How to find a clan in Clash of Clans

In the hit game by Supercell, Clash of Clans, players focus on improving their town’s defensive and offensive capabilities by collecting and applying resources to upgrades. One aspect of this game that many players find hard to fully grasp is the clan system. With the clan system, players can create or join groups of players to share troops and participate in clan wars. This adds a social level to Clash of Clans, as the game becomes more fulfilling and interesting when your clan consists of people you know from real life.

When first beginning development of your town, the Clan Castle exists in a ruined state and costs 10, 000 gold to be repaired; once this cost is paid, the clan castle is repaired instantly and players gain the ability to join clans from around the world. Clans can exist as public or private groups and can range from anywhere between one and fifty members. Once a player joins a clan, they gain the ability to communicate with and Request Troops from the other members of that clan.

Requesting Troops sends out a request that can be viewed within the clan’s message board that allows players to donate any previously produced and unused troops. Clan members can donate any type of troop, even those that the requesting player has not unlocked through upgrading the barracks. The limit to troop donations comes from the level of the clan castle, as players start out with 10 housing spaces and gain an additional 5 with each upgrade, not to mention increases to war storage for elixir and gold, which will be further explained later on. Troops stored within the clan castle can be used for both offense and defense.

On offense, these clan castle troops can be deployed in a cluster during an attack without the cost of utilizing housing space in the army camps. This creates potential for various strategies based on careful selection of army camp troops and coordination with clan members for selection of clan castle troops. On defense, these clan castle troops will leave the castle and attack invading forces once the invaders have entered the castle’s area of range. This can significantly improve the defensive capabilities of a player’s town through the distraction of hostile troops, such as with a clan castle housing a dragon. Like the general structure of the game, the competition between players can extend to competition between clans.

A clan’s value and rank is based on the sum of its members’ trophy count. All clans can compete in a unique league of attack and defense known as Clan Wars. In Clan Wars, clans face an opposing clan of similar rank and development and the top 10 players from each clan attempt to destroy the other players’ defensive set up in order to receive up to three stars, based on the level of destruction. In this game mode, players receive 24 hours of preparation before the war begins to determine their town’s defensive layout, finish any last minute upgrades, and donate troops to fellow clan members.

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Players can also scout the opposing clan’s defensive set ups to best determine the method and troops for successful invasion. Players must decide on and create a war layout before the end of preparation day, as no changes can be made after preparation day is over. On battle day, each player is allowed to attack the opposing clan twice but only the most destructive attack is counted against a particular player. Players can watch replays of attacks on both sides to analyze strength of attack and which areas of defense are most susceptible to attack. Players do not lose gold, elixir, or dark elixir from being successfully attacked; the attacking player earns war gold, war elixir, and war dark elixir from successful attacks that is received at the end of the war and varies in amount based on which clan did better. The victorious clan is decided by the clan with the most offensive stars after battle day, or the first clan to reach a total of 30 destruction stars.  Overall, clans provide a social way to receive additional troop reinforcement and compete for additional resources against other players.

Advertising for Clash Of Clans

Why would you need to advertise for Clash of Clans? Well, you don’t – not specifically. Presumably, given the overwhelming popularity of the game, the Clash of Clans developers have more than adequately taken care of that.

There are reasons, however, why you might want to spread the word around a bit more than it already has been, some of which have to do with the game’s primary focus: the formation of clans, the organized groups of players which compete against each other online.

Whether you’re joining an established clan, for all of the benefits that that association might bring, or you’re trying to create your own clan – one of the most noteworthy achievements in the game – you might find yourself wanting to add a few more names to the clan roster.

You can advertise in global chat, work on your clan’s ranking, and focus on keeping only quality players in your clan; that way, you can create an attractive group for other skilled and experience players, strong assets to your cause, to want to join up with. When that’s not enough, however… how can you go above and beyond, to find yet more people to join your clan?


