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City

Your city is the heart of your kingdom and the place where most buildings go, population is housed, as well as units will be produced. Next to the City is your field, where resources are produced. At the current state of the game you are able to have a total of five (5) cities per server.

Depending on the state of your city, it will look differently on the map once certain buildings are constructed or have reached a necessary level.

City Name

When you first start playing Kingdoms of Camelot you choose your name and a name for your new city. This city name isn't permanent, using a Renaming Celebration you can change the name of your city.

Where to get Renaming Celebrations:

  • Receive one automatically when you start playing Kingdoms of Camelot; OR
  • Buy from the shop for 10 gems.

City Status

When you click on any city whilst viewing the map you are, among other things, able to view the city's status in the city profile (see the image on the right). Protection Modes discusses the known details of these statuses.

  • Beginner Protection - this status is automatically given to cities when a player starts the game. It lasts for four days and cities in this state cannot attack other cities or be attacked themselves
  • Normal - cities enter this status after the four day beginners protection period has worn off. These cities are able to attack others and they can also be attacked.
  • Truce - this status can be obtained by using a Doves of Peace item purchased from the shop.
  • Vacation - mentioned in the game, but otherwise nothing is known about it including how to set your city status to vacation.
Profile

Player Profile

Starting your second City

To start your Second City, you need:

  • Obtain a 'Second City Deed' by completing the necessary quest or purchasing it in the shop.
  • To be at least level 7 (Baronet).
  • To conquer and control a plain.
  • To reinforce it with 250 supply troops and 10,000 each of gold, wood, stone, ore, and food.
  • To have at least 10 friends on Facebook playing Kingdoms of Camelot.

Starting your third City

To start your Third City, you need:
  • Obtain a 'Third City Deed' by completing the necessary quest.
  • To conquer and control a plain.
  • To reinforce it with 250 supply troops and 10,000 each of gold, wood, stone, ore, and food.
  • Own 4 Sir Bor's Crests, 2 Sir Ector's Crests, and 1 Sir Kay's Crests.
    • Crests can be obtained randomly from lvl 5 Wildernesses or higher when you successfully attack them.

See the Tournament of Crests page for advice on farming for crests.

Notes:

  • You need the Crests to complete the Third City Deed quest. They will be consumed when you complete the quest. You do not need additional crests to build the third city.
  • You have to collect your Second City Deed before the Third City Deed quest will appear.
  • You do not need to have a Second City Deed to complete the Third City Deed quest.
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Starting your fourth City

To start your Fourth City, you need:

  • Obtain a 'Fourth City Deed' by completing the necessary quest.
  • To conquer and control a plain.
  • To reinforce it with 250 supply troops and 10,000 each of gold, wood, stone, ore, and food.
  • Own 4 Sir Kay's Crests, 3 Sir Bedivere's Crest, and 1 Sir Gawain's Crest.
    • Sir Kay's Crest can be obtained randomly from lvl 6 Wildernesses or higher when you successfully attack them.
    • Sir Bedivere's Crest can be obtained randomly from lvl 6 Wildernesses or higher when you successfully attack them.
    • Sir Gawain's Crest can be obtained randomly from lvl 6 Wildernesses or higher when you successfully attack them.

See the Tournament of Crests page for advice on farming for crests.

Notes:

  • You need the Crests to complete the Fourth City Deed quest. They will be consumed when you complete the quest. You do not need additional crests to build the Fourth city.
  • You have to collect your Third City Deed before the Fourth City Deed quest will appear.
  • You do not need to have a Second City Deed or Third City Deed to complete the Fourth City Deed quest.

Starting your fifth City

To start your Fifth City, you need:

  • Obtain a 'Fifth City Deed' by completing the necessary quest.
  • To conquer and control a plain.
  • To reinforce it with 250 supply troops and 10,000 each of gold, wood, stone, ore, and food.
  • Own 4 Sir Percival's Crests, 3 Sir Galahad's Crests and 2 Lancelot's Crests
    • Sir Percival's Crest can be obtained randomly from lvl 8 Wildernesses or higher when you successfully attack them.
    • Sir Galahad's Crest can be obtained randomly from lvl 8 Wildernesses or higher when you successfully attack them.
    • Sir Lancelot's Crest can be obtained randomly from lvl 8 Wildernesses or higher when you successfully attack them.

See the Tournament of Crests page for advice on farming for crests.

Notes:

  • You need the Crests to complete the Fifth City Deed quest. They will be consumed when you complete the quest. You do not need additional crests to build the Fourth city.
  • You do not need to have a Second, Third or Fourth City Deed to complete the Fifth City Deed quest.
  • You can also get the Sir Percival's Crest if you buy a Knight's Chest

Things you should know before building a new city

There are a number of factors to consider when building a new city:

  • Travel time between your cities for defence purposes and the exchange of resources.
  • Travel time between your new city and allies' cities.
  • Proximity to potentially hostile cities.
  • Proximity to (low level) babarian camps (for food farming) and wildernesses.
  • Province boundaries. If your cities are in different provinces, they will trade on different markets, which may offer an opportunity to make a profit by buying resources from one market, sending them between your cities, and selling them on the other market.

Some alliances have specific strategies for when and where to build your new city and can often offer you some good advice so it's a good idea to check with alliance leadership if you are a member of an alliance.


Note: Higher level plains give no advantage over lower level ones.

Abandoning a City

It is possible to abandon a city that you have created by clicking on your castle and selecting the 'Abandon City' button under the castle picture in the top left corner. Note that you can only abandon one of your cities if you have more than one on the same domain. You cannot abandon your only city.

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