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Aaand it is time again to engage in some speculation about the future. This is much sooner than anticipated (only about 4 months since the time of the last preview). So let’s try to imagine how the next chapters are going to looks like. In particular, the rumors are starting to appear about Chapter 18 – despite the fact that most people (who even decided to play that chapter!) are not even close to finishing Chapter 17. Regardless, let’s take a look at what is speculated so far – of course, anything you find here is subject to change. Or it might be entirely made up. You have been warned 😉 So without further ado, let’s preview research tree in Elvenar Chapter 18.

POTENTIAL SPOILER ALERT! Now, if the intro above didn’t get the message across 😉 The following post is potentially a one giant spoiler for the upcoming chapter. So if you don’t want to spoil this until it hits actual beta or live servers, you should stop reading just about now. Or if you just don’t like engage in rumors and speculation, you should press that Back button now. You have been warned!

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Research Overview

So here is how research tree for Elvenar Chapter 18 looks like currently (you probably want to open the image in the new tab and zoom in for a preview):

And here is corresponding research for chapter 17 for reference (taken from the last preview, so a few things may have changed since then):

OK, so what do we have here? Here are some of the things that pop up.

Ascended Goods – a new goods tier!

Yep, it is happening. Regular T1/T2/T3 goods and sentient S1/S2/S3 (or T4/T5/T6) ones are getting other peers. Code-named ascended goods (so A1/A2/A3, or T7/T8/T9) are making an appearance. You may not see it first, but there is an Ascended Goods Production Boost tech in the research tree, and we’ve only seen a few techs like that before – one for each tier of regular and sentient goods. And for Chapter 18, we’re getting only boost for ascended tier 1, e.g. A1/T7.

Now, this is not exactly unexpected. We’ve seen indications that a new tier is coming, and here it is. It’s not without its mysteries, so far at least. In particular, it is not clear how we will have to produce these. Natural expectation would be that it would be another production in the manufactories, but so far we can’t say for sure.

There are several reasons why this might not be the case. One is that we have had 4 production slots in manufactories since, well, forever. The later levels produce 2+2 regular and sentient goods, so in order to be consistent with that setup manufactories will need to have 6 productions (or dropping some production times). This is not impossible – e.g. workshops have 6 – but so far there are no indications that manufactory productions are changing. Or course this might mean that it will simply be done at some later stage, this would make sense.

Another thing is that unlike all previous chapters, this chapter has all the manufactories upgraded by a single level. So all tiers will get L32 upgrades – not just tier 1. So if manufactory upgrades are consistent (e.g. manufactories would be able to produce ascended goods starting from L32), this would mean that you will be able to produce all tiers of ascended goods, not just tier 1 (and that’s the only one we will need in this chapter). This is not a problem per se, but would be somewhat unusual.

Still, decaying ascended goods produced with unurium vs seeds for sentient ones would be the most reasonable thing to expect. Though as always, it is possible that there will be some shenanigans with upgraded Trader (see below).

Trader Upgrade

We’re getting another tier of goods, so another Advanced Trader upgrade (up to L7) is not a shocker. We do not know what it will do exactly, but most likely scenario is that it will simply allow trading of A1/T7 ascended goods. But there is also a possibility that the trader will be directly involved in the ascended goods production.

And unurium vs seeds conundrum is here to stay. You will need both for this chapter. You may only need ascended goods and unurium for the chapter itself (that’s for sure), but these also may get added to catering goods in the Spire and/or tournament, though most likely none of this will be happening in this chapter (unurium might get actually added already in this chapter).

Scouting and Expansions

There is no Advanced Scouts tech in chapter 18 again (the last time we’ve had one was in Chapter 15). So no reduced scouting costs and times. Well, with the new tournament setup, scouting in the end game has become largely irrelevant. Almost no one is hitting max provinces in the tournaments anymore, so scouting beyond 525/550 provinces would make little difference.

We’re getting 2 more research expansions – the same as in chapter 17. Both are optional and none require any exotic goods, so you can do these at your leisure. One you get to them, that is.

