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How to get gems in Castle Clash

Updated on June 12, 2014
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Introduction to Castle Clash.

Castle Clash is one of the most popular smart phone games out right now. Millions of players battle every day in the arena, raids and dungeons crawls. One of the most important resources in Castle Clash is gems. Gems can be obtained in several ways through playing, or can be bought with real money.

I prefer to get my gems for free. I will not pay hundreds of dollars for a game I play on my smart phone. To get gems you need to make sure you log in each day and complete all of the steps to getting gems. You can get several hundred gems each day with little effort.

Daily rewards in Castle Clash.

Complete the daily rewards. Each day when you log into Castle Clash you should visit the daily reward board. Under the Earn Gems tab you will receive 5 gems for logging in. You will also receive gems ranging from 20 to 100 for redeeming the daily rewards. This is a minimum of 25 gems and possibly up to 105. As a bonus you will receive many slimes and a free Paladin and free Druid every 30 days. This means that getting the daily reward every day is very important.

Daily raid rewards in Castle Clash.

Next make sure to raid several opponents. Under the Earn Gems tab you will receive 10 gems for obtaining a certain amount of gold from your opponents. You will also receive 10 gems from obtaining a certain amount of mana from your opponents. The amount needed is based on the amount of times you have received the reward. Next fight in the arena 10 times. This will net you an additional 5 gems. This is another 25 free gems each day.

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Title gem rewards.

Click on the title icon in the top left corner above your honor badge counter. Depending on your ranking you will receive daily rewards. Gem rewards start at 5 and go up to 100. You also get honor badges and a boost to your attack while in the arena.

Quest gem rewards in Castle Clash.

Click on the title icon in the top left corner above your honor badge counter. Depending on your ranking you will receive daily rewards. Gem rewards start at 5 and go up to 100. You also get honor badges and a boost to your attack while in the arena.

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Hero Trial gem rewards in Castle Clash.

The new Hero Trials also have gem rewards. Complete the highest level of Hero Trials to receive the maximum number of free gems. The reward ranges from 3 to over 100 gems.

Tapjoy gem rewards in Castle Clash.

The last way to obtain free gems is to do tapjoy. Tapjoy is a partnering site that allows you to complete offers and receive gems. Offers include free things like doing surveys and downloading and installing games. They offer higher amount of gems for purchasing items such as subscriptions to Hulu.

How many gems can you expect each day?

You should be able to get between 100 and 300 gems a day for an average player. High end players should be able to get close to 500 gems without doing Tapjoy offers.

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