Clan Wars

About Clan Wars

Enter the River Race!

Your Clan now has its own Clan Boat, which you will use to compete in the River Race. Advance in the River Race by gaining Fame from River Tasks!

Your Clan will find itself pitted against the same Clans throughout an entire Clan War Season, so you'll get to know your opponents very well! You will be able to attack other Clan Boats as you progress down the River.

Clan Wars Season

A Clan Wars Season consists of several River Races, separated by War Gates. Each River Race lasts a week and the season will last 4-5 weeks.

The Clan with the highest Fame will reach the War Gate first and will earn the biggest reward. When the next River Race starts, you can continue on your journey.

Final Week of Clan Wars

In the final week of a Clan War Season, the River length is half that of a regular River Race!

After all River Races have been completed and all War Gates passed through, Clans enter the Clan War Colosseum to battle against other Clans for better rewards and ultimate glory in Clan War Leagues.

You will need 3 decks to start battling in the Colosseum, so bring your best ones! Keep in mind that the Leaderboard won’t reset, and the Fame you earn after the River Race has ended is added to your score.

Of course, if you don’t want to participate in the Colosseum Battles, you can still complete other River Tasks, with the exception of Boat Battles. It’s really up to you!

Good to know
  • How to participate

In order to participate, you need to be at least King Level 6! Since every Clan is automatically put into a War, joining an active Clan is your best bet to ensure you will always play Clan Wars. If you have your own Clan, make sure you recruit active members, and you’re good to go!

  • Capped Participation

The amount of unique participants who can participate in a War is capped to 50 per 24 hours.

  • River Lengths

River Lengths vary between Leagues! For lower Leagues it requires less Fame to complete River Races, and more Fame to do so in higher Clan War Leagues.

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