Clash of Clans: The Longest Upgrades in 2023

Clash of Clans' longest upgrades

Clash of Clans is an incredibly popular strategy game that offers players an endless pursuit of upgrading their villages. The game’s developers consistently release new Town Hall levels almost every year, keeping the game fresh and exciting for long-time players.

Recently, the game introduced its latest Town Hall level, Town Hall 15, which offers some of the longest upgrades in the game’s history.

This latest addition has brought new challenges and opportunities for players to explore, making the game even more engaging and rewarding.

Clan Castle and Eagle Artillery (20 days)

Clan Castle and Eagle Artillery upgrades at Town Hall 15 are the longest upgrades in Clash of Clans each taking 20 days to complete. The Clan Castle upgrade comes at a cost of 20,000,000 Elixirs while Eagle Artillery requires 21,500,000 Gold for its final upgrade.

The Clan Castle is an important building that serves multiple purposes in the game. It can be used for both defending your village and attacking enemy bases. Clan Castle troops, which are housed within the building, are a vital component in many popular attack strategies.

Additionally, the Clan Castle allows players to request spells from their clan members, providing additional support for attacks.

When players first join the game, the Clan Castle is in a broken state and must be repaired. This can be done at Town Hall 3 for a cost of 10,000 Elixirs.

On the other hand, the Eagle Artillery is a mighty defense building that has the longest attack range in the game. It can take aim at enemy troops across the entire base, except for a small area around it where it can’t fire.

The Eagle Artillery springs into action once a certain number of troops are deployed into battle.

Pet House

The Pet House upgrades are the second-longest upgrades in the game. At Town Hall 15, players get four new levels for the Pet House, with each level taking a progressively longer time to finish: 19 days, 19 days and 6 hours, 19 days and 12 hours, and 19 days and 18 hours, respectively.

These new levels offer players access to four new pets: Frosty, Diggy, Poison Lizard, and Phoenix. Each pet has a unique ability and plays a crucial role in different attack strategies at Town Hall 15.

Whether you prefer to freeze enemy defenses, dig underground to attack unsuspecting enemies, inflict poison damage, or rain fiery destruction from above, there is a pet that will suit your style.

Third Longest Upgrades of the Game

There are some upgrades that take 19 days to complete. These are the third longest upgrades of the game that take 19 days to upgrade:

Some of the most important defenses in the game require the longest upgrade times.

The Scattershot holds the distinction of having the third-longest upgrade time in the game. At Town Hall 15, the Scattershot can be upgraded to level 4, which takes 19 days and 12 hours to complete, along with a requirement of 21.3 million Gold.

Monolith is the newest defense addition to the game and is available at Town Hall 15. Upgrading the Monolith requires Dark Elixir and involves two levels, each taking 18 and 19 days, respectively.

The Inferno Tower receives a new level at Town Hall 15 and gets a redesigned appearance that is consistent with the theme of Town Hall 15. When operating in single-target mode, the Inferno Tower has the highest damage per second of any defense in the game.

Consequently, most Clash of Clans players try to avoid having their heroes enter its range, as the damage dealt by the Inferno Tower can be devastating.

X-Bow is another upgrade that takes 19 days to upgrade. X-Bows get a new level at Town Hall 15 which takes them to level 10. This upgrade costs 20,000,000 gold and 19 days.

X-Bows become available at Town Hall 9 and have two different targeting modes: they can either target both air and ground units at a shorter range or focus solely on ground units at a longer range.

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By Harris

Harris is a dedicated Clash of Clans player who has been playing the game for years. He shares his knowledge and experience through his blog, ClashDaddy, where he writes in-depth guides on various aspects of the game. Harris is passionate about helping other players to improve in Clash of Clans. When he's not playing or writing about the game, he enjoys spending time with his family.

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