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Your Town Hall and Builder Hall house a unique collection of extraordinary items. Within their interfaces, you can access a comprehensive inventory of all Magic Items, prioritizing the ones you possess. In addition, detailed descriptions are available for each item.

Magic Items deliver various advantages to your buildings, troops, heroes, spells, and other in-game aspects. While some items enhance production rates, others can instantly finish ongoing upgrades or offer miscellaneous perks. If you find a Magic Item unnecessary, you may exchange it for Gems.

Six methods exist to acquire Magic Items: reaching specific reward tiers in Clan Games and Season Challenges, completing objectives in certain Events, purchasing with Clan War League Medals, buying from the Trader, or directly purchasing from the in-game shop with real money. Relevant Magic Items, such as the Power Potion, can be utilized in Clan Wars.

To access your Magic Item inventory, navigate to the Town Hall or Builder Hall. However, note that some items cannot be used directly from this inventory screen. Rest assured, Magic Items are safe from theft by attackers.


Currently, 24 distinct Magic Items are available: 5 books, 8 potions, 5 runes, 4 hammers, and the remaining two consist of a shovel and a wall ring. Each Magic Item type serves a unique purpose: for instance, books enable immediate completion of upgrades, runes replenish resource storages, shovels relocate obstacles, and hammers bypass both time and cost requirements for upgrades.

There is a specific storage limit for each Magic Item: 5 potions and shovels, 1 book, rune, and hammer, and 25 wall rings. To surpass these limits, you must purchase special offers from the Shop. Before the December 2018 update, excess Magic Items from Events could also be held without restrictions.

Should Magic Items from Events, Clan Games, or Season Challenges exceed your inventory capacity, they can be sold for Gems instead.

Below is a comprehensive table outlining all Magic Items and their respective functions: