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    Apr. You need to research the tech. Once researched, you can build them but only on the locations that appeared on the map. Just select the city. Angedacht sind Warlock 2 und Endless Legend. Art und Weise sollte man dann schon allgemein mit einbauen, wie nen Wachturm usw. Kurz, worum es geht: Endless Legend ist ein hexfeld- und rundenbasiertes In Tervan habe ich ausserdem meinen ersten Wachturm gebaut. Der Sommer bricht an, und ich würde gern die Extraktoren klauen und dann den Helden abziehen. Dann schauen wir mal, was Ura macht. Ich gebe meinen Assassinen etwas Pause und lasse sie regenerieren. Dort wurde auch mein erster Wächter gebaut. Ich kann einfach Arbeiter dort reinwerfen, dass ich die Zahl kurz vor einem neuen Politikplan erreiche. Die ersten vier kann ich direkt kaufen, stehe also bei Das ist insofern wichtig, als dabei auch Material gespart wird. Vieles finde ich auch ästhetisch sehr gelungen, Schriftarten, die runden Techs dort, finde ich alles sehr ansprechend. Meine bevorzugte Provinz hat sich leider Murla unter den Nagel gerissen. Die Stärke der Festung sieht man am besten im Bild: Jemand hat sie in Gefangenschaft gefoltert, sie kann sich aber nicht genau erinnern, wer das war. Weitere Vergessene halten sich in einem Dorf im Norden auf. Verträge mit den anderen Fraktionen, Innenpolitik und Spionage.

    Each discovery unlocks a specific item in the game, from a City Improvement to an empire wide bonus. You can hover the cursor over a research icon to get information on what it provides.

    The type of research is indicated by two icons underneath its image. To select a new research simply click on its icon provided it is in an unlocked era.

    The current research is displayed, as well as its progress and number of turns it will take to complete it. It is possible to queue multiple researches, which will then be executed in order.

    A number appears next to the research icon to show in which order that research will be done. The cost of a research is based on the amount of research and the number of discoveries you have already made.

    This means that as you progress in the game, each new discovery will be more expensive in terms of Science points.

    If you have reached Era VI of the research screen, an Era I discovery will be much more expensive than if you had researched it at the beginning of the game.

    Higher era discoveries are generally more powerful, but some critical Era I discoveries should not be overlooked! Please note that there is no cost modification based on the position of a discovery within its Era, and no prerequisite between researches, other than unlocking the corresponding Era.

    Therefore a discovery located near the centre of the Era disk is no easier to research than a discovery located on the outer edge of the Era disk.

    The Research screen interface displays the currently unlocked Era at the bottom left. To unlock the next Era, you must research a minimum number of discoveries of the preceding Era.

    This requirement is symbolised by the gauges surrounding the centre of the next Era disk. Once an Era is unlocked, a notification panel will warn you of the effects of this Era plus the technology which unlocked it.

    The game is based on a turn system. When the End Turn icon in the lower right is clicked a turn passes: The end of turn is the frontier between two segments of simulation within the game.

    However, a number of events appear in real time during a turn: Army movement, battles, diplomatic exchanges, etc. When you are ready to pass a turn, simply click the End Turn button at the bottom right of the screen.

    Computations are performed, usually with notifications telling you what happened during the End of Turn computation.

    The Season display lets you know what the current season is, and gives you an estimate of the number of turns until the next Season begins.

    When you complete a turn, you will receive notifications if a city construction was finished, research was completed, a hero gained a new level, etc.

    Important notifications will automatically pop up and open a panel. Lesser notifications will remain as icons on the right side of the screen until you open them.

    In the Options menu of the game, you can select which notifications automatically pop up and which ones stay minimised.

    Once a notification panel is open, you can chose to dismiss the notification remove it from the list of displayed icons or minimise it to open it again later.

    When you press the End Turn button all notifications will be flushed, except those which prevent you from ending the turn. Some notifications will appear when you attempt to end your turn, for example when you have not selected any research.

    Others will prevent you from completing your turn until you have resolved them. For example, a battle notification will prevent you from completing the turn until the battle is resolved.

    A large part of the game is dedicated to exploring the map and looking for opportunities. This is particularly true at the beginning of a game.

