Welcome to Travian: Legends, expert strategy game! It has plenty of interesting features and deep mechanics that make the game so good. It can be a bit overwhelming at first, but with the help of this knowledge base, you will easily figure out the first steps – and practice for the months and years to come.
Travian: Legends is played over several months. Your first game might not last that long – it’s best to treat it as a practice. Don’t be afraid to start over if things don’t go as you planned. Once you are familiar with the game, your next start will go much more smoothly.
There are various game versions available, for the start we recommend a regular gameworld in your region at x1 speed. Keep in mind you cannot play on 2 accounts on the same gameworld, but you can play on as many gameworlds as you want.
Game Versions And Speed
We have 6 distinct tribes that play quite differently from each other.
This is a game played with other people. In fact, a lot of other people. You should find friends and a good alliance as soon as possible.
The best way to find friends is by showing you can be a valuable asset. That can be done by growing your account well, improving economy, resource production, growing army, and creating new villages. Rewards from tasks and daily quests will help with that.
Not all players will be your friends, there will be some that will target you to get your resources. At the beginning you will be protected, but prepare for war later. Hide your army against overwhelming odds and fight only on your terms. You will need an alliance for real protection.
You can't be checking on your account 24 hours a day. A helping hand, especially one of an experienced player, can be very useful. Be careful of who you add as your sitter or dual, they could cause a lot of damage if they are not really on yours side.
Sooner or later you will find yourself in battle. Before the actual battle, you can use the combat simulator to see how changing the composition and size of your and enemy army can change the result.
Some actions in the game can be cancelled, but most cannot – so think twice before you act. It’s a strategy game after all!
Once you are familiar with the basics, you can explore the rest of our knowledge base. The “Basic Gameplay” category explains a lot of the core mechanics of the game. “Advanced Gameplay” has even more, with a focus on features that are more important later in game, or for more experienced players – but don’t hesitate to check it out even if you have just started.
The last category contains information about technical issues, premium features and payments, as well as articles related to game rules.
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