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Introducing the NEW Survey Wilds Feature!

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  • Introducing the NEW Survey Wilds Feature!

    NEW Survey Wilds Feature - Available on both iOS and Android!

    Make sure to pay special attention to any
    “NOTE:” and/or emboldened feature-specific words

    First, the basic objectives of the feature:

    • Conquer Wilds (or utilize existing owned Wilds)
    • Spend time Surveying them to find treasure chests
    • Open chests and collect Jewels to redeem for prizes during special events

    Now, specific details on the process (using player “KingKylar” as an example):

    1. KingKylar reaches *Level 15* and receives a pop-up message stating the Wilds Survey feature is now available
      *This feature is only available to players level 15 and higher*

    2. KingKylar attacks and conquers a Wild (or already owns one)
      NOTE: only Hills, Mountains, Grasslands, and Woods can be Surveyed

    3. After Reinforcing the owned Wild, KingKylar taps the Shovel icon (see below), next to the Wild he wants to Survey
      NOTE: You need one Knight and Troops encamped in the Wild in order to Survey it

    4. He must wait for Surveying to complete or speed it up!

    5. When the Survey completes, “Collect” appears to the right of the Wild in the March tab

    6. KingKylar taps Collect and sees the following dialog:

    7. On the “You’ve collected...” screen (above), KingKylar can see the type of treasure chest* he received for Surveying

      *The level of the Chest is determined by the level of the Wild Surveyed.

      Each type of Wild has a unique Chest name and Jewel type:

      Wild Chest Jewel
      Woods Woodlands' Bounty Emerald
      Hills Wealth of the Hills Sapphire
      Grasslands Grasslands' Plenty Ruby
      Mountains Treasure of the Mountains Diamond
    8. Now KingKylar has a treasure chest that may or may not contain Jewels

      To ensure he gets at least one Jewel, KingKylar can use a Gemcutter’s Assay* item when he opens the Chest. Otherwise, he can tap “Collect”** to open the Chest and see what’s inside (see graphic below)

      *The definition of ”Assay” is:
      “analysis (as of an ore or metal) to determine the presence, absence, or quantity of one or more components; also: a test used in this analysis”

      **For further clarity, “Collect” will be adjusted to read “Open” in the next release

    9. In the example above, KingKylar received 1 Ruby. He can now view his Treasure inventory in the Treasure tab of the Storehouse:

    10. He will now be able to redeem these Jewels for items in the Round Tower during Special Events.

    11. After a Wild is Surveyed it has to "Recover” before it can be Surveyed again. This process can also be sped-up with Hourglasses or Gems:

    More information:
    • The “Daily Survey” limit is determined by the number of Cities a player has (+5 daily Surveys per City). If you cancel a Survey, it still counts toward your daily Survey limit.
    • Players can also Scout on Wilds they do not own to see the current Survey status of that Wild.
    • If a Wild gets stolen from you while you’re Surveying it, the Survey is canceled and there is no recovery time. Further, the Survey is still deducted from your Daily Survey Limit. Reinforce your Wilds with a sizable Army to prevent this from happening!
    NOTE: Abandoning your Wild functions the same way as if someone stole it from you.
    • If a Wild is stolen from you after Survey is complete, but before you collect your treasure, the Treasure Chest is added to your inventory in the Storehouse.
    • If there is more than one Knight on a Wild and a player taps another Knight to dig, while one of the Knights is already digging, a pop-up will state "Knight X from City X is digging". The countdown time will then be displayed:

    New Survey Wilds Feature: General Discussion - Feel free to talk about anything related to the New Survey Wilds Feature.

    New Crafting Jewels Guide: Click Here to Read More Info on How to Craft Jewels