    As you move your army around your start point you will discover lost structures, riches, new regions and climates, untamed Minor Factions and, eventually, other major empires.

    The cataclysm which plagued Auriga has left behind it remnants of ancient civilisations. In these ruins, you will find loot, monsters, quests, or possibly nothing at all.

    A notification panel will display the result and consequences! Usually a ruin can only be searched once, although some research and special events allow you to bypass this limit.

    Each region hosts a Minor Faction which keeps a foothold in the form of villages. Minor Factions do not welcome invaders or Major Factions conquering their lands.

    As time passes, these villages are likely to spawn roaming armies which will attack your armies and cities. An assimilated Minor Faction can bring an empire-wide bonus the bonus depends on the number of pacified villages of the assimilated faction that you have in your empire.

    This bonus is capped at 5 villages as well as provide military Unit designs for your armies Each pacified village on the region will bring you a construction bonus for this particular unit.

    To pacify a Minor Faction village you have 3 choices, some of which require preliminary scientific research:. To trigger these actions, simply right-click on the village with an army, or click on the corresponding action in the Army Control panel.

    As soon as a village is pacified destroyed, bribed, or allied with , their villages in the region stop spawning armies. If you have a city in the region containing this village, the Minor Faction can be assimilated into your empire.

    Assimilating a faction costs you Influence points. You may have to wait a few turns until you have the necessary points, then open the Empire Screen to manage your assimilated faction.

    Assimilating a faction has many benefits:. There is a limit of the number of Minor Factions you can assimilate only 1 at the beginning of the game , and even though this limit is increased with research, you should still be careful about choosing the most useful Minor Faction for your empire.

    If you have difficulty locating Ruins, Strategic or Luxury Resources, or Minor Faction villages, do not forget you can zoom out to the simplified 2D view where icons representing these critical locations can be easily seen.

    Quests are special missions which are assigned to your empire. Completing quests will give you rewards, and can even help you win the game.

    Quests are acquired from different sources: Exploring ruins, interacting with Minor Factions, and also through your special faction Main Quest.

    Each faction is provided with a unique quest arc, which will lead it to critical lore on the game world and faction history, as well as result in bonuses which can help win the game.

    The faction quest is divided into chapters which are unlocked after each previous chapter has been completed.

    Some chapters can also offer random branches, meaning that you will have a different experience if you replay the game. Completing the main quest is necessary to unlock the Wonder City Improvement and achieve the Wonder Victory.

    Side quests are secondary quests provided by random elements in the game world. Completing these quests is still very useful, especially for the pacification of Minor Factions.

    It is, however, possible to fail these quests, though they will not have a major impact on the game victory. A quest goal is determined by objectives which must be completed in sequence; some quests have only one objective.

    When there are several objectives, succeeding ones are usually kept secret until they are unlocked. For each completed objective you receive a reward whose value corresponds to the difficulty of the objective.

    Rewards can be of different kinds: Dust, Resources, equipment for units, research discoveries, and even new Heroes.

    You will receive a pop-up notice for new, completed, updated, or failed quests. You can open the Quest Screen at any time to manage your quests and check their status.

    Quests are classified by status current, complete, failed , and can be browsed via a horizontal list. Simply click on a quest in the list to display its description, summary, and the objectives and their status.

    This will display a highlighted window in the upper right corner of the screen. If you have difficulty finding the target or source of a quest, there is a Show Location button in all the various elements of the quests interface Quest Screen, Pinned quest interface, Quest notification.

    Battles are launched when an army tries to enter a hex tile occupied by an enemy army. Battles can also be launched on cities and their garrisons or villages and the units inside see Siege, page Certain diplomatic conditions prevent you from attacking armies of another empire.

    Check the Diplomacy section to learn more. In any case, attacking armies of roaming Minor Factions is always possible.

    An important element of the battles in Endless Legend is that they take place directly on the Adventure Map, not on an abstract battlefield.

    When you decide to attack an enemy army, you should choose the location of the battle carefully to take advantage of terrain opportunities: Higher elevation may grant you a bonus, cliffs can prevent enemy units from reaching you, and forest can improve your defence.

    When you begin a battle with an enemy army, a notification appears to explain the order of battle:. Determine the order of arrival of your Reinforcements by selecting them, then using the arrow to move them.

