Walkthrough for Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle

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Updates CBTNW01 |
About the walkthrough CBTNW02 |
The Game (A.K.A The Walkthrough) CBTNW03 |
Introductions Walk3.1 |
Starting a game Walk3.2 |
Leveling up your buildings Walk3.3 |
Choosing the right alliance Walk3.4 |
Building Might Walk3.5 |
Troops Walk3.6 |
Buildings Walk3.7 |
The Game Screen (City & Field vi Walk3.8 |
Map Screen Walk3.9 |
Researching new technologies Walk3.10 |
Troops and Wall Defenses Walk3.11 |
Knights Hall and Knights Walk3.12 |
Merlin’s Gift Walk3.13 |
Items and the Shop Walk3.14 |
Alliance diplomacy and settings walk3.16 |
Finding your enemies walk3.17 |
The Global and Alliance ChatRoom walk3.18 |
How to ‘Farm’ another Player walk3.25 |
Push Notifications walk3.33 |
Kabam ID Walk3.34 |
Game Center (iOS only) Sync Walk3.35 |
In-game Messaging (The Mailbox) walk3.37 |
Credits CBTNW04 |
Approved Sites CBTNW05 |
Creation date and time CBTNW06 |
Contact Information CBTNW07 |
Copyright Disclosure CBTNW08 |
Ads – Even more fun with KBN CBTNW09 |
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Version 1.0 – This is the default version of this Walkthrough. No updates yet
available. This guide has been finished and is now ready to be
uploaded online for the first time. (8:26 PM 12/02/2014)

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I have created this walkthrough to help new players in being well knowledged
and welcomed to the game. I have decided, that being a veteran of this game
myself, to share my knowledge and expertise with new commers as to better
familiarise themselves with the game as to not get lost or confused when
playing. This walkthrough was made to guide each player to success through
little step-by-steps. Hope you all like it. If you have any questions about
this game or its walkthrough, feel free to ask me through the Contact
section of this document. All Frequently Asked Questions [FAQs] will be
posted in future updates of this document.

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Introduction [Walk3.1]——
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Lets begin the walkthrough by introducing myself. My name is Kambel and I
enjoy creating guides and walkthroughs that help other succeed in playing
various games. Now, I would like to thank you for choosing my walkthrough
as your how-to guide. I’me very pleased. Before we start on the game’s
step-by-step, I would like to mention that this game is highly addictive.
If you do not wish to be hooked on this game, feel free to delete the app.
If you are brave enough to try it, then welcome to the awesome Strategy
game known as Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North.

Starting a game [Walk3.2]——
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Remember, once you start the game, you will be under Beginner’s Protection,
this will last for 7 days or until your Castle reches level 5. I would not
upgrade my Castle to level 5 until a few minutes before your Beginner’s
Protect runs out. This way you will be given 7 days to build your city before
you are vulnerable to attacks. But we will discuss this later on.

Now to start a game, you will have to follow the in-game tutorial. You can
turn off the tutorial later on. Once you have finished the tutorial, the
first thing you should do is to give yourself a new name. To change your
screen name, you must click the “Level/Might/Name” button found on the city
screen in the top left-hand corner. Once you have opened it up, a new screen
will appear. This creen will have three tabs. The tabs are “Details” “Cities”
and “World”. The main screen will have the “Details” tab open. The other two
tabs we will discuss later on. If you look near the bottom of this screen,
you should see a white bar. Click on this. Now insert the screen name you
wish to use for yourself. Once done, press the “Use” button. Congrats, you
have just changed your name. Now, the next thing we need to do is build some
Cottages for your townspeople. To do so, click on an empty lot anywhere in
the city. Now click on “Cottages” and now click on “Build”. You are going to
need at least 4 Cottages. Level up those Cottages to level 2.

Leveling up your buildings [walk3.3]——
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To level up your buildings to a higher level, simply tap on a House or a
Barrack or any building of your choice. If you have the correct amount of
resources and you meet the proper requirements, a blue button will appear.
It will say “Upgrade” on it. Tap it to upgrade your building. After you have
upgraded your Cottages to level 2, you should go build some ressource farms.
To access your ressource fields, you can tap on the little button found in
the bottom left-hand side of the screen. You are going to want more ressource
buildings. First, upgrade your “Farm” to level 5. Once you have a level 5
farm, you will be able to build stables. Next build 3 more farms in the empty
lots next to your first farm. The next thing you are going to wanna do is to
build a couple of Sawmills Once you have finished, scroll the menu bar, found
at bottom of the screen (it will show “Shop”, “Quest”, “Alliance” and
“Mail”). Scroll the menu bar to the left. You will now see 4 new menus. The
one we are going to need is “Settings”. Once you have opened the “Settings”
menu, click on the “Kabam ID”. Next, click on “Create a new Kabam ID
account”. You will need to register this game with an email and password.
Doing this will allow you to save your game progress and be able to
participate in in-game events. You will also be able to continue your game on
a different device, should you decide to. Once you have finished registering,
return to the city screen. By now you should be a Level 3 player. If your not
a Level 3 player yet, simply continue to build and upgrade your buildings
until you have leveled up. Now, the next task is to build yourself an
Embassy. This will only take you 15 seconds. When you have built your
Embassy, you will be able to Create or Join an Alliance.

To join or create an alliance, scroll the menu bar to the right, if you
haven’t already done so. Now I recommend Joining an alliance for now. This
is the biggest challenge you must overcome… Choosing the right alliance to
join. Choosing the right alliance can be very difficult. Each alliance has
their own set of rules and have some requirements that must be matched before
anyone can join. You are going to need an Active and helpful alliance, one
that can also help you by donating extra resources for you so as you won’t
go dry while you are building your city. Finding one Alliance that matches
these demands out of many can be frustrating. You don’t wanna go joining one
because they have a name that you like, that can sometimes in itself lead
to danger.

Choosing the right Alliance [walk3.4]——
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When choosing an alliance, you will need to make sure that they can meet your
needs. To choose the best alliance, it may be wise to send a message to their
Regent or any other player within the guild. When sending the message, it
would be best to ask them some of the following questions, as to make sure
that your making the right decision. Remember, they have to be willing to
help you through and through. The questions you should ask are:

You must search for an alliance that is as active as your going to be, so
your first question should be:

1. How active is your alliance?

Next, you will need members who will be willing to help you grow strong and
powerful, so your next question should be:

2. Would your alliance be able to provide me with help whenever I am in need,
no matter what the issue may be?

You are going to need an alliance that will have your back when your in
trouble, so you need to ask:

3. If I get attacked by someone, depending on how big the attacker and his
troops may be, would you be willing to reinforce me or at least attack him
back, should the occasion ever arise?

Next, you need to make sure that they can supply you with adequate resources
so your next question aught to be:

4. If I run out of resources while I’m building or Training, would your
alliance be willing to supply me with an adequate amount?

You need to know if an alliance is at war with any other alliances, so you’ll
want to ask:

5. Is your alliance currently at war with two or more alliances?

Now the following will be categories on which you may have to make a
preference on when it comes to choosing an alliance.

1. Do I wanna be a might hugger or do I wanna use my powerful army to attack
other players?

2. Do I care about being a top ranked player, if so do I need to be in a Top
10 allliance?

3. Do I want an alliance that’s always chatting about in the chat room or do
I want an alliance that will sit back and take action over peace ?

Remember, when choosing an alliance that’s right for you, they have to meet
your criteria. Never forget that each player is different, so their views on
what a perfect alliance for them will always be different. Now the next
section I will cover will be how to train Troops and grow your might.

