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A player who regularly buys and uses large quantities of Sablon:G.

Giga Tesla[]

A Sablon:G sported by the Sablon:G when it is upgraded to level 12. It only emerges when the Town Hall is damaged, or when 50% destruction is reached. It can attack multiple targets with very high damage per second, and when sufficiently upgraded, it can be made to explode when destroyed, causing massive damage to attacking troops.


A very powerful, high Sablon:G and low Sablon:G unit in the Sablon:G that preferentially targets Sablon:G. It explodes (causing Sablon:G) and splits into two Sablon:G when destroyed.


A weaker version of a Sablon:G that is formed (in a pair) when a Sablon:G dies. When it dies, it will explode, similar to the Sablon:G.



Special Sablon:G obtained primarily through Sablon:G that can be exchanged for other Sablon:G or used to speed up build times or upgrade times.


A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that produces Sablon:G, albeit very slowly.


An action in the Sablon:G that allows something (such as the training of Sablon:G or collection of Sablon:G) to be sped up for a period of time at the cost of Sablon:G.

Gyorsító varázslat[]

A Sablon:G that is used to speed up troops that enter its area of effect. It is very effective on slower troops like Sablon:G.


A medium-cost Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that heals friendly Sablon:G on the battlefield. It has average Sablon:G and has no offensive capabilities. It preferentially heals the nearest injured Sablon:G, and will remain stationary until a Sablon:G is damaged. When it is deployed on Sablon:G in the Sablon:G, the Healer will heal damaged friendly (i.e. other defensive)Sablon:G.

Gyógyító varázslat[]

A Sablon:G capable of temporarily healing friendly Sablon:G within a small radius. When placed, the Healing Spell causes a golden ring of healing to appear, healing any friendly Sablon:G that are within the ring.


Defined in Clash of Clans as a successful attack in terms of Sablon:G: earning at least one Star will result in a victory and Sablon:G will be earned from the player that was Sablon:G. Victories will trigger Sablon:G if the player is in a Sablon:G, and awards resources in Sablon:G. It can also refer to the act of scoring more Sablon:G in a Sablon:G or Sablon:G (or in the case of a tie, causing more destruction) compared to the enemy.

Győzelmi bónusz[]

A term used to refer to Sablon:G won from a Sablon:G in a Sablon:G. It is also colloquially used in the Sablon:G to refer to the Sablon:G.

Győztes háború bónusz[]

The potential amount of loot that a player can win from a Sablon:G, earned from war attacks. This loot is only awarded in full if the Sablon:G wins the war; Sablon:G and Sablon:G award significantly less.


See Sablon:G. Sometimes also used in the general sense to refer to Sablon:G and Sablon:G as well.


Háború mérlegelés[]

A hidden statistic that controls matchmaking in Sablon:G. It is applied to every base, and Sablon:G Sablon:G, Sablon:G, Sablon:G and Sablon:G will increase the weight.

Háborús bázis[]

A War Base is the Sablon:G each player uses specifically during Sablon:G. They are maintained separately from the player's normal Sablon:G, although they have the same number and level of Sablon:G. All Sablon:G, Sablon:G and Sablon:G are active, even if they are being upgraded on the player's normal Sablon:G. Any Sablon:G in the Sablon:G and Sablon:G in a war base are generated for the war base and are unrelated to the player's own Sablon:G pool. The Sablon:G is similarly unrelated to the player's normal Sablon:G and must be filled separately by Sablon:G using the Sablon:G interface.

Háborús zsákmány[]

War loot is bonus loot gained by participating in Sablon:G. Winning a Sablon:G results in significantly more war loot than a loss or a draw. War loot is stored in the Sablon:G where it can be either left or transferred to the player's Sablon:G.


A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that displaces Sablon:G.


A mode of transport which you can repair at Sablon:G level 4 in order to travel to and from the Sablon:G.

Harci Gépezet[]

A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G. It has high Sablon:G and moderately high Sablon:G, and is similar to the Sablon:G in this respect. Unlike Heroes in the Sablon:G, the Battle Machine possesses a rechargeable ability.

Harci Gépezet oltára[]

The place where the Sablon:G can be found when not in battle. See Sablon:G.

Harci kos[]

A temporary Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that acts as a battering ram; after attacking its target (usually a Sablon:G), it breaks apart to reveal four Sablon:G.

Harci léghajó[]

A Sablon:G that flies towards the Sablon:G, dropping bombs to everything in its path. When it reaches the Town Hall, it will release the Sablon:G troops inside.


