Realms of Power is a new feature to the browser game NapWar. They already have something similar in Kingory, so maybe they got the inspiration from that game. Anyways, the Realms of Power cities will spring up on the map kinda random throughout the various Provinces on your NapWar server. There are four different types of these Realms of Power, that is town, fortress, provincial capital and royal capital. You can obtain a higher resources production and storage when you occupy one of these cities.
There are also other advantages to having one of these cities. You can improve your military rank and noble titles if you hold one of these realms of power cities. You can also levy gold, resources and tax other players in your region if you’re the lord of one of these capital cities. You need conquer a fortress and a provincial capital before you are able to conquer a royal capital. A royal capital can extend his resource production fields to level 18. Here is some more information about the realms of power cities taken from the NapWar homepage. Read the rest of this entry »
The NapWar items can be bought in the in game shop using coins. Coins you have to buy for real money from the billing page, unless you happen to win them in a promotion or something. 50 coins in NapWar cost $5 right now. When you buy coins anyone who recommended the game to you through a link will also benefit from it.
The most usefull thing to buy is probably the horseshoe, you get much better value bying these and getting lucky than to buy other items directly. With the new feature you can even get troops using these horseshoe coins, as well as lots of other cool items of course. Read the rest of this entry »
Heroes are pretty important in NapWar and this post is a short guide to them. In Napoleonic War heros are used as military leaders in your cities as to attack and scout on other players and NPCs. The Heros of NapWar have several different attributes that affect different aspects of the game. Below you will find a list of hero attributes and what they do. Read the rest of this entry »
There are ten different types of NPC villages in NapWar, level 1 to level 10. Each of them have a different number of defense troops as well as fortifications. The list posted below is the average number of fortifications and walls the different level of NPC villages can have. Usually the number of defense they will have will be pretty close to the numbers listed here, but not always, now and then they will be much stronger and you will loose the battle, that’s just a part of the game though. Anyways, here is the list.
As you probably know, scout reports in NapWar are usually not accurate, you will just get an estimate like host, gang, crew, etc. Here is a list of the number of troops each of these terms refer too. The unit types you find in NPC villages and wilds also have different unit names than the player units, and below there is a list of what these means too.
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Tomorrow on November the 23. the NapWar team says they will make the new battlefield feature available to their players. The battlefield feature is a new way that the battles in the game are played out. It makes battles much more strategic, for one you can choose which enemy units each of your own units will attack. From what I’ve heard there will be lots of other cool features too, I’m really looking forward to testing it out. Below is what the NapWar team is saying about this update.
The new browser game NapWar seems to be growing really fast these days. They started up just a month ago and they already have added two more servers in addition to the first one. It’s great that they are adding new servers often so that new players can start on a server where everyone is at about the same level. I’d recommend starting on the newest server whenever you want to start a new account.
Each of the servers has about 40,000 players, so it looks like the total number of players is about 100,000 now, assuming not too many players play on several servers. This is pretty good for a game that has only been out one month! I expect the game to be growing even more in future month and new interesting features to be added frequently. During Halloween they had a pretty cool event also, here is what they say about it at their website.
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Once players around you run out of beginner protection you want to start raiding them, the weaker players that is. Inactive players without any army is what we hope to find, use scouts to check for this. I think everyone should upgrade their barracks to level two before they start raiding so that they get access to scouts. Intel is pretty important and saves you both a lot of time and helps you not getting too many troops killed. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a list of all the different quest categories you have in NapWar. In each category there are several quests you can do, questing is really a large part of the game.
Serve the people.
The city construction will not go without people’s support. Make more profit for your people. When your country become prosperous it will also be stronger. High tax rate and negligence of administration will decrease the Loyalty of people and even arouse a riot.
Levy on the people.
The development of city requires a lot of resources. At the beginning, you could levy some resources such as Food, Wood, Stone and Iron from your people.
Managing a City is a hard task like assigning Labour force and adjusting tax rate, so to adjust your Production Efficiency and Tax Rate efficiently will balance the city development. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a quick beginners guide to browser game Fog of War, Napoleonic War, for short just NapWar. Signing up is pretty easy, you just choose your username and password and type in your email. You have to choose gender, but that only effects what your avatar will look like, there are several to choose from. You also get the option of choosing which part of the game map you want your first city in, doesn’t matter really, all the areas are pretty much the same. Read the rest of this entry »