Dragonville Gear Guide

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Gear is an essential part of gameplay in Game of War. The stats for gear can make or break you as a player. Knowing what gear to choose and what the requirements are for the gear are just as important as the gear itself, so that you can prepare your Hero to equip the gear it needs.
Dragon War Dimension Gear
Knowing what gear to use and in which instance is important to every player. Not only can gear save us time, it can save us money. This article will cover every piece of gear that is currently available in the Dragon War Dimension. In addition, we will look at the levels it requires to be able to equip and craft different pieces of gear. However, to make things a little more simple for you, check out the table below. If you are looking for a specific stat, this table will tell you what section to look at within this article, and the Hero Level required to craft that piece.
Where do I find this Stat in Gear?

Finding the Right Stats for me    

StatGear PieceLevel RequiredWhat Section in this article?

Troop AttackArbiter’s Crown40Arbiter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Rainment40Arbiter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Stance40Arbiter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Judgement40Arbiter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Soul Cage40Arbiter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Call40Arbiter’s Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Helm10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Armor10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Boots10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Crossbow10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Gauntlet10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

War Boots4Other Gear

Sharpsword2Other Gear

Brawler Gloves17Other Gear

Vindicator’s Worldbreaker24Vindicator’s Gear

Infantry AttackWarrior Casket24Other Gear

Earth Splitter20Other Gear

Ranged AttackDark Crown27Other Gear

Master Dagger15Other Gear

Cavalry Attack Battle Plate25Other Gear

Iron Spear18Other Gear

Attack March SpeedAssassin’s Hood40Assassin’s Gear

Assassin’s Blitz Garb40Assassin’s Gear

Assassin’s Sandals40Assassin’s Gear

Assassin’s Black Blade40Assassin’s Gear

Assassin’s Kunai40Assassin’s Gear

Arbiter’s Crown40Arbiter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Rainment40Arbiter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Stance40Arbiter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Soul Cage40Arbiter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Call40Arbiter’s Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Boots10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Crossbow10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Gauntlet10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

War Boots4Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Troop Defense BonusHunter’s Greathelm16Hunter’s Gear

Hunter’s Gilded Plate22Hunter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Crown40Arbiter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Rainment40Arbiter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Stance40Arbiter’s Gear

Sentinel’s Watch30Sentinel’s Gear

Sentinel’s Plate30Sentinel’s Gear

Sentinel’s Greaves30Sentinel’s Gear

Sentinel’s Storm Spear30Sentinel’s Gear

Sentinel’s Sight Stone30Sentinel’s Gear

Sentinel’s Ring30Sentinel’s Gear

Sentinel’s Aegis30Sentinel’s Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Helm10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Boots10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Crossbow10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Gauntlet10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Warrior Casket24Other Gear

Engineer Helm1Other Gear

Battle Plate25Other Gear

Rugged Tunic2Other Gear

War Boots4Other Gear

Empire Assault AttackAssassin’s Hood40Assassin’s Gear

Assassin’s Blitz Garb40Assassin’s Gear

Assassin’s Sandals40Assassin’s Gear

Assassin’s Black Blade40Assassin’s Gear

Assassin’s Kunai40Assassin’s Gear

Empire Assault DefenseAssassin’s Hood40Assassin’s Gear

Empire Assault HealthAssassin’s Blitz Garb40Assassin’s Gear

Empire Defender HealthVindicator’s Great Helm24Vindicator’s Gear

Vindicator’s Battleplate24Vindicator’s Gear

Vindicator’s Crushers24Vindicator’s Gear

Vindicator’s Gauntlets24Vindicator’s Gear

Trap AttackSentinel’s Plate30Sentinel’s Gear

Sentinel’s Storm Spear30Sentinel’s Gear

Sentinel’s Ring30Sentinel’s Gear

Troop Health BonusHunter’s Tracks13Hunter’s Gear

Arbiter’s Soul Cage40Arbiter’s Gear

Sentinel’s Sight Stone30Sentinel’s Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Armor10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Dark Crown27Other Gear

