Clash of Clans is undoubtedly Supercell’s leading title, with more games coming into the picture thanks to the amazing game by the company. The updates keep on rolling, one such update that has been very popular is the Clan Capital’s arrival in the game. First introduced in the Spring of 2022, Clan Capital currently has risen to a popular mode within the game. Districts in the game are important as well, with each allowing a different combination of defenses and troops. In the same route, Dragon Cliffs is another district that gets unlocked at higher levels of Capital Hall. This article will assist you in creating some amazing base layouts for the Dragon Cliffs in Clash of Clans.
Dragon Cliffs in Clash of Clans
Dragon Cliffs gets unlocked once your Capital Hall is upgraded to Level 6. Once again, there is a significant difference from the previous districts in terms of the unlock sequence of buildings or the number of buildings altogether.
With the Dragon Cliffs, two more barracks will get unlocked. The Hog Raider Barracks is the first one getting unlocked, at the District Hall level 1. It unlocks the Hog Raiders. At District Hall level 2, the Super Dragon Barracks gets unlocked where the players can train the Super Dragon.
|Hall Level Requirement
|Unlocks Dragon Cliffs, Level 1
Defensive buildings are also in abundance and have more walls to cover and expand compared to the previously discussed ones. This allows more creativity added to the bases, and design working ones effectively.
Players and clans can design their favorite bases. However, Clash of Clans is yet to implement a Copy Base option. So you can’t just bring in a reference base and copy it. The bases in your base should be manually arranged.
Best Dragon Cliffs base layouts in Clash of Clans
Dragon Cliffs Level 1
Once again, there are plenty of defensive buildings unlocked upfront. Surprisingly, each and every defensive building gets unlocked, and you won’t have anything unique at all. This level will have a maximum of Nine Spear Throwers, Five Cannons, and Four Air Defenses that can be placed. With these comes the other defensive buildings, and can place Two each of Bomb Tower, Super Wizard Tower, and Super Dragon Post. Unlike the Builder’s Workshop where you get 100 walls in the beginning, the Dragon Cliffs will unlock 80 walls, and with that, the base should be designed.
Dragon Cliffs Level 2
Not a huge upgrade, but players can add 20 extra walls with one each of Spear Thrower, Cannon, Air Defense, Bomb Tower, Super Wizard Tower, Inferno Tower, and Super Dragon Post. This is the last of the Inferno Tower and Bomb Tower getting unlocked.
Dragon Cliffs Level 3
Once again, twenty extra walls and a few defensive additions. One each of Spear Thrower, Cannon, Air Defense, Super Wizard Tower, and Super Dragon Post among the defensive buildings with one Zap Trap, which will max out in this level at 5.
Dragon Cliffs Level 4
The penultimate level of the Dragon Cliffs maxes out in terms of the wall count with 140. Hence, the similarities between the Level 4 and Level 5 bases can be maintained. Players unlock one each of Cannon, Spear Thrower, Super Dragon Post, and Mine.
Dragon Cliffs Level 5
This level doesn’t unlock any walls, but with a few defenses and traps, the arrangement of your base can be done. So, it doesn’t have a lot of difference when compared to Level 4 of the District Hall. So, once again, with the slight differences, you can do the base design similar to the Level 4 base of the Dragon Cliffs. In this level, players unlock one extra Spear Thrower, Blast Bow, and Mine.
With this, we have completed this article on the layouts for Clash of Clans Dragon Cliffs levels one through five. This page will be updated as new Dragon Cliffs levels are added to the game. Meanwhile, stay tuned and have fun clashing!
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