These are some Level 2-3 TH tips and tricks that you can use to make your island a safer place for you, and harder to raid. Don't upgrade your Town Hall until you have good defenses built and your gear is safely hidden. This will give you the chance to stock up on supplies before possibly getting raided. Do plots all around your TH in a square fashion. This will make wall building simpler as you won't have to use as many sides for walls, which will give you more space for building other things. Use sand for walls. You have tons under the grass in your plots and it is good for people that don't have tons of obsidian, or a rank. Dig down to the stone layer in a plot, and then use buttons or torches to easily break and collect the sand. I recommend at least two layers of sand, built 20 blocks high. Sand can also be crafted into Sandstone. This is a very good building block if you are doing sky farms. For hidden chests or mini bases, the area that you get from clearing out plots of sand is excellent for this type of thing. Use a infinite water source at the bottom of the area to get down, and use /home to get back up quickly. You can build a water elevator back up, but they are pretty slow for traveling upwards. Alternately, you could use ladders. You can put your secret chests under logs for hidden easy access. Just break the log, but be sure to replace it. Sugar is an excellent source of gems. A full inventory of sugar sells for 14k gems. I use sky farms made out of Sand and Sandstone for my Sugar Cane. If you have three plots in a row, build a giant sky farm above all three, but make sure it is high enough to not interfere with your wall. I have raided a lot of Islands, and the Guardians I have the most trouble with are Level 2 Wizard Guardians. These Guardians have lots of health and are annoying because they shoot spells at you, and occasionally use their special move. I hope these have helped you, and if you have anything to add, be sure to post it down below! If you need help with anything on the server, just contact me!