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User
24 October, 2018, 9:02 AM UTC

Hi,


I'm new to the game and as far as I understand how it works, I think that the treasury protects your stock from being robbed, except for the silver and gold.

Corrct me if I'm wrong.


So , if my little town gets attacked it is possible that my (purchased) gold is gone?

Is this really how it works? 


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User
25 October, 2018, 1:22 AM UTC

TheWandRR said:


Hi,


I'm new to the game and as far as I understand how it works, I think that the treasury protects your stock from being robbed, except for the silver and gold.

Corrct me if I'm wrong.


So , if my little town gets attacked it is possible that my (purchased) gold is gone?

Is this really how it works? 


Your gold is always safe, it does not get robbed. It is always safe.


IIRC, at Level 21, your Silver starts being protected, too.


The treasury protects as much Food, Lumber, Iron, Stone (and eventually, Silver), up to the amount indicated. You can see the amount in your Stats. There is a hero skill that will increase your Treasury level.


Here, 6.75M of each would remain, even if I were unshielded and was successfully attacked. [Remember: Attackers can only carry off so much at one time, so it could take many successful attacks before enough was stolen for this protection to kick in - you may be able to shield before things get that far. I have seen, Level 31's I think, probably with full loads of Krakens, carrying off 250M in one attack. It would not take long to empty billions. Capacity studies and jewels will enhance that.] With the next level, 1.75M would be added to the amount protected.




 

Palace / Statistics / Food (for example):

- note that the treasury capacity shown exceeds the Building: Treasury capacity numbers above, reflecting the 4.5% hero skill bonus.



https://throne.help/en/resources/buildings/6/


https://throne.help/en/tools/skilltree/


http://support-portal.plarium.com/en/throne-web/faq/buildings/building-types



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User
29 October, 2018, 4:13 PM UTC
Thank you very much for this information ! It's very usefull for newbies like me, LOL.
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