Dark Cape29Other Gear

Brawler Gloves17Other Gear

Hero Critical Hit Hunter’s Greathelm16Hunter’s Gear

Beastmaster’s Helm 24Beastmaster’s Gear

Maximum Energy LimitHunter’s Greathelm16Hunter’s Gear

Hunter’s Gilded Plate22Hunter’s Gear

Hunter’s Gladius10Hunter’s Gear

Hunter’s Protector19Hunter’s Gear

Noxious Dagger10Other Gear

Beastmaster’s Helm 24Beastmaster’s Gear

Beastmaster’s Fur Chlamys24Beastmaster’s Gear

Beastmaster’s Paws24Beastmaster’s Gear

Beastmaster’s Fang Flail24Beastmaster’s Gear

Hero Attack Streak ModifierHunter’s Gilded Plate22Hunter’s Gear

Beastmaster’s Fang Flail24Beastmaster’s Gear

Hero Monster March Speed BonusAssassin’s Kunai40Assassin’s Gear

Hunter’s Tracks13Hunter’s Gear

Beastmaster’s Paws24Beastmaster’s Gear

Loot Time Gather SpeedHunter’s Gladius10Hunter’s Gear

Gathering March SpeedAssassin’s Kunai40Assassin’s Gear

Hunter’s Tracks13Hunter’s Gear

Vindicator’s Crushers24Vindicator’s Gear

Construction Time ReductionEngineer Helm1Other Gear

Research SpeedDark Cape29Other Gear

Basic Research SpeedChief Inquisitor’s Set-All Pieces24Chief Inquisitor’s Set

Training SpeedSharpsword2Other Gear

Wood ProductionDark Crown27Other Gear

Iron Spear18Other Gear

Silver Production Dark Cape29Other Gear

Ore ProductionMaster Dagger15Other Gear

Stone ProductionEarth Splitter20Other Gear

Food ProductionFamily Ring1Other Gear

Hero Attack BonusNoxious Dagger10Other Gear

Beastmaster’s Fur Chlamys24Beastmaster’s Gear

Beastmaster’s Helm 24Beastmaster’s Gear

Beastmaster’s Paws24Beastmaster’s Gear

Beastmaster’s Fang Flail24Beastmaster’s Gear

Beastmaster’s Leash24Beastmaster’s Gear

Gathering SpeedBrawler Gloves17Other Gear

Troop LoadAssassin’s Hood40Assassin’s Gear

Assassin’s Blitz Garb40Assassin’s Gear

Assassin’s Sandals40Assassin’s Gear

Sentinel’s Plate30Sentinel’s Gear

Sentinel’s Greaves30Sentinel’s Gear

Sentinel’s Sight Stone30Sentinel’s Gear

Sentinel’s Ring30Sentinel’s Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Helm10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Armor10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Boots10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Crossbow10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Demigod Blue Fire Gauntlet10Demigod Blue Fire Gear

Hermes Winged Set- All pieces24Hermes Winged Gear

Energy RecoveryBeastmaster’s Fur Chlamys24Beastmaster’s Gear

Beastmaster’s Leash24Beastmaster’s Gear

Stronghold March Speed DebuffVindicator’s Great Helm24Vindicator’s Gear

Vindicator’s Battleplate24Vindicator’s Gear

Vindicator’s Crushers24Vindicator’s Gear

Altar Troop Health BonusVindicator’s Worldbreaker24Vindicator’s Gear

Altar Boost DurationVindicator’s Gauntlets24Vindicator’s Gear

March SpeedHermes Winged Set- All pieces24Hermes Winged Gear

Arbiter’s Gear Set
Arbiter’s Gear is one of the gear sets that takes more time to get. In addition, this gear is unable to be equipped or crafted before Hero Level 40.
Arbiter’s Gear provides the following stats:

Troop Attack Bonus
Troop Defense Bonus
Troop Health Bonus
Attack March Speed

For players who are able to level their hero to 40, this is a great choice for attack and defense gear. Sentinel’s Gear Set
Sentinel’s Gear is one of the other sets of gear that is a little more difficult to obtain. This gear is able to be equipped at Hero 30.
Stats you will find in Sentinel’s Gear:

Troop Defense Bonus
Trap Attack
Troop Health Bonus
Troop Load

This Gear is great for defense players who are looking for some extra defense and stats for their Wall Traps. 
Hunter’s Gear Set
Hunter’s Gear set is able to be equipped and crafted at different gear levels. However, many of these levels are lower, making this a good gear set for players looking for some combat stats mixed with monster hunting stats.
Stats you can find in the Hunter’s Gear Set:

Troop Defense Bonus
Troop Health Bonus
Hero Critical Hit
Maximum Energy Limit
Hero Attack Streak Modifier
Hero Monster March Speed Bonus
Loot Tile Gather Speed
Gathering March Speed Bonus

This gear is best for all things monster, but does have some additional benefits that can prove to be helpful as well.
Assassin’s Gear Set
The Assassin’s Gear set is unable to be crafted or equipped until it reaches level 40. This gear threw us all back with the Kunai; however, for those of you suffering from Kunai Flashbacks, no worries, this is not the Kunai that could not be burned.
Stats you will find in Assassin’s Gear:

Empire Assault Attack
Empire Assault Defense
Empire Assault Health
Troop Load
Attack March Speed
Gathering March Speed Bonus

This gear will definitely be one that defensive players with higher-level heroes will want to check out!
Demigod Blue Fire Gear Set
The Demigod Blue Fire Gear Set is able to be equipped and crafted at Hero Level 10. This Gear is a little easier to obtain then other sets, but the stats are not as good as gear sets that you can equip at a higher Hero level.
Stats you will find in the Demigod Blue Fire Gear Set:

Troop Attack Bonus
Troop Defense Bonus
Troop Health Bonus
Troop Load
Attack March Speed

Beastmaster’s Gear Set
This Gear set is able to be equipped and crafted at Hero Level 24. This Set is purely for Monster Hunting. While our Hunter’s Gear is for Monster Hunting as well, this set adds in stats not seen in the Hunter’s Gear Set. If you are a monster hunter, this gear is definitely worth checking out. 
Vindicator’s Set Gear
Vindicator’s Set Gear materials can be obtained through the Vindicator’s Gear Set Dungeon. This Gear set is unique in several ways. It has tons of Health Stats that could be beneficial to a defending empire. Additionally, this Gear Set is the first to offer any type of Debuff in the Dragon War Dimension: you can slow your attackers down with the Stronghold March Speed Debuff. The most unique aspect of this gear is the Altar Stats. Make sure you equip this gear when executing heroes for increased health and increased duration of your Altar Boosts.

Chief Inquisitor’s Gear
Chief Inquisitor’s Gear has been added. In order, to equip and craft this gear your Hero needs to be level 24. This Gear has one use and one use only! It is your Basic Research Speed Gear and will help you take down the time on your Research timers to speed the process up.