Manufactories Upgrades

As anticipated, we’re getting upgrades to tier 1 manufactories in this chapter, that is a part of the regular cycle. What is not expected (unless you’ve seen our upgrade preview for Chapters 17-20 😉 ) is that instead of usual 4 levels we’re only getting a single one (L32) in Elvenar Chapter 18 research tree. This makes sense, as there were probably very few people who would ever perma-use intermediate levels. E.g. once you decide to go up from L27, you would likely go all the way to L31 ASAP, and not stop at L29 or L30 (L28 makes sense sometimes). So they effectively compressed 4 levels into a single one.

Another unusual thing is that instead of a single tier upgrades, we’re getting a single level upgrade to all manufactories. Yep, all 9 of them. That’s a lot of research 😉

Other Civilian Upgrades

We’re now used to residences, workshops and Main Hall upgrades to be split into 2 techs each. This is still the case, each of these buildings is getting L40 and L41 levels – separately. There are also 2 tech out there that give chapter-specific culture buildings.

You can also see that finale of the chapter is similar to Chapters 16-17. So instead of the usual final AW tech there are again two AW research items for each of the two new AWs. It is not clear yet what these AWs are going to do.

Military Upgrades

There are again 4 possible Squad Size upgrades in this chapter – the same as in chapters 15-17. Two are optional and two are mandatory. And again, with the new tournament setup, this is largely irrelevant. You can take the optional ones if you want, or leave these be. It doesn’t make significant difference at that stage.

As far as military producers are concerned, we’re finishing a switch to a new normal. In Chapter 17, for the first time we’ve got upgrades to all 3 military producers and armories – and we’ve got 2 levels for each. Well, in Chapter 18 we’re also getting upgrades to all the military producers and armories, but we’re getting just a single level for each. Just like with manufactories, we can expect this to be the setup for the future chapters.

Unit Upgrades

But wait, there is more! 😉 As you may or may not have heard, 4* military unit upgrades are coming. Unfortunately for us, these are mostly coming to the enemy units – presumably once you go high enough in the provinces. I’d expect starting from province #16 if the current pattern holds. Well, Chapter 18 will allow us to get some 4* units of our own. This would be Barracks light range unit (Elite Archer II for Elves), Training Grounds heavy range unit (Senior Orc Strategist II) and light melee from the Mercenary Camp (Venom Drone Rider II).

That’s not amazing. Drone Riders are one of the least used units, and in the new tournaments even more so. Barracks light range might be somewhat useful, but at the same upgrade levels specialist units from TG or MC are usually a better bet. Which leaves us with SOS. OK, SOS are great, but fairly narrow specialists. These are also expensive to produce – need orcs for regular production. So I tend to use SOS in a very limited fashion, and 4* upgrade is unlikely to change that. So yeah… Literally any other MC unit upgraded to 4* would be quite useful. But of course, we’re getting Drone Rider upgrades first….

Mercenary Camp upgrade also comes as literally the last research in the chapter. Of course it does 😉

Resource Requirements

Now, lets preview resource requirements for the Elvenar Chapter 18 research tree. There is no one single set of requirements as a lot depends on how much Portal Profits you’re going to deploy, what configuration of settlement buildings you’re going to use, what are your production boosts etc. There are also different ways to produce the same settlement resource (different inputs etc). So treat the following table with a big grain of salt. Some numbers might be even wrong (especially highlighted ones) 😉 But, at least for chapters 15-17 these were reasonably accurate for my setup. So, here it goes:

These numbers include necessary intermediate production required for research, as well as settlement construction / upgrades. This does not include regular building upgrades that you unlock in a particular chapter. These also do not include optional Squad Size upgrades in chapters 15-16 (because you were not supposed to be touching those back then ;)), but it does include all SSUs for chapters 17-18. T1-T3 requirements for chapter 15 are empty not because there are none, but because I never bothered to calculate these. Those were never an issue even with fairly lean manufacturing. I also ignored decay.

Minimum Provinces

So, what do we have here? They bumped minimum number of provinces to unlock Chapter 18 from 480 to 520. That’s pretty much expected, so just make sure you have enough provinces to proceed.


Now let’s look at total KP requirements. And from that perspective, Chapter 18 looks almost the same as Chapter 17. It is still higher, but not materially so. At ~5K, it is still way less than shocking Chapter 16 (at almost 7K), but significantly higher than 3.5K of Chapter 15. Still, KPs turned out not to be a binding constraint for Chapter 17 – it was guest race production. It seems that this would still be the case for Chapter 18 as well.