Talk to Your Friends

Do you have any friends, online gaming acquaintances, or other associates who might be interested in playing Clash of Clans with you, whether or not they already play the game at all? Many people have smartphones nowadays, and such mobile devices are the only thing required to play Clash of Clans… other than the willingness to download the game and get started.

With that in mind, it’s possible that you might know a few people yourself who would be interested in picking up the game, and who would be only too happy to benefit from the guidance and perks involved in joining a clan early on in their Clash of Clans career.
This is especially simple if the person you’re bringing on board doesn’t already play the game. There are a lot of virtues by which Clash of Clans can be sold, including the simplicity of its mechanics, the ease by which underlying concepts may be understood, and the simple “fun factor” of an exciting and competitive game to play with friends during one’s spare time.

Such a new player will be less skilled than one who already has some experience, but they’ll also most likely be easy to persuade to take up with your clan for protection. More experienced players might not be so eager if your clan isn’t especially large yet – they might even be more interested in facing you as an enemy (all in good friendship, of course)!

Spread the Word Online

There are many places online where it’s possible to put a surreptitious advertisement for something you’re involved in… as long as it’s not too blatant. For instance, most internet forums, message boards, and bulletin boards have something called a “signature,” within which you can embed almost any kind of content… from a brief line of text, to HTML coding, to images.

Some websites even allow for videos in their users’ signatures, although such Sites are often so choked with content as to be relatively worthless for advertising purposes. That being said, a simple tagline – coupled with a link – can be inserted into your signature, turning every post and comment you make on a given Website into its own freestanding advertisement for your Clan.

There are many Websites dedicated to Clash of Clans, to online gaming in general, and to clan- or club-based online gaming. Many of these Sites provide locations within which you may legitimately advertise your clan, perhaps with a post dedicated solely to the purpose.

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Some clan owners might even insist that their members each do something like this, at least once – if not on a recurring basis. This is a place where you can go wild: describe your clan’s goals, and explain why someone would want to join your clan, in greater detail. is crowded with videos relating directly to the Clash of Clans game. People upload video tutorials, or simply record and share some of their favorite moments within the game… whether a resounding victory, or a crushing defeat (either one can be memorable).

YouTube comments are a notorious breeding ground for hostile and trollish online personas, but a short, well-crafted line encouraging players to give your clan a look can sometimes stand out amidst all of the chaos. Plus, with something so narrowly focused as a particular aspect of a specific online game, you’re less likely to have a lot of excess content and far more likely to see intelligent and perceptive commentary on the game itself.

Overview on Clash of Clans strategy

Strategy Time!

That’s right, it’s time to discuss strategy… on this glorious and beautiful day (the time and date this was written, it was snowing outside with a wind chill below zero. The author is just being facetious and incredibly sarcastic). But the strategy part is at least real, because without strategy a game is just pressing buttons and hoping something good happens.

In that fashion, such a game would have a lot in common with how most people decide who they’re going to marry… not to mention how they live their lives, leaving everything up to a craps shoot. I’m getting off-topic, though… back to Clash of Clans.

Strategy isn’t defined, in this instance by how one expects to survive through a marriage when the other one is holding the gun (figuratively speaking… mostly). In this case, strategy is defined for a single video game, and that brings us to Clash of Clans again, where people learn the finer tips of how to properly navigate through the game without looking like an idiot. Unless of course you’re wearing a funny-looking hat while playing.

In the meantime, the non-hat wearing people can follow me to camera two. I’m afraid that there’s no time for a warm-up; we’ve got a lot of information to cover and little enough time to do it in.


  1. Number one in the strategy guide is to know how to work around your level. Seriously! Once you start a game it’s pretty easy to assume that low-level strikes and hits are gonna happen, and that you’ll do a lot of ass kicking yourself, but the buffer zone only lasts between level one and six. Strategy is pretty easy to dictate and handle at this point; you’ve got a “newbie shield” protecting you for your first three days, so build up your resource gathering and storage capacity as much as you can, particularly the gathering side of things.

