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  • Defensive
  • 3.1
  • Jan 10, 2018 (9 days ago)
3
Cannon
Rarity: Common
Type: Building
Defensive building. Shoots cannonballs with deadly effect, but cannot target flying troops.
Seen in 50% of the last 50 competitive decks.
3
Cannon
5
Minion Horde
Rarity: Common
Type: Troop
Six fast, unarmored flying attackers. Three's a crowd, six is a horde!
Seen in 32% of the last 50 competitive decks.
5
Minion Horde
1
Ice Spirit
Rarity: Common
Type: Troop
Spawns one lively little Ice Spirit to freeze a group of enemies. Stay frosty.
Seen in 0% of the last 50 competitive decks.
1
Ice Spirit
3
Cannon
Rarity: Common
Type: Building
Defensive building. Shoots cannonballs with deadly effect, but cannot target flying troops.
Seen in 50% of the last 50 competitive decks.
3
Cannon
1
Ice Spirit
Rarity: Common
Type: Troop
Spawns one lively little Ice Spirit to freeze a group of enemies. Stay frosty.
Seen in 0% of the last 50 competitive decks.
1
Ice Spirit
4
Night Witch
Rarity: Legendary
Type: Troop
Summons Bats to do her bidding, even after death! And if you get too close, she isn't afraid of pitching in with her mean-looking battle staff.
Seen in 0% of the last 50 competitive decks.
4
Night Witch
3
Miner
Rarity: Legendary
Type: Troop
The Miner can burrow his way underground and appear anywhere in the Arena. It's not magic, it's a shovel.
Seen in 14% of the last 50 competitive decks.
3
Miner
5
Giant
Rarity: Rare
Type: Troop
Slow but durable, only attacks buildings. A real one-man wrecking crew!
Seen in 16% of the last 50 competitive decks.
5
Giant

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Cards that are commonly used to counter multiple cards in this deck:

4
Fireball
Rarity: Rare
Type: Spell
Annnnnd... Fireball. Incinerates a small area, dealing high damage. Reduced damage to Crown Towers.
Seen in 18% of the last 50 competitive decks.
4
Fireball
5
Minion Horde
Rarity: Common
Type: Troop
Six fast, unarmored flying attackers. Three's a crowd, six is a horde!
Seen in 32% of the last 50 competitive decks.
5
Minion Horde
2
Spear Goblins
Rarity: Common
Type: Troop
Three unarmored ranged attackers. Who the heck taught these guys to throw spears!?! Who thought that was a good idea?!
Seen in 24% of the last 50 competitive decks.
2
Spear Goblins
4
Baby Dragon
Rarity: Epic
Type: Troop
Flying troop that deals area damage. Baby dragons hatch cute, hungry, and ready for a barbeque.
Seen in 6% of the last 50 competitive decks.
4
Baby Dragon
5
Witch
Rarity: Epic
Type: Troop
Summons skeletons, shoots destructo beams, has glowing pink eyes that unfortunately don't shoot lasers.
Seen in 4% of the last 50 competitive decks.
5
Witch
2
Goblins
Rarity: Common
Type: Troop
Three fast, unarmored melee attackers. Small, fast, green and mean!
Seen in 50% of the last 50 competitive decks.
2
Goblins
5
Barbarians
Rarity: Common
Type: Troop
A horde of melee attackers with mean mustaches and even meaner tempers.
Seen in 24% of the last 50 competitive decks.
5
Barbarians
2
Zap
Rarity: Common
Type: Spell
Lightning zaps enemies, dealing damage inside a small radius. Reduced damage to Crown Towers.
Seen in 62% of the last 50 competitive decks.
2
Zap
3
Minions
Rarity: Common
Type: Troop
Three fast, unarmored flying attackers. Roses are red, minions are blue, they can fly, and will crush you!
Seen in 40% of the last 50 competitive decks.
3
Minions

