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On this page you can view Building Strategy Guides in the Home Village. This page will tell you where to position each building at high or low levels.

For Building Strategy Guides in the Builder Base, see Building Strategy Guides/Builder Base.


Defensive Buildings


Cannon

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Cannon
The Cannon is the first thing you will unlock and should be upgraded when you get enough Gold to do so. Cannons should be placed near the Town Hall for lower-level players, and for higher-level players it should be placed so it overlaps Wizard Towers and Mortars.

Archer Tower

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Archer Tower
Archer Towers have longer range than Cannons and can target air troops similar to the Air Defenses. Similar to Cannons, Archer Towers should be up upgraded as soon as the opportunity presents itself. For lower-level players, Archer Towers should be placed near to the Town Hall, similar to Cannons.

Mortar

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Mortar
Mortars deal a lot of damage per shot, but have the lowest rate of fire of any defensive structure. Mortars should be at the heart of your base beside your Town Hall or Resources (depending on if you are farming or trophy hunting) as they are the first defense with splash damage. When Mortars are upgraded they typically only gain 1~3 DPS (damage per second); this is because of their low rate of fire, so don't worry (higher-level Mortars pack quite a punch).

Air Defense

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Air Defense
Air Defenses are the most powerful defense against air units. For lower-level players (who typically do not have to worry about Balloons or Dragons), Air Defenses are not essential but will make it harder for opponents to win battles against you. For higher-level players, multiple Air Defenses are absolutely essential, as they will influence the outcome of the battle tremendously, and may ultimately be the difference between losing and winning trophies (or losing and keeping Resources). You should place your Air Defenses so that they overlap splash damage defenses (Wizard Tower, Mortar) with at least one at the heart of your base.

Wizard Tower

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Wizard Tower
Wizard Towers are perfect for killing a massive amount of enemy troops. Wizard Towers are most effective against weak troops and Minions as they deal splash damage. They should be placed where they cannot be surrounded by Archers without other defenses being able to target them, but due to their relatively short range should not be too far away from the outer wall (or else they may be idle most of the battle). Wizard Towers take a long time to upgrade past level 2, so take that into consideration when upgrading it.

Air Sweeper

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Air Sweeper
The Air Sweeper is a great defense for stalling enemy Air Troops; even though they do no damage they can blow back Air Troops a fairly good distance. Despite it's extremely long range, take note of the fact that the Air Sweeper can only fire in one direction, but it can be rotated to cover another angle. Also note that you can only have up to two Air Sweepers even when you are a Town Hall 13, so make sure to maximize their usage by covering the sides that is most likely to be attacked by Air Troops!

Hidden Tesla

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Hidden Tesla
Hidden Teslas are very sneaky as they begin the battle hidden from sight but rise out of the ground when enemy troops come within their trigger range. Like Wizard Towers they can target both ground and air troops but they only attack one unit at a time. Hidden Teslas are not as effective placed near the corners of your village out of range of other defenses; however they can (and should) be placed where your attacker won't expect them to be, even if that means outside the Walls. Remember that Hidden Teslas reveal themselves at 51% destruction, so if they are placed in corners or out of the way, they will typically lose their only advantage (stealth).

Bomb Tower

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Bomb Tower
Bomb Towers are defenses that hurl bombs at ground enemies, dealing splash damage similarly to the Wizard Tower. They go out with a bang, however; once they go down, the big bomb beneath the tower will explode shortly after, doing great damage to nearby ground troops. Their range is shorter than any other defense, so it is imperative to support the Bomb Tower with other defenses to keep your base safe. They are helpless against air troops, so it is best to keep air troops away from this tower! 

X-Bow

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X-Bow
X-Bows are fast-firing defenses that can kill low-health troops in a matter of seconds. X-Bows can be set to target both air and ground troops at a range of 11 tiles, or ground troops only at a range of 14 tiles. This gives it a very long range, and as such should be placed near the center of your base behind at least one other defensive unit for maximum effectiveness. Many players attempt to achieve both benefits of extreme range and anti-air capability by setting one X-Bow to ground troops only and one to both ground and air. This can unbalance the base, though, as an air sttacker can attack from the ground target side and vice versa.