Just for comparison, most of the chapters from 14 backwards were about 2,000 KPs.

Portal Profits

Let’s take a look what can we do with Portal Profits here. In chapter 15, you could have used up to 1500-1800% worth of Portal Profits at L4 portal. In chapter 16, you could only drop up to 1000% worth of PPs – potentially less than that if you have Vortex of Storage AW. Chapter 17 may have very big range of values for deployed PPs, but my original estimate that you can use about 3000% worth of PPs checked out.

Now, for Chapter 18, PPs are not super useful again. Check out guest race production post for Chapter 18 (coming soon), but it seems that you can use ~1400% worth of PP at Portal L4. And you can’t use any of the capped goods directly in research. In fact, capped goods are basically at the beginning of the production chain for this chapter. And the way production is setup, it probably makes a lot of sense to skip producing capped goods as this way you would be able to skip placing some buildings completely.

And this amount of PP should be perfectly sustainable for this stage of the game.


OK, mana numbers make no sense to me as it is, which is about 55-60mm (!). That’s not including any regular upgrades (manufactories etc). There has to be some kind of mistake either on my part (but I double and triple checked my estimates), or in the current implementation. Because it is more than tripling requirements vs Chapter 17, and in Chapter 17 even with pretty high mana production it turned out to be close to being fully utilized. Triple that would point to 6-12 months worth of mana production just for the chapter. It makes no sense.

So anyone who knows what they’re doing go ahead, re-check the mana numbers and let me know if you come up with a significantly lower estimate. I’ll probably put up ballpark estimation into the post on guest race production. But having said that, I won’t be entirely surprised if that number turns out to be accurate.


Moving on to seeds. Seeds requirements were pretty consistent over the last 4 chapters at 4mm or so. Extra complication is that you have to share trader production between seeds and unurium, but you’ve seen this before in Chapter 17. Basically, if you managed previous chapters, you’re probably going to be fine on seeds in Chapter 18 as well.

This time around seeds are not just for sentient production – you’ll also need some raw for research. But still, seeds requirements are reasonable for the end game.

Just make sure you can effectively share the trader between seeds and unurium.


Orcs requirements are higher than in Chapter 17, but are still reasonable. 0.5mm is doable at this stage, and it is still 2-5 times lower than Orcs requirements in Chapter 16.

As usual though, keep in mind that upgrading buildings and AWs will still need some non-trivial amounts of orcs. I did not account for these in this summary. But you don’t strictly need these for completing the chapter.

Regular Goods

Regular goods requirements are roughly double vs Chapter 17, but are still lower than for Chapter 16. We’re talking about 3-6mm of each tier now. Usually, regular goods in those amounts are not an issue, especially for people who hoarded stuff along the way. As regular goods do not decay, it is not difficult to make a stash when or if you need it.

One caveat though is that these numbers might be understated, at least for T1. As we don’t know how T7 goods are going to be produced, the inputs into that process are not accounted for. In all likelihood, it will still need either T1 and/or S1 as an input, and that means that total T1 requirements would be higher than listed in the summary table above. Watch this space, as soon as there is more information out there we’ll update the summary.

Sentient Goods

Sentient goods requirements were pretty consistent since Chapter 16, at about 3mm per tier. This is still roughly the case in Chapter 18, so if you’ve done alright on sentients in previous chapters you’re likely going to be OK. Just keep your seed production sufficient.

The caveat for regular goods also applies here. It is possible that ascended goods production will require sentient goods as an input. If that turns out to be the case, we may need to have higher production capabilities for the sentients. Watch this space, as soon as there is more information out there we’ll update the summary.

Ascended Goods

As I mentioned already, we’re getting a new good type – ascended goods, tier 1 to be exact. You will need about 2mm of that combined in order to complete that chapter. But because right now it is hard to tell how exactly these are supposed to be produced, it is hard to tell if it would be a problem or not. Well, if 55mm+ of mana turns out to be true, then nothing else likely will matter much 😉

It is also entirely possible that ascended goods production won’t be a problem per se, but getting enough inputs (e.g. unurium) will be a binding constraint. We’ve seen something like that in early sentient chapters. This is especially true considering that so far there is exactly 1 way of producing unurium, and there are no effective ways to rush this production.