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To stop getting notifications from an event you're not interested in, decline the invitation when you respond.To turn off notifications for an event you've responded to with Interested, Going or Maybe:Go to the eventClick in the top rightSelect Notification SettingsClick Off to stop receiving all notificationsClick DoneYou can also turn off notifications you get from an event right when you see them.View Full Article Share ArticleWas this information helpful?YesNo. How do I export my events or friends' birthdays?You can export events and friends' birthdays from Facebook into calendar programs like Apple iCal, Microsoft Outlook and Google Calendar.To export all upcoming events or birthdays at once:Click Events on the left side of your homepage.On the bottom right side, below Find Events, click Upcoming Events to export all upcoming events. share a note on Facebook, then the app should ask them whether they let Facebook use their app or something, you know the usual stuff. –vsync Apr 22 '13 at 21:20 can we get unlike event also . 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I want them to use my app without any login/registration, then if they click on a facebook specific feature e.g. The event will appear in the group's discussion and members can choose to join.If your group is smaller than 250 people, you can invite your entire group to the event by clicking Invite all members while creating your event. Now my answer is completed. denis , curling the URL will produce the same result as viewing the page directly or as is displayed in an iframe. The exception to this is by using controls that have been exposed by cross-domain communication code on the document inside the iframe (the facebook.com page containing the Like button). SDKsiOS SDKAndroid SDKJavaScript SDKPHP SDKUnity SDK. ToolsGraph API ExplorerOpen Graph DebuggerObject BrowserJavaScript Test ConsoleAPI Upgrade ToolFacebook Analytics. asked 7 years, 3 months ago viewed 38,866 times active 3 years, 3 months ago Blog Take the 2018 Developer Survey Linked 85 Detect Click into Iframe using JavaScript 8 Iframe Like button not firing edge.create 0 How to hide Facebook Like Button after click? Related 1862How do I detect a click outside an element?1495Event binding on dynamically created elements?1335 vs. –AndrewF Oct 3 '12 at 19:40 add a comment up vote 3 down vote You cannot use JavaScript to access elements within an iframe that does not belong to the current URL, as I guess the domain you're using is not facebook.com you won't be able to attach an event to the like button in this way. It would make like button spamable and Facebook can not allow that. It doesn't work though. Do you have a link? –user212218 Oct 11 '11 at 18:54 add a comment up vote -1 down vote I have found a work around on this problem that works well with iframe. shareimprove this answer answered Sep 15 '10 at 15:08 Ben Everard 10.6k95292 add a comment up vote 2 down vote One can detect 'like' and 'unlike' event of facebook like button using edge.create and edge.remove respectively. How do I respond to an event?To respond to a public event:Go to the event and click Interested or GoingYou'll get updates about the event and can always change your response later.To respond to a private event:Go to the event and click Going, Maybe or Can't GoNote: For private events, hosts and other guests are able to see when you've viewed an event invitation.To save an event:If you want to keep your interest in an event private, you can save it:Click Select SaveEvents you've saved will be listed under your upcoming events.People may be able to see if you're Interested or Going to events in a News Feed story, through notifications, on the event itself or in the Events section of your profile, depending on the event's privacy setting.View Full Article Share ArticleWas this information helpful?YesNo. Note: Private events can't be shared in status updates.View Full Article Share ArticleWas this information helpful?YesNo. –lagos Dec 16 '15 at 14:50 show 2 more comments up vote 9 down vote Something like this private void performFacebookLogin() { Log.d("FACEBOOK", "performFacebookLogin"); final Session.NewPermissionsRequest newPermissionsRequest = new Session.NewPermissionsRequest(this, Arrays.asList("email")); Session openActiveSession = Session.openActiveSession(this, true, new Session.StatusCallback() { Override public void call(Session session, SessionState state, Exception exception) { Log.d("FACEBOOK", "call"); if (session.isOpened() && !isFetching) { Log.d("FACEBOOK", "if (session.isOpened() && !isFetching)"); isFetching = true; session.requestNewReadPermissions(newPermissionsRequest); Request getMe = Request.newMeRequest(session, new GraphUserCallback() { Override public void onCompleted(GraphUser user, Response response) { Log.d("FACEBOOK", "onCompleted"); if (user != null) { Log.d("FACEBOOK", "user != null"); org.json.JSONObject graphResponse = response.getGraphObject().getInnerJSONObject(); String email = graphResponse.optString("email"); String id = graphResponse.optString("id"); String facebookName = user.getUsername(); if (email == null email.length() permissions = session.getPermissions(); Session.NewPermissionsRequest newPermissionsRequest = new Session.NewPermissionsRequest(getActivity(), Arrays.asList("readmailbox")); session.requestNewReadPermissions(newPermissionsRequest); shareimprove this answer answered Aug 18 '14 at 20:39 Dany19 333224 1 What is your permissions variable for? It doesn't seem to be used in the next statement. How do I invite the members of a group to an event?Members of a group can create group events and invite other group members to join.To create a group event:Go to your group and click Events from the left hand side.Click Create Event.Fill in the event details and then click Create.Once you create an event, you'll be set as the host. .. This is by design for security. How do I invite people to my event?If you're a host of an event, you can invite your friends to the event. Click a section at the top of your list to view events by type (ex: Invites, Hosting).Upcoming events will also appear in the top right of your homepage, and you can use the search bar to find a specific event.View Full Article Share ArticleWas this information helpful?YesNo 5a02188284

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