    Following the same advice, for people just starting, you’ll jump straight into a Town Hall level 2 by the end of the tutorial (which you are heartily encouraged to complete). It cannot be stressed enough, however: try and level up all structures equally! Don’t let your Town Hall outpace everything else!

  2. Point #2 is next, mostly because 2 follows 1 naturally in most situations. This is actually something of a restatement, because the information cannot be stressed enough… in any Clash of Clans strategy guide for beginners, the most effective method is the method everyone’s talking about… level up your structures evenly!


    By the time you reach level six and up you’ll notice that not only are times getting longer in between structure builds, but with new structures you get, you’re stuck with a waiting period in between for beginning structures built.

    You get more wall for instance, and increased turrets, plus new buildings to meet your expanding needs. All of this is predicated on the assumption that you’ve already built what you’ll need to take advantage of it right away, including the expanded resource gathering and storage needed to work relatively quickly.

    None of those things are coming if you advance your Town Hall to level five or six right away, so you’ll have quite some work ahead of you—spend the time, build the structures, don’t Mickey Mouse it.

  3. Between levels 2 through 6, farming should be the ultimate goal. When your Town Hall reaches 4, not much has changed from lower levels, and raids will give you pretty decent resources, but always shoot high—go for 30k gold and elixir as a minimum basis and always expect to try and go higher. Reason for this? Wait time in between mixed with resource cost in between, this amount is going to help you turn a profit per raid.

    Also, try not to stress too much if you get hit by giants and archers around this point. Why? Giants cost a lot, and you won’t see a need for them until way later on. Figure out your limitations and focus small for now, it’ll take you far.

  4. Don’t be ashamed to look to others for advice, and try to find a decent clan. Your fellow clan members will be the ones helping you to pick up your slack when you aren’t entirely sure what it is that you’re supposed to be doing. They will be especially beneficial in raid defense too depending on, so don’t discount them, or the advice they can give you based off of their own experiences too.

    I find an effective and strong clan is one that supports one another. Often times these clans are defined by having their own blog site to discuss ideas for raid tips and the like, so be on the look out for that.


  5. Final tip of the day; know your opposition. Splash damage for instance is one way that people find themselves suffering, and in massive amounts too. When scoping out sites for a raid become aware of mortar towers and wizard towers that can cause splash damage due to high placement and location, and be wary of which troops you send out first for the attach. If you’re not careful you can literally send a whole platoon to their swift and untimely death in less than a couple of minutes.

Building a Mighty Clan Part II

Clash of Clans has, at its heart, a focus on building relationships with other players – whether they’re friends, or complete strangers that you come to know through the game itself. You forge alliances, and join clans, with the ultimate goal of conquering every enemy that presents itself before you.

In the previous installment on this topic, we covered the early steps of creating your own clan; doing so, and having it become successful, could be considered a major achievement within the game itself, but how do you do that without your newly created organization being abruptly swept aside by some other, well-established clan?

The topics that have already been covered include waiting until you’re at least level 60, with a Town Hall of at least level 7, and also having a clear purpose in mind for the clan before you start recruiting. Now, we’ll move on to the subsequent steps that you need to take into account – if you want your clan to not only succeed, but also to become powerful and resilient. There is a great deal of emotional satisfaction involved in creating and running a successful clan, and nobody wants their new clan to disappear overnight.

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Name the Beast

It might sound trivial to some, but anybody who pursues any sort of sales, marketing, or design will tell you that having a good name is crucial. The first thing that any potential recruit will see isn’t how successful your clan is, or how many members it already has, or how dedicated you are to its success.

The first thing they’re going to see is the name of your clan. It has to be something that’s somehow eye-catching, something which makes the sort of impression that leaves someone not only willing to join but also, somehow, potentially interested in your clan in particular.