And last – but not least – unurium. So by now we know what it is, and how it is produced. Current listed requirements are just about 1mm for the whole chapter, which is just a half of what we’ve seen in Chapter 17. But again, this number is likely understated, potentially by quite a bit, depending on how ascended goods will be produced.

Still, even at 2mm in Chapter 17 unurium was not the biggest problem. Large cities, especially ones going negative pop, had no issues overproducing unurium (at the expense of seeds though). Smaller cities, especially the ones relying heavily on event buildings, may have struggled somewhat with unurium. This pattern is likely to continue into Chapter 18, unless we get some amazing buildings that juice up unurium production (something like Festival Merchants).

I know that for Chapter 17 it was possible to run Trader 100% on unurium, and get all necessary seeds from other buildings. That’s with relatively low base unurium production (~50K a day with maximum collection bonuses). It was mostly enough for that chapter, even though it was blocking in a few cases early own (later on guest race production was blocking way before running out of unurium).

In Chapter 18 a big chunk of this 1mm is right at the beginning of the chapter, so unurium might be an issue. And the reason why raw unurium is not required in the later research might be due to need for ascended goods at that time where unurium will be an input. Probably.

So again, it is hard to say at that point whether unurium will be a problem or not. So far everything points out in a direction that there will be other constraints (e.g. mana, guest race productions) so unurium won’t be a primary issue. Also a lot will depend on if we’re going to get any additional production capabilities.

We will see how it plays out…

So this is it for now. Let me know what you think about this preview of Elvenar Chapter 18 research tree in the comments below. Certainly let me know if there are other things that you know about the chapter. I will make another post about guest race production cycle. You can also check out previous post on new buildings / upgrades that are coming up (all the way up to Chapter 20).

Stay tuned! 😉

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Chapter 18 – whaaat, again?! Yep, let’s continue previewing Elvenar Chapter 18 chapter. You may want to start with out Research Preview, but today we will be talking about guest race production setup. So let’s take a look at what is speculated so far – of course, anything you find here is subject to change. Or it might be entirely made up. You have been warned 😉 So without further ado, let’s preview settlement production in Elvenar Chapter 18.

POTENTIAL SPOILER ALERT! Now, if the intro above didn’t get the message across 😉 The following post is potentially a one giant spoiler for the upcoming chapter. So if you don’t want to spoil this until it hits actual beta or live servers, you should stop reading just about now. Or if you just don’t like engage in rumors and speculation, you should press that Back button now. You have been warned!

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Production Cycle

Overall Setup

So here is how guest race production setup looks like:

This looks more complicated than production cycle for Chapter 17. Well, that’s primarily because we have a lot of guest race goods here – 14, to be exact. However, there are no circular dependencies like the last time around, so it should be easier to unpack 😉 So let’s do just that down below!

OK, so far we don’t know the names of production buildings, so we’ll be using the code names for now. So buildings are gray shapes in the diagram. Elvenar, Humans and Elves are capped portal resources (orange in the diagram), while Medals (yellow), Elements (pink) and Badges (red) items are uncapped guest race resources. Badges (in red) are the only guest race resources that are used in the tech tree, so this is the ultimate production item. Blue items are production functions of particular buildings. And finally, green items are basic resources that are used as inputs into this whole production engine. As you can see, we will only need mana and ascended T7/A1 goods for that.

So keep in mind that you will get only Elvenar, Humans and Elves when dropping Portal Profits! And in this case, these are pretty much inputs into the production. You will need badges for research and you will have to produce these and therefore also intermediate goods. PPs are not going to help with that.

Production buildings

So this time around we have 3 groups of guest race production buildings. GR Pop buildings will produce Elvenar, Humans and Elves (capped resources). Then there are 4 different GR Elemental buildings (Water, Fire, Wind and Earth) that produce intermediate resources like 6 different medals and corresponding elements. And finally, portal converts different medals into badges, and badges is the ultimate resource that you will use to unlock research in Chapter 18.

Oh, and we get settlement-specific streets again in this chapter. We haven’t seen those for quite a while, as most of the recent settlements worked on set mechanics, e.g. had to be directly touching. Here you need to link settlement buildings with portal using settlement streets (same as back in e.g. Dwarves).

