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The World Map

The World Map is an important part of Elvenar, so you will visit it quite frequently.

While exploring the World Map you will discover many different Provinces and other player's cities surrounding your own. Elvenar is a mysterious world full of secrets, but it is also peaceful. So don’t hesitate to get in touch with your neighbors and the area around you. Actually, you can visit any city, right from the start.


Scouting Provinces

When you enter the World Map for the first time, you will immediately notice that most of the world is still unknown to you. In fact, the World Map is not much more than a rough draft, at the beginning. However, you can frequently send Scouts to bordering Provinces in order to gain more information about them. The Scouts demand a lot of Coins for their efforts, but they are definitely worth the price.

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Once their work is done, the scouted Province gets a lot more detail and color. But most importantly, you can take a look inside it and search for Relics.

In addition, all bordering cities of that Province will also become "discovered". As a result, trading with those neighbors becomes cheaper and you will be able to start giving them Neighborly Help.



When you enter a Province you previously scouted, you can see more detailed information about it. While on their mission of discovery, your Scouts will spot interesting people and will mark their location with an exclamation mark.

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At first, all Provinces may look alike, but, if you look closely, you will see each Province type has its own special terrain, depending on the Relics it contains. You may collect those Relics either by negotiating an Encounter, or fighting it. But, be aware, the enemy units you will find on each Province type will also differ, so, be prepared!

Provinces Overview
Basic Goods Crafted Goods Magical Goods
Province of Marble Province of Crystal Province of Elixir
Province of Steel Province of Scrolls Province of Magic Dust
Province of Planks Province of Silk Province of Gems

Province Distance

The further you go, deep into the World Map, the more distant you get from your city. This means that not only will Scouts take longer to reach far away Provinces, but also it will cost you more Coins to scout them.

The Province Distance will also influence the ranking points you get by solving each Encounter. You will get 1 ranking point per Encounter * Province Distance. For example, if you solve an Encounter on a Province, 3 Provinces away from your city (Distance 3), you will get 3 ranking points.

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Collecting Relics

On each Province, you will meet a merchant who may offer you a Relic. And you just can’t have enough of these magical objects! But of course, they will come at a price. You may take the merchant's offer or maybe, you can find a way to use your troops to get the Relic and save your resources. It’s up to you!

No matter how you get the Relic, it will always increase your knowledge. In other words, for every Encounter you solve, you will receive a Knowledge Point you can spend in Research, to unlock technologies faster. The World Map is a great source of knowledge, you will see!

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Province Expansions

You will receive a Province Expansion as a reward, when you solve all encounters of a certain number of Provinces. A tooltip in the Buildings Menu, on the Province Expansion, will show you how many “Completed Provinces” you have and how many are “Required for the next Expansion.”

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Neighboring Cities

As said before, by exploring the World Map, you can both scout Provinces and visit every city right from the beginning!

You can take a look into other players' cities, in order to get inspiration for you own, but once you Discover those cities, you will also be able to give them Neighborly Help.

At a certain point in the game, if you take a closer look, you may notice each neighbor has a different image representing their city. This is due to the fact that, as a player progresses through the Research Tree, the map reflects the city´s development.

Cities Overview Elves
First Segment Second Segment Third Segment Forth Segment Fifth Segment

Cities Overview Humans
First Segment Second Segment Third Segment Forth Segment Fifth Segment