Building Might [Walk3.5]——
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First off, ask yourself this: “What is Might?” The answer “Might is the
total calculation of how many troops you have at your disposal. Might is an
indicator of how powerful you are. Might will determine who will win in an
all out war or in a one-on-one battle royale. Might is your friend. When
building might, you first must have the following requirements:
– You must have at least 4 barracks built. The more barracks you have, the
faster your troop training will be. Also, the more barracks you have built,
will allow you to train more troop sequences. For example, if I have a
total of 5 barracks built, i can set up a queue of 5 different troops to be
trained all at once.
– One of those barracks must be at least level 4 or higher. You only need 1
barrack to be a high level. The higher the level, the better the troops you
can train. There are 3 Tiers of troops. To train the 1st tier, you need at
least a Level 1-4 barrack. to train the Tier 2 troop set, your barracks
need to be at least s level 4 – 6 barrack and to train a Tier 3 troop set,
you will reuire a level 7-10 barrack. How the more barracks you have built
thing works is: If you have 1 level 9 barrack and 3 level 1 barracks, then
using the level 1 barracks you can still train any of the 3 different Tier
troops.
– You will need to have the following reserches at level 4 or higher:
– Geometry; Metal Alloys; Featherweight Powder, Alloy Horseshoes; Fletching
and Posioned Edge.
– You will require to have a Wall built to build Wall Defenses. However, I
would not recommend building any kind of Wall Defenses. They may be the
fastest to build, but they are the easiest to lose.

Troops [walk3.6]——
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Your troops are used to:
– Protect your city from attack;
– Attack other players;
– Conquer wilds;
– Attack Pictish Camps.
Each troop type has a Might value that contributes to your overall Might
score. Increase your Might to show others you are the strongest leaedr in
Camelot.

Unit Types and Modifiers:
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Remember, there are 4 different types of Troops per Tier. There are 4
distinct classes of units: Foot, Ranged, Mounted, and Supply. Each class is
divided into three tiers:
– Foot: Militiamen; Swordsmen; battering rams;
– Ranged: Archers; Ballistae; Catapults;
– Mounted: Light Calvary; Cavalry; Heavy Cavalry;
– Supply: Supply Troops; Supply Carts; Supply Wagons;

Supply troops have no attacking power; Ranged troops have bonus against Foot
troops; Foot troops have bonus against Mounted Troops; Mounted troops have
bonus agaisnt Ranged troops.

Higher-tier troops will defeat lower-tier troops even if they are weak
against the opposing troop class.

Troop Statistics
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Each unit in the game has statistics that reflect its strength.

Statistics for regular units can be viewed by going to the Barracks,
selecting ‘Train Troops’ and tapping the troop type. Statistics for Wall
Defenses can be viewed by going to the wall and selecting ‘Train Defenses’
followed by the defense type.

Troop statistics are:
Attack: How much damage the unit deals in battle;
Life: How much damage the unit can absorb before it is destroyed;
Speed: How quickly the unit can march on the map;
Load: How much loot (Gold or resources) the unit can carry.

Knights and Research
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The level of your Knights and research can also impact the outcome of a
battle. Specifically, the higher the level of the Knight assigned to march,
and the level of your Poisoned Edge and Healing Potions research, the better
your chance of victory.

Hide Troop option
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The Hide Troop feature is located inside your Castle. Hidden troops cannot
fight to defend your city, but they cannot be killed by attackers either.

Defending troops can significantly increase your defensive capabilities, but
they can be destroyed by a superior attacker. The troops you lose might be
more valuable than the resssources that can be looted.

**The Life, and Attacks of the different troops will be added in a later
update. Sorry for this inconveniance.

Buildings [walk3.7]——
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In this section I will we will be discussing the different type of buildings
you will be using during your game-play. We will start with the most
important building of the game, that is the Keep.

Castle
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The Castle is the heart of your city. Upgrade to unlock more field resource
plots and Wilds.

Tax Rate and Happiness
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Gold is required for a variety of in-game activities including research
and paying salaries to Knights assigned to roles at the Knight’s Hall.

Your Gold income depents on your tax rate and your Population. Raising the
tasx rate decreases Happiness, which can lead to a drop in Population
(See Population Help under home)

Hide Troop Option
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The hide troops feature is located inside your Castle.

Beginner’s Protection
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Every new player is granted Beginner’s Protection.

Beginners cannot be attacked or scouted by other players for their first
7 days or until their Castle reaches level 5, whichever comes first. Use
this period to build up your city and troops to prepare for the battles to
come!

While under Beginner’s Protection, you may still put your troops to the
test by attacking Pictish Camps and unoccupied Wilds. You may opt out of
Beginner’s Protection by attacking another player before the 7 days are
up.

Once your beginner’s protection has expired, your cities can be attacked
by other players. Cities can be defended by troops and Wall Defenses.

You may extend your Beginner’s Protection or declare peace at any time by
purchasing Protection Rune items from the Shop.

Storehouse
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The Storehouse protects your Food, Wood, Stone, and Ore from being plundered.

Resources
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Resources are used to upgrade buildings, build troops and complete
research. THere are five main resources: Food, Wood, Stone, Ore and Gold.

Food, Wood, Stone, and Ore are produced by Farms, Sawmills, Quarries, and
Mines, respectively. Your Resource production can be increased by:
-Building more Field plots;
-Conquering Wilds;
-Appointing a Knight to the Steward position;
-Conducting Research;
-Using production Boost items.

All of the above resources (except Gold) can be protected by your store-
house. The higher level the Storehouse, the higher the protection limit.

Gold is produced by Taxing your Population, increasing the number and
level of Cottages can help lead to more Gold. You may adjust your Tax rate
in your Castle.

Resources can be transferred to Alliance members, or between your own
cities.

Embassy
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The Embassy allows you to join or create alliances, and also houses
reinforcing armies from your allies.

Alliances
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Alliances play an important role in Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the
North. Join an Alliance to share resources, coordinate attacks, socialize,
and share tips and tricks on how to play more successfully. Protect
yourself from the perils of Camelot by joining an Alliance today!

Join
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To join an Alliance, simply tap on the Alliance tab and then on the Find
an Alliance button. You’ll see all Alliances listed in order of Might. You
will see a red dot with a White “X” and a Green Dot with a white checkmark
next to some of the Alliances names. They are used to help indicate if
you meet the Alliances set requirements to join or not. The red dot with
the “X” indicates that you cannot join that teams alliance. You need to
search for ones with a green dot and a Checkmark next to the name to
qualify. Or simply have an alliance send you a request by posting a
message in the Global Chat room. Tap the envelope icon to send a request
to join. You will be notified via in-game messages if you are accepted
into an Alliance.

Create an Alliance
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You may want to create your own alliance, become Chancellor and climb up
the Alliance rankings by acquiring new members and working with them to
defeat others!

Reinforcements
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You can only reinforce and be reinforced by players from your own
alliance. You can receive a number of reinforcing armies up to the level
of your Embassy. In other words, if you have a Level 5 Embassy, you can
receive five reinforcing armies, each with an unlimited number of troops.
Remember, all troops reinforcing your city will consume Food.

Reports
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As a member of an Alliance, you can view all the scout and march reports
for every member in that alliance. However, if a player has deleted a
march report in their own Reports folder, it will also be deleted in the
Alliance Reports folder.

Alliance Chat
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One of the biggest advantages of being a member of an Alliance is the
ability to socialize and coordinate with your fellow Alliance members.
To view alliance chat, tap on the chat bart and then the Alliance tab
on the top.

Alliance Messaging
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Alliance officers can send mass messages to all Alliance members by
tapping Alliance and then the Message Everyone button on the Info tab.

Diplomacy
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Alliance officers can set diplomacy for other alliances in the world.
The three options for diplomacy are: Hostile, Friendly, and Neutral.

All Freindly settings must be reciprocated. In other words, if Alliance
A marks Alliance B as Friendly, Alliance B must reciprocate with the same
setting for Alliance A for the official Diplomacy setting of Friendly to
take effect.

A Hostile setting will take effect immediately and does not require
reciprocation.

Relief Station
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The Relief Station helps your troops’ Speed when you’re moving between your
own cities and allies’ cities. Upgrade to improve Speed.

The Relief Station increases your troops’ march speed between your cities
and to your allie’s cities. This means a decrease in the amount of time
it takes them to transport, reinforce or be reassigned. The more you up-
grade the Relief Station, the faster they will march.

Watch Tower
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The Watch Tower is used to send early warnings for invasions. The higher its
level, the more detailed information you gain.

Levels
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You will be provided information on incoming attacks based on the level of
your Watch Tower:
Level 1: Warns you of an impending attack
Level 2: Increases your scouting efficiency
Level 3: Tells you the time until arrival of an impending attack
Level 4: Tells you the level and alliance of the player attacking you.
Level 5: Tells you the estimated number of troops involved in the
attack.
Level 6: Tells you the troop types involved in the attack.
Level 7: Tells you the estimated number of each troop type involved in
the attack.
Level 8: Tells you the exact number of each troop type invoved in the
attack.
Level 9: Tells you the level of the Knight leading the attack.
Level 10: Tells you the exact Research levels of the player sending the
attack.