A measure of how much room a Sablon:G requires in either an Sablon:G or a Sablon:G in the Sablon:G. An Sablon:G or Sablon:G that has a capacity of 20 housing units can hold 20 Sablon:G (1 housing unit each), 4 Sablon:G (5 housing units each), one Sablon:G or another combination of Sablon:G that does not exceed 20 housing units.
In the Sablon:G, this concept is not used as the Army Camps in the Builder Base cannot be upgraded; instead most Sablon:G can be upgraded to particular levels to fit more of them.


Very powerful Sablon:G that are immortal, but must rest for a period of time whenever they take Sablon:G. They don't take any space in the Sablon:G. Instead, Sablon:G are needed for each hero. When a hero is brought to zero health on the battlefield, they are 'stunned' and unusable for the remainder of the battle. Once damaged, heroes must regenerate their health fully before they can again be used in battle.
When a Hero is upgraded to level 5, its Sablon:G is unlocked; this ability is improved every fifth level afterwards.

Hős kinézet[]

A cosmetic unlockable only available through the Sablon:G; they are typically unlocked at the end of the rewards track for Sablon:G.


Infernó Torony[]

A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that targets both Sablon:G and Sablon:G. It has long range and very high Sablon:G. It also has two modes: single-target, which attacks a single unit for progressively higher Sablon:G, and multi-target, which attacks up to five units for moderate Sablon:G.



An inexpensive, ground-based, ranged Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that has low Sablon:G and low Sablon:G. Archers can attack both Sablon:G and Sablon:G.
It can also refer to the Sablon:G, depending on the context.

Íjász Királynő[]

A ground-based, ranged Sablon:G Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that has moderately high Sablon:G and very high Sablon:G. She can attack both Sablon:G and Sablon:G. See Sablon:G for more details.

Íjász királynő oltára[]

The place where the Sablon:G can be found either on or near when she isn't engaged in battle. See Sablon:G.


A Sablon:G present in both the Sablon:G and Sablon:G that targets both Sablon:G and Sablon:G. Has good range, average Sablon:G, and a fast Sablon:G. In the Sablon:G or when Sablon:G, it can be toggled to have twice the attack rate at the expense of range.



Standing for 'in-game name', this is the name of your Sablon:G.


A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that has high hitpoints with the ability to completely freeze Sablon:G around it on death.


A temporary Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that targets and freezes Sablon:G, slowing their fire rate.


Found in most modern video games, an achievement is a meta-goal defined outside of a game's parameters, typically an in-game task available to be completed by players. Successfully completing these tasks entitles the player to an in-game reward of Sablon:G and Sablon:G. Easier achievements typically have lower rewards, while more difficult achievements can have substantial rewards.



A term referring to the Hammer class of Sablon:G, which are special items that enable players to instantly upgrade Sablon:G, Sablon:G, Sablon:G or Sablon:G. They can only be purchased with Sablon:Gs and there is a one week cooldown between purchasing hammers of the same type.

Katonai tábor[]

Place where your Sablon:G go when they're done training.


A special power exhibited by Sablon:G and Sablon:G when they are sufficiently upgraded. They vary depending on the troop type and may do anything from temporarily increasing a Sablon:G damage output to making a Sablon:G invisible.


A character that appears in the Sablon:G, that sells Sablon:G for Sablon:G.


A feature inside the Sablon:G that stores Sablon:G won from Sablon:G, Sablon:G, and Sablon:G.


A short form that refers to the Sablon:G.


A short form that refers to the Sablon:G.

Királynői menet[]

A method of attacking that uses the Sablon:G along with Sablon:G to take out key defenses before sending in the main army.


A common war term used to describe a portion of an Sablon:G that serves a critical function as a first phase to help the following phase(s) in the attack. For example, in a GoLaLoon attack, the kill squad (usually consisting of Sablon:G, Sablon:G and Sablon:G) is typically used to disable the opposing Sablon:G Sablon:G, some Sablon:G and the Sablon:G.


See Sablon:G.


An in-game group of players who join together both socially as well as from a gameplay perspective. Clans can compete with other clans by pooling their Sablon:G to see which Clans have the highest overall Sablon:G. In addition, Sablon:G can donate Sablon:G to each other using the Sablon:G, and talk to each other using a private Sablon:G. They can also compete in Sablon:G for bonus Sablon:G.

Klán Chat[]

An in-game chat room restricted to members of a particular Sablon:G. The most recent 100 messages are visible to anyone in the Sablon:G; this includes brand-new members.

