In this guide, I will be talking about Clarion Call. If you are a beginner and recently started playing Rise of Kingdoms, it is a good idea to check out my Rise of Kingdoms Guide for Beginners to help you get started with this amazing real-time strategy mobile app game.
That being said, Clarion Call is an event that comes around once in a while. This event requires you to kill barbarians in order to rake up points and compete with other governors to reap in rewards. If you are looking to level up a few commanders of yours, you definitely should participate in this event.
But I will be explaining how you can maximize your advantage in Clarion Call and that involves doing some of the most helpful & popular tips, including picking the right commanders, the right troops to mobilize your armies and such. That’s how high-powered players are doing it.
As a Free-to-Play player, you shouldn’t have that much of an issue reaching in the top 100 ranking for individual rewards. If your alliance members and you have done well on Clarion Call, there’s a good chance your alliance will reach top 20 ranking with the most points to be eligible for receiving the rewards.
Take a moment and look at the rewards for both individual and alliance. Let these rewards sink in for a moment and soon enough, you will realize how good they are if you manage to climb high enough in terms of points.
Potential Rewards from Clarion Call
- 100 Gems x 10
- Golden Key x 10
- 60 Minutes Building Speedup x 10
- 60 Minutes Training Speedup x 10
- Advanced Army Expansion x 2
- 50,000 XP Tome x 2
- Resource Pack x 50
- Speedup Pack x 40
- 12 Hours Enhanced Defense x 5
- 5,000 Alliance Credits x 10
And lastly, not to forget to mention that you also can open chests from the event tab once you attained certain points. You rake up points by killing barbarians that contributes towards the progression bar. Upon reaching the final chest, you will get 10 legendary starlight sculptures — which you need it to star upgrade your commanders such as Cao Cao and Aethelflaed for instance.
Intrigued to learn more about how you can get these rewards the easy way without having to spend ton and ton of action points? Without further ado, let’s find out how you can get in the top 100 ranking for individual rewards and top 20 for alliance rewards.
How to Get Points Fast in Clarion Call
Getting points is pretty easy once you get hang of it. For this event, you will want to use peacekeeping commanders like Minamoto, Lohar, or Boudica. If your primary peacekeeping commander do not have any AoE capabilities, pair them with a secondary commander like Baibars so that you can chain-farm barbarians.
One of the main advantage for using a peacekeeping commander as the primary commander is that it costs less action point to dispatch them against barbarians, which is 40 points compared to 50 points. Plus, they have the home field advantage due to increased damage versus barbarians.
Before you dispatch your army, you need to find a good spots to gather all the barbarians in one spot and down all of them. The barbarian camps is pretty good spots to quickly farm in a single go. Each zones and in particular Zone 1 is packed with barbarians due to fewer players in the region.
Once you find a good spot to kill barbarians, send out your army and use the AoE active skill without actually attacking other barbarian groups. Whenever your commander uses AoE active skill and hits the barbarians, they will attack you without expending extra action points (Sun Tzu doesn’t work since he uses targeted AoE active skill).
Repeat this process until you have fully expend all of your action points. You should have no problem quickly raking in the points and skyrocketing your ranking during the Clarion Call. Being a high-powered player also helps out since high-level barbarians tends to give slightly more points compared to low level barbarians.
Over to You!
That’s all Governors! I hope you found my guide on Clarion Call helpful and insightful. If you have any questions about this event, please feel free to drop a comment in the comments section below. Thank you for reading and happy ruling governors!