It’s not the easiest game to learn; here are my notes and links.

Do you have to pay money to be effective?

Quite a few things seem to be behind a real world shop. Is there a free way to pass these barriers. My first obstacle seems to be “Royal Prestige”, which it seems must be paid for.

Join an alliance

I didn’t do this as I started, I was expecting some distraction like in simcity. It’s actually helpful, very helpful and if you can find one that’ll take you join as soon as possible. Next I needed to work how to teleport my city to be contiguous with my allies. After achieving 9th level, I found a button in my napsack that this. Alliances can declare themselves peaceful and so we will not necessarily be bothered with attacks all the time. Other advice is to find the territory yourself, but it seems that very junior members of the alliance cannot ‘see’ the home province however, the boss can send a teleport location.

Some more on alliances from Medieval Fun and a post on how to mail allies.


One of the pieces of advice I read stated that Iron was a key shortage area, I find that gems and gold are constraints, and I keep running our of charcoal and occasionally tavern supplies.

Garrison Points

Upgrade the town hall.

How to

  • How to get more Gold
  • Establish a War Academy, this helps to create rallies. The academy has prerequisites, I hope it’s not the Royal Prestige! Phew, its Castle Level 8.

Hint anthologies

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