Incoming Attack
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If you are in the game and have an incoming attack on your city or wilds,
you will be notified by a red icon with cross swords appearing on the top
left of the game window.

To see the details of that incoming attack, tap on the icon, or the Watch
Tower and then the Incoming Attacks tab.

On the preceeding Screen, tap the “>” button to see the details of a
specific attack. The information provided will be based on the level of
your Watch Tower.

PLease note that if the attack is targeting an occupied wild, information
will be provided based on the Watch Tower level of the City that occupes
that wild.

Mists of Avalon
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If you want to prevent enemies from scouting you, you could buy the Mist
of Avalon item in the Watch Tower, this item lasts for 24 hours.

City Wall
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Walls protect your City. Your Defensive units are built on your Wall. Upgrade
to build better Defensive Units.

Defense Troops in Wall
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Wall Defenses are used to Defend your City from incoming attacks. Building
up your Wall Defenses is a good way to defend your city, boost your Power
and intimidate other players in the game.

These Defenses are not Troops, but they do have their own Might Values.
Unlike Troops these Defenses cannot be set to ‘Hide’ or ‘Defend;’ they are
always ‘active.’

Similar to troops in your Barracks, Wall Defenses are divided into 3
different types:
* Ground (Caltrops, Spiked Barrier, Persian Sulfer)
* Artillery (Traps, Boiling Oil, Greek Fire)
* Horse (Wall-mounted Crossbows, Defensive Trebuchet, Hellfire Thrower)

The same modifiers apply in combat:
1. Artillery Defenses have bonus against Ground Troops;
2. Ground Defenses have bonus against Cavalry Troops;
3. Cavalry Defenses have bonus gaianst Artillery Troops.

Cottages
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Cottages provide a place for your subjects to live. Upgrade to provide better
cottages, and raise your Population.

Population
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Population consits of the people in your city.

Building Cottages adds to the population Limit, which is the maximum
number of people a player is able to have in their city at one time. The
happier the Population, the closer the Population value will come to the
population limit.

You can boost your Population to the limit temporarily by using the
“Fertile Winds” item.

Idle Population is the number of people available to put to work in Fields
and to train for Troops. Idle Population still contributes to tax income.

Barracks
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Train your troops in the Barracks. Stronger troops require a higher Barracks
level. Build more Barracks to speed up training.

Units/Troops
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Your Troops are used to protect your City from being plundered, and for
attacking Wilds, Pict Camps as well as other Players. Each Troop has a
Might Value that contributes to your overall ‘Might’ in the game. Increase
your Might to show others that you are the strongest and mightiest Knight
in the North!

Unit Stats
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Each unit in the game has stats that you can see by opening the Barracks.
Here is what they mean:

* Attack: This is how much damage each unit can deal
* Life: This is how much damage each unit can absorb beforee it is
destroyed
* Speed: This stat determines how long it takes that unit to march to
another point on the map
* Load: This is how much resource or gold each unit can take back to
your city if an attackk is successful.

Units are divided into 5 tiers, troops in higher tiers have stronger stats
and are more powerful.

* Tier 1 (Militiamen, Archers, Light Cavalry, Supply Troops)
* Tier 2 (Swordsmen, Ballistae, Cavalry, Supply Carts)
* Tier 3 (Battering Rams’ Catapults, Heavy Cavalry, Supply Wagons)
* Tier 4 (No Data yet available)
* Tier 5 (No data yet available)

Unit Types and Modifiers
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There are 4 distinct types of units in each tier, each tier has 1 troop
from each combat type:

* Ground (Militiamen, Swordsmen, Battering Ram)
* Artillery (Archers, Ballistae, Catapults)
* Cavalry (Light Cavalry, Cavalry, Heavy Cavalry)
* Supply (Supply Troop, Supply Cart, Supply Wagon)

The unit types all have specified strengths and weaknesses against each
other (with the exception of Supply troops which have no attacking power).

Artillery Troops have bonus against Ground Troops;
Ground Troops have bonus against Cavalry Troops;
Cavalry Troops have bonus against Artillery Troops.

Higher tier troops will defeat lower tier troops even if they are weak
against the opposing troop type.

Knights and Research
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The level of your Knights and research can also impact the outcome of a
battle. Specifically, the higher the level of the Knight assigned to march
and the level of your Poisoned Edged and Healing Potions, the better your
chance of winning.

Hide Troop Option
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The Hide Troops feature is located inside your Castle. You can turn on
Hide Troops if you would like to avoid losing Troop when you are under
attack, this allows you to build up your Troops and fight another day.

Defending with troops can significantly increase your defensive
capabilities, but it is a risky strategy because troops defending can be
destroyed by a superior attacker, and because the value of your troops
might be greater than the value of the resources that could be looted.

Rally Point
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Assemble your troops at the Rally Point to Attack enemies, Reinforce allies,
or Transport resources. Upgrade to send more troops.

March
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Marches are how you move around on the World Map. There are 3 types of
Marches: Attack, Reinforce, and Transport.

Attack: You can attack Wilds, Pict Camps as well as other Players. Each
Attack must be led by a Knight. The amount of Troops that you can send and
the number of simultaneous marches are determined by the level of your
Rally Point.

Reinforce: You can reinforce Wilds that you own as well as cities of
Alliance members. Remember, reinforced troops will consume food resource
when in Alliance cities. The number of armies allowed to reinforce an
Alliance city is determined by the level of the Embassy in that city.

Transport: Show some love and support an Alliance member by transporting
resources to them. Transport marches do not require a Knight.

Scout
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Helps you learn vital information about locations on the Map. Scouting is
free, but you are limited to launching one Scout at a time and it does
take time for information to be collected. Research higher levels of Eagle
Eyes to yield more information on each Scout. Alternately, you can
purchase Instant Scout with Gems, which produces Scout reports with
information equivalent to level 10 Eagle Eyes.

Map

The World Map is where the action is at. Attack and conquer wilds, loot
Pict Camps, and attack enemies or help friends.

Using the World Map: Swipe your finger to move around the World Map. Tap
on an individual tile to bring up that tile’s details, tap the tile again
to close the details pop-up. Tap with two fingers to toggle on/off indivi-
dual tile levels. The buttons at the top of the screen allow you to (from
left): Center the map on your city, open your saved Bookmarks, and jump to
specific coordinates on the map.

There are three types of map tiles on the World Map: Wilds, Pict Camps,
and Cities.

Wilds help boost your resource production. Different wilds boost different
resources, for example, owning a level 6 Grassland will boost your food
production by 30%. To own a Wild, you must attack it and win the battle.
You can only own a limited number of Wilds, upgrade your Castle to own
more. You can abandon a Wild that you own by going to the Castle.

Pict Camps are owned by the evil King Drust. Attack them and return home
with valuable resources! Higher level Pict Camps are harder to beat, but
also hold more resources. You cannot own a Pict Camp.

Cities represent other users in the game. If you are in an Alliance, your
Alliance cities will be displayed with a blue flag, hostile alliances will
have a red flag displayed.

Combat Mechanics
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In Battle for the North, players can train troops and use them to attack
Wilds, Pict Camps, and other players. Conquering Wilds can help boost your
resource production, while attacking Pict Camps and other players can be a
good source of additional resources.

Attack and Scout
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How to send out an attack:
1. Find your target in the map view
2. Tap on that tile
3. Tap ‘Attack’
4. Choose the Knight you would like to use
5. Choose the type and amount of troops that you would like to March
6. Select Use or Buy combat boost items if desired
7. Tap ‘Attack’
8. You may tap on Speed Up, Instant Finish March or wait for your
troops to reach the target.
9. After the troops are done fighting, you will receive a battle report
inside your Mail, under Report.

You may also choose to first scout and better learn about your target
before attack. Scout reports are placed inside your Mail, under Reports,
remeber, you can gather more information by researching higher levels of
Eagle Eyes.

Alchemy Lab
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The Alchemy Lab is where to research new and better Technologies. Upgrading
allows you to engage in more complicated research.

