How do you increase free crop in Travian?

To increase crop production, you can upgrade a crop field, mill or bakery. Assuming you have the requirements, you will be able to do so, noting that level 1 cropland requires 20 crop itself for construction.

What happens if hero dies Travian?

– Each player can only have one hero. If this hero dies, the player will have the option to revive it.

How do you attack in Travian?

In the Map view, click on the village you wish to raid. Select “Send troops”. Next enter the number of troops you wish to send and select “Attack: Raid”.

How do I heal my hero in Travian?

You can obtain Ointments either as a reward from an adventure or by winning them at the auctions. Once you have Ointments you can use them by going to your hero’s attributes page and scrolling down to your items. Simply click on your Ointments and enter a number of Ointments to use to heal your hero instantly.

How do you get hero experience in Travian?

Heroes gain experience points by fighting battles in which enemy troops die. They gain 1 experience point for every unit of crop consumed by vanquished enemies (e.g. 3 experience points for killing a Haeduan or a Bear). This works on both offense and defense.

What is the difference between a raid and attack?

The main differences between a raid and other attack forms are the limited objectives of the raid and the associated withdrawal following completion. Raids may be conducted in daylight or darkness, within or beyond supporting distance of the parent unit.

How do I change my hero home village in Travian?

To use your hero from another one of your own villages you must send him there as a reinforcement and tick the “Change hero home town” box while doing so. Once your hero arrives at the village you sent him to, you will be able to control him from that village.

How many types of ambushes are there?

The three forms of ambushes are point, area, and antiarmor. In a point ambush, Soldiers deploy to attack a single kill zone. In an area ambush, Soldiers deploy as two or more related point ambushes.