Each nation has its own unique unit and nation bonus, fit for different playstyles.
Starting from the Medieval Age, players can use "Revolution" to change their nation. Revolution takes effect instantaneously and the first revolution requires 600 crowns as well as all the builders the player has. The second revolution requires 1000 crowns. This feature was introduced in update v1.3.55.
Nation Power: Increases the loot stolen during attacks by 15%.
- Especially good for players that enjoy raiding other players.
- Excellent against bases that favor Garrisons and defenders.
- Provides no bonuses on defense.
- You must be an avid attacker if you aim to receive the full extent of this nation’s power.
- Increases the number of citizens by 1
- Increases Mercenary Army capacity by 1
- Grants bonus defenders at the town center: +1 per age
- A generally well-balanced nation when it comes to economy, offensive and defensive attributes.
- Having an extra citizen enables you to complete more tasks and upgrades.
- The extra defenders make it more difficult for invading armies to earn stars.
- Though this nation is well-rounded, there is not one particular attribute that excels beyond the rest.
- Reduces the time it takes to train an army by 20%.
- Can receive more donated troops from Alliance Members (+3 more donated troops). This becomes +6 more donated troops in the Gunpowder Age.
- This nation trains troops the fastest of all nations.
- Utilizes the power of their strong cavalry troop to deal more damage against opponents while minimizing casualties.
- Extra donated troops can make the difference in an attack.
- In exchange for the ability to quickly train troops, this nation forfeits additional defensive and economic benefits.
- Must be an active person and in an active Alliance to use nation's advantage.
- Decreases the cooldown on rally by 5 seconds.
- Increases the duration of rally by 100%
- Gains a 15% DPS boost upon a multi-player victory.
- Has a tactical advantage as this nation is able to use the Rally command more frequently in battle.
- Once the Rally speed bonus effect becomes available its effects last longer, allowing troops to cross distances more quickly.
- Using the 15% DPS boost can allow for German troops to easily steamroll through enemy bases.
- Although this nation receives an improved Rally option, it must be used tactfully in order to be of any benefit.
- German players must attack often and succeed in order to use the 15% DPS buff wisely.
- This nation lacks any additional economic or defensive bonuses.
- Refunds 5% of the upgrade cost
- Free upgrades under 15 minutes. This increases by 5 minutes per age that comes after.
- With a heavy emphasis on their economy, this nation is able to complete buildings faster and for fewer resources than other nations.
- This nation boasts a powerful cavalry troop that’s arguably one of the strongest unique units available.
- The lack of additional defensive bonuses coupled with the ability to generate more resources makes this nation a susceptible and popular target.
- Utilizing the free building speed-ups requires meticulous attention and effort.
- The benefits of free building speed-up diminishes at later ages where buildings and upgrades can take up to days to complete.
- Town Center shoots at invaders (functions like a Tower)
- Increases the length of peace treaties by 25%
- Boasts an assortment of defensive technologies such as a Town Center that can attack invaders and lengthened Peace Treaty effects.
- The generally strong Bushi enables this nation to deal a lot of damage quickly.
- Due to this nation’s lack of economic prowess, it must frequently engage in offensive battles to keep progressing its growth, which can negate the effects of the Peace Treaty bonus.
- An additional war tactic can be brought into battle.
- Refunds 10% of loot stolen by other players
- An additional war tactic can help players attack more efficiently.
- The ranged Hwarang enables this nation to deal a lot of damage quickly.
- No economic or defensive bonuses.
Nation Power: Increases maximum army size by 10%.
- Able to field large armies containing soldier troops with more health makes the Romans an offensive powerhouse.
- This nation does not receive any additional economic or defensive bonuses.