Hermes’ Winged Set
This gear can also be crafted and equipped at Hero level 24. This gear has two notable functions. This gear will help with March Speed and Troop Load. Players who are big wonder players or attackers will get more use out of this gear for the speed. If you are a player who collects a lot of their resources from tiles the big use will be increasing your troop load.
Other Gear
Below, we will cover other pieces of Gear that are not necessarily parts of a set. These gear pieces typically require lower-level heroes and give some good boosts for different functions dependent on what you are looking for. In addition, when looking for different stats, if you are able to craft legendary on some of this gear before other pieces, then it may be more beneficial to you. Below, we have broken down this additional gear into groupings by piece.
Other Helms
Other Helms include your Dark Crown, Warrior Casket, and Engineer Helm.
Notable stats provided by these helms include:

Wood Production – Dark Crown
Construction Time Reduction – Engineer Helm

Other Armors
Other Armor includes the Dark Cape, Battle Plate, and Rugged Tunic.
Notable stats from Other Armors include:

Research Speed – Dark Cape
Silver Production – Dark Cape

Other Feet and Weapons
There is only one Foot Armor that was not covered in the sets above. The War Boots offer some attack, defense, and speed stats. These stats are great for individuals with lower-level heroes.
Other Weapons include the Earth Splitter, Iron Spear, Master Dagger, and Sharpsword.
Notable stats you will find in these weapons are:

Stone Production – Earth Splitter
Wood Production – Iron Spear
Ore Production – Master Dagger
Training Speed – Sharpsword

Other Accessories
Other Accessories include Brawler Gloves, Noxious Dagger, and Family Ring.
Notable Stats in these Accessories include:

Gathering Speed – Brawler Gloves
Hero Attack Bonus – Noxious Dagger
Food Production – Family Ring

Commonly asked Gear Question
Should I wait until I can craft Legendary gear to craft? 
That depends. If you are planning on purchasing more to get more materials, then yes. However, if you feel that you will not be able to get more materials in a timely fashion, then you can craft at a lower grade and later work to get more stats in your gear by collecting over time.
How many materials of this color do I need to be able to get a legendary material?
Combining can take a lot in the Dragon War Dimension due to the fact that we do not have the Combine All function. Sometimes when we are combining, we begin to wonder exactly how long it will take until we are going to get a legendary material. Here’s that information:
For example, to get a White Material using Grey Material, you need 4 Grey Materials. To get a Gold material using Grey Materials, you need 1024 Grey Materials.

Should I craft at less then 100%? 
That is completely up to you. You definitely can, and at 80% you have a high likelihood of obtaining the color you are crafting for. However, if you are worried about taking chances and not getting Gear at the quality you want, then you should definitely wait for that 100%.
Should I use gear sets or do a mix match of gear? 
Once again, this is something that is player preference; however, consider any set bonuses that may exist with equipped gear when making this decision. Many traps enjoy cobbling together gear sets and picking and choosing their stats in place of picking a set. For example, my current gear includes pieces from Sentinel, War Boots, and Demigod Fire set. When looking at stats I am getting with my gear, it was carefully crafted to ensure that I was getting the stats that my individual account needed.
Athena’s Armory
Athena’s Armory is another essential part of gear. This building, when unlocked, provides different bonuses for having different sets of gear. However, you do not need to have the gear equipped. Set bonuses are now offered at various gear levels if you have the gear in your inventory. The Bonuses shown below are at the Legendary Level.

Gear provides a lot of stats in the Dragon Dimension, so make sure you are in the know on what gear is out there and that you are equipping the best for your build. Questions or thoughts? Comment below!
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A Dragonville City Walkthrough

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Welcome to your Dragon City. While many features are similar to ones that we are used to there are also some unique ones as well. In this Guide, we will cover your Dragonville City and include all the information you need to know as you work on your setup.
We have heard the Dragon War Dimension called many things. Among the community, it has been known as “the basement,” “Dragonville,” “the Toothless Realm” (if you do not get this reference, go watch How to Train your Dragon… now), and much more. Whatever you choose to call the Dragon War Realm, it has sparked many players’ interest. Therefore, Teamrealtips will work to get guides out to you so that you can be successful as you build your city among the dragons.
A City Walkthrough
For this guide, we will be walking through the city and exploring each building and its functions. Some will be familiar, others may be new, but hopefully we will be able to give you a basic understanding of what is going on in your Dragon City.
Dragon’s Den
The Dragon’s Den is one of the very first buildings you encounter when beginning your Dragonville account. This is where your Dragon will reside. I named mine Ruby, so Ruby lives in her Den in my Dragon City.
One thing that most players have noted is that if you are not currently able to level up your Dragon, it may be better to wait to hatch it. Dragon Level Up Crystals are only available in packs, and the higher levels can be costly.
We talked some about the Dragon’s Den in Enter The Dragon Dimension. More information can be found there, but we will cover some of the basics here as well.
Dragon Facts

Leveling up your Dragon Costs Dragon Level Up Crystals.
Your Dragon has HP (Hit Points), and takes damage like your Troops do.
As HP decreases in Combat, Attack and Defense boosts will decrease with it.
Your Dragon’s stats can be customized utilizing a skill tree.
Your Dragon can join Rallies and Marches and will assist in Combat.
The Dragon must be at 100% HP to participate in Rallies or Marches.
You can send up to 9 Dragons per Rally.
Your Dragon can occupy and defend your Empire, Resource Tiles, Wonder, etc.
Your Dragon will naturally heal itself over time while it rests in the Dragon’s Den.
Instant Heal Items can be found in Special Sales.

This building maxes out at Level 2. Benefits provided by this building are:

Dragon Reinforcement Capacity: 9
Dragon March Size: 1
Dragon Rally Size: 10

The Dungeon
Every good city needs a dungeon! Where else would the monsters lurk? You certainly do not want them out among the common folks, they frighten easily. The Dungeon is your access point for your Speed Dungeon and your Explorer Dungeon. The Dungeon stays at level 1 and does not go to a higher level.
Speed Dungeon
The Speed Dungeon, we are familiar with. It is where we go to kill our Lightning Shardbeast. This beast will drop not only Speed Up items, but resources, making it a valuable asset to our cities. In addition, there have now been special dungeons added for gems and the black market, so be sure to check out that dungeon as it contains valuable treasures.
Explorer Dungeon
The Explorer Dungeon is not yet available. It is there, but is not something we have been able to access at this point. However, if it is similar to the Explorer Dungeon of the past, it will offer very helpful rewards for slaying the monsters that lie within.
Black Market
The Black Market is new to Dragonville. It needs to be unlocked, but unlike our Black Market in the Demigod Dimension, the Unlock is free. Here, you can buy different items for your Dragon City utilizing Black Market coins. These can be obtained through the Gold Store and by participating in special Black Market Events.
The Portal is where you travel between the Demigod Dimension and the “basement.” It only levels to one and its sole use is to transport you between dimensions.

