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Kingdoms & Lords for iPhone: how to get more coins and experience points

In Kingdoms & Lords for the iPhone and iPod touch, coins and experience points are both of primary importance. Coins are the main currency in the game, and predictably, they are used to buy just about everything that you need in order to advance forward in the game. Experience points are what you use to gain experience levels, and gaining levels is how you unlock the ability to buy new buildings and other goods that are used to move forward and progress, and that are purchased with, of course, coins! Read on to find out how to earn more of both!

One cheat to earn coins faster is to go and set the time in your device forward. This should be done in the middle of playing the game. How far forward depends on how long your houses take to be ready to collect taxes from, and how log. Your crops take to grow. This trick can work best with long term crops that earn you a ton of coins just for growing them.

Also, pick an empty space the size of a homestead or so. Surround it with decorations that have production bonuses such as jack straws. Now any time that a house is ready to be collected from, move it there and collect. Collect from homesteads this way too.

To get more experience points faster, use your leftover energy points on only things that have to do with completing missions, of course, but aside from that, use as much of your energy points as possible on battling. Each enemy you kill in battle earns you two experience points, making this a more efficient use of energy points for experience.

Also, add as many friends as possible using whatever means that you need. Then go to their kingdoms and do the required five actions a day. You will get five experience points for each one that you do, with no energy used!

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Jean Maxson

Wednesday 11th of December 2019

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