Welcome to part 4 of the Dragons of Atlantis beginner’s guide! Click here to go back to part 3 of the guide.
Your officers will give you bonuses for selecting them to lead you into battle. You start off being able to hire two offers, but as you upgrade your officer quarters, you’ll be able to add more. Send them into battle and they will earn experience points, which increases the bonuses that they will earn for your troops.
The reports section, as was previously discussed, is where you find out about how your last battle (and all of your battles) have gone. However, sometimes, you’ll also earn some free rewards from battles, such as free speedups. You’ll only earn them if you check your reports; if you don’t check your reports, you will never find them.
Everything that you do in your city increases your power level, and every upgrade that you do to your city increases your experience points, which leads to you gaining an experience level. The higher your power level is, the further up you move in the rankings, and when power level increasing events are happening, you can earn some serious rewards for scoring a high rank.
Rubies are the premium currency of the game, and there is a whole range of buffs and bonuses that you can buy with them, ranging from increased resources, to getting back the protection on your city, or boosting the attack and defense of your troops. These can all be found in the item tab.
Joining an alliance is a great way to enhance the gameplay experience. You and your alliance members can send troops back and forth, as well as send resources back and forth. In alliance play, one member can volunteer their alliance as a rally point for troops, and the alliance can create a huge, combined army that can devastate even the highest level players.
That’s about it for Dragons of Atlantis – Heirs of the Dragon! Enjoy the game!