Not being a farm

So you having problem with some attacking neighbors ?
No problem I will try my best here to help you out.

Okay lets take this from the beginning, the only reason why you getting attacked is cause of Resources or competition. The player who is attacking is gaining a lot of Resources on you so make sure he aint getting any.

First of all be a pain in the ass and build some troops as defence, even if you only gain 10 – 20 troops you will make sure he losing on it.
And if you on the same time can hide all your resources and making him loose on it he will stop.

If he raiding you just cause of the Resources there is a big chance that he only uses a small portion of his army and will easy be wiped out.

  • First make sure you have your cranny up in level
  • If you are a Gaul build som traps
  • Build some troops and send them away as reinforce

It’s really that simple make sure he aint get any and be a pain when it comes to making him lose troops.

This will for sure not work if the game is so long in that he have catas.
He may then zero you to the ground but hey if that’s the case you made something wrong in the first place.

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King or governor

When you start an account on travian kingdoms it’s important that you know if you want to be a king or a governor. The king is as it sounds a king of a kingdom and the kings jobb is to protect the governors.

So if you choise to be a governor you will be placed in a kingdom with another king.
They describe it as if you are a more experienced travian player or an active player you can pick to be a king or if you are new to the travian system you may choice to be governor.

In this case I took governor and it gave me 7 days of beginner protection and that makes me protected from attacks in a 7 days period or if I reach 200 population.

Great thing to notice is that if you pick to be a king you only have 2 days of protection and can therefore be attacked by other kings since they also only have 2 days of protection.

So pick the one you belive is the best for you.

Regards,
Andreas