‘Clash of Clans’ Dragon Event Begins Soon As Iran Blocks Game Due To Violence, Tribalism Allegations

By Henry Abragan , Updated Jan 06, 2017 09:48 AM EST
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"Clash Of Clans" has a new Dragon event that has reportedly been getting much attention after being announced last month. Based on reports, the new major game promotion is expected to provide some Dragon firepower to the armies.

"Clash of Clans" Dragon Event Begins When Clashmas Promo Ends

As soon as the holiday update Clashmas promotion ends on Jan. 5, the "Clash of Clans" Dragon event will begin. While the date has been confirmed, no details were revealed about the specific provisions, although reports suggest that these may possibly look like the Hog Rider.

In addition, Dragons in the "Clash of Clash" are likely to be given at a costly training discount, which is believed to provide a gem and XP bonus by using them in completing a special Dragon Events Challenge. Based on reports, the previous goal was to win three multiplayer games with not less than 10 Hogs in the army.

"Clash of Clans" Dragon is among the strongest troops the game has to offer, in terms of strategy. Reports indicate that this is required for taking out defenses and for downing swarms of Goblins and Barbarians that are difficult to reach in the air, and effective as well with a well-timed Rage spell.

Other benefits to the "Clash of Clans" discounted Dragons are said to go beyond power, as the troops could be Elixir drains when training, which is an ideal time to stock up on a specific resource while keeping a strong attack. For players who need Elixir, getting involved is needed, Tech Crunch reported.

"Clash of Clans" Gets Blocked In Iran

Due to claims of promoting tribalism and violence, Iran reportedly blocks "Clash of Clans." According to reports, the Iranian censors followed the findings made by a group of psychologists, suggesting that the "Clash of Clans" promotes tribal conflict and violence.

Although "Clash of Clans" is likely to be allowed in the country again in the future, restrictions are believed to be implemented. In a statement released by the country's deputy attorney general Dr. Abdolsamad Khoramabadi, it was revealed that a large number of committee members have voted in favor of limiting the availability of the game, according to Polygon.

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