How to Complete the Hasty Balloons Challenge in Clash of Clans

Jayita T
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Clash of Clans introduces new events and challenges for its players almost every week. With the recent new update of Clan Capital and Raid Weekends, where players can battle in a brand new type of combat, things have been quite busy in the Clan Villages. This guide will take you through the process of how to complete the Hasty Balloons challenge in Clash of Clans.

Hasty Balloons Challenge Guide in Clash of Clans

After the Wizard of Awes challenge last week, Clash of Clans is back for more with Hasty Balloons. These are challenges where all players can participate for free as long as they have the Barracks level for the troops required to complete the challenge.

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You have to participate with at least the minimum number of the specific troops specified in the challenge, which you can view on the Events page. These challenges are also a great way to earn loot and magic items. 

In the Hasty Balloons troop challenge, you will need to win 10 multiplayer battles by using a specific number of Balloons in their army composition. As part of the event, you will be able to train them at a discounted cost, and save on Elixir. At the same time, you can earn rewards like magic items, resources, and experience when you have successfully completed the challenge.

You will receive a 60% discount on training balloons and Haste Spell. The number of Balloons you need to use will depend on your Town Hall level. For the highest level, this number is 6 Balloons. You should deploy them all in battle, and win the battle with at least one star to count as a victory. It’s a good idea to pair the Balloons and Haste spells with more powerful air units such as Dragons, Lava Hounds or Electro Dragons, or use a hybrid attack with ground troops.

On completing the challenge with 10 wins, you will receive 400 experience points and a Power Potion. You will also be able to enjoy the discounted prices for the remainder of the event duration.

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