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Title: How to make a new kingdom in a new province?
Post by: yuyex on December 02, 2007, 21:01:34 PM
I am just a beginner in this game . I have lv 3 of Depot Station, but how can I load and build the resources from my 1st kingdom to a new province?  *sos* me ^^


Title: Re: How to make a new kingdom in a new province?
Post by: Radooo on December 02, 2007, 21:03:41 PM
You have to colonize a new province. And read the manual :)


Title: Re: How to make a new kingdom in a new province?
Post by: yuyex on December 03, 2007, 04:24:54 AM
i'll try it .. thank you dude


Title: Re: How to make a new kingdom in a new province?
Post by: skyblueshu on January 14, 2008, 13:18:22 PM
I looked in the manual and I still don't understand how you can colonize new places. I am an extreme newbie and I have been finding it very difficult to understand how to play this game. Both manuals are quite frankly terrible. They explain very little. Perhaps it should be obvious, but it is not obvious to me. Do you know anywhere I can find detailed information about colonizing new places and training troops?


Title: Re: How to make a new kingdom in a new province?
Post by: isolde on January 14, 2008, 14:19:56 PM
Do you know anywhere I can find detailed information about colonizing new places and training troops?

In the manual  :D Or better on the forum, there people tend to write more understandably.

Like: to colonize a new province - train 500 spearmen or 500 archers, build research called colonization and then click on the province you wish to colonize.



Title: Re: How to make a new kingdom in a new province?
Post by: renis on January 15, 2008, 18:11:41 PM
In the manual  :D Or better on the forum, there people tend to write more understandably.

Like: to colonize a new province - train 500 spearmen or 500 archers, build research called colonization and then click on the province you wish to colonize.



Of course you mean "Centralization" not "Colonization"...  *pardon*