Research
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In Battle for the North, you can Research Technologies in the Alchemy Lab
to advance Resource production, increase your effectiveness in Combat,
decrease Construction time and more!

Blacksmith
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The Blacksmith creates all the metal weapons and armor for your troops.
Upgrade for more advanced weaponry and armor.

Workshop
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The Workshop is necessary to build Siege Weapons, such as Ballistae,
Trebuchet, and Catapults.

Knight’s Hall
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The Knights’ Hall is where you manage your Knights’ roles and experience.
Upgrade to unlock more Knights.

Knights
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Knights lead your armies and give valuable boosts to your troops and city.
To recruit more knights, upgrade your Knight’s Hall. Knights earn more ex-
perience points (needed to level up) from battle and via items in the shop

You can also assign your Knights to a position within your city. As long
as the Knight is assigned to a position, they will provide boosts to your
City, however, they require gold for their salary and will not be
available for marches.

Stables
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Stables are necessary for Cavalry. Upgrade Stables to research higher levels
of Alloy Horseshoes.

Round Tower
———–
The Round Tower holds Crests. Find Crests by attacking Pict Camps. Finish
Crest sets to earn special items.

Round Tower
———–
The Round Tower is where you store your Crests, and where you can combine
them into useful items such as Second City Deeds. Upgrading your Round
Tower increases your chance of discovering Relics when you attack Pictish
Camps.

Farm
—-
Farms produce Food, important for buildings and for feeding your troops.
Higher levels produce more Food.

Resources
———
Resources are used to upgrade Buildings, build Troops and complete
Research. There are five main resources: Food, Wood, Stone, Ore, and Gold.

Food, Wood, Stone, and Ore are produced by Farms, Sawmills, Quarries, and
Mines, respectively. Your Resource production can be increased by building
more Field Plots, conquering Wilds, appointing a Knight to the Steward
position, conducting Research, and also by using Production Boost items.

All of the Above resources (except Gold) can be protected by your Store-
house. The higher level the Storehouse, the higher the protection limit.

Gold is produced by Taxing your Population, increasing the number and
level of Cottages can help lead to more Gold. You may adjust your Tax rate
in your Castle.

Resources can be transfered to Alliance members, or between your own
cities.

Sawmill
——-
Sawmills provide wood, necessary for buildings and for training troops.

Resources
———
Resources are used to upgrade Buildings, build Troops and complete
Research. There are five main resources: Food, Wood, Stone, Ore, and Gold.

Food, Wood, Stone, and Ore are produced by Farms, Sawmills, Quarries, and
Mines, respectively. Your Resource production can be increased by building
more Field Plots, conquering Wilds, appointing a Knight to the Steward
position, conducting Research, and also by using Production Boost items.

All of the Above resources (except Gold) can be protected by your Store-
house. The higher level the Storehouse, the higher the protection limit.

Gold is produced by Taxing your Population, increasing the number and
level of Cottages can help lead to more Gold. You may adjust your Tax rate
in your Castle.

Resources can be transfered to Alliance members, or between your own
cities.

Quarry
——
Quarries produce Stone. Stone is the foundation of your buildings, allowing
them to withstand attacks and time.

Resources
———
Resources are used to upgrade Buildings, build Troops and complete
Research. There are five main resources: Food, Wood, Stone, Ore, and Gold.

Food, Wood, Stone, and Ore are produced by Farms, Sawmills, Quarries, and
Mines, respectively. Your Resource production can be increased by building
more Field Plots, conquering Wilds, appointing a Knight to the Steward
position, conducting Research, and also by using Production Boost items.

All of the Above resources (except Gold) can be protected by your Store-
house. The higher level the Storehouse, the higher the protection limit.

Gold is produced by Taxing your Population, increasing the number and
level of Cottages can help lead to more Gold. You may adjust your Tax rate
in your Castle.

Resources can be transfered to Alliance members, or between your own
cities.

Mine
—-
Mines produce Ore, which is necessary to create any metal your city needs,
from weapons to nails.

Resources
———
Resources are used to upgrade Buildings, build Troops and complete
Research. There are five main resources: Food, Wood, Stone, Ore, and Gold.

Food, Wood, Stone, and Ore are produced by Farms, Sawmills, Quarries, and
Mines, respectively. Your Resource production can be increased by building
more Field Plots, conquering Wilds, appointing a Knight to the Steward
position, conducting Research, and also by using Production Boost items.

All of the Above resources (except Gold) can be protected by your Store-
house. The higher level the Storehouse, the higher the protection limit.

Gold is produced by Taxing your Population, increasing the number and
level of Cottages can help lead to more Gold. You may adjust your Tax rate
in your Castle.

Resources can be transfered to Alliance members, or between your own
cities.

The Game Screen (City and Field view) [Walk3.8]——
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The following is a text-view screen shot of the game’s main City and Field
view screens. There will also be a legend associated with the image.

In the City and Field view section of your screen, the main focus
will be concentrated on building and upgrading your Buildings,
Researching Technologies, and Training Troops. On these two screens
you will also be noticified about incoming attacks. The incoming
attacks will notify you with a [X] icon in the top left side of
the city/field view.

.——————————————–.
| .————..————. .———–. |
| | 40 Name || City name | | 15 | |
| | lv Might || Coords | |Get Gems | |
| ‘————”————‘ ‘———–‘ |
|——————————————–|
| 20:25 F 6.64m W 605k S 658k O 1.09m G 58.2k|
|——————————————–|
| [X]01 [+] |
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| .——-.——-.——-.———-.—-|
| | Wilds | March | Train | Building | / |
| ‘—————————-.———-|
| | Stables (Lv.6) 2h15m40s| Speed Up |
| |————————:———-|
| | Logging (Lv.5) 1h59m11s| Speed Up |
|——————————————–|
| Global and Alliance | … |
| Chat Rooms | |
|——————————————–|
|.———. /|
|| Change | | |
|| View | Items Alliance Chance | |
|’———‘ Quests Mail |
‘——————————————–‘

.——————————————–.
| Legend |
|——————————————–|
| F – Food W – Wood |
| S – Stone O – Ore |
| G – Gold [D]- Date/ Log-in events |
|[+]- Misc. Calendar. |
|[X]- Incoming Attack |
| Warning plus number of attacks that are|
| Incoming. |
‘——————————————–‘

Map Screen [Walk3.9]——
———-
The following is a text-view screen-shot of the Map screen. It is presented
much different than the City and Field view screens. As you may notice, there
isn’ much of a difference, other than you will NOT see a notification for any
incoming attacks, so you will be basicaly a sitting-duck. Good luck. The Map
is where you need to go if you are interested in sending Resources, troop
reinforcements to your cities and those of your allies. You can also use the
Map to attack and conquer Wilds and Plains, attack other player’s cities and
attack Pictish Camps.

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| .—-. .—–. .——. .——. .—-. |
| | / | |[ | ]| x|337 | y|356 | |Srch| |
| ‘—-‘ ‘—–‘ ‘——‘ ‘——‘ ‘—-‘ |
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| .——-.——-.——-.———-.—-|
| | Wilds | March | Train | Building | / |
| ‘—————————-.———-|
| | Stables (Lv.6) 2h15m40s| Speed Up |
| |————————:———-|
| | Logging (Lv.5) 1h59m11s| Speed Up |
|——————————————–|
| … | Global and Alliance |
| | Chat Rooms | .
|——————————————–|
|.——–. /|
|| Change | | |
|| View | Items Alliance Chance | |
|’——–‘ Quests Mail |
‘——————————————–‘

.——————————————–.
| Legend |
|——————————————–|
| / – Return to the location of your current|
| City. |
|——————————————–|
| [ | ] – View your Bookmarks |
|——————————————–|
| X/Y – Insert the Coordinates X,Y of the |
| Specific location you wish to view on|
| the ama[po map. |
|——————————————–|
| srch – Click on this to access the location|
| on the Map indicated by the X,Y |
| Coordinations that you have manually|
| entered. |
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Researching New Technologioes [walk3.10]—–
—————————–
To progress further in the game, you must Research new technology. By
researching new technology, you can improve your Life and Attack of Troops,
build Buildings faster, Increase Scouting speed and much more. The following
is a list of all the Technologies that you will need to research as well as
the requirements that need to be met in order to access them. All researches
can be accessed via the Alchemy Lab. By default, all technologies can be
researched to level 9 through standard game play. They can reach level 10,
which is the maximum level, only through the help of a level 10 Alchemy Lab
and the necessary level 10 buildings that are required to perform said
research.