    The army on top will be the first to appear in combat. You can control the battle manually or resolve it automatically. Spectator mode is a manual battle where all of the decisions deployment and targeting are made by the AI.

    If you are not initiating the battle, you have the possibility to retreat. The battle now changes to the Deployment Phase.

    The 3D view is simplified to show you the boundaries of the battle field. During this phase, you can place your units in position to maximise their effect.

    The game provides you with a default deployment, usually placing melee units in the front and ranged units behind them.

    You can also left-click a unit and right-click the Battle Map to give it another destination on the valid battle hexes those coloured with your faction colour.

    During your Deployment phase the enemy is also deploying, but you can only see the final positions when the phase is completed.

    Units are sorted by Initiative. The units on the left of the Initiative bar will act first, and the order of battle will progress from left to right.

    You can select any unit on the battlefield to display its statistics. If you select a friendly unit, you can also assign another order by right-clicking the target: Enemy unit attack , empty hex move , or friendly unit support.

    When you select a unit, you can also switch its global behaviour to Aggressive, Defensive, or Hold Position. If the unit targets a position, it will show the possible targets after this move and any additional movement required.

    As units act in order of initiative, the actions you requested can become irrelevant. If this is the case, your units will try to adapt to the most likely alternative using their selected behaviour.

    When the Orders phase is completed the Resolution phase starts, where units act in order of initiative. For each action of the current unit either friendly or enemy , its panel will appear along with potentially the panel of its target unit.

    The active unit is always displayed on the left, the target units on the right. Units inflict damage on their selected target.

    Note that if a unit is attacked it will automatically counter attack, using its action for that round prematurely. Units can also trigger special abilities which give them an advantage.

    For example, the Wild Walkers archers slow down their enemies, and the Broken Lord Infantry recovers health when they destroy their target. At the beginning of each Resolution phase, reinforcement units can enter the fray from the reinforcement flag.

    Depending on the game settings, the battle can span several rounds of Targeting and Resolution. Once all these rounds have completed, the battle ends.

    Once all these phases have completed, the battle ends. When the battle ends, a new notification panel is presented that explains the outcome of the battle.

    The battle can result in a victory, defeat, or even a draw if both armies still have forces at the end of the engagement. In that case, the battle can resume on the next turn.

    XP is earned from units you have defeated, and then redistributed to all your surviving units and the hero.

    They can be improved by various research technologies. Militia will then regenerate like any other unit based on the City regeneration bonuses. When a hostile force is on a tile next to a city tile, the army action "Siege" appears.

    This allows the army to set the city under Siege. A city under Siege will be surrounded by palisades on the Adventure Map see image.

    Heroes in both the besieging army and the besieged city gain more experience The Siege ends when the enemy army has been destroyed or when the city is conquered.

    The Empire screen is the global dashboard that lets you consult your empire status and make critical empire-wide decisions. The Empire Summary offers a recap of your faction traits as well as your empire variables: Dust treasury , Influence points, and Approval.

    When you mouse over the Treasury you can see a readout of all your Upkeep sources, which will help you to manage your expenses.

    The Assimilated Factions panel lists the Minor Factions which your empire has assimilated. As you progress in the game, you can unlock additional Minor Faction slots and assimilate new peoples.

    Simply click on a slot to access the assimilation panel. Stockpiles are accumulated quantities of Food, Industry or Science, which can be as a one-time boost to a specific city or to your entire empire in the case of Science.

    The Empire Plan is triggered at regular intervals for all empires participating to the game. It will grant bonuses of various kinds, based on the quantity of Influence points you invest.

    Trade routes are automatic exchanges made between series of connected cities allies, friends and yours , leading to FIDS bonuses on Cities: The Empire Bonuses panel lists all the global bonuses or penalties currently affecting your empire.

    There are 6 Strategic Resources in the game, which are revealed as you unlock research Eras. Strategic Resources are used to craft powerful weapons, armours, and accessories for your units and your Heroes.

    There are 15 Luxury Resources in the game which are also unlocked as you progress through research eras.

    Luxury Resources are also accumulated in stocks and can be activated when you reach a certain threshold usually When you activate the Resource Booster by clicking on its symbol, you lose the activation quantity usually 20 units of the Luxury Resource and grant a bonus to your empire for a limited time.

