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Kingdoms of Camelot has some situations in which you cannot be attacked.

Beginner Protection Mode

This mode protects new users for 4 days during which time they cannot be attacked by other players. Beginner Protection gives you a short period during which you can begin building, train some troops and meet other players for alliances. Use this time to prepare.
New users are also given "Mists of Avalon" which lasts for 7 days, but is not the same as beginner protection. Beginner protection prevents others from attacking the new player. The mists of Avalon cloaks information about the new user.

Everyone gets this mode automatically when they start a new game on a new domain. During this period:

  • You cannot attack other players' Cities or you forfeit the protection
  • You cannot attack Wilderness tiles that are owned by other players.
  • Other players cannot attack your City, or your Wilderness tiles.
  • You cannot attack unowned Wilderness tiles.
  • You cannot attack Barbarian Camps.
  • Your resource income and usage continues as normal: Fields collect resources. Troops eat food. Knights collect salaries. Population pays taxes.
  • Beginner protection ends automatically 168 hours after your account was started; or, as soon as you upgrade one of your Castles to level 5.

Truce Mode

Truce mode allows you to return to the same state as beginner protection for a short period of time.

To activate truce mode, you must win or purchase a Dove of Peace item from the shop. This item costs 30 gems, or about $3.

Dove of Peace "grants your city 12 hours of peacetime. While at peace, you cannot attack or be attacked. You cannot use this item if you are currently being attacked or your troops are currently marching." There is a twelve hour delay before you can use another Dove of Peace after the first one expires. You cannot use a stack of them to stay in truce mode continuously.

As with beginner protection mode, which you are in truce:

  • You cannot attack other players' Cities
  • You cannot attack Wilderness tiles that are owned by other players.
  • Other players cannot attack your City, or your Wilderness tiles.
  • You cannot attack unowned Wilderness tiles
  • You cannot attack Barbarian Camps
  • Your resource income and usage continues as normal: Fields collect resources. Troops eat food. Knights collect salaries. Population pays taxes.

Vacation Mode

Other similar games, such as Evony, offer a mode like truce mode, except that it lasts for multiple days at a time, and during that period all city growth stops. It lets you completely pause the game and take a break for days without being attacked or having to maintain the upkeep on your city. There is a fee to use Vacation mode in Evony.

Kingdoms of Camelot does not offer a Vacation mode like that. The closest they have is the Doves of Peace, or Mist of Avalon:


Doves of Peace

  • You put your city out of reach from attack for 12 hours at a time;
  • You cannot attack other players' Cities
  • You cannot attack Wilderness tiles that are owned by other players.
  • Other players cannot attack your City, or your Wilderness tiles.
  • You cannot attack unowned Wilderness tiles
  • You cannot attack Barbarian Camps


  • Your resource income and usage continues as normal: Fields collect resources. Troops eat food. Knights collect salaries. Population pays taxes.



Mist of Avalon

  • Last for 7 days at a time;
  • Other players are unable to determine where you are located.
  • You cannot attack other players' Cities
  • You cannot attack Wilderness tiles that are owned by other players.
  • Other players can attack your City, or your Wilderness tiles.
  • Your resource income and usage continues as normal: Fields collect resources. Troops eat food. Knights collect salaries. Population pays taxes.
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