The Stronghold is the center of your city. The level of your Stronghold determines most of what you are able to do and what buildings you can unlock. In addition, tapping on your Stronghold will also give you an overview of your city’s economy. The Stronghold in Dragonville currently goes to Level 30.
Stronghold Benefits
Below, you can see what benefits you receive at each Stronghold Level. Certain buildings that are dependent on your Stronghold Level are listed as well, so that you can see when these open.

wdt_ID Level Payout

Alliance Help Max: +1March Size: 1KMarch Slots: +1

March Size: 2K

Alliance Helps Max: +1March Size: 3KBarracks

March Size: 4K

Alliance Help Max: +1March Size: 5KGymnos

March Size: 6KMarch Slots: +1Embassy

Alliance Help Max: +1March Size: 9K

March Size: 8KMarketplace

Alliance Help Max: +1March Size: 9K

March Size: 10KForge

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The Academy
The Academy is where you complete research. Currently, we have four research trees in Dragonville:

Wall Traps

Upgrading your academy speeds up your research and also allows access to new improvements for your city. Research does add good stats to your setup, but also gives a substantial increase in Power, so if you want to stay low-power, be aware of the power that is being added by your research.
Dragonville Academy Details

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Hall of War
The Hall of War comes with its own set of abilities. This is where your rallies gather and leave from within your city, and we all love a good rally. The War is led by the Hero of the Player who initiated the Rally. By increasing the level of your Hall of War, you can increase the number of troops you can send in a given Rally at a time.
Hall of War Details

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The Embassy allows you to get reinforcements from your fellow Alliance members. The owners of reinforcment Troops pay for their own upkeep. This is an important building that helps you to defend against attacks! Increasing the level of this building will allow you to get more reinforcements from your fellow Alliance members.
Embassy Details

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The Prison does not open until Stronghold Level 15. At this point, your Hero is now able to be captured and you can capture the Heroes of your Attackers. Upgrading your Prison will decrease the amount of time you need to hold your enemies heroes before being able to execute. In addition, by holding Heroes in your prison, you are able to gain additional Attack benefits based off the Level of the Prisoner. You receive these benefits at Prison Level 30.

Highest Prisoner Level 1~19- All Troop Attack 1%
Highest Prisoner Level 20~24- All Troop Attack 2%
Highest Prisoner Level 25-29- All Troop Attack 4%
Highest Prisoner Level 30~34- All Troop Attack 7%
Highest Prisoner Level 35~39- All Troop Attack 11%
Highest Prisoner Level 40~44- All Troop Attack 16%
Highest Prisoner Level 45~49- All Troop Attack 22%
Highest Prisoner Level 50+- All Troop Attack 30%

The Altar opens at Stronghold 20. This building works hand-in-hand with your Prison, as you cannot execute the Heroes in your Prison until you have an Altar. In addition, the Altar provides some great benefits when your Altar Boost is active.
Altar Details

LevelAttack (%)Troop Defense Bonus (%)Health (%)Speed (%)































The Gymnos is all about your Hero. The purpose of this building is to give your Hero an XP Bonus and to retain XP for descendant Heroes. The higher the level of this building, the better your Hero XP modifier. If you are looking for XP for your Hero leveling, this building is super important.
Gymnos Details

LevelHero XP Modifier (%)Hero XP Retention (%)LevelHero XP Modifier (%)Hero XP Retention (%)
















Our next building is the Marketplace. This building will allow you to send resources to other Alliance Members. By leveling up your Marketplace, you can increase the amount of help you can send your fellow Alliance Member and decrease the tax that you pay when sending Help. If you like to share in the wealth, this building will be a huge help.
Cinder’s Sneaky Tip: One of the reasons I love the marketplace is that if I am looking for an Alliance Mate, and they are not online, I can simply send a march of resources to them and follow the march! This could also be used for other… ummmm… covert missions. 
The Storehouse protects a portion of your resources from enemy attacks. A higher-level Storehouse will protect more resources. So if you want to keep your resources safe when you are being attacked, be sure to upgrade this building.
The Forge
Let’s be honest, this is my favorite building. Here is where you will combine materials and craft gear. You can also combine Gems here or collectibles. Leveling up the Forge will give you benefits as well, including Normal Equipment Crafting Cost Reduction, and at Level 21 you unlock your second accessory slot for gear.
The Watchtower warns you of all incoming marches targeting your city and your city’s encampments. Leveling up this building will give you further details as you progress.
Watchtower Details

LevelWatchtower Abilities

1Warns of incoming marches on your Empire, resource tiles you occupy, or Wonders under your control.

5Tells you the purpose of the March (Attack, Trade, etc)

10Tells you the name of the player sending the March and provides coordinates to the player.

15Tells you the arrival time of a March.

20Tells you the Guild of the Player sending the March.

25Gives an estimate of the total troops in the March.

30Tells you the troop types in an incoming attack.

