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The AxeMan. is a Minion Unit from the Clan Box.

Table of Contents: Quick Stat & Upgrades | Strategy | Upgrades (+/-)

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Quick Stat: Axeman Edit

Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4

Tier 2: Axeman+ Edit

To Upgrade from Axeman to Axeman+, you need 5 Axeman and 25 Dragon Coins.

Changes from Axeman: Adds one movement from starting position

Tier 3: Axeman++ Edit

To Upgrade from Axeman+ to Axeman++, you need 5 Axeman+ and 100 Dragon Coins.

Changes from Axeman+: Diagonal moves are now move or attack

Tier 4: Axeman+++ Edit

To Upgrade from Axeman++ to Axeman+++, you need 5 Axeman++ and 500 Dragon Coins.

Changes from Axeman++: Adds one diagonal move only range from starting position

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Strategy: Axeman Edit

Strength: Axeman Edit

Placing two Axeman next to each other in any location on your front line offers strong protection for that area. They can attack forward and sideways, effectively covering each other and a small section of the board for low cost. It's very tough for champions to infiltrate an area guarded by two adjacent axeman.

Axeman has a large attack area for a minion, and can be used defensively to defend a large area of critical squares. Axeman+ is strictly better than a pawn, so whatever defense using pawns may also be replaced with slightly upgraded versions.

Weakness: Axeman Edit

Axeman has very limited mobility, especially at lower tiers, and generally will not be very effective at attacking.

Axemen can be powerful, but they need good backup to be truly effective, either to take advantage of the spaces they cover, or to cover their blind spot for them.

Axeman is also one of the more expensive minions, so usually, only a couple will be used to protect the center.