At level 1, the Watchtower is a basic tower with a wooden platform and a flag been hung surrounding the platform to the midpoint of the watchtower's support beams.
At level 2, the Watchtower has small beams protruding from its platform constructed with wood as well as the flag being replaced with a wooden backboard.
At level 3, the Watchtower then has a darker coloured platform and a lighter colour wooden edge as well as stone supports surrounding the base of the watchtower and flags are also hung from its sides
At level 4, the Watchtower has a stone like platform and rim with metal like edges
At level 5, the Watchtower has got bigger flags
At level 6, the Watchtower has a larger stone base support and also has wood paneled sides with dotes placed centrally in a horizontal line around the tower as well as the extra addition of another platform rim
At level 7, the Watchtower gains a dark metal to its stone support sections as well as a darker metal panelling along the sides and the introduction of a shiny blue metal to the edges of the platform in each corner.
Watchtower is a defensive unit which has a very long range. This is useful as it allows the Watchtower to be placed very far apart from another one and still covers a large area. There are two possible outcomes to consider when placing Watchtowers. The first main thing to consider is placing your Watchtowers close together. This make your Watchtowers very strong as 4 arrows are hitting troops in a large area. The negative about this is at higher levels, there will possibly be places where a person can place their troops that can not be attacked by your Watchtowers. The other strategy to consider is the placement of your Watchtowers to the outermost corners of your base. If your base is not to large, all Watchtowers should be able to cover your base and some fair distances away from it. Therefore, always having at least one Watchtower inflicting damage upon the enemy.