You want to come up with something that’s fresh and exciting. “The Cool Clan” is neither of those things; seriously, how much effort went into that? Nobody that you want on your side when your back is to the wall is going to take that seriously.

It’s not creative, it’s not original, it’s not particularly in-depth when it comes to representing Clash of Clans thematically, it speaks to a general lack of concern – seriously, it’s not brain surgery or rocket science, but it would be nice to know that you’re playing with people who at least find the game fun – and, perhaps worst of all, it’s dreadfully boring.

 Look at successful clan names already in existence, and try to come up with something suitable to the game… something with a little flavor to it. “The Whitesmen” perks up a little interest upon reading it, as does “The Harpy’s Talon,” if for entirely different reasons… but your specific reasoning isn’t particularly important, not nearly as much so as the name itself sounding as though it’s suited to the game, appropriate to an organization encompassing a diverse group of players, and fun. It must be fun.

Creating something that sounds like it might have a little history behind it is one way to go. That could be the history of your clan itself, within a sense of the world of Clash of Clans actually existing as its own real place. Alternatively, it could also be a history of the organization in a sense that transcends Clash of Clans; perhaps your clan has its roots in a “greater” organization, a gaming clan that spans multiple games, with the same core members involved in each one (more or less).

Such a clan might have its own Website, independent of Clash of Clans. This is a great way to get people interested in “The Pirate’s Daughters,” or “The Splendid Kilts,” or “The Green Archon’s Flame.”

 A Symbol is An Idea

Choose a good symbol for your clan. If your clan name incorporates colors, or themes, try to pick colors for the symbol that reflect those which you’ve chosen. A good clan symbol might make would-be enemies think twice, once you’re strong enough to hold them off… but the real benefit to it is recognition.

When your clan is successful and powerful, your clan’s symbol will be instantly recognized, and other, unaffiliated players will know that they’d better think twice before giving anyone who’s a member of your clan any trouble.

Write a Good Description

Your clan’s bio exists to help you with recruiting, so write up a friendly and informative description for your clan. Include things like your clan’s purpose – hardcore, farming, or casual – and consider putting in certain basic clan rules, so that prospective members are well-informed about what to expect upon joining.

This can always be done individually, as players join, but some people find the assertiveness of having the rules pasted for all to see in the clan’s bio as a confident gesture unto itself. Consider using flavored text, such as accents or archaic words, to make your clan’s bio stand out as more memorable.

Ultimately, what you put into your clan’s bio is up to you – you’re the boss – but it should speak to “why would I want to join Balrog’s Eye?” in a way that clearly expresses the benefits of signing up.

Building a Mighty Clan Part I

So, basically, Clash of Clans is a game about running off all by your lonesome and defeating your enemies in a series of one-on-one engagements… nah, not really. Actually, the game is all about building clans, forming alliances, growing your forces, and taking out your opponents – which consist of other players who are for the most part trying to do the same thing.

Seriously… There’s always that one weirdo who wants to play the game for the sake of building up a civilization, only to stand gloating over its inhabitants’ everyday activities as though he were some sort of godhead, feared and marveled over by countless unthinking digital creatures; that being said, most people play the game with some intention of winning versus other thinking people in mind.

So, on that note, let’s discuss a few finer points on the subject matter of building a nigh-unbeatable clan. First off, in case you’re new: what is a “clan” in Clash of Clans? Some newbies (takin’ it back!) appear to be under the impression that a clan is what you’re building: the collection of walls and structures that allow you to produce units. That is not the case. A clan is an organized union of different players who pledge to work together towards a common goal.

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As is the case with many multiplayer online games, most notably within the massively multiplayer roleplaying game industry, Clash of Clans includes built-in programming to make clans “official” within the game. There are a lot of perks to starting your own clan, and… really, no major drawbacks; I mean, the game is called “Clash of Clans.” That’s more or less the whole point of it – by encouraging people to join or form clans, the game’s developers encourage people to bring their friends on board, thereby gathering more new players.

