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Common Guild Threads

At some point every player will either join a guild, or create a guild. Depending on the activity level of a guild you’re likely to see a multitude of different threads. The more active the guild, the more guild threads you’re likely to see. Some of these threads your guild leadership will deem “mandatory”, and they often do that by some specific symbol in the title of the thread that makes them...

The Function of a Guild

At its heart Forge of Empires truly is a resource management and worker placement style game. You need to have enough population to run things in your city, enough happiness to make them work hard, and then harvest what they make to serve your advancement. Whether these things are troops, goods, supplies, coins, FPs, or something else; it all serves the purpose of your own advancement. A game like this though would be very...

Guild Expedition and the Temple of Relics

If you’re in a guild, then you’re aware of Guild Expedition. There is no way to opt out of being included, because if you’re in a guild you’re automatically included each week. You can however chose not to actually participate… which hurts overall guild efforts but if you’re in a guild that doesn’t care then it doesn’t matter. What is Guild Expedition though (GE for short), and...

Attack Boost: Hit ’em where it hurts

Do you like to play Forge of Empires aggressively? Does it bring you pleasure when you see your enemy crushed with extreme prejudice by your troops? Do you want nothing more than to be ruthlessly aggressive with the best attack boost possible? You might be a fighter if that’s the case, and you’re in good company. Fighting is a huge part of FoE. You’re encouraged to fight on the continent map, there’s...

Set Buildings: Worth It or Worthless?

Sometimes for events we are trying to get a special building. Other times we need to upgrade a certain building. Then, there are the times that we’re trying to complete a set. Sets are interesting because they perform better next to other pieces of their particular puzzle, but that means they’re getting larger and do the bonuses keep up with the space required to make them worthwhile? Depends entirely on the set....