7 Things You Should Know About Clash Of Clans

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7 things You should know about Clash of clans in here i will give you an information about these signs, symbols, and things that appeared in clash of clans game from supercell.

Of course in the internet there are a lot of information about this things but in here i will give you different from another, so check the 7 things You should know about Clash of clans below.

7 things You should know about Clash of clans 1: Tombstones

If you are looking a lot of tombstones surrounding your base, just don’t be panic or scared, because there is a good thing for you. Tombstones means death troopers, yay i love it. These show you that someone else has already attacked this base, they are a good sign that traps have been sprung too. The sign of tombstones mean that the attacker trooper died in there. Just click on it and you will get the elixir addition for free, is that good to you??

In Clash of clans game of course, We can categorize the tombstone into two kinds which is normal troops and dark barrack troops. The normal tombstones troops usually with the brown color


7 things You Should Know about Clash of Clans
Tombstones Dark barrack troopers using black color

You should know about Clash of clans
7 things You Should Know about Clash of Clans

7 things You should know about Clash of clans 2: League Badge

Anyone who has at least on win in the current 2 week league will have League Badge. You can tell when a new League starts, because your own League Badge will turn blank with a dotted line. Past a few days into a league, if you encounter clashers without a league badge, it means they aren’t attacking (and winning). That’s a pretty good sign they aren’t active.

7 things You should know about Clash of clans 3: You are being attacked
At the Clash of clans game sometimes when we are going to open it suddenly appear the information about you are being attacked. This information means that our base is still being attacked by other person. So just wait until the time is completed then you can see what the result of attacker, is it success or failure.



What should know about Clash of clans
7 things You Should Know about Clash of Clans


7 things You should know about Clash of clans 4: Are you There?

When your shield is down and you are away from your village, the pillaging can be quick and brutal. There are many varied Clash of Clans strategies for defense – but none compare to simply being in your park. Even with the newly added “Personal Break“, you can still log some serious time where you are completely invulnerable. But there is a catch – your device timeout. Normally a quick timeout is a good thing – it saves battery life, which is good for ya know… phone and stuff. 


things You should know about Clash of clans
7 things You Should Know about Clash of Clans
In Clash of Clans the device timeout is more like the instant before you hit a cornfield running backwards with your pants down. The point is, you want the maximum timeout possible. During an active raid session, life will often distract you temporarily (silly life), and there is nothing more heartbreaking than taking a big loss during a one or two minute idle period. Set your device timeout to 5 minutes or more, and you’ll get the full benefit of the maximum idle time SuperCell allows. Beyond 5 minutes you’ll get a prompt that requires you to reload your game. Note also that this tactic will drain your battery fast, so it’s a good idea to just plug in for the duration.

7 things You should know about Clash of clans 5: Resource Gold and elixir saving

So obviously it is a good thing to check your collectors often and move what they’ve collected into storages because of the fact that storages are few and normally better guarded, and collectors are many and typically not well guarded. As you get more experienced attacking and defending, it makes sense to learn the math behind how many resources are vulnerable.
Collector Percent Advantage: Only 20% of Gold/Elixir stored in Storages can be stolen per raid, this compares to 50% of Gold/Elixir stored in Collectors. Similarly, only 5% of Dark Elixir stored in the Dark Elixir Storage can be stolen, versus 75% of Dark Elixir stored in Drills.


 things You should know about Clash of clans
7 things You Should Know about Clash of Clans


Collector Resource Caps: Gold/Elixir stored in Storages has a maximum cap of 198000 resources that can be stolen per raid. Collectors have no such limit. Similarly, the Dark Elixir Storage has a 2000 cap, and the Dark Elixir Drill has no such cap.


 things You should know about Clash of clans

This means that every time you check your village and move resources to your storages, you are greatly increasing the percentage that is safe. It makes it a very good idea to empty all of your collectors when your shield is about to run out, even if you don’t really have time to raid. Keeping in mind these percentages can also help you analyze villages to attack, especially from the “Revenge” view, where you have plenty of time and can see the actual quantities in each storage.

7 things You should know about Clash of clans 6: XBow Visual 

To many, the XBow can be a daunting defense to deal with. It shoots fast and has a huge range, which can really rip up an attacking force. One of the keys to a lot of Clash of Clans Strategies is just to know when your opponent is weak, and for the XBow SuperCell provides two great visual clues.

Empty Crossbow


xbow empty
7 things You Should Know about Clash of Clans

XBow Empty: When you see an XBow with no “string” and no “elixir cannister”, you are in the clear. Some other poor chief took arrows to the face and private areas so you don’t have to. Empty XBows are no threat at all, but keep in mind that Giants and Balloons will still target them.

Xbow air angle Xbow ground angle


xbow ground target
7 things You Should Know about Clash of Clans

XBow Angle: The XBow has two settings, and can either be angled up to hit both ground and air targets, or set “level” to target only ground troops. When in the “level” position, it cannot hit air targets at all. This means that Dragons, Balloons, Minions, and Healers have nothing to fear from it. When it is angled up the range is also slightly reduced for both ground and air, but it is still pretty significant.


xbow air target

7 things You should know about Clash of clans 7: Inferno Visual

Inferno tower visual sometimes make us confused right? here, i will give an information about it. You can take a look at it if there is no burning flame in top of it so it mean the inferno tower isn’t ready to battle.


inferno clash of clans

Inferno tower clash of clans also have two modes in defending the area. We can set it in single core defence, or multicore defence. In the single core which can give a huge damage for one trooper from 10-1000 damage.


inferno clash of clans

Inferno tower clash of clans in multicore mode can attack more than 3 enemy troops, so check it first when you are intended to raid this base.

inferno clash of clans


7 things You should know about Clash of clans article is made to give you a brief information about clash of clans. thanks for reading this article and if there is any question or comments feel free to do it in the section below. 

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