How to get Speedup items efficiently

Take part in the “Battle of Constantinople”

You can get about 50 ~ 220 hours (performance-based).
Regardless of the victory or loss, you can get at least 50 hours.

  • MIN – If you lose and your personal score is less than 250, 4 boxes of speed-up chest (About 50 hours.)
  • MAX – If you win and have a personal score of 1,200 or higher, 18 boxes of speed-up chest (About 220 hours.).

*The amount in the chest is random.

Consuming Return Event – Resource Consumption

Consuming Return Event - Resource Consumption

*If you achieve the following with four kinds of resources (Food, Lumber Stone, Ore), you will get four times as much as the following.

  • 125 M consumed, 60 hours
  • 500 M consumed, 300 hours
  • 1,250 M consumed, 1,120 hours
  • 2,500 M consumed, 2,400 hours
  • 5,000 M consumed, 5,280 hours

Consuming Return Event – Gem Consumption

Consuming Return Event - Gem Consumption
  • 50,000 Gem – 100 hours each to speed up construction and training
  • 200,000 Gem – 300 hours each to speed up construction and training
  • 500,000 Gem – 900 hours each to speed up construction and training
  • 1 million Gem – construction speed up 2,000 hours, training speed up 1,500 hours
  • 2 million Gem – 4,000 hours each to speed up construction and training

Beat the Boss monster

In order to defeat a lot of higher-ranked bosses efficiently, you should join a high-ranking alliance with an active rally.

There is a speed-up item in the chest you get after defeating a boss.

  • Lv1 Zombie -> 30 minutes
  • Lv2 Redcap ->1 hour
  • Lv3 Centaur -> 1 hour 30 min
  • Lv4 Skeleton Dragon -> 2 Hours
  • Lv5 Werewolf -> 2 hour 30 minutes
  • Lv6 Manticore -> 3 hours
  • Lv7 Yasha -> 4 hours
  • Lv8 Peryton ->5 hours
  • Lv9 Minotaur -> 6 hours
  • Lv10 Griffin -> 8 hours
  • Lv11 Ifrit -> 2 hours x 6 (Training, Healing, Researching, Construction, Trap Building, Crafting)
  • Lv12 Kamaitachi -> 10 hours
  • Lv13 Fafnir -> 12hours
  • Lv14 Behemoth -> 15 hours
  • Lv15 Phoenix -> 18 hours
  • Royal Thief -> 6 hours
  • Lv1 Weak Fenrir -> 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Lv2 Common Fenrir -> 1 hour 40 minutes
  • Lv3 Furious Fenrir -> 2 hour 5 minutes

Also available at below (in chest (drop or reward))
Lava Turtle, Golem, Witch, Warload, Hydra, Viking
*Garuda, Bayad -> N/A

Related : Boss Chest & Drop Item List




Hi ricky.😃 The Consuming Return Event is almost always done, but there are several different types.
Of those, the resource consumption ones are about once a month, and the event duration is about two weeks. 😃.

How can I purchase only speed ups without spending gems or buying packages?

In the “Beat the boss monster ” section, it says ” lvl 1 zombie, 30 minutes… ” Does that mean I can get it in a chest ?
Also, am I correct in understanding that the time for city construction, research, training, etc. will be automatically reduced after defeating the monster?
I don’t feel any reduction in time after defeating a monster, so please let me know.

Sorry, I didn’t explain it well enough. 😓
I meant the chest. It doesn’t automatically shorten the time after defeating the boss.
Thank you for pointing that out. 😃 (Article has been adjusted.)

Thank you for your guidance.
I understand now.
I always find it very helpful (thanks).

does subcity requires historic generals as general or common generals are okay?

In the early stages of the game, there won’t be a lot of PvP going on, so a common general is no problem, but after the mid-game, when PvP becomes more active, it is to your advantage to have a historic general with debuff skills.
(Only the golden historic general has the debuff skill.)
For more information, please refer to this article😃.
Important Usage of Subordinate City

Nice to meet you, I’ve been playing for about 3 weeks now. Please let me know if there is an efficient way to defeat the boss monster. I’m not sure if there are any recommendations on how to use the ground and cavalry.

The basics of anti-monster are: cavalry only, tiers only in the same tier and don’t mix other tiers.

Other things to do are to increase the general’s stats (level, enhance, cultivate), equip the general with a cavalry buff + upgrade + refine, use the monarch’s gear to add a cavalry buff (Thunder Wand, Thunder Grail, Thunder Decoration), and use a general with a cavalry buff skill.

Increasing the number of troops will also help, but if these are not enough, the number of injuries will increase. There are specific examples in this article, if you’d like to take a look at them.

The use of Ground, Ranged, Siege, but you can think of these as basically for PvP (Player vs Player). They are not incapable of hunting monsters, but they require a large number of troops, even more so than cavalry.

The basic specs are that Ground is strong against Ranged, Ranged is strong against Cavalry, and Cavalry is strong against Ground (though sometimes not, depending on the strength of the buffs).

If you’ve only been playing for 3 weeks, I’m assuming that your main focus is monster hunting, so I’d recommend limiting yourself to cavalry in the meantime. (Siege (and then the Ground) have a lot of resource recovery, so it’s possible to make them for that purpose).

Thank you for your detailed and thoughtful reply. I haven’t fully digested it yet, but I’m going to work on the advice you gave me. Thank you.

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