Vikings: War of Clans is a new MMO Strategy game for the iOS and Android by Plarium Global, the strategy specialists behind such games as Total Domination. Your goal in this game is to turn your viking kingdom into the most dominant one, battling it out against other players and upgrading your base into an extremely powerful city-state. Read on for some tips and tricks for Vikings: War of Clans!
Build up your resources as quickly as possible right from the get-go, and use the five minute or less speed up to skip all of the tedious waiting. If you need to build something but you don’t have all of the requirements done, hit the “go to” button to go to the building you need to upgrade first. Keep it up until you run out of resources.
When you are doing battle, look out for the kingdoms that are run by players who have blatantly ditched the game. You’ll spy on them and see resources but zero troops, and this is because the kingdoms will constantly produce resources. Attack them frequently as they are excellent sources of food, wood, stone, iron ore and silver.
You have a ton of quests to complete in this game, and they are great sources of resources, gold and experience. Save the resource-reward quests. Don’t claim them until you need the resources and no sooner. If you leave them in your quest folder, unclaimed, they can’t be taken by other players, but once you claim them, they can be taken right away.
Be sure to go especially heavy on the amount of farms that you build as well as the amount of upgrades that you do to the farms. Farms are the most important because your troops will use up food just for existing. If you need to build up food stores quickly, send your troops out on a very long mission (so that they don’t need any food from home for awhile). Best to do this while under a shield.
Join a clan as soon as you can, and make sure it is an active one. Save your relocation item until you find a clan that you want to move next to and buddy up with. Once you do buddy up with a clan, you and them will have a huge advantage – attacking one typically means retribution. Make sure it’s people you like or can work with though so that there aren’t any costly falling outs.