Technologies that need to be Researched.
—————————————-
*Please note that all research requirements found below are the
requirements needed to Research level 10 Technologies.

Fertilizer Featherweigth Powder
———- ——————–
Each upgrade increases your Food Each upgrade increases your troops’
production by 10%. load by 10%.

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Alchemy Lab Level 10 Alchemy Lab Lv. 10
Farm Level 10 Gold 1,536,000
Gold 512,000 Food 256,000
Food 256,000 Stone 102,400
Ore 51,200

Logging Magical Mapping
——- —————
Each upgrade increases your Wood Each upgrade increases your infantry
production by 10%. troops’ marching speed by 10%.

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Alchemy Lab Lv. 10 Alchemy Lab Lv. 10
Sawmill Lv. 10 Gold 1,536,000
Gold 614,400 Food 307,200
Wood 256,000
Ore 51,200
———

Stoneworking Alloy Horseshoes
———— —————-
Each upgrade increases your Stone Each upgrade increases your horse
Production by 10%. troops’ march speed by 5%.

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Alchemy Lab Lv. 10 Alchemy Lab Lv. 10
Quarry Lv. 10 Stable Lv. 10
Gold 768,000 Metal Alloys Lv. 10
Stone 256,000 Gold 3,072,000
Ore 102,400 Food 512,000
Ore 512,000

Smelting Fletching
——– ———
Each upgrade increases your Ore Required to train various military
production by 10%. Unit Types.

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Alchemy Lab Lv. 10 Alchemy Lab Lv. 10
Mine Lv. 10 Logging Lv. 10
Gold 1,024,000 Gold 2,560,000
Ore 409,600 Wood 409,600
Stone 256,000
Ore 307,200

Geometry Shrinking Powder
——– ————————————
Increase the speed of Training by Each upgrade increases your Store-
10%. house capacity by 10%.

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Alchemy Lab Lv. 10 Alchemy Lab Lv. 10
Workshop Lv. 10 Storehouse Lv. 10
Stoneworking Lv. 2 Logging Lv. 3
Gold 2,560,000 Gold 1,024,000
Wood 256,000 Wood 614,400
Ore 256,000 Stone 512,000
Ore 409,600

Eagle Eyes Healing Potions
———- —————
Higher levels give you more Each upgrade increases your troops’
detailed information when scouting. health by 5%.

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Alchemy Lab Lv. 10 Alchemy Lab Lv. 10
Gold 1,024,000 Featherweight Powder Lv10
Food 153,600 Gold 1,843,200
Food 768,000

Poison Edge Giant’s Strength
———– —————-
Each upgrade increases your troops’ Each upgrade increases construction
attack by 5%. speed by 10%.

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Alchemy Lab Lv. 10 Alchemy Lab Lv. 10
Barracks Lv. 2 Logging Lv. 10
Gold 1,536,000 Geometry Lv. 10
Food 409,600 Gold 2,560,000
Wood 61,440 Wood 1,024,000
Stone 102,400 Stone 1,024,000
Ore 1,536,000 Ore 1,024,000

Metal Alloys
————
Required for advanced metallic
weaponry and armor.

Type Required
————————-
Alchemy Lab Lv. 10
Blacksmith Lv. 10
Smelting Lv. 10
Gold 1,792,000
Food 358,400
Wood 76,800
Ore 153,600

Troops and Wall Defenses [Walk3.11]—–
————————
You will need to train troops to be able to attack Pictish Camps, other
players and conquer Wilds. They are also needed to transport resources and
reinforce your cities and those of your allies. Wall defenses are needed to
fend off some of those nasty attackers.

Wall Defenses
————-
The following is a list of Wall Defenses and the requirements needed to
build/ train them.

To train Wall Defenses, tap on your City’s Wall, then tap on the ‘Train
Defenses’ tab, then tap on the Defense of your choice.

Wall Mounted Crossbows Boiling Oil
———————- ———–
Well-Mounted Crossbows damage enemy Flash frying foils furious foes!
siege weapons.

Attack: * Weak: Ground Attack: ** Weak: Horse
Life: * Strong: Artillery Life: ** Strong: Ground
Might: 18 Might: 24

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Your Level Lv. 8 Your Level Lv. 9
Population 2 Population 4
Wall Lv. 2 Wall Lv. 4
Workshop Lv. 1 Workshop Lv. 3
Fletching Lv. 1 Fletching Lv. 4
Food 150 Food 300
Wood 50 Wood 400
Stone 200 Stone 200
Ore 100 Ore 100

Caltrops Hellfire Throwers
——– ————————————
Scattered in front of your Walls, Catapults hurl barrels of alchemical
Caltrops injure enemy horses. fire, destroying whatever they hit.

Attack: * Weak: Artillery Attack: **** Weak: Ground
Life: * Strong: Horse Life: **** Strong: Artillery
Might: 18 Might: 30

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Your Level Lv. 7 Your Level Lv. 13
Population 2 Population 8
Wall Lv. 3 Wall Lv. 8
Stable Lv. 1 Stable Lv. 8
Alloy Horseshoes Lv. 1 Alloy Horseshoes Lv. 9
Food 150 Food 600
Wood 100 Wood 200
Stone 50 Stone 800
Ore 200 Ore 400

Traps Persian Sulfer
—– ————–
Traps are burried around the Walls, Charging horses crush burried alche-
ready to swallow up attackin ground mical traps and release choking
Troops. clouds of gas.

Attack: * Weak: Horse Attack: **** Weak: Artillery
Life: * Strong: Ground Life: **** Strong: Horse
Might: 18 Might: 30

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Your Level Lv. 7 Your Level Lv. 14
Population 2 Population 8
Wall Lv. 1 Wall Lv. 9
Blacksmith Lv. 1 Blacksmith Lv. 8
Poisoned Edge Lv. 1 Poisoned Edge Lv. 9
Food 150 Food 600
Wood 200 Wood 400
Stone 100 Stone 200
Ore 50 Ore 800

Defesenive Trebuchet Greek Fire
——————– ———-
Defensive Trebuchets hurl large Alchemical engines pump streams of
rocks, destroying enemy siege sticky, burning tar onto attackers.
weapons.

Attack: ** Weak: Ground Attack: **** Weak: Horse
Life: ** Strong: Artillery Life: **** Strong: Ground
Might: 24 Might: 30

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Your Level Lv. 6 Your Level Lv. 12
Population 4 Population 8
Wall Lv. 5 Wall Lv. 7
Stable Lv. 3 Workshop Lv. 8
Alloy Horseshoes Lv. 4 Fletching Lv. 9
Food 300 Food 600
Wood 100 Wood 800
Stone 400 Stone 400
Ore 200 Ore 20o

Spiked Barriers
—————
A hedge of sharpened spikes will
break any cavalry charge!

Attack: ** Weak: Artillery
Life: ** Strong: Horse
Might: 24

Type Required
————————-
Your Level Lv. 8
Population 4
Wall Lv. 6
Blacksmith Lv. 3
Poisoned Edge Lv. 4
Food 300
Wood 200
Stone 100
Ore 400

Troops
——
In this section, I will be highliting the resource and population
requirements needed to train each Tier of troops.

1. Tier 1
———

Supply Troop Light Cavalry
———— ————-
They know their roles, while the Why walk when you can ride? Quick
soldiers plunder and kill, they loot moving Cavalry are good against
and dash. Artillery units.

Attack: – Upkeep: 2 Attack: * Upkeep: 4
Life: * Might: 1 Life: * Might: 4
Spped: 600 Speed: 400 Weak: Ground
Load: 600 Load: 50 Strong: Artillery

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Your Level Lv. 1 Your Level Lv. 1
Population 1 Population 2
Barracks Lv. 1 Barracks Lv. 1
Food 50 Alloy Horseshoes Lv. 1
Wood 50 Food 150
Stone 50 Wood 100
Ore 50 Stone 50
Ore 200

Militiamen Archers
———- ——-
Militiamen will be the first to tell Bows and Arrows, how medieval.
you, sticks and stones do break Archers are most effective against
bones. Ground troops.

