- The Gold promotions will not be placed in the calendar, because they are decided last minute, so keep watching the Payment/Store Information section of our Forums for the updates about it.
- The speed gameworlds are usually planned when the previous one is over. This means that there is a high chance that this calendar will be updated often mainly to add new speed gameworlds to the list.
- For the game world number, please check the Forums.
It really feels like yesterday, but we got to Week 10! Let’s hear what Safiren has to say about these exciting times… Read More
We thought your main strength was neat strategic skills, but you proved us wrong with some mind-blowing creations in our 2018 Travian Cooking Contest!
Are you ready to indulge with some tasty Travian-related compositions? Let’s have a look at some of the winners’ masterpieces! Read More
First entry of Safiren’s War Diaries of 2019. I repeat, first entry of Safiren’s War Diaries of 2019! Are you ready for the artefacts?!?
What’s gonna happen in 2019? Find out in the last episode of Ask Travian (for this year!)
Did you think we forgot Safiren’s interviews this year? Of course not! Our reporter is back with a double interview to two expert offensive players. We are talking about LSDG from NB-朱雀 (Rank 1 attacker when interviewed) and PL_BOSSES in PRIME-W (Rank 6 attacker when interviewed). Read More
The other day I was wondering: what is the Tournament Finals after all? Someone says they are frightfully dull and boring, others consider it full of actions and absolutely wonderful.
Those opposite opinions are exactly the essence of the Finals. I had that thought while studying the North-East alliances on the map. Alliances such as NewOrder from Germany, which was highly active in the qualification rounds and ranked number 1 on the top lists almost every week, decided to go for a calmer area in the Finals. Same goes for CS and TFD that played on the Turkey qualification round, a server known to crave a lot of the alliances fighting against the Turkey host.
On the contrary, alliances that played in the Qualifications rounds only with the goal of getting a ticket have a lot of energy. They settle on the border, they attack their enemies with fury and produce a lot of interesting reports.
In the end, the Tournament Finals is what you make of it. You either stand back, build your villages, produce troops for the endgame and be quiet until the last weeks or you go with your ally to the hot zones, have a lot of fun and some sleepless nights too.
If you want to know more about the NorthEast quadrant, check my Corner for maps and interviews!
There are also a lot of reports from the war happening on the NorthWest/SouthWest border. Amazing reports… and funny ones too – as the guy that conquered an oasis with phalanxes. Enjoy!