Heal Soldiers in the Clash of Kings Game for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

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    When your game is open, scroll across your kingdom to the hospital tents.
    Click on a hospital tent once.
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    Three icons will appear below the tent.
    Select the option on the right, which is "Heal".
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    You can see in the next screen that it will take me 2 seconds to heal my 2 wounded soldiers.
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    To complete this task, tap on "Select All" in the lower left hand corner of the screen.
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    Then, tap "Heal" on the bottom right.
    After 2 seconds, the soldiers have been healed. This is a very important part of the game because later when you get stronger, if you have a lot of low-level troops, they will get hurt or die first. Wounded troops will go into your hospital tents. The more hospital tents you have, the more wounded you can hold. The problem is that your stronger troops, which take longer to train, do more damage, and are generally more effective, will not get wounded as quickly as your low-level troops. What happens is that your lower-level troops will fill up your hospital beds, leaving you nowhere to treat your stronger troops. As a result, your stronger troops will die instead of just being wounded. This will cause you to quickly end up losing. At low levels, train your troops and make sure you heal them, but once you advance and start attacking monsters or randomly do things that involve losing troops, get rid of the lower-level troops with the exception of a few that we will discuss in another tutorial.
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