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DRAGONS OF ATLANTIS: ITEM DROP LOCATIONS
These are the modifications to the locations of items in Anthropus Camps and Wildernesses to balance the distribution of items and to hopefully be more player friendly. Here are where items can currently be found in-game:
 
Great Dragon Armor:
In Anthropus Camps level 5 and higher
 
Water Dragon Armor:
In Lakes level 7 and higher
 
Stone Dragon Armor:
In Hills level 7 and higher
 
Fire Dragon Armor:
In Mountains level 7 and higher
 
Wind Dragon Armor:
In Savannahs Level 7 and higher
 
Wraith Dragon Remains:
Head - Level 7 and above Forests
Body - Level 7 and above Hills
Tail - Level 7 and above Lakes
Talons - Level 7 and above Mountains
 
Water Dragon Egg:
In Lakes level 5 and higher
 
Stone Dragon Egg:
In Hills Level 7 and higher
 
Fire Dragon Egg:
In Mountains Level 7 and higher
 
Wind Dragon Egg:
In Savannahs Level 7 and higher
 
Fangtooth Respirators:
In Lakes and Anthropus Camps Level 7 and higher
 
Glowing Mandrakes
In Hills and Anthropus Camps Level 7 and higher
 
Volcanic Runes:
In Mountains and Anthropus Camps level 7 and higher
 
Banshee Talons:
In Savannahs and Anthropus Camps level 7 and higher
 
As before, higher level Wildernesses and Anthropus Camps are more likely to yield the desired items. In addition, keep in mind that item drops are random. You can get the armor piece you want in 10 attacks, 800 and maybe more. Even if it was easy to get an egg, it may prove more difficult to get the armor or vice versa. Just remember that there is no set number of attacks needed to get items. Even if you have attacked 1,000s of camps and are getting frustrated just remember to keep trying because one day you will see that glorious battle report saying you got just what you are looking for!
 
DRAGONS OF ATLANTIS: DoA Terms and Jargon Translator:
 
Abbreviations:
AS - Ancestral Seal: These items are required to upgrade a Building to lvl 11 and 12.

ATs - Armored Transports: The advanced transport troop type. Level 6.

CG - Completion Grant: These items are required to upgrade a Building to lvl 10.

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BD - Battle Dragons: Advanced Dragon troop type. Level 7.

FM - Fire Mirrors: Advanced Ranged Attack troop type. Level 10.

FT - Fangtooths: Aquatic troop type trained exclusively in the Water Dragon Outpost.

GD - Great Dragon: Your city's primary defender.

GO - Granite Ogres: Stone troop type trained exclusively in the Stone Dragon Outpost.

LBM - Longbowmen: Basic Ranged Attack troop type. Level 4.

LJ - Lava Jaw: Fire troop type trained exclusively in the Fire Dragon Outpost.

MP - Muster Point: City building required to send troops on a march.

OP - Outpost: Player controlled secondary staging point for attacks.

OQ - Officer's Quarters: City building required to Appoint Generals.

RNG - Random Number Generator: This adjusts stat values and other factors in combat to produce more variable battle results.

SC - Science Center: City building where you perform all Research.

SD - Stone Dragon: The Great Dragon who protects your 2nd Outpost.

SDE - Stone Dragon Egg: Item needed to Create your 2nd Outpost.

SSD - Swift Strike Dragons: Basic Dragon troop type. Level 5.

WD - Water Dragon: The Great Dragon who protects your 1st Outpost.

WDE - Water Dragon Egg: Item needed to Create your 1st Outpost.
 
Jargon:
Ghosting: Sending attacks at a Player City then Recalling to trigger their Sentinel Warning and make them believe more attacks are coming then what is real.

Ping Attack: Sending an attack with only a single troop, normally used to discover defending troop counts.

RNG Monster: When you send Bowmen to Anthro territories and the Random Number Generator hits low and all your troops are killed.

Sanctuary: Feature in the Wall with which you can protect your troops from attack. This also leaves your city undefended by troops.

Scout: Sending Spies or a single troop to a target location to gather intel.

Spam Attacks: Sending multiple attack waves of a single troop each to a target location, usually for the purpose of scouting or farming items.