[C18 GR Pop]

There is only one building that produces Elvenar, Humans and Elves, codename GR Pop:

There are no upgrades, so what you see is what you get.

GR Pop buildings are relatively small at 3×3 and are not extremely expensive (but not super-cheap either). However, as discussed below, I see no reason in putting any of these up at all, so costs are kinda irrelevant.


So here is how base production looks like without any boosts:

GR Pop buildings feature continuous production without any inputs on 24h cycles, with early pickup available at 3h mark. You will have to toggle which good you do want to produce – Elvenar, Humans or Elves. So the whole setup is very similar to how Advanced Trader produces seeds and unurium.

Now, I expect this to be one of the most useless buildings in the game. It is completely replaceable with Portal Profits. The only reason to build any of these is if you for whatever reason want to save on PPs. And at most, you’ll need ~1,400% worth of PPs for the whole chapter. Let’s even round it up to 2,000% given that you don’t get L4 portal right away. I can imagine most players in Chapter 18 should be able to comfortably spend that amount. And if you can, there is absolutely no reason to build any of these except perhaps if there are any quests for that (for those who care). I certainly don’t plan on building any.

Intermediate Goods Production Facilities

As I mentioned above, there are 4 types of intermediate goods production facilities – Water, Fire, Wind and Earth. These all look very similar, so it makes sense to look at them together.

Each of these buildings have 3 levels of upgrades. These are fairly sizable at 28-30 squares each, and not exactly cheap. We can ignore Elvenar/Humans/Elves requirements as these would be simple PP drops. L2 and L3 upgrades will require elements (Water/Fire/Wind/Earth) produced in the same buildings. You will also need a good chunk of sentient goods for construction and upgrades, but none of that should be a significant problem for Chapter 18 players.

Now, we will need ascended goods – ascended planks to be exact – for both construction and all the upgrades. As we don’t know yet how these goods will be produced, it is hard to say if this will be a problem. Maybe, maybe not. Watch this space, we’ll post updates when there is more clarity on the issue.

And we’ll discuss a bit later, it seems you would want to place as many as you can, unless you want to spend very long time gathering guest race resources. At 3 of each (12 total), you’ll need 3-4 months of production in these facilities to complete the chapter.

Apart from the size, costs are fairly manageable. The big unknown is ascended planks that will be needed for all of them. And it might be a bottleneck.


So here is how L1 production looks like (with no other boosts).

As you can see, production is pretty symmetrical across different types. There are two stages here. One is elemental production – Water/Fire/Wind/Earth. These run on 8h cycles, and only require base resources as inputs. And by base we mean mana and ascended goods (T7/A1).

Second stage produces different medals on 4h cycles, and those take elemental resources from the previous stage plus Elvenar/Humans/Elves. Well, the latter do not matter much because of Portal Profits.

[C18 Portal]

Portal for Chapter 18 produces Badges, which are used for unlocking research. Here is some information on leveling up the Portal – dimensions, caps, production times and construction / upgrade costs:

This time around we only have 2 research items to unlock to get every level here (L1/L2 right away, and L3/L4 a bit later). It still might take a while to get to the max upgrade. And yeah, we get dimension changes with every single upgrade. This is annoying, but given that we have settlement streets to connect it’s not that bad. And even at L4, this portal is smaller than most in the recent history.

Construction costs are mostly fine. Sentient requirements are relatively high, but nothing that Chapter 18 city won’t be able to handle. And in this chapter, you will be primarily spending sentient goods on upgrades, so not much is needed for anything else. Capped goods requirements can be easily met with Portal Profits.

Which leaves us with a big unknown in ascended steel. You’ll need some non-trivial amounts starting from L2, so depending on how easy/difficult it is to get it, this might be a problem. Or not. We’ll see 😉


So here is how portal production looks like (no other boosts):

Chapter 18 portal production is a little different than what we’ve seen before. It is slotted queue production, and that part is not unusual. We get 5 slots, and all 5 are available from the very beginning at L1. And each slot takes 1h to complete, for the complete queue taking 5h at L1. But as we upgrade portal, we don’t increase production. Instead, each slot production time drops as the levels go up. All the way down to 24min at L4.