Inferno Tower

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Inferno Tower
The Inferno Tower is one of the most powerful defenses, as it can reach up to 2,150 damage per second in single-target mode, although it takes several seconds to reach that level of damage and begins attacking at a very low value. For this reason it is particularly strong against high-health targets but somewhat weak against large numbers of lower-health ones. There is a compensation for this, and it is the Multi-Target made, which does moderate damage against up to 5 troops at a time. If you plan to attack a single-target Inferno Tower with a majority of high-health Troops you may want to try to dispose of the Inferno Tower with Lightning Spells, but be cognizant of the fact that the Inferno Tower has a great deal of hitpoints and will likely take all a full complement of spells to destroy. Inferno Towers should be placed so that troops, like Balloons and especially Minions, will not target it straight away.

Eagle Artillery

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Eagle Artillery
The Eagle Artillery is a strong defense capable of covering virtually the entire village, save for a 7-tile blind spot around itself. It activates only after a large amount of troops are deployed, and then begins its attacks for the rest of the battle. Every 10 seconds, it fires three artillery shells at a time to up to three different targets, dealing a moderately high amount of damage capable of eliminating weak troops as well as Wizards, Witches, and Minions in one shot; multiple shots can eliminate whole groups of Balloons as well. Although it is possible to destroy with only Spells, due to its extremely high hitpoints, this is certainly not recommended.

Scattershot

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Scattershot
The Scattershot is a defense that throws boulders that deal high damage. These boulders also deal Area Splash which can wipe out large hordes of troops, and sometimes troops with higher hitpoints. One can use an Earthquake Spell to lower its hitpoints so it can be destroyed quicker. Scattershot disadvantages include its slow attack speed and its blind spot. The blind spot is not too large, but it is easy for melee troops, especially with high hitpoints (e.g. P.E.K.K.A, Yeti) to destroy it. To prevent this, put some single target defenses is possible next to your Scattershots, such as Single Target Inferno Towers.

Walls

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Wall
Walls are great for keeping enemies directly in the line of fire from Cannons and Archer Towers. When trophy hunting, Walls should surround your Defensive Buildings, your storages and your Town Hall. When farming, Walls should surround your Defensive Buildings and storages. When attacking with ground troops, Walls can be a big setback and stall them enough such that other defenses will kill a lot of your troops, so it's advised to take at least 1 or 2 Wall Breakers into battle if your army is primarily a ground assault. For more information go to Layouts.

Resource Buildings


Town Hall

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Town Hall
The Town Hall is the heart of the village, and upgrading it unlocks additional buildings and level upgrades. It is paramount to protect it by Walls and other Defensive Buildings. If your Town Hall is destroyed, you automatically lose the battle, as well as a significant amount of loot. However, if you successfully protect your Town Hall, the most the attacker can get in the battle is one star (see Raiding Mechanics for more details).

Clan Castle

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Clan Castle
The Clan Castle is used to either join or start a clan. Clan Castles hold troops and Dark Spells donated by your clan members, which can be used either alongside your own Troops in an attack, or as additional defensive firepower if your own village is attacked.
Once an enemy unit comes within range of the Clan Castle, any Troops within that can target that unit will deploy to attack it. Once deployed, they will continue to attack any enemy units on the map regardless of location. It is a good idea to locate your Clan Castle in a central part of your village, though not necessarily in the most-protected area. This is important because you want your Clan Castle Troops to respond to an attack in any direction, but additionally you do not want them to be easily drawn away from your defenses (where they can be easily destroyed).

Gold Mine

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Gold Mine
Gold Mines are your only source of Gold outside of raiding. Gold Mines should be kept outside your Walls, but they shouldn't be out of range of defensive buildings as attacking players can get up to 50% of the contents.

Elixir Collector

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Elixir Collector
Elixir Collectors are exactly the same as Gold Mines but produce Elixir. Elixir Collectors are your only source of Elixir outside of raiding. Elixir Collectors should be kept outside your Walls but they shouldn't be out of range of defensive buildings as attacking players can get up to 50% of the contents. Elixir Collectors can be easily destroyed by Goblins, so lay Traps nearby and try to take out them out before they can destroy the collectors.

Gold Storage

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Gold Storage
Gold Storages are where all of your collected Gold is kept; they are typically targeted after Gold Mines during a farming attack, but attackers can only get a small fraction of the contents (the percentage and cap depends on the Town Hall level of the defender). Gold Storages should be kept inside the walls of your village, as they is your primary source of Gold for defensive upgrades.

