Clash Of Clans Dragon Attack Video: Thirteen Nukes Walk Into A Room, Guess What Happens Next
There is no official Webster's term for a collective of Dragons, seeing as Dragons are mythological creatures and thus, never really existed. Several suggestions pop up in various google searches: flight, clan and the Pern-inspired Weyr of dragons, but there is no agreed upon word.
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So, while it would make sense to call a 13 dragon assault in Clash of Clans a 'clan', I think we can do better. A rage of Dragons? A swarm? A storm? Something mythic, almost godlike. However we decide, we can all agree that while Dragons in CoC are pretty awesome, we should treat them as the fantasy equivalent of nuclear weapons or steak sauce: use sparingly.
Youtuber Galadon of Clash of Clans Attacks, certainly our favorite channel for all things CoC related, has taken up the call and has summoned forth a maelstrom of Dragons (ooh, I like that one). He does this because he cares about you and doesn't want you to lose trophies in a terribly conceived adventure.
The folly of dragons (not a collective name, but that works, too) is that they are so powerful, you forget the basics. As if having your finger on the nuclear option suddenly makes the rules of engagement irrelevant. However, as anyone who saw the first ten minutes of the latest Hobbit film can attest to, dragons are very vulnerable.
During the three assaults, consisting of 13 dragons (12 from his own stores and the remaining from Lost Phoenix's Clan castle), the devastation - and the dragon's destruction - is swift and definitive. In fact, the King and the Queen have to come in and play sweep to prevent Galadon from losing trophies on several occasions.
The point made in the video is not when your nuclear bomb is a flying, firebreathing deathdealer, you really should offer up some support. Watch the video below and tell us what you think.
How about a 'lore of dragons'? Or, to be cheeky, a 'taxation of dragons'? I could go on. Where is my dictionary?