Adventures can sometimes even be found in one’s own village. My heroine found a scroll in the catacombs, close to the burial site of “Sextus Afranius Burrus”.
The downfall of the royal life guards?
In the fifth episode of our Travian Late Night show we have a special guest from our IT department. Christian will give us an insight into the work of his departement. In Addition to that we answer some of your questions about T5 and some community Topics are represented as well.
Over the last couple of months, you’ve had the chance to meet more and more people on our team! Many have introduced themselves to you and have told you some things about them. We are now reaching the end of this series and the idea to adopt the “Tea at three” concept for players has gained growing support. We have now decided to get to know you folks better! Each player now has the chance to fill out the attached form and tell the community a bit about themselves. Read More
In his last blog entry about T5, Keen talked about oases and the system behind them. Today, we would like to answer your questions as detailed as possible. We will start by once again explaining the aim of the new system. After that, a detailed explanation of “wild oases” and “occupied oases” will follow.
We tried to get a picture of the new landing page of Travian 5 for you. Unfortunately jakob had seen through our intention and tried to sabotage our project with everything he had!
The fourth issue of our Travian Late Night show is a special edition. It´s all about the Ancient Europe summer special and our community – that’s why we’ve invited none other than Travian Product Manager Brian Terek to our Studio to answer all of your questions about the scenario.
As the last blog entry regarding the kingdom system resulted in a lot of questions, we have decided to focus on that particular topic again and with even greater detail this time! It’s a huge topic with lots and lots of information, which is the reason why the next T5 blog entries will also concern this issue. Today, let’s start with the king and their governors.