Royal Revolt 2: List of Troops - Info, Strengths and Weaknesses


Here's a list of Troops and info guide for the real-time action and arcade reverse tower-defense game - Royal Revolt 2! This section will cover some brief in-game info about Troops, with in-depth shortcuts to easily determine their strengths and weaknesses!

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- Royal Revolt 2 Troops: Info, Strengths and Weaknesses -

Important Notes:
   - Spells, Troops, and Defensive Structures not listed below will dish or absorb fixed/default damages, no percentage increase nor reduction.
   - All Strengths and Weaknesses below are based from in-game stats.
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Knights (Normal)
The Knight is the most versatile unit for every situation and has special protection against poison.
   - Attacks (Melee Range: 0.8)
   - Stronger Against = Paladins and Cannons.

   - Not Effective Against = Spikes and Firebolt Towers.

   - Defenses
   - Sturdy From Poison Attacks (50%) = Toxic Cloud, Mortars, and Snake Towers.

   - Weak From = None, based from in-game stats, but they have low HP though.
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Archers (Piercing)
The Archer is the most affordable long-range all-rounder for every situation.
   - Attacks (Long Range: 3.5)
   - Stronger Against = None, based from in-game stats.

   - Not Effective Against = Paladins, Mortars, Spikes, Barricades, Blockades, and All Towers.

   - Defenses
   - Sturdy From = None, based from in-game stats.

   - Weak From = None, based from in-game stats, but they have low HP though.
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Paladins (Blunt)
The Paladin has robust armor and is brutally strong, but is weak against poison.
   - Attacks (Melee Range: 1.0)
   - Stronger Against = Spikes, Barricades, Blockades, and All Towers (except Firebolt Towers).

   - Not Effective Against = Paladins, Frosters, Cannons, and Firebolt Towers.

   - Defenses
   - Sturdy From Piercing Attacks (75%) = Swordrain, Archers, Arblasters, Spikes, and Arrow Towers.
   - Sturdy From Blunt Attacks (50%) = Hammerstrike, Sonic Blast, Paladins, Cannons, Bomb Towers, and Skull Towers.

   - Weak From Normal Attacks (100%) = Bladestorm, Apocalypse (Scroll), and Knights.
   - Weak From Poison Attacks (100%) = Toxic Cloud, Mortars, and Snake Towers.
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Frosters (Ice)
The Froster can levitate over Spikes and is very effective against units.
   - Attacks (Long Range: 4.5, with Freeze Effects!)
   - Stronger Against = Pyromancers, Mortars, Blockades, Gargoyle Towers, and Skull Towers.

   - Not Effective Against = Frosters and Spikes.

   - Defenses
   - Immune to Spikes = Frosters can levitate over Spikes!

   - Sturdy From Blunt Attacks (75%) = Hammerstrike, Sonic Blast, Paladins, Cannons, Bomb Towers, and Skull Towers.
   - Sturdy From Ice Attacks (75%) = Blizzard, Frosters, and Frost Towers.

   - Weak From Fire Attacks (100%) = Firestorm, Pyromancers, Gargoyle Towers, and Firebolt Towers.
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Cannons (Blunt)
The Cannon is the weapon of choice when it comes to destroying buildings.
   - Attacks (Long Range: 6.0; When raiding, it will attack Towers only!)
   - Stronger Against = Spikes, Barricades, Blockades, and All Towers.

   - Not Effective Against = Paladins, Frosters, and Cannons.

   - Defenses
   - Sturdy From Blunt Attacks (50%) = Hammerstrike, Sonic Blast, Paladins, Cannons, Bomb Towers, and Skull Towers.
   - Sturdy From Poison Attacks (50%) = Toxic Cloud, Mortars, and Snake Towers.

   - Weak From Normal Attacks (100%) = Bladestorm, Apocalypse (Scroll), and Knights.
   - Weak From Fire Attacks (100%) = Firestorm, Pyromancers, Gargoyle Towers, and Firebolt Towers.
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Pyromancers (Fire)
The Pyromancer will be heavily effective from a distance, but is weak in close combat.
   - Attacks (Long Range: 4.5; with a chance of Panic Effect)
   - Stronger Against = Frosters, Cannons, Mortars, Barricades, Arrow Towers, Frost Towers, and Firebolt Towers.

   - Not Effective Against = Pyromancers and Spikes.

   - Defenses
   - Immune to Spikes = Pyromancers can levitate over Spikes!

   - Sturdy From Fire Attacks (75%) = Firestorm, Pyromancers, Gargoyle Towers, and Firebolt Towers.
   - Sturdy From Poison Attacks (75%) = Toxic Cloud, Mortars, and Snake Towers.

   - Weak From Ice Attacks (100%) = Blizzard, Frosters, and Frost Towers.
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Arblasters (Piercing)
The Arblaster represents modern long-range warfare. He is most effective against troops.
   - Attacks (Long Range: 5.5)
   - Stronger Against = None, based from in-game stats, but they have long ranged rapid attacks!

   - Not Effective Against = Paladins, Mortars, Spikes, Barricades, Blockades, and All Towers.

   - Defenses
   - Sturdy From = None, based from in-game stats.

   - Weak From Poison Attacks (100%) = Toxic Cloud, Mortars, and Snake Towers.
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Mortars (Poison)
The Mortar is a mobile poison vehicle that is most effective against troops.
   - Attacks (Long Range: 5.0; with Poison Effect; When raiding, it will attack Troops and Castle Gates only!)
   - Stronger Against = Paladins and Arblasters.

   - Not Effective Against = Knights, Cannons, Pyromancers, Mortars, Spikes, Barricades, Blockades, and All Towers.

   - Defenses
   - Sturdy From Piercing Attacks (50%) = Swordrain, Archers, Arblasters, Spikes, and Arrow Towers.
   - Sturdy From Poison Attacks (50%) = Toxic Cloud, Mortars, and Snake Towers.

   - Weak From Fire Attacks (100%) = Firestorm, Pyromancers, Gargoyle Towers, and Firebolt Towers.
   - Weak From Ice Attacks (100%) = Blizzard, Frosters, and Frost Towers.
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- Royal Revolt 2: Best Troops for Raiding and Defense! -

Best Troops to Use - Based from Polls!
   - Since we all have different preferences and opinions, I think it is best to lay it all out as Polls instead, and let all players participate and share their thoughts. ^^

Best Troops for Raiding!
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Best Troops for Defense!
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Royal Revolt 2: Best Top Troops for Raiding - Polls
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