Elixir Storage

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Elixir Storage
Elixir Storages are exactly the same as Gold Storages but they store Elixir. Elixir Storages are where all of your collected Elixir is kept; they are targeted after Elixir Collectors during a farming attack, but attackers can only get a fraction of the contents (the percentage and cap depends on the Town Hall level of the defender). Elixir Storages should be kept inside the walls of your village, as they are your primary source of Elixir for offensive upgrades.

Dark Elixir Storage

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Dark Elixir Storage
The Dark Elixir Storage is where all of your precious Dark Elixir is stored. It should be placed in a position where many defenses will overlap this structure, as attackers will be able to take up to 4-6% (with a cap of 2,000-3,500 depending on the Town Hall level of the defender), so you want to keep this building safe. Some good advice is to put a double wall around it so Archers cannot shoot at it and Wall Breakers cannot breach the Walls surrounding it in one attack.

Dark Elixir Drill

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Dark Elixir Drill
Dark Elixir Drills are your only source of Dark Elixir outside of raiding. Attackers can gain up to 75% of their contents, so Dark Elixir Drills should be protected with Traps and Hidden Teslas. The best way to protect the uncollected Dark Elixir in the drills is not to have any, of course, so have your drills emptied as often as possible.

Army Buildings


Barracks

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Barracks
Barracks are the buildings that convert Elixir into Troops. As the Barracks is upgraded, they will both be able to train more powerful Troops as well as queue more Troops at a time. They have no significance other than training Troops (they don't store any Elixir or Gold, nor do they reward any if destroyed, even if Troops are being trained). They do not need to be near Army Camps; trained Troops will find their Army Camp regardless of how far they have to walk. Barracks should always be kept outside of your Walls, but do not put them in the corners. Use these buildings (and others in this section) as 'buffers' to keep Archers and Barbarians busy and away from more critical targets while your defenses systematically destroy them.

Army Camp

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Army Camp
Army Camps are the staging areas for your army so you later use them for raids. Upgrading the Army Camps will increase your total troop capacity, which means you will be able to use more Troops in each battle. Due to their large size (4x4 tiles), the same as the Town Hall, Army Camps should never be inside of your Walls as they have no use but to store Troops. If you have them inside your Walls they will take up a great deal of space and your walls may not even fit around your village. Army Camps do have some strategic value as a 'buffer', however; their large size pushes out the 'no spawn' zone significantly, causing enemy Troops to have to spawn very far away from their targets and giving you a greater opportunity to destroy them. For this reason, position Army Camps close to sensitive areas of your base.

Dark Barracks

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Dark Barracks
Dark Barracks are functionally identical to Barracks, but instead of using Elixir, it uses Dark Elixir to train special Dark Elixir Troops. The building doesn't hold any Gold or Elixir (or Dark Elixir), even when training Troops. The Dark Barracks should always be kept outside of your Walls, but do not need to be positioned next to Army Camps unless that area requires additional buffers.

Laboratory

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Laboratory
The Laboratory is used to upgrade Troops and Spells to make them stronger. Although the upgrades can cost significant amounts of Elixir or Dark Elixir (and the building appears to have large vats of both attached to it), the Laboratory yields neither to an attacker, even if an upgrade is in progress. The Laboratory should be kept outside of your Walls as it otherwise has no strategic significance.

Spell Factory

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Spell Factory
The Spell Factory is a building that creates Spells for use in raids. Even though Spells cost significant amounts of Elixir to create, the Spell Factory yields nothing to the attacker even if a Spell is being created. The building should be kept outside of your Walls as a buffer, as it has no strategic significance.

Dark Spell Factory

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Dark Spell Factory
The Dark Spell Factory is a building that allows you to utilize Dark Elixir to create Spells for use in raids. The spells brewed in this factory are compact and take up half as much space as an Elixir spell. Like the Spell Factory, it should be kept outside of your Walls as a buffer, as it has no strategic significance.

Barbarian King Altar

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Barbarian King Altar
The Barbarian King Altar is a structure that houses the Barbarian King, who is a Hero that can play various roles in battles, whether it be supporting an attacking force or defending a village from enemy attackers. The Altar's placement determines the Barbarian King's general location whenever he defends, so you could place it outside your Walls to force enemies to expend troops to defeat the King; or, you could place the Altar inside to let your King serve as a temporary distraction.

