Cookie Run Kingdom Topping Guide

Best Clover Cookie Toppings Build (Cookie Run Kingdom)

The beginning of Cookie Run Kingdom is easy, but if you want to make any serious progress with the game then you will need to kit yourself out with the best cookies and toppings. In fact, the later levels are almost impossible without the right build.

This page is part of our complete Cookie Run Kingdom Topping Guide and details the best toppings for Clover Cookie.

What Toppings Go On Clover Cookie?

The best toppings for Clover Cookie are 5 x Searing Raspberry topping. It will give Clover Cookie a much-needed attack boost for those later levels. You can use 5 x Sweet Candy if you are struggling with healing instead. 

In some cases, you may wish to replace this with 5 x Swift Chocolate, which will reduce the cooldown rate of Clover Cookie’s special ability. This can make it easy to get through sections where huge debuffs are being hit by your team. 

Clover Cookie Build Description

Clover Cookie is a support character that sits at the rear of the cookie pack. Clover Cookie can provide light healing, but he is mostly used for removing debuffs.

Clover Cookie’s special ability is Bard’s Song which can heal up to 12% of ATK every 1 second for 5 seconds. This will also be paired with a debuff that will remove all debuffs from the other cookies. 

Best Clover Cookie Team

Here is the best Clover Cookie team in Cookie Run Kingdom:

  1. Dark Choco (Front)
  2. Princess Cookie (Front)
  3. Rye Cookie (Middle)
  4. Espresso Cookie (Middle)
  5. Clover Cookie (Rear)

Bookseller’s Monocle is a great treasure to use with this team. This is because Clover Cookie sometimes needs an extra boost on the healing front. 

Is Clover Cookie Good?

Clover Cookie is not recommended. He is a slow healer who has little output. While he may be fine in some builds, most people ignore Clover Cookie due to other healing/support cookies doing a far better job.

Clover cookie works best when you need a cookie to deal with debuffs however, even then, the debuff capabilities of Clover Cookie are slow in comparison to other cookies. 

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