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Archery

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Archery

History[edit | edit source]

The bow and arrow were invented in Africa, perhaps as early as 50,000 BC. It took until about 3,000 BC before the first composite war bows emerged. Archers became a vital part of most Armies until about 1600 AD when superseded by gunpowder weaponry.


Importance of Archery[edit | edit source]

Archery is the most important thing to learn as you can read about in Range. The higher your archery level, the more range your archers have. This allows your archers to get free attacks on your opponents. It's great when you can eliminate half of your enemies' forces before they even have a chance to attack.

General Information[edit | edit source]

  • Each level of Archery increases shooting range by 5%
  • Requires:
  • Quest: Scientific Research:
    • Archery Lv.1 Award: Gold 10,000


Level Requirements Increased
Range
Lumber Stone Iron Gold Research
Time
1 800 500 600 5,000 40m 00s 5%
2 1,600 1,000 1,200 10,000 1h 20m 00s 10%
3 3,200 2,000 2,400 20,000 2h 40m 00s 15%
4 6,400 4,000 4,800 40,000 5h 20m 00s 20%
5 12,800 8,000 9,600 80,000 10h 40m 00s 25%
6 25,600 16,000 19,200 160,000 21h 20m 00s 30%
7 51,200 32,000 38,400 320,000 42h 40m 00s 35%
8 102,400 64,000 76,800 640,000 85h 20m 00s 40%
9 204,800 128,000 153,600 1,280,000 170h 40m 00s 45%
10 409,600 256,000 307,200 2,560,000 341h 20m 00s 50%

Research
AgricultureLumberingMasonryMiningMetal CastingInformaticsMilitary ScienceMilitary TraditionIron Working
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