Friendly Challenge: Clash of Clans Account Update

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One of the exiting update for this month is the Friendly Challenge. This will allow you to attack the village of your friend or clan mate without spending your troops or stealing his/her resources. This can serve your practice ground in testing your current village.

friendly match for clash of clans account

This can test the durability of your base and your skill in attacking with your Clash of Clans Account

About the Friendly Challenge mode and how it could break Clan War. There will be more Sneak Peeks coming before the update gets released next week, so let’s focus on what they changed – and the first part is good, the second not that great.

Friendly Match Mechanics in Clash of Clans Account

Friendly Challenges Limit: They’ve been reading and listening to your reactions about Friendly Challenges, both positive and negative. Based on your feedback, they’ve made a couple of tweaks.

In Layout Replacing Restrictions – Your feedback about how Friendly Challenges might affect Clan War dynamics was super helpful. What makes Clan Wars exciting is the pressure of getting an attack right the first time. Using the new feature to endlessly practice attacks would replace one-shot attacking skill with endless, grindy repetition. To address this, layouts modified within the last 24 hours will not be available for Friendly Challenges if you are Town Hall 9 or above. Town Hall 8 and below will not have any restrictions.

Changes to War Preparation Day: In order to make the Layout cooldown 24-hours, we will also change how Scouting works on Preparation day.

Clan War Preparation for Clash of Clans Account

After the update, you will no longer be able to view an opponent’s War Base layout during Preparation Day. Instead, Scouting will show their active Village layout. This way, players can still get a good sense for the strength of War Bases they are facing, but can’t copy exact layouts for practice. Scouting during Battle Day will remain the same.

Without this change to Scouting, the Friendly Challenge cooldown would have to be 48-hours to prevent any possibility of “war practice.”

I think that the Friendly Challenge with your Clash of Clans troops is now exactly what the name says and prevents sandboxing – unless your opponent uses a very popular internet base layout, but I think in that case there are other ways to beat that base.