Barracks, Hospitals, and Villas, oh my!
Traditionally we are used to our Barracks, Hospitals, and Villas offering set stats. However, in Dragonville, this is different. Barracks are where we train our troops, but here they no longer offer Health or Defense. Barracks give bonuses for training. By increasing the number of Barracks and the level, you can increase the number of troops you can train at once and decrease the cost.
The Hospital no longer gives Health or Defense benefits, either. The level and number of hospitals you have, however, does control how many beds you have. If you want to set up so that more troops go to the hospital than die, you will want to build more hospitals and level them up.
Finally, we have Villas. The Villas are still for production of Silver, but they also offer a Troop Defense Bonus. This benefit starts at Level 10 and increases with the number of Villas you have.
Villa Details

LevelTroop Defense Bonus (%)Level Troop Defense Bonus (%)












Farms, Logging Camps, Quarry, and Mine
These are where you create the rest of your resources needed to complete functions within the Dragon Realm. By increasing the level of these buildings, you can increase the amount of resources that you produce. In addition, by increasing the level of these buildings, you can increase your holding capacity for these resources. If you have more resources than your Empire Capacity, your RSS buildings will stop producing.
Gear Workshop
The Gear Workshop has been added into the Dragon Dimension. Here you are able to upgrade your gear using Iron Scraps. However, in order to be able to utilize your Gear Workshop to its full potential it is necessary to upgrade it first.
This building requires Gear Workshop Blueprints to upgrade. We have put together details on upgrade costs for you to help when deciding on which packs to purchase. The total cost to upgrade this Building to max at 5 is 200 Blueprints.

wdt_ID Level Benefit Cost

Upgrade Common Gear to Uncommon Quality
20 Blueprints

Upgrade Uncommon Gear to Rare Quality
40 Blueprints

Upgrade Rare Gear to Epic Quality
60 Blueprints

Upgrade Epic Gear to Legendary Quality
80 Blueprints

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Athena’s Armory
Athena’s Armory is another building that has been added to our landscape. Here we can receive different bonuses from the sets of gear available in your inventory. By unlocking the different levels of this building you can receive bonuses even if you do not have the gear crafted at Legendary. However, note that upgrading the Armory adds a lot of power and is costly. In order to fully upgrade the Armory you need 500 Armory Blueprints.

wdt_ID Level Benefit Cost

Unlock Set Bonuses up to Basic
20 Blueprints

Unlock Set Bonuses up to Common
40 Blueprints

Unlock Set Bonuses up to Uncommon
60 Blueprints

Unlock Set Bonuses up to Rare
80 Blueprints

Unlock Set Bonuses up to Epic
300 Blueprints

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Mercenary Training Grounds
The Mercenary Training Grounds currently house one mythical Creature. When this feature is unlocked you are able to train Dragon Caravan creatures. These troops have been referred to as “Super Farmers” by many players. Their best use is for gathering and they are not intended for defense or attack. This building maxes at level 1.
Hero Hall
We also now have a Hero Hall. This is where you are able to manage the Heroes you have in the Dragon War Dimension. There are currently two Heroes available to players here. Hero 1 and Hero 2. We will cover more information on the Heroes in a later Article.
Banner Stand
The Banner Stand has come to grace your Dragon War Dimension City. Currently there are only four banners available in the Dragon War Dimension.
Dragon War Dimension Banners:

Dragon War Dimension Infantry Banner: Infantry Troop Defense and Infantry Troop Attack
Dragon War Dimension Ranged Banner: Ranged Troop Attack and Ranged Troop Defense
Dragon War Dimension Cavalry Banner: Cavalry Troop Attack and Cavalry Troop Defense
Dragon War Dimension Troop Banner: Troop Attack and Troop Defense

The first three banners listed are available in the Gold Store and the final banner is part of a Rewards program similar to what we have seen in Demigod in the past. Before deciding on purchasing Banners be sure to check the level available in the Gold store as at lower levels these banner stats are very small. In order for the stats to be more valuable you will need multiple banners to combine in your forge.
There are so many more features in Dragonville that Teamrealtips is working to find out more about so we can continue to bring you the best information possible. As buildings are added and we continue to learn more, we will keep this guide updated with the latest information possible.
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Demigod Realm Banners

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Since the release of Demigod Realm, and then Dragon Realm, it can seem very overwhelming to pick which banner is best for you. While RealTips has a spreadsheet listing all banners, this post will serve as an active guide to sorting out which banner is best for you.
Attacking Banners
These banners and gems are the best for solo attacks, not Rallies. The most important stat you want to look for is the Troop, Trap, Mythic, Mercenary (TTMM) Attack. Besides the attack, you want to prioritize the TTMM Health and the TTMM Defense Debuff.  Due to the fact that the defending troop counts are much larger than the incoming march, Defense Debuff is better to use when soloing.

Demigods The One Regalia Banner
Demigod The Ones Supreme Banner
Demigod Rampage Banner
Demigod Vantage

Rally Attack Banners 
When Rallying targets, you need, once again, to stack as much attack as possible to try and get through the wall traps. But here, you can also add Rally Attack.

Demigods The One Regalia Banner
Demigod The Ones Supreme Banner
Demigod Rampage Banner
Demigod Vantage

Defending Banners
In the Demigod Realm, it is almost unheard of for players to capture a hero. The attack needed to kill the entire incoming march is just not there, unless a really weak account is hitting a really strong account. TTMM Attack and TTMM Defense can both be used to defend successfully.  Back up your attack and defense with Health and Attack Debuff

Demigod Helmsplitter Banner
Demigod Victory Banner
Demigod Reflective Armor Banner
Demigod Rampage Banner
Dragon War Dimension DragonSlayer Banner

Wonder Banners
Wonders can be a little more tricky to figure out, as you need to  both attack the wonder and hold the wonder. When attacking the wonder, you want to make sure that you are using as much attack as possible, and Rally Attack when it applies. Furthermore, when holding the Wonder, you still need attack, but also add Wonder Holding Attack as a priority, as well as Health Debuff. The debuff is more potent in Wonder scenarios because the troop counts are equal for both attacking and holding the wonder.