Wave Attacks: Sending multiple attack waves with a few thousand troops to a single location, usually for the purpose of farming resources or items.
 
Terms:
Castle (City): Your default View of the City and Field where you see your Fortress and Great Dragon is your Castle.

Cons - Conscripts: The most basic melee troop type. Level 1.

Bowmen (Bows) - Longbowmen: Basic Ranged Attack troop type. Level 4.

Fort - Fortress: Primary City building. Dictates city level, field plots, and wilderness slots.

Fangs - Fangtooths: The aquatic short ranged troops that can be made in lvl 10 Water Outpost Training Camps.

Gar(s) - Garrisons: Basic troop production building.

Hals - Halberdsmen: Pike-wielding melee troop type. Level 2.

Jaws - Lava Jaws: The high damage and long ranged troops that can be made in lvl 10 Fire Outpost Training Camps.

Minos - Minotaurs: Advanced standard melee troop type. Level 3.

Ogres - Granite Ogres: The high life defensive troops that can be made in lvl 10 Stone Outpost Training Camps.

Outpost: The City and Field Views, accessed through the Empire tab, that show your Water Dragon is the Outpost.

Swifts - Swift Strike Dragons: Basic Dragon troop type. Level 5.

HINT / PLAYING TIP
The main thing for this game is your power and quest completion. Stick with finishing the quests and you should build your city pretty well. I suggest you take a weekend to play the game in the beginning. The protection days will run out fast and if you are not well defended, older and more powerful players can use you to farm their cities.

DRAGONS OF ATLANTIS: HINTS, TRICKS AND PLAYING TIPS
Dragons of Atlantis is a new Facebook strategy game like Evony, City of Wonder, and Rock Age. You choose from one of tribes like Primus, Solerian, Amazon, Zolmec. Brilliant and cerebral, the Primus are masters of Science and the Blue Engery. The Solerians are cunning organized and unmerciful, and must win at any cost. Mighty and courageous Female Warriors, the Amazon fear no man. The fierce Zolmec are attuned to all living things. Especially the dragons.

Like many strategy city building games, Dragons of Atlantis is also a city building and resource collecting game in which you need to as more as resources like food, wood, stone and metals in order to construct your buildings. You can also form Alliances and invite your Facebook friends to join you in your attempt to conquer Atlantis.

TROOPS
List of the troops for Dragons of Atlantis: The porter’s role is to carry heavy loads for the troops. Often they are indentured servants seeking refuge from the wilderness. Some May have cross-bred with Anthropus.

All citizens of the City are drafted for a tour of duty in the army. These conscript forces are not well trained, and match for career troops,, but they serve bravely and with honor.

Spies are an unassuming lot whose psychic abilities help them travel unnoticed and gather intelligence on the enemy telepathically.. They move swiftly, like ghosts in the wind.

The most agile of the warriors, Halberdsmen wield the halberd with grace and precision. They are stealthy and swift attackers.

Minotaurs make an effective sword-wielding infantry. The result of the Ancient One’s more audacious Life Threads experiments. Minotaur are intelligent but vicious, and difficult to control.

Armored transport vehicles safely carry heavy payloads of supplies or plunder, high ablve frenzied battles.

These Gargantuan peoples are the product of the Ancient Ones’s experiments. Giants are peaceful and kind by nature, but will gladly tear apart the enemy in return for the shelter of a friendly city.

The rolling death machince focuses the sun’s power with blue energy, beaming a searing heat ray over long distances.

It panics the enemy as they watch their defences burst into flames.

RESOURCES
Resources replenish based on their hourly production rate. You can increase your production by doing several things:

Upgrade your farms, lumber mills, mines, and quarries in you fields.

Use production Nanos to increase your production by a day or week. Production Nanos are located in your “Items.” If you run out, you can replenish them by winning them in Fortuna’s Chance, purchasing them from the shop or by receiving a reward in a quest.

Conquering wildernesses increases resource production rates as long as they are occupied.

Research agriculture, woodcraft, masonry and alloys in your Science Center.

GOLD
How do I get more gold?

Gold replenishes based on the hourly production rate. You can increase your production by doing several things:

Increase your tax rate (in your Fortress)

Build homes in your city to increase your population which will increase tax revenue and the hourly production rate of gold.

