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"A god from the machine" ~ Menander
A machine is an object constructed of several parts that assists in the performance of a task. The machinery technology allows construction of fairly complex machines with metal components that store, modify and transmit energy in a useful fashion. A windmill is a machine of this type, as is a printing press. Man has used primitive machines throughout much of history. A bow can be considered a simply machine, as can a mortar and pestle. More complex machines came into being in the Middle Ages - at least in Europe. The Persians had windmills back in the seventh century B.C.
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Machinery increases the rate of fortified units (those units built on the walls) instantly regenerating themselves at the end of a battle. The higher level the more wall units survive. The base rate is dependant on the unit, and every upgrade increases the total rate by an amount equal to the base rate. Level 1 allows 2 times the base, and level 10 will allow 11 times the base, for example.
If an attack would reduce the remaining fortified units of that type to zero, then the base rate is reduced to 0%, and no units of that type will regenerate at all.
|Unit||Base Repair Rate|
* Towers always incur 100% loss in a losing battle
- Each level of Machinery Increases repairable rate of fortified units
- Quest: Scientific Research:
- Machinery Lv.1 Award: Gold
|2||1,200||1,400||1,600||11,000||1h 20m 00s||3x|
|3||2,400||2,800||3,200||22,000||2h 40m 00s||4x|
|4||4,800||5,600||6,400||44,000||5h 20m 00s||5x|
|5||9,600||11,200||12,800||88,000||10h 40m 00s||6x|
|6||19,200||22,400||25,600||166,000||21h 20m 00s||7x|
|7||38,400||44,800||51,200||352,000||42h 40m 00s||8x|
|8||76,800||89,600||102,400||704,000||85h 20m 00s||9x|
|9||153,600||179,200||240,800||1,408,000||170h 40m 00s||10x|
|10||307,200||358,400||409,600||2,816,000||341h 20m 00s||11x|
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