This is a basic walk-through on some of the very first steps you should make when starting out War of Legends.
After creating your account and logging into the game, players create a new Legend that will assist in helping to build their empire. The first screen that is seen is for selecting the gender of this legend.
This can be male or female. There isn't really that much of a difference other than the appearance of the legend and the abilities are identical for either. This is something seen by other players, however.
Once the gender is selected, a selection of what type of avatar that will help in governing the city is selected.
There are three different kinds of avatars can be selected:
- Monk - Emphasis on resource productions
- Seer - Emphasis on technology development
- Warrior - Emphasis on creating and leading armies
Keep in mind this is going to be but one of several different legends that will be encountered while playing this game, so don't concern yourself with making a mistake here. The emphasis only is general in nature and sort of indicates what sort of gameplay style is going to be done and not some sort of specific set up for the village or empire. This is a "class" for the avatar that does impact the game in some subtle but interesting ways.
Finally, a selection is made for where the player is going to be starting out in the game:
The general location isn't really all that important, but if there are several players that wish to join together as an alliance ahead of time, it would be very useful to have everybody located in the same "district" or location together to help cooperate with each other. Some areas are crowded, and have higher level players already established, and other areas have relatively few people. This information is shown that can help influence your decision depending on your game play style, but it should be noted that for resources and playing the game, the actual location doesn't impact the game all that much. Locations on the edge of the map will also be located near the "edge of the world" in terms of places players can travel.
Later on in the game you may wish to be close to a special paradise or refuge, but early on in the game it's not worthwhile fussing to much about your location.
As a means of breaking up a rather lengthy tutorial, this tutorial will be broken down by the Position rank and what tasks will likely be done by players at each rank.
- Outskirts Administrator
- Outskirts Minister
- Outskirts Officer
- Junior Prefect
- Senior Prefect
- Ministerial Prefect
- Justice Minister
- State Minister
- Development Minister
- War Minister
- Education Minister
- High Priest
- Civic Notary
- Chief Priest
- Civic Secretary
- King's Advisor
- Civic Magistrate
- Civic Guardian
- Civic Custodian
- Set your production rate to 100%. (Click on your palace and then select resources)
- Wood is the most used resource when building and often in short supply for new players. Keep this in mind when leveling or constructing resource buildings.
Outskirts Administrator • Outskirts Minister • Outskirts Officer • Junior Prefect • Senior Prefect • Ministerial Prefect • Justice Minister • State Minister • Development Minister • War Minister • Education Minister