Build a theater in your city for happier citizens.

Win gold by trying your luck at Fortuna’s Chance.

Plundering other players can win you gold and other resources.

Anthropus camps usually have some gold.

BUYING RESOURCES
Is there a way I can buy more resources?

No – but you can Play Fortuna’s Chance and try your luck at winning those resources. If you don’t win the resources you need there are several things you can do to increase your resource production:

Upgrade your farms, lumber mills, mines, and quarries in you fields.

Use production Nanos to increase your production by a day or week. Production Nanos are located in your “Items” If you run out, you can replenish them by winning them in Fortuna’s Chance, purchasing them from the shop or by receiving a reward in a quest

Conquering wilderness

Research agriculture, woodcraft, masonry and alloys in your Science Center

DEFENDING YOUR CITY
How do I defend my city or prevent it from being attacked?

The best way to defend and prevent your city from being attacked is by having a powerful city and outnumbering any opponent. In most cases this means more of everything is better. Here are some tips to help protect your city and win your battles:

Make sure your troops are set to defend your city by clicking on your Wall and make sure your troops are ordered to defend the city

Upgrade your wall to the highest level you possibly can. Higher level walls have higher defense resistance to protect your city

Train as many skilled and powerful troops as possible

Upgrade your Dragons Keep. The higher the level of your Dragons Keep, the stronger your dragon will be to defend your city

Use a Cease Fire Treaty which provides 12 hours of protection. Cease Fire Treaties can purchased from the Shop or won in Fortuna’s Chance.

Gain as much power for your city and possible and reach higher levels.

You get a new (better) title for each level you gain. Your level is based on the highest amount of Power you have ever had, and cannot go down. Power is based on the number and level of buildings you have, and the number and type of your troops. High-level buildings and expensive units are worth more Power.

ATTACKING
Who can attack my city?

Anyone can attack your city at anytime so be prepared. Build up your troops, upgrade your fortress, fortify your city’s wall and upgrade your Dragon’s Keep.

Note: New players receive 7 days protection from attack to give them enough time to build up their city, resources and troops.

How do I attack another city, wilderness, or Anthropus camp?

Before attacking another city of wilderness you need to:

Build an Officers’ Quarters

Appoint a General from the Officers’ Quarters

Build a Garrison

Train troops from within the Garrison or by clicking the “troops” button (waving flag) at the upper left.

To attack another city or wilderness, go to the Map and choose any location. When choosing a location to attack, take note of the “lvl” of the location. The higher the “lvl” the more troops and defenses that location has and will be more difficult to attack, but also the greater the riches you’ll win if you conquer them. If you’re just starting out, the best place to attack is a “lvl” lower than your city’s level.

WINNING BATTLES
What is the best way to win a battle when I attack another city, wilderness or Anthropus camp?

The best way to win an attack is by outnumbering and overpowering your opponent. In most cases this means more of everything is better. Here are some tips to help you win your battles:

Send Spies first to get spy reports. Spy reports will give you statistics about the city, camp or wilderness you are about to attack. Note: the more clairvoyance your city has the more detailed the reports will be. To improve your clairvoyance, go to the Science Center and research clairvoyance.

Attack locations that are a lower level than your city. The higher the “Lvl” the more troops and defenses that location has and will be more difficult to attack, but also the greater the riches you’ll win if you conquer them.

Research Rapid Deployment, Weapons Calibration, Metallurgy, Medicine, Dragonry and Levitation

Send your most skillful and powerful troops into battle.

BLOCKING AN ATTACK
Can I block someone from visiting or attacking my city?

You cannot block a specific player from visiting or attacking your city but you can protect your city from attacks by all players by using a Cease Fire Treaty which provides 12 hours of protection.

HAPPINESS
Is the happiness of my citizens important?

Yes. Happier citizens use a higher percentage of your population capacity, creating more population and a larger tax base. To create happier citizens build and regularly upgrade a theater, and keep taxes low.

I have run out of empty slots in the fields and cannot build anymore lumber mills, mines, farms or quarries. How do I get more empty slots?

To create empty slots in your field to accommodate more lumber mills, mines, farms or quarries upgrade your Fortress. You can also use a Mass Nullifier to disintegrate an existing building to build something else in that slot.


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