Archer Queen Altar

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Archer Queen Altar
The Archer Queen Altar is a structure that houses the Archer Queen, another Hero that serves purpose on both offense and defense. Like the Barbarian King Altar, placement determines the Archer Queen's general location whenever she defends; however, due to the Archer Queen's range, it may be more viable to place the Altar within Walls; that way the Archer Queen can attack ground troops from behind the safety of your Walls.

Grand Warden Altar

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Grand Warden Altar

The Grand Warden Altar houses the Grand Warden, a support Hero that provides additional health to nearby allied units (and buildings, when defending). Unlike the other two Heroes in the Home Village, the Grand Warden will remain fixed as a statue on his Altar whenever defending; any building near the statue when it is defending will gain a boost in hitpoints, making them harder to destroy. You may want to consider placing the Grand Warden Altar near your Town Hall or other important defenses.


Royal Champion Altar

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Royal Champion Altar
The Royal Champion Altar is a structure that houses the Royal Champion, that can either attack in offense or defense. The placement determines where the Royal Champion's defending location, however, the altar should be put within Walls because of the Royal Champion's range, which can defeat ground troops with the Wall's protection. The Royal Champion also deal a lot of damage, with high hitpoints, so put the altar near valuable buildings to make the Royal Champion a shield to the buildings.

Other Buildings


Builder's Hut

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Builder's Hut

The Builder's Hut houses your Builders, which are fundamental to constructing and upgrading other buildings. These huts have low hitpoints and serve no purpose on defense (with the exception of certain events). Thus, it is best left outside your Walls. As many players overlook Builder's Huts due to their size, placing them in the corners of the village can be a good idea, but more experienced players will be able to spot them and even take advantage of them, so be careful!

Home Village Buildings
Defensive Buildings CannonArcher TowerMortarAir DefenseWizard TowerAir SweeperHidden TeslaBomb TowerX-BowInferno TowerEagle ArtilleryScattershotBuilder's HutSpell TowerMonolithRicochet CannonMulti-Archer TowerGiga TeslaGiga Inferno (TH13TH14TH15TH16) • Wall
Traps: BombSpring TrapAir BombGiant BombSeeking Air MineSkeleton TrapTornado Trap
Resource Buildings Town Hall (Magic Items) • Gold MineElixir CollectorDark Elixir DrillGold StorageElixir StorageDark Elixir StorageClan Castle (Treasury)
Army Buildings Army CampBarracksDark BarracksLaboratorySpell FactoryDark Spell FactoryBlacksmithWorkshopBarbarian King AltarArcher Queen AltarGrand Warden AltarRoyal Champion AltarPet House
Other Buildings BoatAirshipForgeDecorationsObstaclesLoot CartStrongman's CaravanSuper SaunaBuilder's HutB.O.B's Hut

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Defensive Buildings Resource Buildings Army Buildings Other Buildings

On this page you can view Building Strategy Guides in the Builder Base. This page will tell you where to position each building at high or low levels.

For Building Strategy Guides in the Home Village, see Building Strategy Guides/Home Village.


Defensive Buildings


Cannon

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Cannon
The Cannon is a basic but effective defense in the Builder Base and it is the first such defense you obtain. They deal a good amount of damage and can serve to pick off Sneaky Archers and other weak troops, or support your more powerful defenses in defeating more dangerous foes, such as the Boxer Giant.

Double Cannon

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Double Cannon
The Double Cannon is a powerful ground defense that fires multiple cannonballs at enemies, dealing great damage. It is one of your best defenses against tanks such as the Boxer Giant and the Battle Machine, so keep it well protected to prevent smaller troops from easily overwhelming the Cannon. Keep in mind that its colossal damage per second has no effect on air troops such as Beta Minions and Baby Dragons, so it is best to also guard it with aerial defenses.

Archer Tower

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Archer Tower
The Archer Tower is a versatile defense that can repel both ground and air attacks alike, and is one of your first defenses that can attack air troops. It can be set to two modes: a fast attack mode that deals decent DPS but only at a short range, and a long range mode that allows the Archer Tower to attack from afar but with reduced DPS. The fast attack mode is better against hordes of Bats and other small enemies, while the long range mode prevents Sneaky Archers and Beta Minions from picking off buildings. Regardless, it is a useful defense to place within Walls.