Demigod the Ones Regalia Banner
Demigods Supreme Banner
Demigod Rampage Banner
Dragon War Dimension Dragonscale Banner

As always, only you are going to know what’s best for your account. Get out there and test your banners to see which one works best for your city!
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Hero Guide- Be Extraordinary

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Are you strong enough to lead your army, or a smart enough tactician to defend your Stronghold? Every battle has a hero that stands out and rises above the rest. Does your hero have what it takes?
Meet The Heroes
Spartan Hero
We, of course, cannot discuss Demigods without a new hero with Demigod stats to protect our city. Upon the release of Demigods, we also received the Spartan Hero. This is our hero for everything Demigod.
Facts about your Spartan Hero:

Leveling your Spartan to 50 is easy once the hero is unlocked, as it requires only Hero XP.
The Spartan Hero tree resembles the original hero tree from the beginning of the game.
Spartan Hero Tree includes skills for:

Food Upkeep
Demigod Combat Stats
Core High Range Boost
Demigod Wonder Stats
Overlimit March Size

The points given for skills are very limited and therefore must be used wisely.

Valkyrie Hero
Facts about your Valkyrie Hero:

As with the Spartan hero, no Leveling Hilts are needed until level 50.

Valkyrie Hero Tree includes skills for:

Demigod Combat Stats
Food Upkeep
Training Cost Reduction
Research Cost Reduction
Economy Blessing Modifier
Combat Blessing Modifier
Crafting Core High Range Boost

This is a hero you will definitely want to use for Core Crafting.
This is your only Demigod Hero with Blessing Modifiers.

Demigod Frost King
Facts about your Frost King Hero:

Frost King Hero Skills Include

Demigod Combat Skills
Construction Cost Reduction
Upkeep Reduction
Research Cost Reduction
Overlimit March Size

This Hero has some great debuffs and Econ Stats.

Demigod Sapphire Hero
Facts about your Sapphire Hero:

Sapphire Hero Skills Include:

Demigod Combat Skills
Training Resource Cost Reduction
Upkeep Reduction
March Speed
Overlimit March Size
Mercenary Stats

If you are T5- and T6-based, this is a hero you will definitely want to look into for its T5 and T6 Specific Stats.

Demigod Azure Knight Hero

Facts about your Azure Knight Hero:

This Hero provides various Combat Stats, however, these will become more useful as this Hero’s level is increased
This Hero will be your Standout Hero if you are completing Pantheon Research. Be sure to skill it to reduce your T1, T2, and T3 RSS costs.

Beryl Warrior Hero

Facts about your Beryl Warrior Hero:

Currently the stats on this hero are somewhat lacking, however, like previous heroes we can expect these to improve as the Hero Level is increased.
One of the biggest uses from this Hero right now will be for RSS Reduction for Combat and Defense Research

Hero Level
Let’s look at Hero levels from each side:
Attack and Wonder
As a lead player, you want your hero to be the highest level possible. Hero levels give great boosts in attack and health.
If your goal is just defense so that you can unshield, your hero should definitely be leveled as high as possible. However, many of us old-school traps know that there used to be more strategy regarding whether or not you level up your hero. We are left wondering if, with Demigods, some of this strategy will return. For traps, hero level used to be key because if your hero level was too high, leads would not hit.
All of these need to be taken into account when choosing whether or not to level your hero:

Is the cost of this feature realistic for me?
Are the stats worth the possible decreased hits due to hero level?
If I choose not to level up, where else can I get stats that I am missing from hero levels?

Skilling of the Hero Tree
Skilling is no longer as simple as it was with previous heroes. We do not have massive amounts of skill points to allocate wherever we want, and it is not cut-and-dry “start at the bottom and work your way up.” Your points need to be very well-planned.
Things to Consider when Skilling:

In order to put just one point in the bottom skill, you must use 24 points.
Just because you unlock a box doesn’t mean you can max that skill; you must be a certain hero level to max the skill.
Points are very limited (below, we will cover hero costs and points).
Hero Presets do not open until VIP 1305.
Hero Preset items are very rare and difficult to get, which makes using this feature difficult.

There are multiple factors to consider when skilling your hero. On the defense and attack side, skilling for attack will be very important. Here at Teamrealtips, we recommend skilling using a setup even the current Emperor, Huckster (73V) uses!
The theory with this skilling setup is that you provide max protection for your traps, which die first and max attack for traps because they are a huge factor. You want your points for trap defense and attack as high as possible and then use any leftover points in a troop attack slot. Attack is currently important for defense players, as it allows them to kill more of their Attacker’s march.
Which Hero
With the multitude of Heroes, at times choosing the right hero to use can be difficult. We have created a table for the heroes so you can look at a side-by-side comparison of their stats. We will look at Combat Stats and Economy Stats. The number in the table is what the Hero offers at max skilled level. So be aware that, depending on your Hero Level, you may still need to make adjustments for yourself.
Demigod Combat Stats
Demigod Economy Stats
Demigod Overlimit March Stats
Demigod Debuffs
The Other Heroes
WIth Demigods resetting the game, are all of those other heroes irrelevant? Mostly, but not completely. If you plan on hitting any monsters, your Demigod Hero has no skills for this, so using your original hero is best for this function.
Bait traps! Toss your old hero on with old gear and swap that hero! With the expense of gear presets for those who love bait trapping, this brings a whole new level of strategy.
We have heard of many other uses for your Hero out there. People are using this hero for cost reductions with powering up and more! So be sure to check the Eco stats on your Original Hero and see how it can help you.
Hero Garrison
While the Hero Garrison is still in your city there is currently no demigod stats included here. Therefore, this is a feature you do not need to factor into your calculations.
Equip Your Hero
Now that your trees are skilled, equip your hero with the best gear possible. For a list of the best gear, check out our Gear Guide.
With the massive update, your hero will need to be at the top of his game to survive. Do you have what it takes?
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How to Pick Gear That’s Right for You

