This is a list of elements that can be used on the Battlefield of a Clan Citadel. Green is neutral, and blue/red is for teams. Even though 200 can be set, you can make more than 200 then holding the mouse and clicking on the place you want. For example, if you were to make a large amount of small walls, a player would click on one corner to another corner, removing anything in its path. So if a player wanted to make a cross, made the horizontal row as one element, and make the vertical row as one element, the horizontal row would be removed.
You can also delete elements by right clicking then within the editor, and pressing "delete". You can also see an example by hovering the mouse over that square.
= This option can be set for this element
= This option cannot be set
All sides, north side, east side, south side or west side. Agility ranges from none to 100.
All sides, north side, east side, south side or west side. This element blocks Ranged and Magic attacks. Agility ranges from none to 100.
Neutral, red or blue. Players enter the Battlefield through a portal of their team's colour. Each team may have multiple portals on the Battlefield, but only one active portal at a time.At the start of every game, one portal will automatically activate for each team. The red portal closest to the south-west corner will automatically activate at the start of every game. The blue portal automatically activates at the north-east, and the closest neutral portal to the centre will automatically activate
Short or tall, red or blue. Players cannot pass through the opposing team's door. Tall doors block Ranged and Magic attacks.
Short or tall. Neutral, red, or blue. Players can immediately destroy their own team's barriers. The barriers will either need a key, or the use of Mining, Woodcutting, Strength, or Thieving. Health varies, from very low to elite.
Short or tall. Tall blocks block Ranged and Magic attacks. Small blocks can be used as safespotting for Battlefield Warriors.
Items obtained from these spawns may only be used on the Battlefield.
Balls may be passed to teammate who are within range. Players on the opposing team can tackle ball-carriers to get the ball for their own team. Some players are harder to tackle than others. It is unknown why this is.
Neutral, red, or blue. Like the ball spawn, other players may tackle flag-carriers to get the flags for their own team. 'Can Use Agility Obstacles' can be toggled on and off.
Neutral, red, or blue. Teams are rewarded for bringing a flag or ball to goals.
Increases a certain stat by a certain amount. These power ups can be used to obtain the highest Summoning, Agility, and Magic boost in the game, boosting your level by 10. The Summoning and Agility boosts are commonly used by clan members for opening effigies.
Increases or decreases a certain stat by a certain amount.
Visible or invisible. Damages players who step on them. Damage varies from 5-1000, or can be done by percentages from very little to 100%. This can be avoided if a player is running and clicks over the spikes.
North, east, south, or west. Players who step on a conveyor skid helplessly in the specified direction.
Acts as a barrier to players and monsters. Ranged and magic attacks can still be used.
Causes players to skid helplessly in the direction they were last travelling until they hit an obstacle or a patch of floor with no ice. Does not affect players who clicked over the ice.
Players cannot start running while on these tiles. Does not affect players who clicked over the sticky tile.
The number of monsters or flags/balls at any given moment on the clan battlefield seems to be related to the number of players. It is unknown if this is a bug or not. This may hinder battlefields as a smaller amount of people may not be able to truly score points without certain pieces that were intended to be put in by the battlefield creator.
Neutral, red-aligned, or blue-aligned. Team-aligned warriors will attack members of the opposing team, while neutral warriors attack anyone. They can hit often sometimes, and have a very low max hit with low life points.
Neutral, red-aligned, or blue-aligned. Team-aligned mages will attack members of the opposing team, while neutral mages attack anyone. They have life points, but hit the highest out of all three, around 210.
Neutral, red-aligned, or blue-aligned. Team-aligned rangers will attack members of the opposing team, while neutral rangers attack anyone.They have low life points and hits semi-often. There is a glitch where if it spawns and is not attacked, it will keep spawning until it attacks someone or someone attacks it.