Hidden Tesla

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Hidden Tesla
The Hidden Tesla is a sneaky defense and functions just like it does in the Home Village. It can attack both ground and air, making it somewhat versatile. However, its damage per second is somewhat underwhelming, but it can still make a contribution nonetheless. Like in the Home Village, it is best to place the Tesla in a position your opponent doesn't expect it to be at.

Firecrackers

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Firecrackers
Firecrackers are one of your main aerial defenses, and it will be integral in defending any air attacks, as it deals a good amount of DPS against air troops. At all levels, it is best to keep the Firecrackers protected, preferably placed near the Builder Hall. However, the Firecrackers cannot engage ground troops, so it is best to defend it with another ground defense such as the Double Cannon.

Crusher

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Crusher
The Crusher is arguably one of the most powerful ground defenses in the Builder Base. As its name implies, it crushes ground enemies that walk under it, dealing a large amount of damage to all ground units under it. This makes it perfect against Raged Barbarians and Boxer Giants, among other ground troops, but it will be outranged by many ranged troops such as the Sneaky Archer, and cannot attack air units at all. Due to its unique traits, it is best to place the Crusher near an opening in your base to decimate ground units that attempt to pass through the opening, and also protect the Crusher with anti-air defenses.

Guard Post

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Guard Post
The Guard Post houses defensive Raged Barbarians and Sneaky Archers to help your Builder Base defend against attackers. Not only do these defensive troops deal damage to the opponent's troops, they will also serve as distractions away from other buildings. You can place the Guard Post outside in order to force opponents to use up troops to destroy your defending troops, or place the Guard Post within Walls to cause distractions in the middle, where many defenses can fire at the same time.

Air Bombs

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Air Bombs
The Air Bombs is a valuable aerial defense. Not only does it do a high amount of damage per second, they also deal splash damage, which makes them a great defense to tackle hordes of Beta Minions and Bats. Due to its importance, placing it near the center of your base is highly recommended; if that is not possible, then protecting it with ground defenses can make a good alternative.

Multi Mortar

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Multi Mortar
The Multi Mortar is a powerful ground defense that can take care of swarms of ground troops. Due to its large range and splash radius, it is excellent against Sneaky Archers; however, its blind spot and inability to hit air troops can pose a great weakness, especially because the Multi Mortar does not have many hitpoints. For these reasons, it is best to place it in the center of the Builder Base, protected by other defenses and Walls.

Roaster

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Roaster
The Roaster is a powerful splash defense that can defend both ground and air. While it can make short work of swarms of Raged Barbarians or the Night Witch's Bats, the damage it deals can be soaked up by tanks such as the Boxer Giant. To maximize its effectiveness, it is best to protect the Roaster with high-damage defenses such as the Double Cannon, and also keep it within your Walls to prevent troops from easily attacking the Roaster.

Giant Cannon

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Giant Cannon
The Giant Cannon fires cannonballs that stop at nothing, knocking back every ground troop in its way. While it is excellent against Sneaky Archers and the Battle Machine, its damage can be tanked by the Boxer Giant. Due to the nature of its cannonballs, as well as its exceptional damage against the Battle Machine, it is best placed near the center of the base.

Mega Tesla

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Mega Tesla
The Mega Tesla discharges electricity just like the Hidden Tesla. Its slow fire rate is made up for by its high damage per shot, as well as its chain lightning nature of each shot, allowing the Tesla to hit a second target not too far away from the first. Nonetheless, it can be swarmed easily by massed troops such as Raged Barbarians or Bats from the Night Witch. Therefore, the Mega Tesla should be protected by splash defenses like the Roaster or Multi Mortar.

Lava Launcher

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Lava Launcher
The Lava Launcher shoots lava balls all away to the ground. The troops being hit by the shot will get Poisoned, making troops loses their health overtime. Due to its large blind spot, troops with fast movement speed can easily overwhelm it with speed, so put a Crusher near it, but it can still be hurt by ranged troops, so put defenses with high damage like a Mega Tesla next to it.

