|Soldier related terms|
Basic concepts: Military rank • Aircraft rank • Strength • Damage • Influence • Weapon • Booster • Battlefield • Ground battle • Aircraft battle
Fighting is a process that can be done by any citizen account from the battlefield. Battle in which you can fight can be easily chosen from Homepage where every citizen has the list of battles in which his/her country is involved. Remember to check if your country has some battle orders for citizens.
Citizens can fight if:
When you fight in a battle you lose energy. So it's better to buy some food before rushing into the dangers of battle. You can get food from marketplace. You can also use first aid kits, energy bars and/or snacks (e.g. carrots, winter treats...) to increase your energy.
When you arrive at the battlefield, you will see this kind of an interface.
Fighting itself is simple: you just need to hit the fight button.
Every time the fight button is clicked:
- you will lose 10 points of energy for every hit to your opponent;
- your weapon's durability will decrease by 1 for every hit to your opponent;
- you will deal damage to your opponent.
Once your enemy has been defeated:
- your influence is added to the battle;
- you get experience points (1 / hit needed to kill the enemy);
- you get prestige points (1 / 10 energy consumed in non-epic battles);
- you will get rank points (10% of your influence).
Note: It may take more than one fight to defeat an enemy. Influence, experience points, prestige points and rank points are only added once the enemy has been DEFEATED.
You will see a pop-up that tells you the effects of your fight. You can continue fighting by clicking "Add influence"-button.
Note: You can check the box that says Don't show this again to stop the pop-ups appearing after every defeated enemy. This can be reversed by clicking the settings and filters button and ticking the "Show enemy defeated stats" checkbox.
|Energy and what influences it|
Recovering energy: Energy bar • First aid kit • Food • House • Power pack • Weekly challenge • Winter treat • Pumpkin • Carrot