(Stats and writeup by Delpez)
Last time we met these guys the clans were well matched, and the result was our first draw. It looks like they’ve progressed much faster than us, because this is a mismatch comparable to the Mexico 2.0 war. As always, here’s a breakdown of clan strength based on TH and experience level. I’ve included Mexico 2.0 as a reference.
|Nr of TH10||3||3||5|
|Nr of TH9||9||13||10|
|Nr of TH8||32||32||33|
|Nr of TH7||4||2||2|
|Nr of TH5&6||2||0||0|
|Ave TH Level||8.14||8.34||8.36|
|Ave XP Level||76||83||83|
As you can see, they have very similar stats to Mexico 2.0, but also keep mind that we’ve progressed a bit since that war (so the mismatch is not as severe as it first appears!) Also, Sixlines only have three TH10’s vs. Mexico’s five. We left 11 stars behind against Mexico’s TH10’s, so we should score better against the top 5 in this war – it’s easier getting stars from a high TH9 than a TH10.
Next is the base strength and minimum number of stars we should aim for. Remember that the main goal of this is to help us focus on the correct bases – first get 3-stars of easy and medium bases before hitting tough bases which already have 2-stars.
|#||TH Level||Strength||Min Stars|
We got over 80% of our stars against the top bases versus Mexico, which was already a big improvement from previously. If we continue in this vein, and our TH8’s perform as they usually do, we should get in the region of 115-120 stars. To get there our high TH8’s with access to good GoWiPe will need to help out against their TH9 bases. Also, these guys have only two TH7’s, so we should give our players with level 2 dragons the opportunity to contribute by attacking the easy bases first. Mexico scored 120 stars against us, but I think Sixlines have better attacks (more high level hogs and GoWiPe) – I predict 120-130 stars. So although this is a mismatch, we should get close if we attack clever and well (and they don’t!).