Walls

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Walls
Walls are an important structure to keep enemies in the line of fire from your defenses. They should be used to protect important buildings such as the Builder Hall, as well as defenses such as the Multi Mortar and Air Bombs. Most other buildings, such as the Gold Mine and Builder Barracks, should be left outside the Walls.

Resource Buildings


Builder Hall

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Builder Hall
The Builder Hall is the central building of the Builder Base; upgrading it unlocks new buildings as well as upgrades for existing buildings. Even though it cannot give up resources unlike the Town Hall in the Home Village, it is still important to protect the Builder Hall with Walls and defenses because doing otherwise would allow attackers to score an easy star in Versus Battles. Successfully preventing the enemy from destroying your Builder Hall limits them to a maximum of one star.

Gold Mine

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Gold Mine
The Gold Mine produces Gold for your Builder Base, and is the only way to earn Gold outside of Versus Battles. As they have no defensive capabilities and no loot to offer, it is best to keep them outside of Walls. However, they should still be protected by defenses to prevent attackers from earning easy percentage points.

Elixir Collector

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Elixir Collector
The Elixir Collector produces Elixir for your Builder Base, and is the only source of Elixir outside of Versus Battles. Like the Gold Mine, it should be kept outside of Walls for the same reasons as the Gold Mine.

Gold Storage

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Gold Storage
The Gold Storage stores Gold in the Builder Base. Unlike the Gold Storage in the Home Village, the Gold Storage will not give up any loot when damaged or destroyed, so it's best to keep the Gold Storage outside of Walls, but still in strategic locations to soak up damage, due to its somewhat high hitpoints.

Elixir Storage

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Elixir Storage
The Elixir Storage stores Elixir in the Builder Base. Like the Gold Storage in the Builder Base, resources cannot be stolen directly from it, so it can be kept outside Walls. Due to its high hitpoints, it can be placed strategically to soak up damage in critical areas and allow your defenses more time.

Gem Mine

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Gem Mine
The Gem Mine mines Gems for the player to use. Other than that, it has no defensive capability, but its gems are not vulnerable to attack either, so it should be placed outside of Walls.

Army Buildings


Builder Barracks

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Builder Barracks
The Builder Barracks trains Builder Base Troops for the player to use. While training Builder Base Troops is relatively quick, upgrading the Builder Barracks unlocks new troops when it is completed, but will halt troop training completely since you only get one Builder Barracks. Due to it lacking defensive capability, it should be placed outside of Walls.

Army Camp

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Army Camp
The Army Camp houses Builder Base Troops. Unlike the Army Camp in the Home Village, it cannot be upgraded, and takes up much less space. Regardless, it has no defensive capability and low hitpoints, so it should be placed outside of Walls in the protection of defenses.

Star Laboratory

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Star Laboratory

The Star Laboratory powers up your Builder Base Troops using Elixir, allowing them to have more health, damage, improved abilities, or simply allowing more of a troop to fit at once. Since it is of no significance in defense, it can be left outside Walls; but you can place it strategically to soak up enemy fire due to its high hitpoints.


Battle Machine Altar

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War Machine Altar
The Battle Machine Altar is an altar that houses the Battle Machine whenever it is not in battle. Unlike altars in the Home Village, the Battle Machine will not be present on it during a battle, so it cannot defend your Builder Base. As a result, the Altar can be left outside of Walls. Additionally, it has no regeneration time unlike heroes from the Home Village.

Other Buildings


Clock Tower

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Clock Tower
The Clock Tower has the unique ability to speed up time in the Builder Base. Other than that, it has no defensive capabilities, not even speeding up defenses when it is active. It can be placed outside of Walls; you can place it in a strategic location as a high-hitpoint tank.
Builder Base Buildings
Defensive Buildings CannonDouble CannonArcher TowerHidden TeslaFirecrackersCrusherGuard PostAir BombsMulti MortarO.T.T.O's Outpost (Zappy) • RoasterGiant CannonMega TeslaLava LauncherX-BowWalls
Traps: Push TrapSpring TrapMineMega Mine
Resource Buildings Builder Hall (Magic Items) • Gold MineElixir CollectorGold StorageElixir StorageGem MineB.O.B Control
Army Buildings Builder BarracksArmy CampStar LaboratoryBattle Machine AltarReinforcement CampHealing HutBattle Copter Altar
Other Buildings BoatDecorationsObstaclesClock TowerElixir Cart

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