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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 a level 6 King Tower. 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 cards currently have at least one Star Level, with some having two or three.
- Players can obtain Star Points once they reach King Level 6, Star Points appear in a bar à la the Experience bar on the top right and can be toggled to change between them. In a King's Level lower than 14, 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, Quests, trading) will award Star Points as well as Gold (1 for each Common, 10 for each Rare, 100 for each Epic, and 1,000 for each Legendary.)
- 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.
- Star Points were added in the December 2018 Update.
- The Slash Royale update cut the all star point prices in half from October 18 to 26.
- In the 10/27/21 November update, instead of only level 13 players being able to use them, players with King Level 6+ are able to use them, with 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 item button on the card.
- 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.
- Archers gain a tiara à la level 7 Archer from Clash of Clans.
- Balloon resembles the level 3-4 Balloon from Clash of Clans.
- Elite Barbarians horns of their helmet turns gold, à la level 7 Barbarian from Clash of Clans.
- Giant gains brass knuckles à la level 5 Giant from Clash of Clans.
- Goblins, as well as Spear Goblins and Goblin Brawler gain a red mohawk like the level 6 Goblin from Clash of Clans.
- Inferno Tower resembles level 3 from Clash of Clans.
- Minion resembles the level 3 Minion from Clash of Clans.
- Mortar resembles a Level 5 Mortar from Clash of Clans.
- Night Witch greatly resembles both the level 13-16 and 17-18 Night Witch from Clash of Clans.
- P.E.K.K.A gains another sword à la level 4 P.E.K.K.A from Clash of Clans.
- Tesla resembles the level 6 from Clash of Clans.
- Witch resembles level 3-4 Witch from Clash of Clans.
- Wizard resembles level 10 from Clash of Clans.
- In the game, a Star Level 2 Mega Knight only has a golden breastplate, whereas in the Star Points trailer, a Mega Knight with a golden helmet and golden "fists" is shown.
- In game the Princess has one star level, however in the star points trailer she had fully golden armor teasing that she would have a skin. However, she ended up not having two star levels.
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