarm of Bats may be terrifying but can easily be stopped by Wizard Towers, so place them carefully, and multi-target Inferno Towers. The Giga Tesla and Giga Inferno also can mow down Bats quickly.
- If Bats are very close to each other, one shot of the Eagle Artillery could take them all out, but this is not a reliable option, because if other troops are on the battlefield, it is unlikely the Eagle Artillery will target Bats due to their low hitpoints.
|December 4, 2018||Sneak Peek||Introduced the Bat Spell in the sneak peek, with 5 levels.|
|December 10, 2018||Update||Added the Bat Spell.|
|December 12, 2018||Maintenance Break||
|January 7, 2019||Maintenance Break|
|June 18, 2019||Update||Bats from Bat Spell that have been cloned by Clone Spell now deal reduced damage to storages and Town Hall just as their original counterparts do.|
- The Bat Spell and the Skeleton Spell are the only spells to spawn troops rather than affecting troops or buildings.
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