You already know where to find the official Clash Royale website operated by Supercell. You know where Supercell’s Clash Royale Forums are too. You’re probably a regular on r/ClashRoyale. So, let’s dive a little deeper into the Clash Royale sites on the web.
What is it going to take to get on the US leaderboard?
For the last week, I’ve been tracking our clan score against the 200th position on the US clan leaderboard. I wanted to know if it was even possible for our group to make it onto that list. There is a lot of variation in both numbers, some days we’re getting closer and some days we’re falling behind. Currently, we are 6,488 trophies away from the top 200 and 863 trophies further away than we were a week ago. Is it possible to turn that around? Continue reading Squad Goals
Understanding “Clan Score” can help you set personal goals.
In Clash Royale, clans are ranked by their Clan Trophies. This number appears at the top of the clan chat screen. Tap the “i” next to this score and you’ll see more clan stats and the same number referred to as “Clan Score.” Confusingly, Supercell also refers to this number as “Clan Points” in their support documentation. It doesn’t matter what you call it, but it does help to understand how it is calculated. Continue reading Your Trophy Count and the “Clan Score”
The case for making card donations
Here’s the thing, you don’t have to play Clash Royale very long before you discover that gold is a major limiting factor in your progress. A lot of experienced players save up their gems to buy gold because upgrades get to be very expensive. You’ll look at your cards and see a dozen of them waiting to be upgraded because you can only afford to upgrade the ones that you use a lot. What do you do with the rest? Continue reading Thoughts on Donations