Top Clash of Clans Strategies That No One Will Tell You About

The main reason why Clash of Clans managed to remain one of the most popular mobile games in the world even though it’s been a couple of years since it originally launched is because players keep coming up with clever strategies that make the game feel fresh and fun to play. Learning combat strategies and using them when attacking enemies is what makes the difference between an average player and a great one!

Know Your Enemy

The most important advice that we can give Clash of Clans players who aspire to get better is to learn their enemy. The game offers a waiting period before every war beings and players need to make the most of it by studying what type of troops, wall layouts and defense the enemy has.

Resources Matter the Most!

Clash of Clans players who are preparing to unleash an attack of an enemy should do their best in order to lower the amount of resources they need. The reason behind this being so that the attacking player can get as many extra resources from the defending player in order to make the attack worth it. Therefore, choosing a to attack weaker enemy is a wise thing to do in Clash of Clans.

Losing Fights is Not the End

Obviously, no one likes losing a fight, but this doesn’t mean that the game ends after getting defeated. In fact, there are many players who leave their Town Halls open to attacks and the reason they are doing this is to get the 12 hours shield they receive after being defeated.

The best thing about this is that the shield is guaranteed to everyone who lose a fight, even though they don’t spend any resources in that fight. With that said, Clash of Clans players who want to develop their base for 12 hours without having to worry about incoming attacks can choose to lose a fight.

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