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How to use Siege Machines in Clash of Clans

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You may have heard of other players mentioning Siege Machines in-game, maybe even within your clan. While this unit type may seem intimidating, it's actually fairly simple to use once you get the hang of the basics.

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What are Siege Machines?

Siege Machines are weapons that function as deployable units to enhance your troops. They were introduced into the game in 2018 with two Siege Machine types, the Battle Blimp and Wall Wrecker. As of 2021, there are five types. These weapons work by transporting your team to the battle area with more defense. They can be thought of as similar to real-life military tanks.

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Siege Machines as Units

To use Siege Machines, you need to make sure you have made the one you want in the Workshop or have someone donate one of theirs to you. Once you have done that, you will go to the same area when you deploy units. They will be under your Available Units tab. Pick the Siege Machine you want and deploy it with the rest of your reinforcements.

A Siege Machine will continue to function until it is damaged too heavily or completes the challenge it set out to finish.

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