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“Deals high damage to a small area. Looks really awesome doing it. Reduced damage to Crown Towers.”

The Party Rocket was a temporary Legendary card, only available in certain Events. It is an area-damage, air-targeting spell with a large radius that immediately defeated all troops in its area, converting them into Goblins. It could convert both players' troops. A Party Rocket card costs 5 Elixir to deploy.


  • Unlike the Rocket, the Party Rocket does not deal any damage to Crown Towers, so it should not be used with the intention to deal damage to them.
  • A good combo with the Party Rocket was with the Skeleton Army. The player can deploy the Skeleton Army and then deploy the Party Rocket on them. This would result in the Skeletons being "promoted" into Goblins, making a more threatening push.
  • In a pinch, a theatening push can be nulified with a Party Rocket for only 5 Elixir. While there will not be a good counterattack afterwards, it can ensure that the player will take no damage on their Crown Towers.
  • The Party Rocket is difficult to aim and target at fast moving troops, as the spell has a considerable cast time, but can be overcomed by an experienced player. However, it is less risky compared to the Rocket, due to its larger area radius.
    • Because of this, Party Rocket pairs very nicely with Tornado. The Tornado will drag most, if not all, desired targets into the Party Rocket's blast radius, allowing for the annihilating of large groups of troops. Make sure that the Party Rocket is launched before the Tornado, and the Tornado's center overlaps with the Party Rocket's radius. Remember that certain units resist a Tornado more than others, including charging units such as Prince and heavy units such as Giant, so this tactic may not always work. It also costs a hefty 8 Elixir, leaving you very defenseless, though it may be worth it if you are against a large push as it will nuke the push completely.
      • Aim the Rocket considerably in front of the target or at the shadow in order to hit them properly.
  • The player should be careful when aiming the Party Rocket. Using it towards troops that are close to the enemy's King Tower would result in the spawned Goblins attacking the King Tower and activating it, which could severely affect future pushes.
  • The Party Rocket will not turn troops with shields such as Dark Prince, Royal Recruits, or Guards into goblins. It will instead break their shields and do no additional damage. Because of this, it is not generally a good idea to use this against these cards unless their shields are broken or else it will most likely result in a negative elixir trade.


Party Rocket Attributes

5 4 Spell Legendary

Goblin Attributes

Hit Speed
Damage Speed
1.1 sec Very Fast (120) 0.5 (Melee: Short) Ground Ground

Card Statistics

Goblin Hitpoints
Goblin Damage
Goblin Damage per second
9 167 99 90
10 184 109 99
11 202 120 109
12 221 132 120
13 244 145 131
14 267 159 144
15 293 175 159



  • The Party Rocket card was made available in the Goblin Party Rocket Event on 27/3/2023.
  • On 3/4/2023, the Party Rocket was removed from the game.


  • On 11/3/2024, the Party Rocket was readded to the game in the Goblin Party Rocket Event.
  • On 18/3/2024, the Party Rocket was removed from the game.


  • Goblins are small, grotesque, monstrous creatures that appear in the folklore of multiple European cultures. First attested in stories from the Middle Ages, they are ascribed conflicting abilities, temperaments, and appearances depending on the story and country of origin, ranging from mischievous household spirits to malicious, bestial thieves. They often have magical abilities similar to a fairy or demon, such as the ability to shapeshift. Similar creatures include duendes, kobolds, leprechauns, and ghouls.
  • The Party Rocket is inspired by the Star Level 3 of the Rocket.
  • It is the first spell card to be temporary, not counting the removed Heal.
  • When the Party Rocket lands on the ground, you can hear multiple voices singing "Goblin party, goblin party, goblin party, goblin party!"
    • The Party Rocket is 1 of 2 spells that speak distinct words when on the field, the other being The Log.
  • The description of the Party Rocket incorrectly states that it deals damage. This is because the description is copied from the Rocket.