    Stockpiles are one-shot consumables that you can build in your cities to transfer industry and labour. Basically, instead of producing improvements or units, your city builds Stockpiles which are accumulated at the empire level, allowing you to transfer the industrial advantage of this city to other cities or your empire.

    In the Stockpiles panel of the Empire Screen, select a stockpile and click on it to activate it. Food Stockpiles grant additional growth to the target city.

    Industry stockpiles do the same for Industry. Science stockpiles make your empire research progress more rapidly. The Empire Plan is the interface which allows you to set major strategic medium-term directions for your empire.

    The plan is divided into four categories that correspond to the four categories of research disks Military, Science and Industry, Empire and Expansion, and Economy and Population.

    Each category has a number of ranks of increasing effect or power. By sliding the apexes of each category you set the investment level in terms of Influence points.

    Obviously, the total of Influence points spent in all categories cannot exceed your current stock of Influence points.

    As you unlock new research Eras, additional Empire Plan ranks become available, allowing you to design more powerful plans that are of course more expensive in Influence points.

    You can choose to balance your investment between the four categories or raise a chosen category to the maximum in order to drive your empire in one direction.

    The Empire Bonuses panel lists all the effects that currently impact your empire, for good or for bad:. To obtain Trade Routes, you must have friendly cities connected through either roads land or maritime routes.

    Roads are used to link two adjacent cities, allowing faster movement for armies and enabling Trade Route bonuses between them. In ancient times, Auriga suffered from dreadful cataclysms which almost destroyed it.

    The world recovered but is now showing signs of aftershocks, hinting at another oncoming cataclysm. The aftershocks appear in the game in the form of seasonal changes.

    You start the game during a peaceful summer, and the End Turn wheel shows an estimate of the number of turns before the season changes to winter.

    When winter arrives, you are notified of its effect in a special notification panel and by the obvious changes in the environment.

    The effects are varied and can apply to movement, city output, or even Minor Faction aggressiveness.

    Some factions are used to or even adapted to winter, and will gain a distinct advantage over other factions.

    The Armies List details all existing armies in your empire, excluding garrisoned units. Each line holds a number of statistics: Leading Hero if any , Unit capacity, health, movement, region location, and military Upkeep cost.

    You can double-click an army line to open the Adventure Map which will be centred on that army. Each army has an upkeep cost consisting of a base cost and an additional cost for each unit.

    As the base cost is rather high, you are encouraged to regroup your units in bigger armies in order to avoid unacceptably high maintenance costs.

    If an army or unit becomes useless you can disband it, which will make it appear in the Marketplace. Be aware that other empires could buy those same units and have them fight back against you!

    As you develop new unit designs, older versions of this design become obsolete. You can only retrofit in a region you own.

    The Unit Designs panel lists all existing templates for units you can construct in your city. Please note that existing units based on a deleted design can no longer be retrofitted.

    When the game starts you have basic unit designs for the units you have unlocked. As the game evolves, you can unlock new unit types and are offered the possibility to customise them.

    A Unit Mode l is the basic shape of a unit: A Unit Design represents an equipped Unit Model with weapons, armour, and accessories.

    This equipment changes the stats and capacities usually positively of the Unit Model. Units are the constructed version of a Unit Design that store the latest values of the statistics: Current health, move points, and also the level and experience value for the Unit.

    The Military screen shows the list of existing Unit Designs. Different Unit Designs could use the same Unit Model.

    For instance, you could have a design for the Wild Walkers Unit Model equipped with a bow named Archer , and another one equipped with a crossbow named CrossBowMan.

    They will both appear as construction options in your cities. If you chose to create a new design, you will first be requested to select a base Unit Model.

    The Unit information displays general information on the unit. If you selected the creation of a new unit design, you will have to enter a valid name for it one which does not already exist.

    You see a reminder of your critical resources, as most advanced equipment requires Dust or Strategic Resources.

    The Armoury displays the unlocked equipment that your empire can craft. You have an unlimited supply of this equipment, provided you have the Resources required and the industrial capacity to build units based on it a.

    You can filter equipment by type weapon, armour, accessory or see all types. Equipment comes in the form of tiers. Once a higher tier version is discovered, outdated equipment is hidden.