Attack: * Upkeep: 4 Attack: * Upkeep: 4
Life: * Might: 4 Life: * Might: 4
Speed: 400 Weak: Artillery Speed: 400 Weak: Horse
Load: 50 Strong: Horse Load: 50 Strong: Ground

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Your Level Lv. 2 Your Level Lv. 2
Population 2 Population 2
Barracks Lv. 2 Barracks Lv. 3
Food 150 Fletching Lv. 1
Wood 200 Food 150
Stone 100 Wood 50
Ore 50 Stone 200
Ore 100

2. Tier 2
———

Supply Cart Cavalry
———– ——-
The wheel, what a great invention. Cavalry have better armor and wea-
These units can carry more resources pons than Light Cavalry, they also
than your typical Supply Troop. get all the chicks.

Attack: – Upkeep: 4 Attack: ** Upkeep: 8
Life: ** Might: 0 Life: ** Might: 16
Spped: 900 Speed: 600 Weak: Ground
Load: 1800 Load: 40 Strong: Artillery

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Your Level Lv. 4 Your Level Lv. 4
Population 2 Population 4
Barracks Lv. 4 Barracks Lv. 4
Featherweight Powder Lv.1 Stable Lv. 4
Food 100 Geometry Lv. 4
Wood 100 Alloy Horseshoes Lv. 4
Stone 100 Food 300
Ore 100 Wood 200
Stone 100
Ore 400

Swodsmen Ballistae
——– ———
Swordsmen are well armored Ground Ballistae fire huge arrow-like bolts
units, good against Horse units. And Good for punching holes through your
they’re shiny! enemy’s ground troops.

Attack: ** Upkeep: 8 Attack: ** Upkeep: 8
Life: ** Might: 16 Life: ** Might: 16
Speed: 600 Weak: Artillery Speed: 600 Weak: Horse
Load: 40 Strong: Horse Load: 40 Strong: Ground

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Your Level Lv. 5 Your Level Lv. 6
Population 4 Population 4
Barracks Lv. 5 Barracks Lv. 6
Blacksmith Lv. 4 Workshop Lv. 4
Poisoned Edge Lv. 4 Fletching Lv. 4
Geometry Lv. 4 Geometry Lv. 4
Food 300 Food 300
Wood 400 Wood 100
Stone 200 Stone 400
Ore 100 Ore 200

3. Tier 3
———

Supply Wagon Heavy Cavalry
———— ————-
Supply Wagons are heavily fortified Heavy Cavalry are far more armored
to carry anything you need through a than regualr Cavalry troops,
raging battle,and not lose the cargo jousting is a painful pastime.

Attack: – Upkeep: 8 Attack: **** Upkeep: 16
Life: **** Might: 0 Life: **** Might: 24
Spped: 1300 Speed: 900 Weak: Ground
Load: 4500 Load: 30 Strong: Artillery

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Your Level Lv. 8 Your Level Lv. 12
Population 4 Population 8
Barracks Lv. 7 Barracks Lv. 8
Blacksmith Lv. 4 Stable Lv. 9
Geometry Lv. 4 Geometry Lv. 9
Featherweight Powder Lv.4 Alloy Horseshoes Lv. 9
Food 200 Food 600
Wood 200 Wood 400
Stone 200 Stone 200
Ore 200 Ore 800

Battering Rams Catapults
————– ———
A Battering Ram is a large log-like Heads up! Catapults throw large
object that destroys everything in rocks that inflict total destruction
its path!

Attack: **** Upkeep: 16 Attack: **** Upkeep: 16
Life: **** Might: 24 Life: **** Might: 24
Speed: 900 Weak: Artillery Speed: 900 Weak: Horse
Load: 30 Strong: Horse Load: 30 Strong: Ground

Type Required Type Required
————————- ————————-
Your Level Lv. 16 Your Level Lv. 20
Population 8 Population 8
Barracks Lv. 9 Barracks Lv. 9
Blacksmith Lv. 9 Workshop Lv. 9
Poisoned Edge Lv. 9 Fletching Lv. 9
Geometry Lv. 9 Geometry Lv. 9
Food 600 Food 600
Wood 800 Wood 200
Stone 400 Stone 800
Ore 200 Ore 400

Knights Hall and Knights [Walk3.12]—–
————————
Here I will be explaining what Knights are as well as items that you can buy
and receive from events that are needed to help them gain experience and
level up.

What is a Knight?
—————–
A Knight is the person who will lead your troops into battle. A Knight can be
assigned to help with the resource production, building times, training times
and research speed. A Knight is one of the most used and important character
in Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North. Sending your Knight into battle
will allow him to gain experience, other than using items. When using battle
to level up your Hero’s experience, he will gain them like so:

* By being successful in battle, your Knight will earn 20 points at a time
* By failing in battle, your Knight will only gain 10 exp points.

Here is a list of items that you can buy or win through an event that will
help level up your Knight’s level and his experience.
.——.
/ Items |
.—————————————————————————|
| Item | Description | Cost |
|————————-+——————————————+——|
| Train with Kay | Gives 1,000 experience to one Knight. | 8 |
| | | Gems |
|————————-+——————————————+——|
| Train with Galahad | Gives 10,000 experience to one Knight. | 30 |
| | | Gems |
|————————-+——————————————+——|
| Train with Arthur | Gives 50,000 experience to one Knight. | 100 |
| | | Gems |
|————————-+——————————————+——|
| Grail Knights (L225) | Raise any Knight of level 224 or less to | Event|
| | level 225. | —- |
| | |Chance|
|————————-+——————————————+——|
| | Instantly levels one of your lower | Event|
| | level Knight’s to level 215. | Only |
‘—————————————————————————‘
_________________
/ Knights Listing |
.————————————————————————|
| In this chart, I will be listing the names of the Knights, in order of |
| appearance, in the City that they are available in. |
.–+————————————————————————|
|LV| City 1 | City 2 | City 3 | City 4 |
|–+—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| | Sir Balin | | | |
| 1|—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| | Sir Kevin | | | |
|–+—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| 2| Lady Fiona | | | |
|–+—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| 3| Sir Owain | | | |
|–+—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| 4| Sir Kenneth | | | |
|–+—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| 5| Sir Omar | | | |
|–+—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| | Sir Rolf | | | |
| 6|—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| | Sir Jamal | | | |
‘–+—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| | | | |
|—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| | | | |
|—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| | | | |
|—————-+—————–+——————+——————|
| | | | |
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Merlin’s Gift [Walk3.13]—–
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Merlin’s Gift is a game of chance. Everyday at starting at 0:00 Camelot GT,
you will receive a free Merlin’s token. Use it to receive a prize. To play
the ‘classic’ Merlin’s Gift, you will require 1 Merlin’s Token. You have a
choice of selecting 1 of 9 chests. Each chest contains a different prize, and
is never the same twice. You can win almost anything that can be found in the
shop and then some, with the exclusion of Third City Deeds, Chest sets, and
the Event items. In the Classic Merlin’s Gift game, there is a 1 in 100,000
chance of winning troop sets. The other Chance game is Merlin’s ‘Premium’
Chance. In this Premium game, you will need a total of 6 Merlin Tokens to
receive one play. However, in the Premium chance game, you can win better
prizes, like a Divine Inspiration, Troops, Second City Deeds, and much
more. The following is a text-view screenshot of the Merlin’s chance game.

.——————————————–.
| .—-. .————. |
| |home| Merlin’s Riddle | 15 | |
| ‘—-‘ | Get Gems | |
| ‘————‘ |
| .——————-. .——————. |
| | Chance | | Premium Chance | |
|.——————————————.|
|| ————————–. ||
|| | ||
|| Use Merlin’s Tokens| ||
|| to Play! | ||
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|| ————————–‘ ||
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|| | .——–. .——–. .——–. | ||
|| | |—[]—| |—[]—| |—[]—| | ||
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|| | ‘——–‘ ‘——–‘ ‘——–‘ | ||
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|| | .——–. .——–. .——–. | ||
|| | |—[]—| |—[]—| |—[]—| | ||
|| | | | | | | | | ||
|| | ‘——–‘ ‘——–‘ ‘——–‘ | ||
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|| | .——–. .——–. .——–. | ||
|| | |—[]—| |—[]—| |—[]—| | ||
|| | | | | | | | | ||
|| | ‘——–‘ ‘——–‘ ‘——–‘ | ||
|| ‘————————————–‘ ||
|’——————————————‘|
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As you can see from the text-view screenshot above, you are supplied with 9
chests, each containing a different item hidden within. Good luck and best
of chances with your selections.

