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  • ot444
    Original poster 1 posts

    I'm having trouble understanding how the barracks work and what some things mean.

    First I have two on my crew that have a little gray icon above their heads that you can see from anywhere you are on the map. What does that mean and why is it important that I know where they are? I checked which members they are and one is a "standard" allies raider and the other is a players Jorms I recruited.

    It says I can recruit 100. Why would I do that? What's the point unless it plays in later on. Should I save my silver for now?

    How do the barracks work with switching people around? It shows 6 warriors when you configure barracks. Are those 6 the ones you are putting on the boat with you for raids? Does it make a difference who you take?

    Thanks for any help.

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  • merckk
    14 posts

    @ot444 I'd like to know all that too...i recruited a couple of them but I have since stopped since I don't know what the benefit is. Plus you can only have 6 active at one time it seems so why bother having more?

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