    The equipment of your character is represented in the form of slots of different types. Weapon slots can only receive weapons, etc. To equip an item, simply drag the item from the Armoury to the desired slot.

    You can also double click in the Armoury to quick equip an item. Double clicking an equipped slot in the equipment panel will remove it; in some cases it will be replaced by default equipment so that your unit does not fight only with bare hands or harsh language….

    Your unit model and class will determine which weapons can be equipped on it. For instance, ranged unit models can only be outfitted with bows and crossbows.

    Life determines the amount of damage this unit can sustain Health Points. Most units regain health over time. Speed determines the number of hexes this unit can move in one game turn.

    Will your trail be one of roses, or of blood? Welcome to Endless Legend Wiki. Endless Legend emphasizes micromanagement, allowing players to rule over a smaller number of civilizations than some world-building games, while including more important strategic decisions.

    Players will be able to prepare for coming Seasons , though use of an Empire Plan , though once they make a decision about how to proceed, that route is locked in for the next few turns.

    The game takes planning and cunning, but it's also meant to be accessible, with decisions which feel natural to make.

    Endless Legend also includes quests, competitive and cooperative and a future live battle system, with a large scope of game development currently in progress, set to release before the end of the year.

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    How to actually activate boosts? The game is set in the Endless Space universe and will serve as a sequel to Dungeon of the Endless and prequel to Endless Space.

    Endless Legend was announced on August 12, at Gamescom simultaneously with Dungeon of the Endless. It was released April 24th for early access on Steam and is currently in Beta.

    Set many years after Dungeon of the Endless , the descendants of the prisoners who crashed on Auriga eventually emerge on the planet's surface and begin to populate it, having long forgotten how their ancestors first arrived.

    The new inhabitants of Auriga soon discover that the seasons are extremely long and harsh, and realize that Auriga is a dying world.

    The player leads one of Auriga's eight competing factions as they build an empire over the next millennium and strive to save their people before Auriga becomes uninhabitable.

    Endless Legend features eight playable factions vying for control of Auriga. If you zoom out far enough, the 3D Adventure Map transforms to a 2D cartographic representation which makes key points of interest more visible.

    Feel free to zoom from one perspective to another in order to get the level of information you require. When you start the game, you do not know much of the world beyond what your first army can see.

    Areas which you have not explored are covered by a grey, cloud-like overlay. As you move armies around the Adventure Map, the cloud disappears and reveals the terrain beneath.

    You cannot see what is going in the Fog of War, such as enemy armies moving. Your vision is determined by your armies, cities, and Watchtowers.

    Note that the Wild Walkers have the special ability to detect enemy forces in the fog of war when they move in nearby regions. You explore and interact with the Adventure Map through armies, which are groups of units.

    A single unit is an army of one military unit. Select an army by clicking on its leading unit or icon. Move the army by right-clicking on a different tile which will be its destination.

    Your army has a number of movement points corresponding to the number of tiles it can move in one game turn.

    When you right-click on the map to select a destination and hold down the button, you will see the path your army will follow if you release the mouse button left-click to abort the move.

    Some terrain tiles cost more or less than one movement point Forests cost 2 points and City tiles cost 0. The Army Actions panel shows available actions for the army.

    Some may be greyed out depending on the situation. The Unit List panel displays the Units attached to this Army in addition to the hero.

    You can read some statistics on the Army such as current health, movement capacity, and vision range for the fog of war.

    At the bottom of the Unit List panel are controls that allow you to select units, retrofit them to a more recent unit design see Military Screen , and disband them if they cost your empire too much Upkeep.

    Using this panel you also can also split the units to create a new army. You can select individual units by left-clicking on their label hold the left Ctrl keyboard key to select more than one unit ,then right-click on the Adventure Map to move the newly created army to an adjacent tile.

    Please note that the selected units must make a valid move i. You can also merge armies together by simply moving an army onto the destination army.

    You must also make sure that the maximum unit limit is not reached, otherwise the merge will be rejected. Please note that the limitation of number of Units per Army can be increased through research.

    As soon as you have found a suitable location, you should build your first city. To do that, select an army containing a Settler unit and click on the Colonise option in the Army action panel.