Items and the Shop [Walk3.14]—–
——————
The following is a list of items that can be purchased in-game using Gems (G)
to better your game play experience. The items are classified into five
sections. These sections are Misc., Speed Ups, Combat, Resources and Chests.
_______ _______
/ Misc.// Items |
.————————————————————————-|
| Items | Description | Cost |
|——————————-+———————————-+——|
| Divine Inspiration | Allows you to upgrade a building | 100G |
| | from Lv.9 to Lv. 10 | |
|——————————-+———————————-+——|
| Divine Elevation | Allows you to upgrade to *Lv. 11.| 200G |
|——————————-+———————————-+——|
| Fourth City Deed | Required to build a Fourth City. | 225G |
|——————————-+———————————-+——|
| Third City Deed | Required to build a Third City | 225G |
|——————————-+———————————-+——|
| Second City Deed | Required to build a Second City. | 225G |
|——————————-+———————————-+——|
| Gemcutter’s Assay | Uncovers more precious stones in | 10G |
| | each chest. | |
|——————————-+———————————-+——|
| Merlin’s Magical Tokens | Gives you one chance to randomly | 5G |
| | win a rare item in Merlin’s Gift | |
|——————————-+———————————-+——|
| Portal of Refuge | Teleport your city to another | |
| | location on the Map at random | |
|——————————-+———————————-+——|
| Portal of Order | Teleport your city to a specific | |
| | location on the Map. | |
|——————————-+———————————-+——|
| Fertile Winds | Adds 1,000 to your population, up| |
| | to your population limit | |
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| Merlin’s Cloak | Change your player name | 90G |
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| Mass Hypnosis | Increases Happiness to 100 | 100G |
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| Renaming Celebration | Change the name of one of your | 10G |
| | cities | |
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| Dragon’s Stomp | Destroys one of your buildings | 9G |
| | instantly. | |
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| Wooden Hammer | Use this Hammer to Forge your | 10G |
| | Gear. | |
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| Iron Hammer | Use this Hammer to forge your | 35 |
| | gear. | Gems |
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| Allies Portal of Order | Teleport your city to a specific | Free |
| | location on the map (only for |to new|
| | Player Lv under Lv 15). | user |
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/ Speed Ups // Items |
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| Items | Description | Cost |
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| Squire’s Hourglass | 1 Minute Speedup | 1G |
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| Knight’s Hourglass | 15 Minute Speedup | 5G |
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| Guinevere’s Hourglass | 1 Hour Speedup | 10G |
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| Morgana’s Hourglass | 2.5 Hour Speedup. | 20G |
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| Arthur’s Hourglass | 8 Hour Speedup. | 50G |
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| Merlin’s Hourglass | 15 Hour Speedup | 80G |
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| Divine Hourglass | 24 Hour Speedup | 120G |
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| Infinite Hourglass | Instantly finishes one task. | Event|
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/ Combat // Items |
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| Item | Description | Cost |
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| Train with Kay | Gives 1,000 experience to your | 8G |
| | Knight. | |
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| Train with Galahad | Gives 10,000 experience to your | 30 |
| | Knight. | Gems |
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| Train with Arthur | Gives 50,000 experience to your | 100 |
| | Knight. | Gems |
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| 12H Dove of Peace | Grants your city 12 hours of | 30 |
| | peacetime. While at peace, you | Gems |
| | cannot attack or be attacked. | |
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| 8H Dove of Peace | Grants your city 8 hours of | 20 |
| | peacetime. While at peace, you | Gems |
| | cannot attack or be attacked. | |
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| 2H Dove of Peace | Grants your city 2 hours of | 8 |
| | peacetime. While at peace, you | Gems |
| | cannot attack or be attacked. | |
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| Blood Frenzy | Increases Attack rating by 20% | 60 |
| | for 7 days. | Gems |
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| Blood Lust | Increases Attack rating by 20% | 10 |
| | for 24 hours | Gems |
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| Stoneskin | Increase Life of troops by 20% | 60 |
| | for 7 days. | Gems |
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| Bareskin | Increase Life of troops by 20% | 10 |
| | for 24 hours. | Gems |
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| Grail Knights (L225) | Raise any knight of Level 224 or | Event|
| | less to level 225 | only |
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/ Resources // Items |
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| Item | Description | Cost |
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| 40,000 Wood | Deposits 40,000 wood into your | 10 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 40,000 Stone | Deposits 40,000 Stone into your | 10 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 40,000 Food | Deposits 40,000 Food into your | 10 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 40,000 Ore | Deposits 40,000 Ore into your | 10 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 40,000 Gold | Deposits 40,000 Gold into your | 10 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 250,000 Wood | Deposits 250,000 wood into your | 55 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 250,000 Stone | Deposits 250,000 Stone into your | 55 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 250,000 Food | Deposits 250,000 Food into your | 55 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 250,000 Ore | Deposits 250,000 Ore into your | 55 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 250,000 Gold | Deposits 250,000 Gold into your | 55 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 500,000 Wood | Deposits 500,000 wood into your | 95 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 500,000 Stone | Deposits 500,000 Stone into your | 95 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 500,000 Food | Deposits 500,000 food into your | 95 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 500,000 Ore | Deposits 500,000 ore into your | 95 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| 500,000 Gold | Deposits 500,000 Gold into your | 95 |
| | City. | Gems |
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| Druidic Blessing | Increases Wood production by 25% | 8 |
| | for 24 hours. | Gems |
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| Druidic Ceremony | Increases Wood procution by 25% | 50 |
| | for 7 days. | Gems |
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| Gnomish Stone Cutter | Increases Stone production by 25%| 8 |
| | for 24 hours | Gems |
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| Gnomish Quarrying Team | Increaes Stone production by 25% | 50 |
| | for 7 days. | Gems |
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| Harvest Prayer | Increases food production by 25% | 8 |
| | for 24 hours. | Gems |
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| Harvest Festival | Increases Food Production by 25% | 8 |
| | for 25 hours. | Gems |
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| Dwarven Mining Tools | Increases Ore prosuction by 25% | 8 |
| | for 25 hours. | Gems |
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| Dwarven Assistance | Increases Ore production by 25% | 50 |
| | for 7 daus. | Gems |
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| Day of Prosperity | Increases gold from taxes by 100%| 45 |
| | for 24 hours | Gems |
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| Week of Prosperity | Increases gold from taxes by 100%| 280 |
| | for 7 days. | Gems |
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Alliance diplomacy and settings [walk3.16]—–
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One of the biggest rules about being in an alliance is to know how to read
the flags found on the map. There are two color flags: blue and red. As you
may have already guessed, a red flag indicates a tile that is being occupied
by an enemy of an alliance whose diplomacy is set to hostile against your
alliance. Those occupying a red flag, are an imediate threat to you and to
your allies. These players must be attacked without warning and without
permission from your alliance leaders. As for the tiles that are marked with
a blue flag, these are players are belonging to an alliance whose diplomacy
is set to Friendly against your alliance. Blue Flags also indicate the
location of a city or wild that is being occupied by one of your alliance
members. Remember, an easier way to find out who you are friendly and hostile
with, tap on the ‘Alliance’ tab found at the bottom of the screen, then tap
on the ‘Your Diplomacy with other Alliances’ button that is found on the main
window that appears. Now look at the list of all the alliances that you are
Firendly or Hostile with.

Finding your enemies [walk3.17]—–
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There are many ways to find out the location of your enemy’s City or Wild.
One of the best ways that I prefer for doing this, is to access the map
database found online at http://kocbattle.weezeewig.com and select your
world. Now once you have access to the map, enter “user:” followed by the
name of the player you are looking for, ex “user:Luchia” into the Search
box. Now select “Serach”. If all goes well, youy should see a list or a
cluster of the user’s current city and conquered wilds locations in relation
to its position on the map. Another way is to wait for them to attack you,
then read the Attack Report to see who attacked you, where they attacked you
and where the attack came from in relation to the map, i.e. the Coordinates.
One last way of finding your enemies is to thoroughly checdk each section and
segment of the map by hand. Doing this last one, will take about 6-8 hours,
if doine non-stop. I wouldn’t recommend it.

