Guide
Marches

Espionage, attacks, sending resources and reinforcements are carried out by sending marches. The Shrine of Odin allows to perform marches and keep track of all your troops movements.

March features
Espionage
Convoys
Reinforcements
Troop Sets

March features

The Shrine of Odin allows you to send your warriors on marches and to follow their movements. Upgrade the building to increase the number of marches that can be sent simultaneously and the maximum number of warriors on each of them. You can also increase these stats by learning the corresponding Knowledge in the Oracle.

There are the following types of marches:

  • Capturing resource locations
  • Attacking captured resource locations
  • Attacking Invaders, Uber Invaders, or Ghosts
  • Capturing Lairs of Invaders/Uber Invaders, or Ghosts' Shelters
  • Attacking enemy Jarls' Towns
  • Performing Onslaughts on enemy Jarls' Towns (organizing them or participating in Onslaughts created by your clanmates)
  • Attacking Fortresses or performing Onslaughts on them
  • Performing espionage in enemy Jarls' Towns, resource locations, Invaders'/Uber Invaders' Lairs, Ghosts' Shelters, or Fortresses
  • Sending resources to your clanmates' Towns or the Clan Stronghold
  • Sending reinforcements to your clanmates' Towns, the Clan Stronghold, or other Fortresses

To send a march, you need to do the following:

1. Choose the location you are going to attack or send your scouts, reinforcements, or convoys to.

You can do this in the following ways:

  • Find and choose a location on the Global Map manually
  • Go to a location on the Global Map using previously created Landmarks, coordinates from the chat, or from a military report
  • Choose a location in the Navigator (in the Watchtower)
  • Choose a Jarl from the list of your Clan's members (only to send reinforcements or convoys)
  • Choose a clanmate in the сhat (only to send reinforcements or convoys)

2. Select your military troop: what warriors will you send on the march and in what numbers.

The Hero attacks Invaders and Uber Invaders alone, and a Shaman banishes Ghosts in the same way. For other marches, you need at least one warrior. A troop can consist of warriors of one type or various types.

Your warriors can go on a march with or without the Hero or a Shaman. A strong leader's presence improves warriors' stats in troops and reinforcements, and also increases their capacity. To send the Hero and/or a Shaman on a march, check the boxes next to their pictures in the window where you choose your warriors.

Marching speed is determined by the lowest speed stat of the warriors in the troop. You can speed up marches using items and boosts.

You don't need warriors, the Hero, or a Shaman to send convoys of resources.

3. Confirm the sending of the troop.

To defend your Town against enemy invasions, use the Peace Treaty item. If you want to find out the duration of the Peace Treaty in enemy Jarls' Towns, use the Guard Payoff item.

Please note: when attacking a Town whose level is lower than 6, you won't get resources even if your attack is successful.

If you send your warriors to yield resources and the location turns out to be occupied by another Jarl's troop, your troops will fight each other. If your warriors win, they will start yielding resources, and the warriors of the Jarl who lost the battle will return to their Town.

There are several reasons why a battle may not take place and your troops return to the Town:

  • The location is occupied by your clanmate
  • You sent a troop to a location while the Peace Treaty was active in your Town, but while you were marching, the location was captured by another Jarl
  • You sent a troop to a location occupied by another Jarl, but this Jarl activated the Domain Guard item which protects any resource location including Invaders'/Uber Invaders' Lairs and Ghosts' Shelters against attacks

You can cancel any march except an Onslaught and return your troop to the Town.

During global Competitions, you can participate in an Onslaught only if it's organized in the Kingdom where you are currently located. You can read more about Onslaughts in the corresponding "How to play" section.

You will receive reports on the outcomes of all marches in your mail. If you are a Clan member, you can share military reports of all types with your clanmates (reports on attacks, defenses, espionages, and Onslaughts, as well as on fighting Invaders and Ghosts). To do this, you need to open the report and hit the "Share" button.

A special icon shows information about reinforcements, convoys, and attacking troops marching towards your Town. It shows the march type and time left before the warriors reach your Town. Also, if enemy troops are approaching your Town, the lights on the Shrine of Odin start to burn.