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.
Are you wondering what type of player T5 is being designed for? Is it the casual beginner or only experienced fans? Read More
Will there be a mobile application for T5? Is it playable on your smartphone? Read More
In the video from Gerhard (2 of 5 in the series) he talks about the kingdom system which is new in Travian T5. Read More
This is the first part of five upcoming videos where Gerhard Müller informs you about the upcoming new features and changes on T5, the new version of the Travian Browsergame. In this video Gerhard, also known as KEEN, introduces himself and tells you more about the upcoming videos. Read More
The topics of the last few days were all regarding one particular category each. This won’t be possible for today’s topic. Today, I will write about the map, beginners’ protection and daily quest changes.