Konoro Kingdom - Game FAQ

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Here are some commonly asked questions about Konoro game play. For more answers see the forum

How do I get more than 1 explorer?

What do the different sized building slots do?

How do I join a Clan?

How do I make another settlement?

How do I increase my population?

Why does my food income keep going down?

Do I need to repeat research when I get a new settlement?

How do I get a leader for my settlement?

What effect do the different seasons and weathers make to the game?

How do I conquer another settlement?

How do I use jewels and how can I get more?

How do I get more than 1 explorer?

Once you have successfully settled or conquered another village, you will get the option of building another explorer.

There is only one explorer allowed per settlement. If for any reason your explorer dies you can train another in the Hall.

What do the different sized building slots do?

Some buildings can only be built on larger slots, others are limited in size when built on a smaller slot but can be upgraded fully when on a larger slot. There are some buildings that can be fully upgraded on a small slot. For more details see the Building List

How do I join a Clan?

If you wish to join a clan that has already been established you should politely ask a member to send you an invite. To accept an invite you must have built a statehouse.

More clan functions become available as you upgrade it, including starting your own clan.

How do I make another settlement?

To settle a new village you will need to meet total population requirements, the amount you need is displayed in your settlement's Hall.

First locate the square you wish to settle on. Viewing the terrain will tell you what starting resources you will get once settled there.

The 'Settle Here' tab will show you what you need to settle there and give you the option to send extra resources. You will need enough carts to transport the resources needed for a new settlement and enough settlers for that terrain type. You can train settlers in your Hall Building.

It is a good idea to build your second village close to your first so you can transfer resources easily.

How do I increase my population?

To increase your population, you will need to upgrade the stages of your building. It is recommended that you build your resource fields first as this will increase your production. Raiding other players is another good way of collecting resources to use on upgrading buildings.

Why does my food income keep going down?

Your food is used to feed your villagers and troops in your village. So for every population you have your food income will decrease by one. This is also true of troops you train. For example if you produce 200 food an hour but you have 50 population and 50 troops then you will be getting 100 food per hour.

Do I need to repeat research when I get a new settlement?

No. Research applies to all your settlements for always. Why would you not share your knowledge with your own people? Madness!

Once you have researched something you will keep that research till the end of the game, even if you lose the buildings used to do the research or even the whole settlement it was researched in.

How do I get a leader for my settlement?

Different leader types need different buildings before you can promote them and there are some leader types only available to certain races. Requirements can be found in the Leader Guide

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What effect do the different seasons and weathers make to the game?

At the time of writing this weather effects have not been implemented. They are for atmosphere only, sorry.

Weather will eventually have minor effects on defending, attacking and resource production.

How do I conquer another settlement?

To conquer somewhere else you must launch a full out attack and include at least one Priest. (Magi, Cleric or Shaman).

Each settlement has a Fealty, if your preist reduces this to zero you gain control of the settlement.

To reduce Fealty you must win the battle. The amount of Fealty you reduce it by depends on some buildings and how many Priests you send amongst other factors.

Fealty recovers slowly. This is sped up by some buildings, leader skills and by holding parties for your 'loyal' subjects.

When you conqour somewhere all race specific buildings are destroyed. A conquered settlement can not produce Priests.

How do I use jewels and how can I get more?

Jewels can be used in various places thoughout the game to speed things up or rearrange things also by clicking on the Deluxe button (near top left of screen) you get options to spend Jewels for assorted bonuses.

If you whip your workers your settlements will be easier to conquer but if you pay for extra rations your people will be more loyal.

Currently the game is still under development so we do not charge you for anything. You get 5 free Jewels every week.

You can gain another 7 jewels a week by voting for Konoro each day on a selected browser game list. Until you vote the Deluxe Button is replaced by a flashing 'Vote Now' icon to remind you to vote.

We also hold occasional forum events for Jewels and sometimes award Jewels to players that report bugs.