Guide
Buildings
Description
Construction and upgrades
Building types
Demolition

Building types

The Palace is the main building in the Town and the Lord's residence. Here, you can view Town statistics. Upgrade the Palace in order to upgrade other buildings.

The Academy allows you to conduct Studies that are necessary for Town development and strengthening the Lord’s influence.

The Council Hall – upgrade this building in order to increase the number of marches performed simultaneously.

The Inn allows you to receive reinforcements from your Order Lords and defines the maximum number of warriors in reinforcement troops that you can host in your Town.

The Outpost helps you to search for locations on the Kingdom map, and its watchmen will alert you in case of an enemy attack.

The Treasury helps to shelter some amount of Town resources from successful enemy attacks.

The Wall adds a bonus to army defense in your Town.

The Workshop allows you to craft armor and weapons for the Hero and Inquisitors. Equipment improves the characteristics of your helpers and increases the fighting stats of troops under their command.

The Gemmery allows you to fuse jewels, which can be used to improve equipment. When this building reaches level 21, you will be able to create legendary jewels.

The Rune Workshop gives you the opportunity to create runes from shards and fuse runes of the same type. With the help of runes, you can enhance legendary equipment.

The Port allows you to exchange resources with your Order Lords. By upgrading the Port, you increase the cart speed and reduce the tax on sending resources.

Please note: an ally whose Palace is below level 6 cannot receive more resources than their Treasury can hold. The surplus will be returned to you with the included tax that is calculated based on the amount of sent and returned resources.

For example, when sending 10,000 Iron, you pay 10% Port tax – 1,000 Iron. This means:

  • 9,000 Iron is sent (10,000 – 1,000).
  • An ally receives 7,000 Iron (the amount that can be held in their Treasury).
  • The tax on the accepted 7,000 Iron is 778 Iron. If the Port tax is 10%, you need to spend 7,778 Iron to send 7,000 Iron in a cart to an Order member.
  • The 2,000 Iron that was not accepted by the Treasury (9,000 – 7,000) will be returned to your Town with part of the tax (222 Iron).
  • 222 Iron is the difference in tax that you paid when sending the resource (1,000) and the tax on the resources accepted by your ally (778).

The total amount of Iron you will get back is 2,222.

The Barracks is where your warriors are trained. Upgrading the Barracks increases the number of warriors that can be trained simultaneously.

In the Alchemical Laboratory, you can improve your warriors' stats.

The Conclave of Cardinals enables you to summon and promote Cardinals. Their bonuses significantly affect military and economic characteristics. The building slot is on the left of the Palace, slightly below the Outpost.

In the Manor, you can view necessary information about your Hero, such as statistics and available equipment. Upgrading this building will increase the Experience your Hero gains.

The Hall of Justice is needed to summon and appoint Inquisitors. Here, you can view information about the Inquisitors' Doctrines, bonuses, and equipment. The higher the level of this building, the more Experience the active Inquisitor receives.

The Infirmary is the building where injured warriors can be healed and warriors who have died can be resurrected.

The total capacity of Infirmaries depends on their levels and quantity: the more Infirmaries, the more warriors that can go there for healing after battles.

In the event of a failed defense of your Town, injured warriors are sent to the Infirmaries, where they can be found in the Healing tab. If the Infirmaries' capacity is less than the size of your army, go to the Resurrection tab and you can resurrect 70% of the warriors that didn't end up in the Healing section in exchange for Gold. You can also temporarily increase the space in all of your Town's Infirmaries using the Infirmaries' Capacity item.

Injured warriors fill up the Infirmary in descending order: from the highest tier to the lowest. You can remove warriors from the Infirmary to make space for more valuable ones. The healing process can be performed in exchange for either resources or Gold.

In the Infirmary, you can also use Gold to resurrect warriors who have fallen in battles outside your Town:

  • In battles in other Lords’ Towns
  • In battles for resource locations
  • Fighting in Assailants’ Camps
  • Attacking and defending the Eternal Stronghold

Resurrection has no capacity limits. Over the course of a week, you can get back 70% of the warriors that have fallen in battles outside your Town. Resurrection is performed instantly and only in exchange for Gold. In addition, by using the Revival of the Fallen item you can send some warriors killed out of Town for healing.

The Military Camp allows you to form Raids (joint attacks by Lords of one Order on the Towns of other Lords) and also participate in them.

The Farm, Lumber Mill, Stone Quarry, Mine, and House are buildings where you can produce Food, Lumber, Stone, Iron, and Silver that are essential for each Town. They also increase the maximum amount of resources stored in the Town. Note: upgrading Houses speeds up warrior training.

The capacity of all resource buildings is limited. If the limit is exceeded, the production of the resource is stopped. It will be restored when the amount of this resource is less than the maximum capacity.

For example, there are 10 level 1 Lumber Mills in your Town, and their maximum capacity is 10,000 Lumber. Upon reaching this resource limit, the Lumber Mills stop producing Lumber, but this does not apply to resources that are obtained by any other means. So, if you get 10,000 Lumber extra in the Loggers Camp on the Kingdom map or by pillaging resources from another Lord’s Town, the amount of Lumber will be totaled after your troop returns to the Town. The total amount will be 20,000 units.

The production of Lumber is restored as soon as the amount of this resource in your Town is less than 10,000 units.