The Global and Alliance ChatRoom [walk3.18]—–
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There exists currently twoi types of Chatrooms in the game, one is known as
‘Global’ and the other as ‘Alliance’. If you have not yet figured it out, the
Global chat room allows you to connect and communicate with all players from
around the globe, whereas the Alliance chatroom only allows you to comunicate
with players in realtime sho belong to your alliance. Using these chatrooms,
you can obtain massive information about all the players and some will even
occasionally spill secrets through whisper fails. To whisper someone, there
are two ways of doing so, one is to click on the player’s name, then tap on
the Whisper button. Another way is to type in the user’s name like this:
“@TwilightGoddess” or like “TwilightGoddess”. Whispering someone is a way of
communicating messages in chat that are not visable to the other players. As
you may have already guessed, my in-game name is TwilightGoddess.

How to ‘Farm’ another Player [walk3.25]—–
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It is important to know how to Farm. Farming is the term we like to use when
you are sending troops to another Player’s Cities to obtain their loot. To
Farm someone, you must first have at least 100 T1 troops and at least 10
Supply Carts or Supply Wagons. You also must take into fact, the level and
power of the player’s city you wish to farm. It is recommended that you
attack a player who is no more than 100k might more powerful than you. If
you wish to succeed at obtaining the player’s loot, you must also send a high
leveled Knight to lead the attack. The higher the level of the Knight, the
higher the chances you will succeed in battle.

There are two ways to farm someone. The first is to manually hunt for your
target via the map. If you know the location x,y of your target, then you
will want to insert them manually at the top of the map screen. Now tap on
your target city. Now click on attack. Select your Knight, if any are
available then select the troops you wish to send. Once that is done, tap on
send attack to finish the proccess. If you are successful, you will be
rewarded with your target’s loot, if they had extra in the first place.
Sometimes your attack will be successful, but you won’t receive any loot.
This is normal, so do not panic or worry.

The second way to send an attack, is via the Rally Point. It is not
recommended that you use the Rally Point when sending attacks, as it can take
a little longer to perform than it would using the map. The First thing you
do with the Rally Point, is to select ‘March Troops. Then you will want to
select ‘Attack’ from the list of options found below. Now, at the top you
will see two blank text boxes, insert coordinates x,y and then tap on ‘Next.’
Now choose the Knight you want to lead the attack. Once that is complete, tap
once again on ‘Next’. Now select the amount of troops you wish to send. Now
tap on ‘Send’. Now you know how to attack/ Farm someone. These techniques can
be transferred for Reinforcing, transporting and reassigning troops and
resources to other cities. You can also use these techniques to attack and
conquer Wilds and Pictish Camps. Do not attack Bogs as they cannot be
attacked in the first place.

Push Notifications [walk3.33]—–
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Push Notifications are optional for use of the game, but they are turned on
by default. You can turn them off by selecting ‘Settings’ tab found on the
second section of the main Menu, also known as Hidden Menu mentioned above.
I don’t know how to describe the use and definition of the Push Notifications
, so I will try my best and if I cannot succeed in giving you the proper in-
formation, then I will remove this section from the walkthrough in one of the
next updates.

Push Notifications, when turned “on” inform the player that a particular
project has been completed, such as Building finished being constructed,
Research finished being researched, incoming attacks and incoming mail. Some
of these features work, but others don’t. If you have the Push Notifications
turned on, you will be notified on the ‘Lock Screen’ or via a banner on your
iOS device.

There are currently three Push Notification options: City, March and Mail.
The Mail Notification is very buggy so 99.9% of the time, you will NOT be
notified of incoming mail. As for the City Notifications, Kabam, INC. has
removed notifications of incoming attacks from the game as itr was causing
some major technical difficulties for the development team when they we’re
making the game Android and Mobile compatible. As for the rest of the City
notifications, you will be informed when you have successfully finished
building, researching and when you have finished training Troops, and you
will even be notified when your City has run out of Food. Very Handy, eh?
Now for the ‘March Notifications’, you will be notified when you have
finished sending an attack, reassigning troops, or finished transporting
resources. Push Notifications are a great way to keep yourself informed about
anything that goes on in you’re City.

In my opinion, you should keep the Push Notifications turned on at all Times.

Kabam ID [Walk3.34]——
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In order to participate in In-Game events and contests, you must first, if
you haven’t already done so, create a Kabam account. By creating an account,
you will be able to save your game progress, be eligiable for in-game contest
and special offers. But the most important factor of creating a Kabam account
is you will earn an instant 75 Gems, free of charge.

Game Center [Walk3.35]——
———–
The Game Center feature is only availble on iOS devices. This feature allows
the user to connect their current game account to their Game Center account
in order to achieve certain pre-set achievement goals. These Achievement
goals can be found in the next section of this Walkthrough. Once an account
has been synched with the game, it cannot be undone. Please choose this
option carefully. To sync your kabam game account with your Apple Game Center
account, please follow these picture instructions below.

1. Locate your main menu at the bottom of your screen. It will look like this

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||view|Items Quests Alliance Mail ChanceTrain Research Rank setting share|
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‘—————————————-‘figure 3.35b

3. Tap on the Settings tab
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||view|>Train Research Rank Setting Share|
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‘—————————————-‘figure 3.35c

4. Look for the Game Center Tab on the new popup menu
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| Settings | X |
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| Kabam ID > |
|________________________________________|
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| Game Center ID > | |
|________________________________________|
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| About > |
|________________________________________|
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| Push Notifications > |
|________________________________________|
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| Languages > |
|________________________________________|
| |
| More Free Games from Kabam > |
|________________________________________|
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‘—————————————-‘figure 3.35d

Step 5: Click on Link Game Center ID
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|| Vampnerd Lord ||
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|| Kabam ID:****************** ||
|| Game Center ID: Kamb3l ||
||______________________________________||
| You are signed into Game Center as: |
| Kamb3l |
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| |Link Game Center ID| |
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In-game Messaging (The Mailbox) [walk3.37]——
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There are many ways to connect and communicate with other Players in the
game. One of the most commonly used methods is the "v-mail." The "V-mail" is
similar to the e-mail we use in our everyday lives. This is very simple to
use. The following figures will highlight how to use v-mail as to better
understand it yourself. To access the v-mail, simply click on the "Mail" tab
found on the Main Menu bar found at the bottom of the screen. The main Menu
bar looks like this:

|———————————————————————–|
Regular Menu Hidden Menu
|—————————————-|__________________________________.
|.—-. | |
||view|Items Quests Alliance Mail Chance Train Rsrch Rank setting share Gear|
|'—-' |__________________________________|
'—————————————-' figure 3.37a

First I would like to point out that there are 3 sections to the v-mail
messaging systems. These are:

a. Mail: The Mail folder contains all of your in-coming messages from
the Game Developpers, your Alliance messages and mail sent to you
from other Players in the game. It also contains all the Invites you
receive asking if you want to join an Alliance. The Mail folder can
hold and store up to 1,000 messages. Any new messages after that, an
older one will be deleted.

b. Reports: The Reports folder is used specifically for holding all of
your In-coming and Out-going Scouts, Attack data, transportation and
re-assignment of your Troops information. Additionally, your Reports
folder can only hold up to 1,000 Reports. For every new Report that
comes in, an older Report will automatically be deleted.

c. Sent: The Sent folder contains a copy of all the mail you have sent
to other players within the game. The sent folder also holds up to
1,000 messages.

The following figure shows us the Main Mail Screen.
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| | home | Mail | stgs || Edit ||
| '——' '——''——'|
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| | Mail | | Reports | | Sent | |
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| Feb 15, 20:17 PM |
| Kingdoms of Camelot |
| Welcome to Battle for the North / |
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| 1 Messages | Empty | | Compose ||
| 0 New '———–' '———-'|
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Figure 3.37a

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| Click on the 'Empty' button to delete|
| every message you have in the box you|
| currently have open. |
|________________ ___________________|
|________________________| /_________________| __________________________
| .—–|/—-. .———-._| Click on the 'Compose' |
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