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How to Rule Them All in Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North

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  • How to Rule Them All in Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North

    Here are some tips and tricks for Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North help to make sense of it all and get ahead. These Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North Tips can be updated daily so check back. Things can be a little tough for new players especially when all stats are recorded and shown publicly.

    To the untrained eye, Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North can appear rather overwhelming. Heck, even seasoned players can feel a little swamped from time-to-time.

    There's just so much to do. Basically, you have to defend your up-and-coming realm from enemy attacks, expand your humble town, and save the day.

    This involves building homes, barracks, alchemy labs, and a range of other helpful buildings; researching better and faster ways to mine important resources; and partaking in quests.

    There's not a moment to lose, so let's get cracking.

    The Basics

    Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North features two different kinds of currency: Gold, which you can earn throughout play by completing quests and other tasks, and Gems, which are a lot harder to come by.

    The latter currency is considered the game's 'premium' currency and can be used to speed up the construction of your buildings, to buy special items, and to purchase tokens to play Merlin's special "Chance" game.

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    Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North: Top 10 Essential Tips for Beginners (pt. 1)

    Building an fruitful empire in reality is a taxing piece of work. It’s also just as difficult to build up a healthy empire in the realm of video games. Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North gives this enviable task to mobile gamers as they try to apply their winning strategies.

    We’re going to delve into the tips/tricks/cheats that will ensure your kingdom will thrive and stay strong offensively. By the end of this guide, you’ll have an empire that’s well protected by a health army and a kingdom full of beneficial barracks.

    1. Take Advantage of Your First Seven Days in Your Kingdom

    onClan detailed the tasks you must do upon entering the game’s first week:

    The first seven days are the most important aspect of the game. This is where you can do tons of research, build up your farms, quarries, mines and sawmills, and build up your population, all without the fear of being attacked, because you start the game with seven days of damage protection. If you start a new city on a new world, you get the same benefits. Upgrade all of your resource buildings as much as possible, and fill as many empty spaces in your city as possible with resource buildings. Complete quests, too, to earn tons of resources in rapid succession.

    2. Take on Recommended Quests To Gather Up Building Materials

    In order to gather the best materials needed for you to build up your future stock of barracks and other buildings, you’ll need to complete the game’s recommended “quests. The gold and resources you end up getting from the completion of these quests are what’s needed to start up a strong operation for your empire.

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      Good info man I'll sticky this for you.