In The Hobbit: Kingdoms of Middle-earth, you start the game with one city, in which you build a kingdom and set up your resource and troop production, in order to attack other players and rule over the land. However, you can also get second (and third, and fourth) cities by completing a certain number of tasks. Read on to find out how to get a second city in The Hobbit: Kingdoms of Middle-earth!
The first thing that you need is to get a Second City Deed. There are a few ways to get one of these. One of these is to simply buy a second city deed using Mithril. One of these costs 225 Mithril to buy, but buying them is not the only way to get them. You can also get a Second City Deed merely by chance by playing Gollum’s Riddle, although it’s a very rare find compared to some of the more common finds in the game.
The third way to get the Second City Deed is to first, build a sage’s tower in your city view. Then, start invading the goblin camps and defeating the enemies inside. As you invade goblin camps, you will earn relics for beating them. When you complete sets of relics, you will be able to earn special items, and one of these sets will earn you the second city deed. Keep attacking more goblin camps in order to find more of these relics so that you can complete the collections.
The next requirement is to have an experience level of seven. Simply continue building and upgrading buildings and attacking goblin camps and other players’ kingdoms (and winning) in order to gain experience points. Do this until you hit an experience level of seven.
The final requirement is to have a Plains. To get one, go to the world view, and tap on a nearly-blank space, which will be a Plains. Tap it, invade and attack it, and then capture it. Once you capture it, and you have all of the other requirements out of the way, you will be able to build your second city on the Plains.