Where eagles dare clash of clans?

Clash of clans is a strategy game with a lot of resources and troops, players can build their own castle. In this game, you have to strategize your every move because it could mean life or death for your troops. I tried joining Clash of Clans one summer, but I didn’t know what my next moves were supposed to be. I decided to give it another go around when my family went on a ski trip.

Once they realized that I had my phone in hand, tucked away in my pocket, they knew what I was up to. When we got home from the trip, they realized how serious of a gamer I have become.

Where eagles dare clash of clans?

  • Every time you play clash of clans you get more resources and try to upgrade your buildings, but in order to do this, you have to be invited into a clan. 
  • I was finally accepted into a good clan, but after three days of being there, I decided to build my own clan with my friends who were also playing the game. We named our clan “clan no name” so when other people would challenge us to war, they didn’t know what to expect. After our clan grew bigger and bigger we were finally challenged by the biggest clan in the game. We decided that it was time for us to get revenge on all of these clans that kept kicking us out when we weren’t even trying to join the game at all.
  • I decided to show our clan a little strategy on how we can win this war with this big clan. I taught them the best way was to go to their Town Hall, which is also known as their king. Once you defeat the king of a town hall level nine or higher they automatically downgrade three levels and if they don’t have another town hall they are out of the game. I showed my clan how to get their king with air troops so without their king they can’t attack you back. Since this strategy is so easy to put in place, it’s hard for the other clan not to suspect anything when they see all of your air troops coming in at once.
  •  The next day we went into battle and took down their biggest town hall, which had been level nine. When we were done battling there was nothing left of the clan; it was all wiped out.

 

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