Title: How to Conquer Higher-level Lands [Print this page]
Author: Esqueleto Time: 2016-12-21 21:39
Title: How to Conquer Higher-level Lands
How to Conquer Higher-level Lands
Ever since soft launch began, many players have attacked and conquered most of the Lv1, 2, and 3 land in their areas, but they now face the problem of how to use limited resources to allow their soldiers to conquer higher level land. Today, we will share how you can cleverly utilize resources to do so.
There are four types of resources in IC, namely wood, iron, stone and food. Of these, wood, iron and stone are used in facilities, while wood, iron and food are used during war campaigns. These resources stem from the land’s hourly production, and the key factor that determines the hourly production is level of the territory. The higher the level of the territory, the more resources it produces.
As an example, look at the picture below. The iron production for a Lv5 territory is 1,200 per hour.
But iron production is only 450 per hour for a Lv4 territory. This is a difference of three times!
Until today, many players encounter a bottleneck as they progress midway through the game - they are unable to break through to Lv5 and suffer heavy casualties as a result. This is natural as it is a qualitative leap from Lv4 to Lv5 in terms of resource generation.
So the question is, how can we conquer a Lv5 territory? The only answer is to utilize resources wisely.
Territories at Lv5 or above are more difficult to conquer, as a Lv5 territory alone requires 9,000 soldiers to defend it. If you want to occupy a Lv5 territory, you must first use your resources to upgrade the Government Hall, as this is where you can increase the Cost limit on your troops. Moreover, you should build your barracks only after the Government Hall has advanced to level 7.
A lot of resources are needed to upgrade the Government Hall. If you have blindly consumed resources during your early war campaigns, you will not have sufficient resources to upgrade the Government Hall.
Once the Government Hall is at level 7, you can proceed to build the barracks. The good thing about barracks is that they can increase the cap on the troops that the Gairo leads.
The higher the Gairo’s level, the more troops the Gairo can lead. However, you need to note the Gairo’s Cost value. If you have not upgraded the Government Hall, many Gairos that you would like to deploy will not be available for you to use.
A common novice’s mistake is to continuously send out troops to conquer level 2 and 3 land in the beginning of the game, hence they use up their resources and do not have sufficient resources in the later part of the game to upgrade the technology tree, causing many game novices to progress very slowly.
Our suggestion to all players is to follow the novice guide to upgrade the facilities, instead of advancing blindly and wasting resources. When you start, don’t go around attacking fortresses and barracks, and don’t expand on a grand scale. If you don’t have 15,000 soldiers, just stay where you have occupied to harvest the land and train your soldiers.
Using resources wisely means that you invest more resources in areas that are most conducive to your troop and territory development. Resources are limited, so if you don’t deploy your resources correctly, by the time you need to build an army to battle a more powerful enemy, your resources will have been stretched thin. Therefore, players must have a strategy when it comes to building the city and deploying soldiers. Don’t fight and attack every territory or city. You need to plan for the long term.
About Land Occupation
Generally 600 soldiers is sufficient to occupy a level 2 land. For level 3 land, you will need 1,400 if you are near, and 1,600 if far away, and you should ideally deploy 2,000 soldiers to conquer the land. For level 4 land, you will reach a draw if you deploy 2,600, maybe a win if you have 3,000, but a sure win if you deploy 4,000 soldiers. For level 5 land, it’s recommended to send two troops at once. Let the first troop have a draw in battle (with soldiers of at least 6000), and then join the second troop (with soldiers at least 2500) within 5 minutes to raise your chance of victory. For more information on suggested soldiers for higher-level land occupation, you can find them in Help -> Game Fairy -> Land.
When you are trying to conquer a land, the game will prompt you on the outcome of your conquest. For example, “dangerous” means that the player cannot win, and hence they should withdraw to minimize the losses instead of sending out more troops. But Gairo will gain experience regardless if the battle is won or lost.
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