Clash of Clans – The Next Update Brings A New Skeleton Spell

Just recently, Supercell announced that Friendly Challenges will be featured in the next Clash of Clans update which you can read about by clicking here. Luckily, this update will be released this May, so the wait is not long. A few hours ago, Supercell tweeted about a new skeleton spell that will be added to the game and this news got us pretty excited. This new dark spell is available at Town Hall 9 and it allows you to summon an army of Skeletons anywhere on the field.

According to Supercell, there are a lot of balances that will be implemented for the next update:
Town Hall 7+

  • Spring Trap levels 2-5

In the update, new Spring Trap levels with minor capacity will increase to help get additional units from time to time. They might even catch an extra Valkyrie.

Town Hall 10+

  • Bowler housing space reduced from 8 to 6

Town Hall 11

  • Cannon level 14
  • Lava Hound level 4
  • Balloon level 7

In Town 11, air troops have been diminishing in popularity and with these new levels, air troops should be strong enough to defend against ground attack.

Finally, there are more features that will be added to make editing layouts easier. Donating will now include fully trained troops and spells while you can also drag troops and spells anywhere into a training queue. Also, War Logs are going to be publicly viewed, unless it is disabled from Clan settings. Who has the courage to keep it enabled? Furthermore, battles will have a live spectator count so people can see how many other players are watching. Lastly, the chat stream has been reworked with built-in Request button.

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