Sounds like a wash, right? Well, not really. You may already see a problem with that. Even at 5h queue most people will have some slippage, at least overnight. But at L4 the whole queue takes only 2 hours! That’s right, unless you refill production queue within 2 hours, portal will go idle. 2 hours, really? We though that small ships in Chapter 17 were bad, but at least those had 3 hours productions. Here, you don’t have that option.

And you will need at LOT of badges, so idling portal will definitely have an impact. With 2 hour cycles many people will have noticeable intra-day slippage, nevermind overnight.

Well, if mana estimates prove to be accurate, this may not matter as mana would be the biggest bottleneck. See below on that.


So how long all this production is going to take? As usual, there is no certain answer, even conditional on no changes. Using only PPs for capped goods, and doing almost maxed out portal and other settlement productions point out to 3-4 months worth of production time. If true, then KPs are unlikely to be a bottleneck. And you can cut down on intermediate goods production time by expanding your settlement if you have a lot of space. You can’t do that with Portal, but you can in theory rush it with time boosts – but this is unlikely to be sustainable.

Other resources – regular goods, sentient goods, seeds, orcs shouldn’t be a constraint over those timeframes. Even ascended goods are probably fine, even though it is not certain at this point.

Everything is fine – except for mana.

Mana requirements, just as I mentioned in Research Preview, look stupidly high. It is possible that requirements are going to change, or that I have made a mistake. But here is quick and dirty estimate so that you can verify it yourself. If you find an error, let me know!

Mana requirements

Alright, so here is how it goes. To complete all research in the chapter, you need 4,025 badges total. Badges are only produced in the portal, and no matter which production you choose, you will need 36 medals per single badge. So that’s about 145K worth of all types of medals, and for symmetry reasons you can expect roughly the same amount of each type.

Now medals are produced in intermediate producers, and no matter the producer and medal type, a single medal production gets you 20*1.6=32 medals and requires 8 elemental resources at L3 and max portal (10 and 4 at L1, and L3 having 2x multiplier and 1.6x coming from L4 portal). So that means that to produce 145K of medals you will need to run about 4,500 medal productions – which will require about 36K worth of elemental resources (water/fire/wind/earth). Again, for symmetry reasons we can assume roughly the same amounts of each.

Now elemental resources are also produced in intermediate producers, and no matter the producer and the element, a single elemental production gets you 20*1.6=32 elements and requires 44K worth of mana at L3 and max portal (10 and 22K at L1, and L3 having 2x multiplier and 1.6K coming from L4 portal). So that means that to produce requisite 36K worth of elemental resources you will need to run about 1,100 productions – which will require pretty much exactly 50mm worth of mana. This is just for badge production, and there are still straight up mana requirements for research, never mind for regular upgrades.

Get ready for a long haul

With those numbers and my mana production, it will take me more than half a year to produce required mana. This is even ignoring mana decay. While I might be able to increase my mana production somewhat, there is only so much that I can do, and the required time would still be ridiculous.

So if you wanted another excuse not to play this chapter… well, you know 😉 I though it would be impossible to be less enthusiastic about a chapter than I was about Chapter 17. I was wrong.

But hey, it’s possible that things will change. If we’re really lucky, it may even be for the better! 😉 Or course, it is also possible that I have made some errors in the calculations. Given that all these assumptions are sketchy to begin with that won’t be particularly surprising. Or I could be right, and we’re screwed 😉 Unfortunately, the last time I made similar statement – in Chapter 17 preview – I turned out to be exactly right. So we’ll see.

So this is it for now. Let me know what you think about this preview of Elvenar Chapter 18 guest race production in the comments below. Certainly let me know if there are other things that you know about the chapter. You can also check up the post about upgrades that are coming up.

Stay tuned! 😉

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Chapter 18 - Team Spirit

m4rt1n said:

This is a grind from the start, built the portal but cannot do anything with it until I do a load more techs, so is sat idle, most likely for at least 3 weeks to a month while I do more tech unlocks, Inno we are humans, we don't live forever....

It has been suggested to me that I "just delete it", and that is on my mind.

Click to expand...

