How To WIN Clash of Clans

Tips & Tricks For Beginners
Flod COC
Clash of Clans is one of the biggest mobile games on the planet. Here’s a quick guide on how to start playing it
Supercell rakes in over $5 million a day from Clash of Clans
Supercell was recently valued at $5.5 billion after an investment by SoftBank.
George Yao, a top-ranked player, spent six months playing Clash of Clans on five iPads -- all at the same time! He would even take his iPads into the shower with him.
Panda, one of the top 10 CoC players, told Wired that he spends nearly $7,000 a month on his Clash of Clan village. That seven grand accounts for just seven percent of his income.
In the latest Super Bowl, Clash of Clans debuted a commercial with Liam Neeson parodying his character from "Taken." It was the most viewed Super Bowl ad in 2015, and was selected by YouTube users as the second best ad from the Big Game.

According to Wired, Clash of Clans and other mobile games attribute nearly 50 percent of their revenue to just the top 10 percent of players. Oh, so that's how games stay free to play.
According to Re/code, along with bringing in millions of dollars a day, there are over 29.5 million active users in the game. You're out of the loop if you don't play this game.The Spoils of War
Gems: Highly valuable (costs real money to buy) and can be used to speed up waiting times on buildings and units, buy you more builders, and boost resources.
Gold: Used primarily for upgrading your important buildings such as you town hall. It also costs you gold when searching for other players to raid for resources.
Elixir: Main resource for training and upgrading your troops spells.
Dark Elixir: Used to train and upgrade DE troops that are unlocked later in the game. Newbies, Listen UP!
In Clash of Clans, Patience IS DEFINITELY A VirtueSetting Up A Solid Base
Get More Gold and Elixir
Raiding In Clash of Clans: DOs and DONTs
Walk Before You Run

Clash of Clans is the ever popular “freemium” game of armies, raiding, building and various other war based activities. Since its release in 2012 Clash of Clans has dominated both Google Play and the App Store, consistently hanging around in the top three in the gaming categories.

And the reason for its success? Simple: it’s addictive as hell. You play for a bit and then you want to play some more and then, before you know it, a month has passed by and you’re emotionally attached to your Clan. Don’t worry, it happens to the best of us…

Just in case you didn’t know how much of a big deal Clash of Clans is here are a bunch of facts, courtesy of Game Spot, detailing just how big a deal the game actually is

The game itself is fairly simple, standard for this style of game –– you create a base and you add things to your base, such as Barracks, Army Camps, Gold Mines, Walls, Mortars, Cannons, and other various buildings. To progress in the game you have to improve the level of each building and upgrade your army so that you can defend your base and easily attack other bases.

When you defeat other players, you collect resources which allow you to upgrade stuff –– your barracks, for instance. Victories snag you trophies too, and the number of trophies you have determines what level league you’re in.

Clan Wars is one of the best features, you join a clan and can assist each other with reinforcements and battle with other Clans for resources. But early on you don’t really have the troop numbers or the force to participate properly, so in the initial parts of the game your main focus should be getting everything upgraded. Be warned, though, upgrading takes time.

In the game there are various resources that are required for you to play and progress:

There are a couple of things that you should know if you’re new to Clash of Clans. The first of which is that you should never waste your gems as they’re expensive to buy and very hard to accumulate. My advice to you as a player myself, having made the mistakes already, is to save them and spend them wisely.

The point is, if you truly want to play this game without having to pay (and it can cost a lot!), you will need to save the Gems you earn levelling up and clearing terrain for more permanent items. It’s very easy to give in and spend them on speeding up your production, however, they would be better spent on more permanent items.

Patience is a key aspect in this game as it can take a long time for certain upgrades (some can take over 10 days!). I would recommend playing this in conjunction with a number of other games so that waiting for troops and upgrades is less painful.

Concentrate on getting more builders. These cost a lot of gems so you want to concentrate on getting all five right away, though this takes time. More builders means you will be able to upgrade your buildings quicker and, therefore, grow your clan and progress quicker.

There are various base setups, but the best way I have found is to take a look at some tried and tested methods, which you’ll find easily on Clash of Clans-dedicated YouTube channels. Here you can gain advice on the best layout for what you’re trying to achieve and this way you can test which works for you.

The only way to progress in the game is by getting more and more resources and upgrading. You can get resources (gold and elixir) in a few ways –– you get them from collector buildings; you can raid another player’s camp with your troops and get their trophies and resources. In addition to this, you can also get gold and elixir from the single player goblin map.

It might take a while to find desirable bases to raid. If this is the case, lower you trophies and league so you get a better choice and if you are very low already you will just have to persist and the right base will come! You can always join an active war clan to generate some more resources (however participating can be quite expensive, particularly if you lose). When the war is over both the winners and losers get a war resource bonus, but of course the winning team takes home the bulk of the riches.

As the game progresses it becomes increasingly more tempting to level your town hall higher and higher to get the sought after troops more quickly. This is a mistake and will cost you dearly in the long run, as the more you level up the town hall the less loot you get from the lower bases. As things get more and more expensive, it becomes very hard to get enough elixir and gold from raiding. Best practice is to max everything you have available for your town hall level and then upgrade.

When you’re starting out, pick a strategy of offence or defence. Are you going to concentrate on bulking defences then troops or vice versa? Both have their merits but if you’re wanting to keep the resources you painstakingly collect, ensuring your base is well protected is a must. But at the same time the bulk of loot comes from raiding other players (this is more fun too!), and to do this well you need decent level troops so it’s a tough decision. Personally, I found that pushing troop upgrades and upgrading buildings and resources later worked best.

There are many different raiding styles for different purposes. As with the layout of your base the best way to learn how to attack is on YouTube channels and watching how others attack in the game. You have to experiment with troop types and numbers. For instance, when farming resources (clash speak for just raiding for gold, D.E & elixir and not worrying about trophies and leagues) the best approach will be with your cheapest and quickest to build units such as Barbarians and Archers (this is called “Barching”).

That’s the basics. Now get yourself a Clan and let the pillaging COMMENCE!

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