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Basics

Rally point

The rally point is the central meeting point of your troops and the place you use to control them. Under "orders" you can send out your troops or cancel orders during the first 10 minutes. When you click on "troops" you see all the units that are stationed in other villages or that have been send to this village from other villages.

Attacking

Once you've built a few units and want to attack an opponent, just go to the map and click on the village that you want to attack. There you select "send troops". It's important that you don't forget that every village has a base defense and that the opponent might have units as well. All units have different properties, which make some units better for attacking and others better for defending. You can find details about the units' skills in the Unit overview.

Defending

If you are attacked regularly, the attacker probably wants either your resources or he wants to noble your village. If there is no nobleman included in the attack, the attacker is probably just trying to plunder your resources. There are a few things you can do to protect yourself:

  • Contact the tribe
  • Keep the stored resources low by using all the resources right away
  • Build up your hiding place and wall.

All units have different properties, which make some units better for attacking and others better for defending. You can find details about the units' skills in the Unit overview.

In the beginning the paladin is a very good unit to protect yourself against the first attacks and it becomes even more valuable when other players send their paladins as support.