A winning strategy often depends on analyzing the situation. The game world map is rich in valuable and sometimes vital information that could be decisive for the result of your campaign.


  You can see the world map by clicking on this button in the top menu bar.

=> Some map-specific icons appear on the left side of your screen:


Once you have chosen the zoom level, use the filters to display the information you require:

 Zoom 1

Allows you to see the overall situation within the region (population density and conflict areas) and find the locations of treasures and croplands in the selected area.

Zoom 2

Allows you to get more detailed information, such as seeing the borders of kingdoms, oases, and capitals, as well as displaying your markers, messages from the game, and other players. Filters allow you to hide or show the details to make it easier to read.

Zoom 3

This is the most detailed zoom level, which allows you to focus on your immediate neighborhood.


How to add my own markers to the map

You can customize the map with your own markers. 

This allows you to add additional information or highlight specific elements.

To do this, click on the desired location or village to open the radial menu and choose the bottom icon "Mark field."

A pop-up appears that shows the different options available.

There you can do the following:

You can even add a personal message and choose who will be able to see it; this could be for:

Kings, vice-kings, and dukes can add kingdom markers visible to all kingdom members, but only they can change or remove them.

Note: Remember to adjust the filters on the map! They may prevent you from seeing your markers.

How to remove my own markers from the map

There are two possibilities to do this.

- You can use the previous method and deselect the color or flag you had previously set.

- You can also open the second tab of the "Field Marker" pop-up.

There you can see a list of all your active markers and field messages, and you can use the "trash" icon to

delete any of them.