Hold Off!

If you’re new to the game, or you’re at a low level – generally speaking, anything below level 60 – you should probably hold off on the urge to create a clan of your very own. You would be well-advised to look for an existing clan to join, in particular one that encourages new players to join up and learn how the game works in the process of playing it. Clash of Clans doesn’t have the steepest learning curve of any game around, but it does have enough complications of its own that you should learn what you’re doing before you set yourself up with a big shiny bull’s eye on the back of your… head.

Be Strong (with the Force… no, not really, just Be Strong)

When you create a new clan, be sure that you have a Town Hall that’s level 7 or 8 itself. When you’re the center of power for a clan, you want to look tough, otherwise other clans will smell an opportunity. What does opportunity smell like, you might ask (though you probably didn’t)? It smells like a level 6 or lower Town Hall – someone who’s not quite strong enough with their current base to head a clan, who was over-eager to get their own clan off the ground and running.

Figure Out What You Want to Do

Unofficially, in terms of how experienced Clash of Clans players view clans, there are more or less three different types. Hardcore clans are out to play the game, and win, through the aggressive use of clan-related tactics. Farming clans are designed to provide their members with additional resources. Finally, casual gaming clans exist for people who just want to have fun – without taking Clash of Clans itself too seriously (though many often do, regardless; the game is addicting that way).

Before you create your clan, figure out how you want to go about playing the game, and what strategy you want your new clan to help its members fulfill. If you want to create a casual clan, you really don’t need a lot of advice beyond what you’ve already been told – be prepared, and make sure both you and your town hall are at a sufficient level to hold your own while your clan is being built up.

If you want to build a farming clan, likewise, you don’t have to worry about much more than being clear about what it is that you want to do: farm for resources, for the purposes of gaining high-level troops.

Be Prepared

If you want to create a hardcore clan… that’s a bit of a different story. You need to be ready to deal with aggressive players on your own team who might have different ideas about clan leadership than what you do.

You need to be prepared to face down powerful enemies as you constantly wage war against your friends and neighbors, your friends’ neighbors, your friends’ mothers, your friends’ mothers’ neighbors, and the creepy dude down the street who always talks to your dog whenever he sees you walking it, but never has a word for you (weirdo).

Naming your Clash of Clans base

If you’ve been playing Clash of Clans for quite some time, perhaps you’ve debated changing your name before. Whether your name is unsatisfactory to you anymore, or it contains some kind of unprofessional racist or sexist slur, you may not want it anymore. In addition, you may be thinking about making your own clan with some of your friends, and you could be having a hard time naming your clan!

Whatever the case may be, in this article we’re going to talk all about naming in Clash of Clans. We’ll go over changing your name, some good suggestions, and discuss everything relevant to names in Clash of Clans. Let’s begin.

Your Personal Clash of Clans Name

This is the first thing to discuss in this article. You want the best name for your character, it’s a fact. If you’re going to play a game for a long time, your name is a representation of who and what you are. Is your name something super immature or offensive? Did you make your name a few years ago when you were a different person than the one you are? Whatever the case may be, there are a few ways you can go about potentially changing or fixing your name. We’re going to look at what can be done to fix your old name that you currently hate!

Option 1 (The Hard Way) – Making a New Character

You already know how to progress in Clash of Clans quickly, but don’t like your old name? Make a new one! This is the hard way of doing things, and should be a last resort only. It can be fun to restart your character, and playing with newbies when you’re obviously experienced can be fun at times, even if it is easy. You also get to unlock everything a second time, and you’ll have a name you actually like this time around. It can kill two birds with one stone.

When deleting your character do it the right way though. Just deleting the shortcut on your phone won’t get rid of the app. You need to completely wipe your data off your phone! Otherwise it’ll stay there. You can find out how to properly delete Clash of Clans with a quick Google search.