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How many times have you logged in and seen the question, “What’s the best gear right now?” Anyone that has played Game of War for long enough will know that there is never a One-Size-Fits-All answer to that question. No two accounts are the same. Therefore, this article will be teaching everyone How to Pick Gear That’s Right for You. Only you know what your account’s strengths and weaknesses are, so whats best for you may not be best for someone else.
First, lets take a look at some of the different defense-related stats in the gear and learn what they mean

Defense is how well your troops can defend against an attack.
Health is how long your troops can last while defending.
Attack Debuff decreases Attack of the city that is hitting you.
Embassy Attack/Defense/Health are only active if you receive reinforcements.
Empire Defending Attack/Defense only applies when you are defending.

There will always be specialty trap set-ups, and each of them have their own ways to build stats. The most important thing to remember is that stats that affect your troops are going to be better than stats that affect the attacker’s troops. In other words, boosting defense will almost always be better than boosting attack debuff, since the attack debuff only changes the attacker’s strength. So, when picking gear for Defending, you want to make sure that you are choosing gear with the highest Defense and Health. Also, since no one is able to kill a full march in the Demigod Realm, Attack stats are important for killing more of the incoming march.
Examples of Defending Gear in the Demigod Realm:

Conqueror Guilded Gear Set
Champion Storm Gear Set
Bastion Gear (original Demigod release gear, and out of date)

Examples of Defending Gear in Dragon Realm:

Sentinel’s Gear Set
Hunter’s Gear Set (Monster Set with good defensive stats)
Arbiters Helm, Armor, and Feet

If you are picking Attack Gear, the obvious choice is to always choose the highest attack percentage available in the gear piece. Just like when you are defending, there are a few different ways to set your gear up.

Attack Bonus is the strength of your troops when you hit another city.
Assault Attack/Defense/Health (Dragon Realm) only applies while you are attacking.
Defense Debuff reduces the strength of the defending player’s troops.
Rally Attack/Health (Demigod Realm) is attack that is added when you are the Leader of a Rally.
Type Attack is attack that is added specifically to each individual type of troop: Calvary, Infantry, Range.

If you are a Rally Lead, then you would want to prioritize Attack and Rally Attack. Solo attacks would not benefit from Rally Attack at all, but Type Attack could be useful, especially when sending missiles. Then once you have maxed the amount of attacks, you could focus on Debuffs. Because the Dragon Realm does not have Debuff or Rally Stats yet, you would want to try to build your Assault stats or Type Attack when attacking other cities.
Examples of Demigod Attack Gear:

Conqueror Fire Gear Set
Champion Chaos Gear Set

Examples of Dragon Realm Attack Gear:

Arbiter’s Gear Set
Assassin Gear Set

Wonder Battles
Wonders can be pretty intricate. Sometimes Attack gear pieces can outperform Wonder gear pieces, and it also depends on what the player you are competing with is wearing. So, we will just go over some of the stats found in Wonder gear and what they are for. Also, since the Dragon Realm does not currently have a specialty Wonder gear set, then you would pick gear based on highest attack and health.

Wonder Holding Attack/Health only applies when you have taken the Wonder and are defending against incoming attacks.
Wonder Rally Attack will only apply if you are the player that is attacking the Wonder.

Since there are so many different setups, the best way to figure out what works best is to constantly test.
Examples of Gear with Wonder stats in Demigod Realm:

Conqueror Centurian Gear Set
Champion Risque Gown
Champion Jester Hood
Champion Riding Guards
Champion Corrupted Heart
Champion Bloodstone Guantlets

Rounding Out Gear Selections
Now that you know how to pick your gear, make sure you link to our Demigod Gear Article so you know the latest gear to choose from. We will have a Dragon War Dimension article coming soon!
Remember that this article is just a guide for stats that are found in Gear only, and how to chose them to suit your city. There are many, many, many more stats in the game and many more places to obtain them from, such as boosts. This post is just a starting point for choosing gear, and with everything we have gone over, only YOU can figure out which gear is best for YOUR setup. Always test your setup and gear, don’t be afraid to drop your shield, and always reach out and ask questions if you ever need help.
Burn and Learn!!
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Dragonville Trapping

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Welcome to the Dragon War Dimension. Or, as many call it, Downstairs, Toothless, Dragonville and more! Players have been having some fun in this dimension and it has brought a new level of strategy to the playing field.
The “Toothless” Dimension is a favorite for many players as it reminds us of old school Game of War. Along with it, we have so many possibilities when it comes to trapping. Today, we will be covering trapping in Dragonville and some of the basics regarding trapping. Many players have frequently asked questions when it comes to trapping and we will aim to cover all of those here.
Trapping 101
Welcome to Trapping 101. For a long time trapping has been unique, and a long time ago power became irrelevant to some degree in trapping. However, it is relevant when it comes to trapping in the Dragon Dimension. So there are some basic things you need to know before you start building in this realm.

Power is relevant in the world of trapping again, so there are some basic things you will want to watch that will give you a lot of power when you are trying to stay low power.

