Our dear colleagues Michael and Maxi are … well … special. In fact, they are so special, that we decided to give ‘em their own Travian web show called Travian Late Night.
We’d love to tell you, what to expect from that, but with those two guys – you never know!
Have fun with this little preview!
Tell us your name / nickname and how old you are.
Hi, I am Steverino and I’m 41 years old. Yeah, unfortunately I didn’t mix that up. According to my wife I’m “always in the right age” and if you’d ask my parents they’d probably say that I “never grow up”. So, just pick a number that you like.
With the possibility of upgrading villages to cities, Travian Games has created a whole new feature for T5. This opens up new opportunities for players. They now can choose whether they wish to found a new village or upgrade an existing one to a city. In today’s blog entry, I will explain in great detail what cities are, which requirements need to be met and how players benefit from them.
Have you all been eagerly wondering what’s going on with the Travian Meet? What the players, supporters, multihunters and the customer team are able to say about it and what Travian has in store for them?
Then take a look at this video:
When do the T4.4 speed servers start?
On Friday, 7th March 2014, the first T4.4 speed servers will start. Further T4.4 speed servers will be announced in due course. Starting dates for your domain can be found on the domain forum or on our Facebook page.
In T5, an alliance consists of up to seven kings. The members of the kingdoms (governors) are also automatically members of the alliance, with limited rights however. Trustworthy governors can be promoted to the rank of a “general” and will then hold nearly identical rights to the kings. Kings and generals do not only have access to battle and scouting reports, but they can also see the armies and crop supplies of each individual village at any given time.