Skylords Reborn

Juice Tank is a Tier 2 (Tokenslot Orb Neutral.pngTokenslot Orb Frost.png) Icon Building.pngBuilding of the Frost faction. This uncommon card was released with the Twilight Edition and has no affinity variants, nor a promo version.

This card has been changed already, compared to its original appearance in BattleForge.

A special structure that is designed to prolong your power gain by reducing the expense of reserve power from wells near it.


This card has no associated lore.

Card Info

Support building, does not attack.
The Juice Must Flow
Card Icon Passive.png Passive: Within a 25m radius the remaining capacity of own and friendly Power Wells takes 40 / 45 / 50 / 55% longer to deplete. Production per time increment remains the same.

Notes & Strategies

Juice Tank is an incredibly good card for long matches where you need to really squeeze as much power from wells as you can. Defensive maps in particular benefit greatly from these buildings.

The card needs only one frost orb to be used, enabling it to tag along with many splash decks that include a frost orb. Although its benefit to a pure frost player is also significant.

Additionally, the buildings power cost is a dirt-cheap 50. This tank pays for itself in moments!

This building, like any unarmed structure; is completely vulnerable to attack. Although its high amount of health ensures it can take a beating, offering a leisurely window to defend it.

Campaign PvE

Juice Tanks will serve best on maps with a long gameplay time, or maps which are defensively oriented. They can often help squeeze out extra power from limited supplies or can enable a well to last longer if necessary.

Defending Hope is a prime example of a map where Juice Tank can be quite beneficial, due to the long game-time and defensive nature of the map.

Random PvE

The Juice Tank should not be used in rPvE, as those matches do not last long enough for the tank to show any true benefit. You should consider the Resource Booster Card Icon.png Resource Booster in its place, as it is better suited to faster-paced matches.


Due to the fast-paced nature of PvP, it is unlikely that juice tank would ever truly pay off in the long-run. Power is spent so quickly that a longer well lifetime often doesn't make a difference, and matches can end before a well would even drain normally.

Card Upgrades & Drop Locations

Displayed below are the card's upgrades and where to obtain them.

Juice Tank Card Icon.png Juice Tank Upgrade I Upgrade II Upgrade III
Upgrade Card
Juice Tank
Juice Tank
Juice Tank
Drop Location The Treasure Fleet Minimap.jpg The Treasure Fleet The Treasure Fleet Minimap.jpg The Treasure Fleet The Treasure Fleet Minimap.jpg The Treasure Fleet
Scenario Difficulty Standard Advanced Expert


Patch History

Patch #400031
  • Passive ability Card Icon Passive.png The Juice Must Flow:
    • Increased radius of the effect from 20m to 25m.
    • The effect now also affects allied Power Wells.
    • Improved ability tooltip and status bar description to be more consistent.
    • Adjusted the color theme of the visual effects on affected Power Wells from Shadow to Frost.
Patch #400030
  • The classification has been changed from Shrine to Device.
  • Passive ability Card Icon Passive.png The Juice Must Flow:
    • The status bar icon description for upgrade I is now properly displayed on affected wells.
Pre-Release Patch #400002
  • Improved the card's tooltip. Old tooltip was: Own power wells in a 20m radius consume 40% / 45% / 50% / 55% less power, thus producing more.

See also

Number of Orbs