A chart representing the family relationships among the four generations of the Imperial family.
Game of Emperors’s official Frequently Asked Questions. The list contains detailed and explicit answers to all questions a player might ask at some point, organized in several major categories.
The number of villagers a province can support without hourly population losses. Farms are required for the well-being of the population. Each farms level has a certain capacity. The lower the farm capacity is compared to the population number, the bigger the losses will be, because farms won't be enough to support the whole population.
One of the skills available to Governors upon leveling up. Increases the Farms capacity. Level 1: +2% capacity; Level 2: +4% capacity; Level 3: +6% capacity; Level 4: +8% capacity; Level 5: +12% capacity
The building which supports the province population, providing goods for normal living conditions. Farm levels’ insufficiency generates population losses every hour. Each level decreases the population losses if the number of population in the province is more than 10 000 villagers bigger than the current farm capacity. The bigger the difference between population number and farm capacity is, the higher population losses there would be.
NB! There are some relatively rarer cases in which building the next level of Farms doesn’t actually decrease the hourly population losses. Losses are divided into several stages, determined by the difference between farm capacity and current population number. To pass over the next stage of minor losses sometimes requires more than one level of Farms.
Example: If the difference between your population number and farm capacity is 18 000, then your losses are located in the second stage (from 10 000 to 20 000 between your population number and farm capacity) where you lose 10 villagers per hour. Thus, building just one level of Farms doesn’t manage to increase your farm capacity enough so that the difference between the population number and the farm capacity could get below 10 000 and consequently the losses – below 10 per hour.
This attack sends the troops to fight only with the opponent's field army, without sieging the Fortress or pillaging the civil population. Field battle army neither loots resources nor kills villagers. The only profit for the attacker are military points for slashing enemy units and honor points in case he loses at least 10% of his own troops.
For more information about Field battle click here and here.
One of the skills available to Generals upon leveling up. Increases the Hit Points of the Field Army. Level 1: +1% Hit Points; Level 2: +2% Hit Points; Level 3: +4% Hit Points; Level 4: +6% Hit Points; Level 5: +10% Hit Points
The alliance position taking care of alliance funds and investments. Special bonus – 50% lower fixed commission but the actual extent depends on the loyalty status.
For more information about finance officer’s rights and benefits click here.
Commission for publishing of the offer which is deducted at the time you post it. Base fixed commission – 10%. It can be decreased if the player is Finance Officer and by conquering special resource terrain Spices.
Escape from the battle field due to low Morale value. The chance for fleeing increases progressively by 2% with every Morale point below 50. Garrison cannot flee because it doesn’t have Morale. Fleeing implies imminently losing the battle and causes military unit losses – additional 20% of the remaining troops. The rest of the army returns to the province they were sent to mission from.
Shows the way army is deployed on the battle field, i.e. military units’ distribution percentage through the battle zones: Center, left Flank, right Flank and Reserve.
Since the formation controls the distribution of the units through the battle zones and each unit’s attack strength and hit points are modified by the battle zone, the right choice of formation is determined by both your army composition and your opponent’s army composition and formation. Basically, the most efficient formation would be the one that deploys most of your units in the battle zones that boost their attack and hit points (or at least don’t give any penalties), and/or the one that deploys most of your units in the battle zones that will allow them to oppose directly the enemy units they have bonuses against (or at least no penalties).
In order to determine the best formation for a particular battle you should always simulate your battle in advance with various formations and choose the one that makes you simultaneously win at morale above 50, lose less and inflict larger damages to the adversary. Keep in mind that the result of the battle may not correspond exactly to the result of the simulation because you never know opponent’s technologies and formation and whether he is premium or not.
For more information about formations click here.
The main defense facility of the holding.
- The Fortress determines the province maximum capacity of resources which can be stashed there.
- Every level increases the resource production.
- If destroyed, it can be repaired for the price of its previous level, i.e. 25% of the current level's price. While destroyed you can still order Buildings and Technologies but the production bonus and hit points bonus is lower - they correspond to those of the previous level.
- Its hit points are increased by Fortification levels.
One of the skills available to Generals upon leveling up. Increases the Hit Points of the Fortress. Level 1: +4% Hit Points; Level 2: +6% Hit Points; Level 3: +10% Hit Points; Level 4: +14% Hit Points; Level 5: +20% Hit Points
It is conducted after a successful Field battle for the attacker. If there isn’t any defense field army deployed in front of the Fortress walls, the Fortress siege battle begins straight away - the attacking soldiers aim to smash enemy’s Fortress walls and proceed to the battle with the garrison (if there are any garrisoned units). A successful Fortress siege loots the exact amount of resources the carrying capacity of the sent military units and supply wagons allows.
For more information about Fortress siege battle click here and here.
The official online discussion platform of Game of Emperors where players can have conversations by posting messages on different topics. They can share strategies, clear doubts out, report bugs etc. For the bigger language communities Game of Emperors offers separate forums, managed independently by one Community manager and several Global moderators. For the smaller ones there are sub-sections in the international forum.
Obtaining full control, with all rights implied, over a certain spot on the Global map and establishing on it an administrative unit or a military facility, ready to be exploited for different purposes. In Game of Emperors realms the following objects can be established: colonies, trading posts, military posts and rally points.
Both attacking and defending Melee troops form Frontlines in all types of battle. This Line is the first to clash with enemy Frontline in Melee battle.
During Field Battle, the Frontline is the forwardmost Line. It is divided into three Divisions: Center and two Flanks. All Cavalry and Melee Infantry are deployed on the Frontline, and they will ideally occupy a Division corresponding to their Priority Deployment.
During Fortress Assault, all Melee Infantry, Cavalry and Battering Rams of the attacker are compounded into a Frontline without Divisions. Troops in this Line, however, cannot directly attack the enemy Fortress. Instead, the Assault Line is formed, from amongst the Melee Infantry and the Battering Rams in the Frontline. Melee Infantry and the Battering Rams that exceed the Assault Line capacity remain in the Frontline and stand by, ready to replace any Assault Line casualties in the following round of battle.
During Fortress Assault, all the Garrisoned Infantry and Cavalry of the defender are compounded into a Frontline without Divisions. Only the defending Archers can attack the enemy, and only the attacking Archers can shoot at the defending Frontline, with 20% of their Attack.
During Fortress Sacking, the two Frontlines have no Divisions. For the attacker, the Frontline is composed of all of his Melee Infantry and Cavalry; for the defender, it's composed of all of his Infantry and Cavalry troops.
One of the skills available to Generals upon leveling up. Decreases the chance for the General to be slain if you lose the battle. Level 1: -5% chance; Level 2: -10% chance; Level 3: -20% chance; Level 4: -30% chance; Level 5: -50% chance