On November 3, a new Global Map update will be released with more new features in your fights for territories and Gold!
Among the most important features, players will find a new ability to "ransack" the territories you captured to get a one-time increased province income.
Once a province is captured, your Clan can ransack it to collect an amount of Gold equal to several days' province income.
A province can be ransacked if the following conditions are met:
The province is ransacked and Gold is transferred to the Clan Treasury once the turn has been processed. A province ransack can still be canceled before the end of the current turn. A Clan cannot apply for establishing a Headquarters after confirming province ransack..
Clan members occupying the following positions are entitled to initiating province ransack:
Once a province is ransacked, an amount of Gold equal to 3 days' income on the province is transferred to the Clan Treasury. After that, the province does not provide income for five days and is on ransack cooldown. Province ransacking does not decrease the province income level; however, it cannot be raised during the ransack cooldown period.
Province ransack requirements and settings can be modified for each Front, depending on Global Map events and activities.
Starting with this update, province owners will have the possibility to join both province and landing tournaments along with other challengers once the province is attacked by land or via an auction. Thus, in order to defend their province, a Clan has to go through all the tournament rounds.
Changes have happened to Combat Reserve settings and the particulars of earning influence for destroying Divisions during a tournament:
Results of Tournament Battles
|Victory||The winner of the current round continues to the next round, and the tournament winner becomes the province owner when the next turn begins|
|Defeat||Defeated Clans are eliminated from the tournament|
|Draw in a battle between two challengers||Both opponents are considered defeated and are eliminated from the battles for a province.|
|Draw in a battle between a challenger and the province owner||The province owner is considered a winner.|