Option 2 (The Easy Way) – Email SuperCell or Clash of Clans

Let’s now look over how to do this in the right way. You should try this before doing option 1 unless restarting your game sounds intriguing. There are two ways to easily contact SuperCell. You can either find their email online on their website, and try to reach their attention by typing something like “Clash of Clans Report Problem” or “Clash of Clans Change Name” in the subject head, then write a nice message to them asking them to politely change your name.

Another way of doing this is to go directly in your Clash game, head over to settings, and click “help and support”. From there, click on the search icon and scroll down until you see the contact us button. Click that and send your message to SuperCell. We recommend giving them a week to reply. If they haven’t replied after that, chances are they’re not getting back to you about your name change. At that point you can try option 1.

Naming Your Clan Something Great in Clash of Clans

There are a lot of factors you should take into consideration when naming your clan on Clash. The first thing you should factor in is the type of people in your clan. Are you playing with strict co-workers from your office job? Or are you playing with your high school buddies just to blow off some steam? Your clan name should represent what you and your clan is.

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A cool name can strike fear, or laughter into your enemies’ hearts. SuperCell is fairly lenient about names as long as it’s not something very obscene or vulgar. We have one method to suggest that can work for naming your clan. Usually your clan will have a good few people, so try having everyone put up their own original name, and have the clan members vote on the name. This way, the best name will likely win out. Another way is to just have the clan leader name the clan, but that’s a lot more boring than having a democracy for choosing your clan name! Clash of Clans is a serious game for many people, and clan names are important as well.

Hopefully you enjoyed this article going over names in Clash of Clans. If you came here looking for a bit of lighthearted advice, we hope you got what you were looking for. Thanks for reading, and feel free to check out the rest of our website!

The best strategy for upgrading town hall level 8

All Clash of Clan players know that upgrading town hall 8 is one of the most important aspects of the game. There are many new structures and defenses introduced at this stage and you need to use your builders wisely to get the maximum use out of them. Building up the defenses of your main resources should be the highest priority right now. Once this is done, go ahead with upgrades to towers, mortars, cannons and other weapons. Here is step-by-step guide to achieving this in the most effective manner.

1. Upgrade Laboratory and Clan Castle

This is the first task that must be completed. Assign one of the builders to these tasks. It is only by upgrading the laboratory to Level 6 that you will be able to get all upgrades for Archer, Barbarian, Goblin and other characters.

The Clan Castle upgrades are essential in order to improve your defensive strength. Apart from that, you can also store greater quantity of loot.

2. Build Extra Walls for Improving Defense

The first thing you will need to decide is how many layers of walls need to be created. This depends a lot on how you upgrade your major resources. There are two methods you can follow for this:

a. Strictly speaking, at this stage of the game, it is enough to have just two storage points for your main resources (Gold Storage, Elixir Storage, Town Hall and Dark Elixir Storage). This is because no building at this stage needs more resources than what are provided by two points of storage. If you decide to follow this strategy, then all you need to upgrade is three layers of wall to protect these resources. However, there is another method you can employ.

b. Some players prefer using three points of storage instead of the usual two. While it may seem like a waste, there is one big advantage with this. What happens with three storage point is that it becomes much harder for opponents to loot your resources. This is because of the loot cap system that prevents the opponent form taking more than 300k of Gold and Elixir. If it spread out over two points, then the enemy will get only 150k and if it is over three points, then only 100k.

As you can see, both methods have their own advantages and disadvantages. Choose the one that best suits your style of play. If you follow the first strategy then three layers of wall should be enough to protect your resources. For the second method, you will need to build more walls.

3. Add new defensive structures like Archer Tower, Defense Tower and Wizard Tower

You can use two builders to accomplish these tasks, as they will require a little more effort. Once you have got all the new structures, rearrange the entire base to make it defensively as strong as possible.