    You can now see a semi-transparent representation of the city you are about to create. The game also displays digits on top of the hexagon tiles around this potential city.

    Each army has one army action point. They are used when attacking another army or City. Army action points are reinitialised at the beginning of each turn.

    These numbers represent the 5 basic outputs of a city. The higher the number, the better. As some terrain types are more likely to produce certain types of FIDSI, you should adapt your city placement to make the best of its surrounding tiles.

    Please also note that your city zone of influence will evolve over time and will allow you to exploit more of the tiles around it.

    Once you have validated your Colonisation action, the city is created and the City Management interface appears on the bottom of the screen.

    The available constructions lists all the city improvements, regional expansions, and military units which you can produce.

    You can assign a Hero to the city to improve its efficiency. If a Hero is assigned, it will appear in the Governor panel. The Garrison panel lists the units currently inside the city.

    The game world is created as a set of distinct regions. You can see the frontiers of these regions as coloured borders on the Adventure Map.

    A border with the same colour as your empire colour means than you control this region through a city built inside it. Each region can host exactly one city, never more.

    It you want to conquer a region which is already claimed by another empire, you must first capture its city. Approval represents how happy the citizens of this city are.

    The happier they are, the more bonuses your city will receive to its Industry and food. The more workers you have, the more output your city will produce.

    Workers grows regularly, especially if you produce lots of food. The workers gauge determines the pace at which the next worker unit will be generated, as well as the number of turns required.

    The Upkeep represents the maintenance cost of your city in terms of Dust the currency in Endless Legend. As you build more Improvements in your city, your Upkeep cost will increase.

    You will have to either produce more Dust or get rid of some Improvements. If your empire has no more Dust and your Upkeep is negative, the city managers will take over and do whatever is necessary to pay your debt selling armies, buildings, resources, workers, heroes and finally cities.

    In expanded mode, the panel shows how each output type Food, Industry, Dust, Science and Influence is generated per turn:. The Available Constructions panel is simple to use: Click on a building or unit option to have it placed in the Construction queue.

    As you hover with the mouse point over each option, a tooltip explains the benefits of each one as well as its construction cost.

    There are several different construction options:. Once a construction option has been selected it appears in the Construction panel, which is used to track and prioritise your production.

    Each construction has a cost in Industry points, which is paid gradually as the construction progresses. The number next to the clock icon represents the number of game turns it will take to complete this construction.

    Some constructions require a number of Strategic Resources; these are spent instantly when the construction is queued. They are refunded if the construction is cancelled.

    You can also drag and drop on a queued element to change its priority relative to other items. The closer to completion the construction is, the less Dust it will cost you.

    Some factions, such as the Broken Lords, make extensive use of Dust and can even buy out population units. To leave the City screen and return to the Adventure Map, as for most of the screens, you rightclick or hit the Esc keyboard key.

    On the top left of the screen, the control banner allows you to navigate between the different major options of your empire. The Empire screen displays the general status of your empire and allows you manage assimilated Minor Factions, Resources, and Stockpiles, select an Empire Plan, and consult the bonuses and penalties that currently apply to your empire.

    The City List screen becomes useful when you have many cities to manage. It is a very efficient shortcut to most city actions.

    The Research screen allows you to research new technologies in the form of city improvements, expansions, units, equipment and other elements that improve your empire.

    The Military screen shows your active Armies and lets you to access the Unit Design customization screen. The Diplomatic screen shows your diplomatic status with other major empires, and allows you to initiate diplomatic negotiations.

    The Marketplace screen allows you buy and sell Heroes, Units, and Resources on the global inter-empire market. Research is divided into four areas: Each discovery unlocks a specific item in the game, from a City Improvement to an empire wide bonus.

    You can hover the cursor over a research icon to get information on what it provides. The type of research is indicated by two icons underneath its image.

    To select a new research simply click on its icon provided it is in an unlocked era. The current research is displayed, as well as its progress and number of turns it will take to complete it.

    It is possible to queue multiple researches, which will then be executed in order. A number appears next to the research icon to show in which order that research will be done.

    The cost of a research is based on the amount of research and the number of discoveries you have already made. This means that as you progress in the game, each new discovery will be more expensive in terms of Science points.

