Who actually was… Caligula?

Caligula, whose real name was Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus, was the Roman emperor from 37 to 41 AD and Tiberius’ successor. His reign only lasted four years and he went down in history as Rome’s greatest tyrant. It’s… Read More

What’s the latest on…?

Have you ever wondered what your old friends or foes from Travian are doing today? If your answer is yes, this series of posts will be just right for you! Today we sat down with Clemens “subcommandante” Paulusch… Read More

The Wonders of the World have arrived

The first Open Beta Travian: Kingdoms servers have hit the home stretch. Now the final battle for the Wonders of the World will take place. The Wonders already appeared on the Russian RU1 server last Wednesday. The servers… Read More

What actually is a… Pilum muralis?

“Pilum muralis” means “wall spear” and is the name for an odd squared timber that was pointed at both ends. Around the year 0 such poles belonged to the standard equipment of all Legionnaires of the Roman army…. Read More

A visitor from Russia

At Travian Games we often say that the players are our most important feature. We like to use every opportunity to show that this is not just talk, but that the community really is the center of our… Read More

Who actually was… Veleda?

Veleda was a Teuton, who was worshiped by her tribe, the Bructeri, as a sibyl. She lived during the reign of emperor Vespasian and predicted her tribe victory over the Romans. She was later captured and sent off… Read More