Town Hall 8

4. Make all dark-elixir updates

The drill needs to be built and upgraded immediately. While this may seem counterintuitive, remember that Dark elixir is easily your best resource when it comes to Town Hall 8. And the drill will help in producing a sizable amount of it. Generally it take you about 2-3 months to get all your upgrades in Town Hall 8. So if the drill is up and ready early, then you will be produce more than 65,000 dark elixir.

The first step is to build and upgrade the dark elixir drill. After that make sure that you upgrade the Dark elixir storage structure. Again this may seem unnecessary because there is no way that you will reach the maximum Dark elixir storage cap. But this upgrade is to ensure that your Dark Elixir resource is kept safe. After all, you are going to be hit by lightning spells on a regular basis. A higher level of the storage structure will ensure that you do not end up losing as much elixir.

5. Upgrading Walls to Crystal Type

This upgrade will only be possible during the last stages of Town Hall Level 8. By now you would have more than enough resources and should be able to upgrade all your walls to the crystal type. Start from the inner wall and slowly keep the upgrades going outwards. If possible, surround the Wizard Towers with crystal type walls as this benefit you a lot during raids and attacks.

Sick and tired of having your base farmed in Clash of Clans?

As the title above says, aren’t you just sick and tired of waiting for your gold to accumulate just so you have enough saved to upgrade your Town Hall?

What about all these players who’ve been playing the game since day 1 and are just handing your ass to you on a silver platter? What the heck are you doing wrong that you just can’t catch a break?

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4 Great tips for Clash of Clans

Once you have played Clash of Clans for some time, you will look for some Clash of Clans secrets, hacks, tips and strategies. This valuable information will help you enjoy the game more, and overcome obstacles easily. In this post, we have discussed some excellent secrets regarding this fun and entertaining game.

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Town Hall

Before you upgrade to the next Town Hall, you should take your time. You should never rush into upgrading the game. It’s important to max out your buildings and defenses for the Town Hall level before you move on to the next. This is one of the most important tips for the game.

If you rush to the next level, it can slow you down, and even crush you at times. Therefore, it’s important to take all the time you need to completely max out your resources before moving on to the next level. This approach will also make the raids more remunerative. Moreover, you won’t be penalized much.

This approach is even more important when you’re going from Town Hall level 7 to 8. You need to be maxed out and strong before you reach this level. Most players consider this the toughest transition in the game. If you are playing with an undeveloped Town Hall level 7, it will bog you down.

Raid Inactive Players

Though this is not a huge secret, it’s always worth mentioning. When you’re planning to raid, you will want a massive loot. A good way to accomplish this task is to look for some inactive players with full Elixir and Gold Mines collectors.

It’s easy to look for inactive players. They don’t have any League Assignment next to the name. This will lead to an easy raid, and a huge payout. Moreover, their Clan Castle will also be empty. Even when you need to skip over 30 bases to find such players, it’s worth it. Some players even win over 1 million in a single raid from these inactive players.


The Revenge feature is perhaps one of the most overlooked Clash of Clans secrets. With this feature, it’s possible to inspect the attacker’s village anytime, and even wait for him to gather numerous resources.

The Revenge feature also allows you to see how much the attacker’s got in his reserves. In addition to this, you can also inspect the Clan Castle, and learn how many troops it holds. When used well, your defense log can act as a gold mine.

Load up Barracks

Last but not the least, it’s better to load up barracks with some expensive guys before logging out. It’s worth mentioning that every penny you spend on the barracks can be refunded afterwards. Thus, your elixirs will be protected.

It’s perfect to use Wall Breakers to fill up your barracks. They occupy only 2 slots, and cost just 3000 elixirs at level 5. In order to get 4 maxed out barracks, you will need 900,000 elixirs. This will be great security for such huge assets. Before you log out, it’s important to fill up your army camp. The same can be done with Dark Barracks. You can even fill them with hog riders.