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The game highly encourages and rewards collaborative play. Tribe members and Facebook friends can reduce build times and boost resource collection for each other. Tribe mates can also visit each other’s bases to interact with the game board, get inspiration for their building layouts and exchange strategic advice.

Battle Dragons offers players a fresh new way to practice and refine their strategies in a sandbox environment known as “Spar” mode. Players can engage in combat without penalty in their own base to test its defenses and learn what troop combinations are optimal against each fortification.  Future updates will add the ability for tribe mates to spar with each other.
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