    If you have reached Era VI of the research screen, an Era I discovery will be much more expensive than if you had researched it at the beginning of the game.

    Higher era discoveries are generally more powerful, but some critical Era I discoveries should not be overlooked! Please note that there is no cost modification based on the position of a discovery within its Era, and no prerequisite between researches, other than unlocking the corresponding Era.

    Therefore a discovery located near the centre of the Era disk is no easier to research than a discovery located on the outer edge of the Era disk.

    The Research screen interface displays the currently unlocked Era at the bottom left. To unlock the next Era, you must research a minimum number of discoveries of the preceding Era.

    This requirement is symbolised by the gauges surrounding the centre of the next Era disk. Once an Era is unlocked, a notification panel will warn you of the effects of this Era plus the technology which unlocked it.

    The game is based on a turn system. When the End Turn icon in the lower right is clicked a turn passes: The end of turn is the frontier between two segments of simulation within the game.

    However, a number of events appear in real time during a turn: Army movement, battles, diplomatic exchanges, etc. When you are ready to pass a turn, simply click the End Turn button at the bottom right of the screen.

    Computations are performed, usually with notifications telling you what happened during the End of Turn computation. The Season display lets you know what the current season is, and gives you an estimate of the number of turns until the next Season begins.

    When you complete a turn, you will receive notifications if a city construction was finished, research was completed, a hero gained a new level, etc.

    Important notifications will automatically pop up and open a panel. Lesser notifications will remain as icons on the right side of the screen until you open them.

    In the Options menu of the game, you can select which notifications automatically pop up and which ones stay minimised. Once a notification panel is open, you can chose to dismiss the notification remove it from the list of displayed icons or minimise it to open it again later.

    When you press the End Turn button all notifications will be flushed, except those which prevent you from ending the turn.

    Some notifications will appear when you attempt to end your turn, for example when you have not selected any research. Others will prevent you from completing your turn until you have resolved them.

    For example, a battle notification will prevent you from completing the turn until the battle is resolved. A large part of the game is dedicated to exploring the map and looking for opportunities.

    This is particularly true at the beginning of a game. As you move your army around your start point you will discover lost structures, riches, new regions and climates, untamed Minor Factions and, eventually, other major empires.

    The cataclysm which plagued Auriga has left behind it remnants of ancient civilisations. In these ruins, you will find loot, monsters, quests, or possibly nothing at all.

    A notification panel will display the result and consequences! Usually a ruin can only be searched once, although some research and special events allow you to bypass this limit.

    Each region hosts a Minor Faction which keeps a foothold in the form of villages. Minor Factions do not welcome invaders or Major Factions conquering their lands.

    As time passes, these villages are likely to spawn roaming armies which will attack your armies and cities. An assimilated Minor Faction can bring an empire-wide bonus the bonus depends on the number of pacified villages of the assimilated faction that you have in your empire.

    This bonus is capped at 5 villages as well as provide military Unit designs for your armies Each pacified village on the region will bring you a construction bonus for this particular unit.

    To pacify a Minor Faction village you have 3 choices, some of which require preliminary scientific research:. To trigger these actions, simply right-click on the village with an army, or click on the corresponding action in the Army Control panel.

    As soon as a village is pacified destroyed, bribed, or allied with , their villages in the region stop spawning armies. If you have a city in the region containing this village, the Minor Faction can be assimilated into your empire.

    Assimilating a faction costs you Influence points. You may have to wait a few turns until you have the necessary points, then open the Empire Screen to manage your assimilated faction.

    Assimilating a faction has many benefits:. There is a limit of the number of Minor Factions you can assimilate only 1 at the beginning of the game , and even though this limit is increased with research, you should still be careful about choosing the most useful Minor Faction for your empire.

    If you have difficulty locating Ruins, Strategic or Luxury Resources, or Minor Faction villages, do not forget you can zoom out to the simplified 2D view where icons representing these critical locations can be easily seen.

    Quests are special missions which are assigned to your empire. Completing quests will give you rewards, and can even help you win the game.

    Quests are acquired from different sources: Exploring ruins, interacting with Minor Factions, and also through your special faction Main Quest. Each faction is provided with a unique quest arc, which will lead it to critical lore on the game world and faction history, as well as result in bonuses which can help win the game.

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