Gotta make the most of the tournaments for KP with these long chapters. I've unlocked my Ascended goods boost and am currently churning them out and have the KP filled in for the Superior trader research, just waiting on the Unurium to unlock it which I'll have in about 12 hours.

Should have the settlement streets, squares and hubs all unlocked by Tuesday evening after the next tournament goes live.

I've not bought any KP and my KP bar was empty the night before research opened up. Not spent diamonds, not used any time boosters. Also had no Unurium (well, okay, I had the undecayable 9 units) in stock on Monday, when I switched my trader over from seeds.

It won't take 3 weeks to get your settlement going if you're getting a good amount of KP from each tournament. :)


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Chapter 18 - Team Spirit

The dispute between you and the Elvenar is escalating. The Elvenar insist on focusing on the ascension and not increase other races' dependency on you. They urge the Humans and Elves to stay out of other races' affairs because in the end it will hold back everyone. The Humans and Elves however don't want to accept this and try to be a helping hand for everyone who kindly asks. The Constructs observed the tension for quite some time and, as their "common child", feel the obligation to interfere. They ask the Humans and Elves to seek help from the Elementals - the only known race that is even older, and hopefully wiser, than the Elvenar. With their millennia of experience and friendship, the Elementals should be able to settle the dispute between ancestors and descendants.

Using Unurium, the Constructs teach Humans and Elves to construct a portal to the dimension of the Elementals. Will the Elementals be happy to help, and will Humans, Elves and Elvenar be able to put aside their differences?

The Settlement

With the help of the newly invented Ascended Goods, you will be able to build a recreational settlement, where Elementals guide Humans, Elves and Elvenar through a variety of Activities, and where you can earn Medals. By gaining enough Medals, groups of people can qualify for special Trials, which will reward you with the most precious Team Work badge. By earning more and more of these badges, the Humans, Elves and Elvenar might become a great team that vow to solve future challenges together.

Many Settlement productions require Ascended Goods, which you will be able to unlock early in the chapter, requiring Unurium, which was introduced in Chapter 17. Upgrading and building the settlement itself mostly requires Sentient Goods instead.

To be successful, you will need to have a Welcome Hub. Here, you will collect groups of Humans, Elvenar and Elves, who will then be able to participate in activities in the Element Hubs.
The Element Hubs are a classic production building with four production options, and it comes in four variants - one per element type. You can create Elementals here, which are used in other Element Hubs, but you can also use Elementals from other Hubs together with either Humans, Elves or Elvenar, to participate in different Activities and earn Medals.

You will have to think on your feet: the demand of Elven, Human and Elvenar volunteers within your settlement is constantly changing, so you will have to account for this and switch productions frequently.

Ascended Goods and the Merchant

From this chapter forward, you will have access to a new category of goods: Ascended Goods. The first quality, coming from Marble, Steel and Planks Manufactories, will be introduced in this chapter. Ascended Goods are essential for playing on this chapter's settlement, and will be important in the future as well.

Ascended Goods can only be traded by using the Merchant. The Merchant is a new kind of trader, visiting the Elvenar world. The Merchant gives you access to instant trading. As soon as you finalize a trade with him, you will receive your order immediately, while the Trader offers your goods to other players until he returns. While the Merchant is out, you cannot ask him to do more trades, and you will have to wait until he is back in your settlement.

Deals created by the Merchant will also show up in the regular Trading overview, and other players can accept them, if they want to. They will show an icon signaling it's a Merchant-created offer. Whether another player accepts the Merchant-created offer or not though, has no impact on your own trade with the Merchant.

You will have access to up to five Merchants at the same time, and you can unlock each Merchant by spending a coin or diamond fee, depending on the Merchant. Each Merchant slot will show their current status, the duration of their availability once you unlocked the slot, and the remaining time after you sent a Merchant on a trade route.

Different to other trading methods, the Merchant only accepts specific amounts in his offers. You will need a minimum amount of goods to give to the Merchant, and you will get a specific amount of goods back. The size of these offers depends on your Main Hall level.

With the Merchant, we want to both give you an interesting, new mechanic, but also make trading simpler for players in later chapters.

We hope that Chapter 18 - Team Spirit will give you great fun, and we are looking forward to hearing your feedback in our discussion thread!

Kind regards,
Your Elvenar Team


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