Hero Level – Hero Levels give a lot of power: at level 40, your total hero power will equal 2.03 million.
Empire Quests – Collecting Empire Quests will give a ton of power. Before you know it, you can have millions in power just from quests. So while at times the rewards can be tempting, this is something you will want to be cautious about.
Research – Carefully plan out what research you want and need to complete. Research gives added power, so if it is not necessary, do not do it.
Cinder’s Research Tip: Rewards Research does not give any added power. 
Buildings – Buildings are another thing that add power, so be wise with building levels and outer buildings. If you can’t produce enough for it to be worth it anyway, then there really is no need to have 20 farms, and they will just increase your power.
Watch your Hospitals – If you want to use hospitals in your build, keep a close eye on them. At level 20, a hospital will give 20-million-plus Hero XP. This will jump your hero level quickly, and cause an increase in power. If you want to use hospitals in your build, consider keeping them lower then level 20.

Know how you want to trap.

Low-level trap – This is a trap that is a low level with low research and power, but high troop levels. This level trap will not be able to fight off high-level attackers, but is a good point scorer when being hit by low level attackers during KvK events.
High-level trap – This is a trap that wants to build to cap the big kids. They will build until they are able to take on the max players of the Dragon World.
Solo Trap – Do you want to take only solos and run from rallies? This will enable you to remain at a lower level; however, be cautious of being caught away with your shield down when a rally hits.
Rally Trap – Rally traps can take solos and rallies. These will be larger accounts and may not get as many hits, but rally trapping is always exciting!
Get Creative – These are some of the more common ways to trap, but don’t be scared to get creative! The sky is the limit, and if it works, there is nothing wrong with it.

Know what stats you need and where you will need to get them from.

The Science of Trapping
Trapping involves some science, as we like to call it. There are some basic stats that you will need to focus in on in the Dragon Realm, and many of these are similar to stats we have previously seen in Game of War. Each stat has its own unique role in trapping, and there is a science to building in a manner that works for you.
Common Trap Problems and How to Fix Them
Problem: I can kill off my attacker’s march, but I am still burning and losing.
Solution: Look at your Defense stats and Health stats. When looking at stats in trapping, Defense will help you to be able to lose fewer troops and win. There are a few places you can get Defense, including Research, Gear (Sentinel’s Gear is a good place to look), Gems, and Villas (Level 10 and up). Health stats can be found in Research, Hero, Gear, and Gems. If you are struggling to find more defense stats then look into adding more troops.
Problem: I win, but I cannot cap my attacker’s Hero.
Solution: In this case, you are struggling to kill off your attacker’s march. You need more Attack Stats. Attack is what helps your troops kill off your attacker’s march. So while many traps just focus on defense, this will leave you lacking. Some of the places to find Attack in the game are Research, Gear (check our Arbiter’s Gear), Gems, and Hero Abilities. Once again, if you can’t add more attack, consider adding more troops.
Problem: What troops should I use?
Solution: Unfortunately, there is a myth out there that certain troops tiers are inherently bad and T2 will send you up in flames like kindling. This is not the case. While that does not mean you should go out there and spam-build T1 traps, it does open up the board for discussion when it comes to this. We will explore troops more below.
Troop Science
We had some help from our friend Cheminem, who compiled the following information! We thank him so much for the time and effort he put into testing to help benefit the community.
Chem took some time to test the different troops. Since we are going to do a little science, we will look at this like a science experiment.
Purpose: To see the differences using different Troop tiers for defense.
Hypothesis: Different Troops will react differently based on their tier to an attack.
Method: In order to control the results of the test, the troop power remained the same for each test. Each defense used 70k power’s worth of troops for each tier. Troops were put in an encampment, and then attacked to see how they would react to each individual attack.
Discussion: You can see from the chart above that with each Tier there were differences. For example, switching from T1 to T2 meat reduced losses by a significant amount. In addition, the number of kills went up significantly as troop tiers increased. This means that if you have two traps and both are identical in power, but one is all T1 and one is all T2, the T2 trap will kill even more of the attacker’s march. This information will become more and more significant as players open more troop tiers. Looking at this data, what tier troop would you choose to use?
What does this mean in Non-Chem Geek Speak? There are different factors that we will need to look at here, but if you look at it from a purely mathematical perspective, it makes sense to use the highest tier you have. However, looking at trapping as an art will make us question this, as players with a higher level account may get a reduced number of hits. While you can use lower tiers, you will have to amass more of these to be able to be more effective. It is clear that as troop tier increases, you can kill more of your attacker’s march and reduce your own losses.
Dragon Science
Unfortunately, there is currently not a lot of science concerning the Dragon. Currently, your best bet as a trap is to get your Dragon out of the way. Whether that means you ghost rally it or send it to raze an inactive account, you do not want to take hits with your Dragon home. If you have not yet hatched your Dragon, I would recommend not doing so.
Example Set-Ups
As mentioned previously, there are different setups you can use when building your trap. Below, we will give some examples of successful setups. Thank you to those provided me with reports and information surrounding their setup!!
Setup 1
This is actually my own setup. My account is a SH 10 with low research and high troop count. I have focused on a combination of defense and attack stats. My account is built to be hit by solos coming from small attackers, and is quite effective in taking these hits. However, being a small T2 trap, it is not very effective against larger attackers and will burn quite freely to a T4 hit. Here is an example of a successful defense.

Setup 2
The next setup belongs to HungryStick from D:V. He is SH 20 with high research and troop power. As he is well-known in his kingdom, he does not get many hits there, but he does well in KvK events. He uses T3 to defend and can successfully defend against larger attackers.

Setup 3
Our final example setup is from FinsUp in D:V. He has been building to be able to take rallies from large players. He is running a mix of T2 and T3 troops. He gave us some of his reports and we pulled one where he was soloed by a max player.
Wrapping it Up
Trapping is something very unique to the individual. Being able to take a hit and successfully defend is not always easy but when you are able to be successful it is a blast. Trapping is a bond that many Game of War players share in our sub-community. We have shared some of the science behind it here today, but there are so many more avenues to explore in trapping in the Dragon Realm. What is your favorite part of trapping? Comment below!
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