Klán juttatások[]

Special advantages that boost various aspects of Sablon:G. This includes shorter troop request wait times, higher donation limits, increased war loot bonuses, troop donation refunds, upgrades for donated troops, and extra war loot storage capacity. In order to attain these perks, Sablon:G must level up by obtaining Sablon:G.

Klán rangidős[]

A Clan Elder is the third-highest rank within a Sablon:G, below Sablon:G and above Sablon:G. Elders can promote or kick out Sablon:G, and can be demoted or kicked out by the Sablon:G. They can also invite other players to become Sablon:G.

Klán társvezető[]

A Clan Co-Leader is the second-highest rank within a Sablon:G, below Sablon:G and above Sablon:G. Co-Leaders have all the power a Sablon:G has, except the ability to: 1) Demote another Co-Leader, 2) Kick out another Co-Leader, or 3) Promote a Co-Leader to Leader. Co-Leaders can be demoted or kicked out by the Sablon:G.

Klán TP[]

A special experience meter for each Sablon:G separate from each individual member. Clan XP can be accumulated by having the Clan participate in Sablon:G and Sablon:G, and is required to level up Clans in order to obtain special Sablon:G.


The shield-shaped flag of your Sablon:G. It is selected when the Sablon:G is created by the Sablon:G.


A Clan War is a competition between two Sablon:G. The eligible players fight head-to-head with opponents in an attempt to score more stars than the opponent. The Sablon:G with the most Sablon:G wins.

Klánháború Bajnokság[]

A Clan War League is a single round-robin tournament, typically between eight Sablon:G, matched by similar skill level. Clans Sablon:G with one another to score the most Sablon:G in the group. Clans gain Sablon:Gs for participation; the most successful clans in the group are promoted, while the least successful clans are demoted.


An event that occurs occasionally, where players within a Sablon:G can participate in tasks occurring in both the Sablon:G and Sablon:G to earn various kinds of rewards, such as Sablon:G or Sablon:G.


A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that houses reinforcement Sablon:G, Sablon:G and Sablon:G donated by your Sablon:G. It also stores loot in the Sablon:G, earned from Sablon:G, Sablon:G and Sablon:G, as well as Sablon:G earned or purchased.


One of a possible 50 people within a Sablon:G. Typically this refers to someone who is not either a Sablon:G, Sablon:G or Sablon:G, but can also be used for members of any rank in a general sense as well. When used as a rank title, a Member refers to the lowest possible rank within a Sablon:G. A Member has no notable privileges within a Sablon:G and can be promoted to Sablon:G or kicked out of a Sablon:G by any higher rank.


A person with whom you share Sablon:G membership. It can refer to any rank within the Sablon:G.


A Clan Leader is the highest-ranking member within a Sablon:G. Clan Leaders can promote, demote or kick out any Sablon:G, Sablon:G, or Sablon:G within the Sablon:G.

Klónozó varázslat[]

A Sablon:G that clones temporary copies of friendly troops that enter the spell's area of effect.


A cheap, ground-based Sablon:G unit in the Sablon:G that has high movement speed, low Sablon:G and low to medium Sablon:G. It preferentially targets Sablon:G and causes double Sablon:G to them.

Kobold behatolás[]

An Sablon:G making use of a ground attack to clear a path for Sablon:G to easily attack resource buildings in the core, usually the Sablon:G and/or the Sablon:G.


A feature that allows certain Sablon:G in the Sablon:G to toggle between its normal variant and a version resembling a similar building in the Sablon:G. It is only available when both defenses from both bases are sufficiently leveled, and it uses the Sablon:G instead of any normal Sablon:G.


A term used to refer to the Book class of Sablon:G, which are tools that can be used to instantly finish an ongoing upgrade.


Can refer to one of three things that prevent units from being targeted:
  1. The Builder Base troop Sablon:G passive ability "Cloak" which allows her to remain invisible for a duration;
  2. The Sablon:G's special ability "Royal Cloak" which allows her to greatly increase her damage, summon Sablon:G and remain invisible for a duration;
  3. The temporary troop Sablon:G's passive ability "Ghostly" which allows him to remain invisible for a duration.

In no circumstances can these cloaking abilities grant invincibility to Sablon:G, Sablon:G damage or shots that are already fired.


Disorganized, free-for-all, close quarters combat. In Clash of Clans terms, a melee Sablon:G is one that attacks via hand-to-hand combat as opposed to at range. If a melee Sablon:G is in range to attack another Sablon:G, that Sablon:G can always attack back.


A common alternative to the term Sablon:G.



A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that allows you to upgrade Sablon:G and Sablon:G. Depending on the context, it may also refer to the Sablon:G.


