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    1) Deployment

    During the deployment phase, players within an alliance will need to select the Knight, Heroes and Troops they wish to bring into battle as well as assign an Outpost Marshall.
    To deploy troops go your Outpost, select the deploy tab and press the deploy troops button. This opens a menu where you can select the Knights, Heroes and troops you that want to bring to battle:


    The amount of marches you can deploy from each of your cities is based off all your rally points levels and caps at a maximum of 10 marches per city.
    After you`ve deployed your troops you can select an Outpost Marshal by going to your outpost and selecting the my troops tab.


    2) Traveling to Map

    After the deployment period alliances will be matched up according to their Alliance Glory and Alliance Power Score.


    The Alliance Glory Score is a measure of the Alliances past Grail War performance, it varies with each new Grail War session.
    The Alliance Power Score is a measure of the total fighting prowess of the troops, Heroes, knights and gear that an alliance is taking into battle.

    Once the battlefield has loaded it`s up to each alliance to decide the best plan of action to win the war.


    3) Battle Phase


    The battlefield has several camps which when controlled provide attack, speed or life buffs for your entire alliance that may help tip the battle of balance into your favor.

    There are two ways to score points during a Grail War match; by killing NPC/opponent troops and by strategically holding control over Wonders.

    Killing troops
    You will get points for every troop you kill, the higher the troop tier the more points you will receive.
    The number of NPC troops deployed on the map is relative to the amount of troops both alliances bring to battle.
    => the more troops the alliances bring to battle, the more NPC troops will be deployed, the more points can be scored from killing troops.

    Wonders
    Holding the Great Wonder will give players a lot more points then holding smaller Wonders.
    The longer a Wonder is held the faster the points will accumulate from that wonder.
    The amount of points obtainable from Wonders is relative to the amount of troops both alliances bring to battle.
    => the more troops the alliances bring to battle, the more points can be scored from holding wonders.


    4) Reward phase


    There are 4 types of rewards in Grail Wars; Alliance EXP, Individual/Alliance Merits, Glory points and Prizes.

    Alliance EXP -
    Participating in Grail Wars will provide your Alliance with EXP points which will serve to level up your Alliance.
    By leveling-up your Alliance you will get a series of advantages among which: unlock buffs on your home server, unlock Outpost skills, acquire more Grail War items etc.

    Glory points -
    Players winning their Grail War match will obtain a number of Glory Points based on the difference between the two Alliances' past Glory Record.
    Having the name of your alliance at the top of the Grail War leader-board is without doubt the best possible way to prove your valor and ability to work as a team!

    Individual/Alliance Merits -
    The Merits can be used to purchase or upgrade various items and skills.
    The higher your Grail War score the more Merits you and your alliance will obtain.

    Items -
    An addition to fame and Merits, players will obtain a number of Grail War items, Grail Fragments and Premium items depending on their score.
    The higher your score, the better the prizes obtained will be.

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    Grail War Battlefield Locations


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      Grail War Items


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        Grail War Alliance Skills


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          Grail War FAQ

          Q) How do I participate in Grail Wars?
          A) Grail Wars events can be accessed via the Alliance Event Centre or the Outpost next to the Castle (released in V18.0). Here you will find information about Grail Wars and a countdown to the next event!

          Q) When are the Grail Wars?
          A) They will occur on a regular basis. A countdown to the next event will be displayed in the Alliance Events Center and the Outpost.

          Q) What are the requirements to join the Grail Wars?
          A) To participate in Grail Wars, players will need to join/create an Alliance. Each individual player will have to have reach 800 might, and each Alliance will have to have reach at least 1,000 might.

          Q) What are the possible rewards obtained by players from Grail Wars?
          A) These include individual Merits, Alliance Merits, Alliance EXP, premium items and chests!

          Q) How many members of an Alliance can join the event?
          A) Everyone in the Alliance can join in the fight!

          Q) What happens to my troops?
          A) Of all the troops that you lose in battle, 70% of them will be returned to your Hospital (If you don't have a Hospital built, you won't receive them back).

          Q) What is the Power score based on?
          A) Player Power score is based on the troops, Heroes, Knights and gear they bring to battle. Alliance Power score is the sum of its members' Power scores.

          Q) How`s the Glory score calculated?
          A) Glory changes based on the whether an Alliance wins or loses the battle, as well as the difference between the two Alliances' past Glory record.

          Q) How many Marches can a player have in GW?
          A) Marches from a player's Outpost on the battlefield are determined by Outpost skill levels.

          Q) How do I upgrade my Alliances Buffs?
          A) Alliance Buffs are upgraded using Alliance Merits. Only specific officers within an Alliance can use Alliance Merits and thus upgrade Alliance Skills.

          Q) How do I obtain Individual Merits?
          A) Individual Merits are obtained in 1 of 4 ways:
          - By scoring points in Grail Wars - this is a huge source of Merits!
          - By donating resources to your Alliance
          - By endowing Crosses to your Alliance
          - Obtained as a bonus for purchasing Gem packages

          Q) What are Individual Merits used for?
          A) Individual Merit points are used to purchase items within the Alliance Shop.

          Q) How do I obtain Alliance Merits?
          A) Alliance Merits are obtained in 1 of 4 ways:
          - By scoring points in Grail Wars - - this is a huge source of Merits!
          - By donating resources to your Alliance
          - By endowing Crosses to your Alliance
          - Obtained as a bonus for purchasing Gem packages

          Q) What are Alliance Merits used for?
          A) Alliance Merits can only be used by specific officers within an Alliance. They are used to upgrade Alliance Buffs.

          Q) Do Alliance buffs work outside of Grail Wars?
          A) Some buffs affect your home world and work outside of Grail Wars. Others can only have an effect in Grail Wars.

          Q) How many troops can be deployed?
          A) The number of troops that can be deployed depends on the number and level of your Rally Points.

          Q) How long after an alliance war ends does the leaderboard refresh?
          A) Almost immediately.

          Q) Can I be attacked on my home server while participating in Grail Wars?
          A) No, participating in Grail Wars will automatically trigger your cities to be protected while you wage war. After completion of the Grail War the protection to your cities will be turned off.

          Q) What are the requirements to be able to donate to an alliance?

          A) The requirements include: Embassy level 2; Player level 3; Alliance level 1.
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