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Star Points
“Use Star Points to unlock cosmetics
for your cards!”

Star Points are used to unlock cosmetic changes for Cards. Star Points can be spent to upgrade Level 7, 10, and 13 cards and give them Star Levels, but the player must have be King Level 9. Cards with one Star Level glow bright gold while being deployed. Cards with more Star Levels have golden particle effects and golden clothing, armor, weapons, or other elements added to their sprites in battle. Star Levels do not have any effects on interactions; they are purely cosmetic. All non-Champion cards currently have at least one Star Level, with some having two or three.

Obtaining

  • Players can obtain Star Points once they reach King Level 9, Star Points appear in the Experience bar on the top right and can be toggled to change between them. In a King's Level lower than 50, if you gain Experience when donating and upgrading Cards, you would gain Star Points for the same amount. Collecting max-Level Cards in any way (from Chests, trading) will award Star Points as well as Gold (1 for each Common, 10 for each Rare, 100 for each Epic, 1,000 for each Legendary, and 2,000 for each Champion)
  • Also, when max-Level Cards are bought from the Shop, they are transformed directly into Star Points. Since the Cards overflown also convert to Gold, half of the Gold spent this way is refunded. This means for non-Legendary Cards, the player will get 1 Star Point for 5 Gold, but for Legendary Cards, you get 1 Star Point for 20 Gold.
  • If you use Trade Tokens to get Star Points instead of letting the Trade Tokens overflow and convert to Gold, this is cheaper than buying Star Points in the Shop (you get 1 Star Point for 1 Gold for non-Legendary Cards, 2 Gold for Legendary Cards).
  • However, Cards that the player has collected enough of to upgrade them to the max Level, but have not been upgraded to the max Level, will not award Star Points.

Statistics

Star Level Star Points Required Total Star Points Required
1 5,000 5,000
2 10,000 15,000
3 20,000 35,000

History

2018

2019

2020

  • On 2/1/2020, a maintenence break, fixed some Star Level sound effects issues.

2021

  • On 27/10/2021, the Champions Update, decreased the King Level required to get Star Point from Level 13 to Level 6, with more Star levels being unlocked as the Card progresses levels. Star Level 1 at Card Level 7, Star Level 2 at Card Level 10, and Star Level 3 at Card Level 13. Star Level upgrades will show to the left of the Magic Items button on the Card. It also added new Star Levels for the Mother Witch.

2022

  • On 30/3/2022, the Miner Update fixed some Star Level sound effects issues.
  • On 27/6/2022, the Summer 2022 Update, made it so that Star Levels are now hidden when viewing Card info screens from the Clan UI.

Trivia

  • The maximum amount of Star Points any player can have at one time is 5,000,000.
  • Every card in the game (except spells) on Star Level 1 gets a gold deploying effect only.
  • Star Levels in Tournaments, Challenges, or Friendly Battles remain visually intact despite the Level cap.
  • Some troops and buildings resemble higher leveled Clash of Clans counterparts after making Star upgrades. More specifically:
    • The Star Level 2 skin of the Archers grants them a tiara similar to the Level 7 Archer from Clash of Clans.
    • The Star Level 3 skin of the Balloon resembles the Level 3 Balloon from Clash of Clans, only without its crown.
    • The Star Level 3 skin of the Cannon Cart grants it the Golden Dragon's head, a boss that appears in a Single Player Map in Clash of Clans.
    • The Star Level 2 skin of the Elite Barbarians resembles the Level 7 Barbarian from Clash of Clans.
    • The Star Level 2 skin of the Giant resembles the Level 5 Giant from Clash of Clans.
    • The Star Level 3 skin of the Goblins and Spear Goblins grants them a red mohawk similar to the Level 6 Goblin from Clash of Clans. The Goblins that spawn from the Goblin Gang, Goblin Cage, Goblin Hut, Goblin Giant, and Goblin Barrel also gain a red mohawk.
    • The Star Level 2 skin of the Inferno Tower resembles the Level 3 Inferno Tower from Clash of Clans.
    • The Star Level 3 skin of the Minions and Minion Horde resembles the Level 3 Minion from Clash of Clans.
    • An opposing Star Level 2 skin of the Night Witch resembles the Level 13 Night Witch from Clash of Clans.
    • The Star Level 2 skin of the P.E.K.K.A. grants her a second sword similar to the Level 4 P.E.K.K.A from Clash of Clans. However, the P.E.K.K.A in Clash Royale will never attack with the other sword or both swords, while the P.E.K.K.A in Clash of Clans will swing both.
    • The Star Level 2 skin of the Royal Giant grants him a cannon that resembles the Level 10 Cannon from Clash of Clans.
    • The Star Level 2 skin of the Tesla resembles the Level 6 Hidden Tesla from Clash of Clans.
    • The Star Level 2 skin of the Witch resembles the Level 3 Witch from Clash of Clans.
    • The Star Level 2 skin of the Wizard resembles the Level 10 Wizard from Clash of Clans. An opposing Star Level 2 skin resembles the Level 11 Wizard from Clash of Clans.
  • The Elite Barbarians, Hog Rider, and Rocket are the only cards in which an Emote is the subject of relates to one of their Star Levels.
  • The Rocket's Star Level 3 Skin has a Goblin riding on top of it.
  • Certain cards have fewer Star Levels, despite spawning a troop that has more Star Levels. More specifically:
    • Despite other cards that spawn Skeletons having 3 Star Levels, the Tombstone, and Witch only have 2 Star Levels.
    • Despite other cards that spawn Goblins having 3 Star Levels, the Goblin Drill only has 1 Star Level.
    • Despite other cards that spawn Royal Recruits having 2 Star Levels, the Royal Delivery only has 1 Star Level.
  • In the Star Level intro video, the Musketeer was shown to have 3 Star Levels. However, she ended up with only 2 Star Levels in-game.
  • The Hog Rider's Star Level 3 skin is not the same as it is shown in the Star Levels commercial and the Star Level intro video. In the commercial and the intro video, he has a fully golden beard mustache and mohawk, whereas in-game only his mohawk is golden.
  • The Elixir Golem's Star Level 1 skin has a different deploy sound effect to the one of an Elixir Golem without Star Levels.
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