A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that allows you to train Sablon:G.
The term can also be used to refer to any or all such buildings with the ability to train troops i.e. this building, the Sablon:G and/or the Sablon:G.


The attack style of the Home Village troop Sablon:G and the Builder Base defense Sablon:G, which damage multiple targets in a chain.


An Sablon:G in the Sablon:G with a favorite target of Sablon:G. When a Lava Hound dies, it splits up into 8 to 16 (dependent on level) Sablon:G, a weaker version of the Lava Hound. The Lava Hound is a Sablon:G troop.


A Sablon:G that is ejected in masses when a Sablon:G is killed. It cannot be trained directly.


A Mortar-like Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that shoots balls of lava at very long range. The lava does only minor damage on impact, but lasts for a considerable duration, with a damage over time effect similar to the Sablon:G.


The first aerial Sablon:G unlocked in the Sablon:G. Once triggered, it causes moderate damage to all Sablon:G in a small radius.


Unlike Sablon:G which refers strictly to Sablon:G, the Anti-Air category includes every entity that can attack Sablon:G. All Sablon:G, Sablon:G, Sablon:G and Sablon:G that can damage or destroy Sablon:G are included in this category.

Legendás Trófeák[]

Permanent purple Sablon:G that are awarded at the end of a Legend League season, in trade for any excess trophies past 5000 the player might have at the end of a Legend League season. These trophies are displayed in the player's profile.

Légi egység[]

Air troops are Sablon:G that have the ability to fly. In game terms, they are unimpeded by Sablon:G and can be targeted by Sablon:G and other Sablon:G. Sablon:G and Sablon:G that can only attack Sablon:G (such as Sablon:G and Sablon:G) cannot attack them.


Generally used to refer to the Sablon:G, but it is also (less often) used to refer to the Sablon:G.


A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that targets only Sablon:G similar to the Sablon:G but uses gusts of air to push back troops, dealing no damage whatsoever. It is only able to aim in one general direction at any one time, so Sablon:G attacking from a side it does not cover will not be affected by it.


A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that targets only Sablon:G. Has good range, very high Sablon:G and an average Sablon:G. Sometimes the term 'air defense' is used to generically describe all Sablon:G that are able to attack Sablon:G, but the Air Defense itself is the most powerful of these.

Lentebb támadás[]

A common Sablon:G term used to describe an attack where a player attacks an opponent that has a lower Sablon:G level than the player. Often this may be in an attempt to clean up bases that have not been 3-starred earlier in the war.


An aerial defense in the Sablon:G that launches balloons carrying explosives similar to how the Sablon:G in the Sablon:G works.


The way Clash of Clans divides players with different trophy counts, by placing players with similar trophy count together to judge progress. There are eight leagues in the Sablon:G (namely Bronze, Silver, Gold, Crystal, Master, Champion, Titan and Legend), and each league except for Legend has three divisions. Higher leagues provide higher Sablon:G and Sablon:G for every victory, but generally the opponents in higher leagues will be harder to beat. To join a League one must complete an attack when they have at least 400 Sablon:G. The leagues reset every month.

Liga bónusz[]

Bonus loot won in addition to Sablon:G that were stolen from the enemy, upon achieving a Sablon:G whilst in a Sablon:G. The League Bonus is dependent on how much of the enemy's base was destroyed in the attack; more destruction means a higher proportion of League Bonus is awarded.

Lopakodó íjász[]

A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G. She functions just like a regular Sablon:G, except her passive ability allows her to become invisible to defenses for a few seconds after she is deployed.

Lövésenkénti sebzés[]

The amount of damage a Sablon:G or Sablon:G inflicts each time it attacks. Not to be confused with Sablon:G or Sablon:G. If (and only if) a unit attacks once per second, Damage Per Shot will equal Sablon:G.


Másodpercenkénti sebzés[]

A Sablon:G or Sablon:G Sablon:G divided by its Sablon:G in seconds.

Mega Tesla[]

A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that does massive damage but has a very slow fire rate. Its chain lightning allows it to hit a second target a distance from its initial target.


A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that does rather heavy damage. Like the Mine, it can be set to attack either Sablon:G or Sablon:G troops.

Mérgezés varázslat[]

A Sablon:G that slows down as well as damages enemy Sablon:G over time.

Mesterséges intelligencia[]

A computer system's ability to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, and decision making.


See Sablon:G.


A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that targets Sablon:G only and has a very low Sablon:G, but does a considerable amount of Sablon:G over a relatively large radius.


A Sablon:G in the Sablon:G that fires a burst of four mortar shells at a time, each doing Sablon:G to Sablon:G.

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