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

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The Ghast is a Champion unit. The Ghast has the ability to teleport to the location of any fallen ally piece.

Quick Stat: Ghast Edit

Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4

Tier 2: Ghast+ Edit

To Upgrade from Ghast to Ghast+, you need 3 Ghast and 150 Dragon Coins.

Tier 3: Ghast++ Edit

To Upgrade from Ghast to Ghast++, you need 3 Ghast+ and 600 Dragon Coins.

Tier 4: Ghast+++ Edit

To Upgrade from Ghast to Ghast+++, you need 3 Ghast++ and 3000 Dragon Coins.

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Strategy: Ghast Edit

The obvious strategy for the Ghast is to keep it safe from harm while covering some allies in the row before him, until an ally has been taken by the opponent. The Ghast is able to teleport to the square on condition it's empty, giving the player the ability to keep up the pressure or repairing holes in the defence. Another strategy is to build a versatile army around a Ghast, Wizard and Ghosts, switching pieces around and to quickly anticipate on the moves of the opponent.

Strength: Ghast Edit

The fact that the Ghast can teleport to the square of any fallen ally makes it great for keeping an attack alive which might otherwise be ended or to strengthen a defence that has just lost a unit, like mentioned above. The ability of the Ghast to swap places with any ally in a square around it, enhances this effect and enables players to switch pieces around to reorganize an army. Teamed up with other pieces that can swap places with allies, the Ghast can add quite some versatility to an army. Ghast++ and Ghast+++ have more options with a better range then the non upgraded Ghast and bring even more possibilities to switch around pieces.

Weakness: Ghast Edit

Not upgraded, the Ghast has very limited movement options and low mobility. Therefore it's vulnerable when attacked by ranged units or units with a bigger attack range like rangers, bishops, etc. Even the fully upgraded version can only move two squares either direction. Its also lacks offensive power, as the attack range is only one adjacent square.