Efficient territorial management
Efficient territorial management
Today we’re going to talk about the territory that the commander most frequently visits in the game. There are five buildings in the territory and you can produce resources by placing hero or junior in the building. Because the resources you can get vary from building to building, you have to strategically deploy hero or junior to produce them. Keep that in mind! All your resource production proceeds in your territory.
There are five buildings in every player’s territory. This is a barrack, a secret base, a mine, a lumbermill, a farm. You can produce resources by placing hero or junior in buildings.
Your hero or junior produce “Morale” in barracks. Morale is a tactical resource to support factions in Reta War, although it cannot be traded in the market. Morale applied by all commanders is counted in the morale Level of your faction. In other words, the morale Level of your faction depends on the morale you applied for. When Reta War begins, all troops in the faction will receive combat buffs according to the morale Level achieved by the faction.
Also, every NFT you place in the barracks is potentially conscripted into the Battle of Reta War.
Your hero or junior produce ‘Military Secret’ in secret base. Military secrets cannot be traded on the market, but they are tactical resources to support factions in Reta War. Military secrets supported by all commanders are counted on the spy level of your faction. In other words, the military secrets you support determine the spy level of your faction. Your faction may inform the commander of useful information depending on the spy level or weaken the enemy as Reta War progresses.
Meanwhile, NFTs deployed on Secret Base are not allowed to participate in the Battle of Reta War. However, this building offers a higher level of leader / manager buff compared to other buildings.
Your hero or junior produce ore in mines. Ore can be traded in the market using GRT. Also, you can use the ore you produce to upgrade the building or participate in Reta War to supply ore to your faction.
Your hero or junior produce wood in Lumbermill. Wood can be traded using GRT in the market. Also, you can use the woods you produce to upgrade the building or participate in Reta War to supply wood to your faction.
Your hero or junior produce food on the farm. Food can be traded using GRT in the market. Food is not available for building upgrades, but can be used to repair heroes’ damaged HP. Likewise, you can participate in Reta War and support your faction with food.
Commanders should remember that placing hero or junior in buildings has a lot to do with Reta War. Your hero or junior depends on the type and level of the building deployed to determine the number of hero or junior participating in Reta War. It can be used strategically.
In Reta Wars, the two factions determine the number of war conscripts based on the volume of resources supplied to the factions before the war begins once a day. Then, the CP finally decides which hero will participate in the battle in the order of high. Therefore, no matter which hero you choose as the leader, you may not be able to participate in the battle if the hero’s CP is too low. In addition, all junior NFT fail to participate in the war even if their CP are high. If you want Junior NFT to participate in Reta War, you have to succeed in the promotion and evolve Junior into an NFT hero.
First of all, every hero in the barracks can participate in Reta War. However, on the contrary, all heroes placed in secret bases cannot participate in Reta War. When all buildings, except barracks and secret bases, reach level 3, you can appoint your hero as the leader of the building and basically have 1 hero participate in Reta War.
In other words, if you have reached level 3 of the building and you have placed a hero and appointed a leader, eight heroes can participate in Reta War.
If you want to involve more heroes in Reta War, you should raise the level of the building. The higher the level of your building, the more heroes deployed in your Lumbermill, Mine, and Farm participate in the war. Each time the level of the building reaches level 8 and level 17, a hero participating in the war is added. But you have to keep that in mind. If a hero is not appointed as a leader and manager in the building, he will not participate in the war.
The arrangement of hero or junior
It’s time for you to place hero or junior in the building and produce resources! Choose the hero you want and place it in the building. If you place hero or junior in the building, you will produce more resources. You can place the hero or junior by clicking the button. The number of heroes or juniors that can be placed in a building depends on the level of the building. Increase the level of the building if you want to deploy a large number of heroes or juniors.
A hero or junior placed in your building automatically produces resources. When a hero or junior produces resources in a building, a certain amount of HP is damaged. When all of the hero’s physical or junior’s physical strength is exhausted, resource production is stopped, and more food is needed for the hero or junior to recover all of hero’s physical or or junior’s physical strength. In other words, you have to take care of the hero’s physical or or junior’s physical strength continuously.
The commander can increase the level of the building to gain more benefits. This means upgrading the building. You can upgrade the building if you have enough wood, ore, and the power of heroes and juniors. You have to invest a lot of time at this time, but you can upgrade the building right away without wasting time by consuming GRT. The benefits of upgrading the building are as follows.
① As you raise the level of the building, the number of heroes and juniors you can place in the building increases.
② The more you raise the level of a building, the more resources you can store in the building.
③ The amount of resources you can supply for Reta War increases.
④ The buff of the leader and manager hero you designate in the building increases.
⑤ You can have more heroes participate in Reta War depending on the level of the building.
⑥ You can withdraw more GRT per day depending on the level of the building.
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⑦ Depending on the level of the building, junior NFT can obtain more EXP.
You can check the benefits of upgrading the building in detail at the link below.
① The commander can supply resources to your faction in the Reta War by pressing the supply button. You can adjust the amount of resources you supply and view the amount of resources currently collected.
You can supply resources to your faction by clicking the supply button. You can supply resources every two hours and cannot supply resources for two hours from 10:00 AM (UTC) to 12:00 AM (UTC) when Reta War is held. You have to remember this. You can supply to factions as much as you can harvest.
② This is where the commander can know the amount of resources currently stored in the building. The amount of storage in a building is determined by the level of the building. If you have more resources than your building’s storage capacity, you can’t get that much. Take note of this!
③ This is the amount of resources you have supply to your faction in Reta War.
④ Displays the amount of resources a hero can produce in an hour in a building. Final resource production is affected by relative building levels and hero power. All types of resources are supplied daily in a fixed amount and distributed to all commanders who have deployed heroes. The amount of resources you can get is related to the number of commanders. This is a pie segmentation method, such as staking. In other words, if you have relatively stronger heroes in the building than other commanders, you can produce relatively more resources.
If you want to know more about Per Hour, you can check all the buffs in Per Hour in detail in the pop-up that appears by clicking Per Hour.
⑤ The sum of the powers of the heroes and juniors that the commander placed in the building. To increase this, you need to place a better hero or junior, raise the level of the hero or junior, or raise the level of the building to place more heroes or juniors than you have deployed.
⑥ Buffs are affected by the number of tiles your faction occupies in Reta War. The tiles of your faction have buffs that affect the production of resources, and the more tiles your faction has, the more buffs you get. You can check it out in the Battlefield Guide.
⑦ You can check the status of the heroes or juniors now. You already know that the more resources you produce, the more damaging your heroes’ HP or juniors’ HP is. You can check the physical fitness of the heroes or juniors in the building at once here.
⑧ You can harvest the resources collected by the hero or junior. If you exceed the amount of resources you can harvest at once, you don’t get the excess resources. Also, when you harvest resources, resources are automatically harvested, excluding resource fees. If you want to get more resources, you can reduce fees through Reta Staking.
⑨ You can appoint a hero or junior as the leader or manager of a building. If a hero or junior is appointed as the leader or manager of a building, hero or junior can be buffed according to the level of your building. You should appoint a powerful hero or junior as a leader or manager to produce more resources.
⑩ You send out the building hero or junior from the building. If you want to place a different hero or junior in a building or use a deployed hero or junior elsewhere, you need to get hero or junior out of the building.