Wildernesses

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Wildernesses are the forests, hills, mountains, lakes, savannas, and plains. Each Wilderness you conquer and control increases your resource production rate by a specified percentage. The higher the level of the Wilderness, the more heavily defended by Anthropus.

The below link can give you lots more info plus the approximate number of troops you’ll need to conquer desired level of wilderness
http://dragonsofatlantis.wikia.com/wiki/Wilderness

wilderness tabs are for conquering lakes, forests, ect… these wildernesses give bonuses to your production depending on what you conquer. You can attack a wilderness like a level 1 forest and it will show up on your wilderness tab. make sure to recall you troops as they are vulnerable outside your city. you will still keep the bonuses if you conquered a wilderness and recalled your troops until someone attacks it.

You upgrade your fortress to unlock the spots for the farms, mills, quarries, mines while unlocking more wilderness spots.

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The higher the level of wilderness you build on, the more wildernesses slots you get. Lv 10 = 10 slots.

Taking dragons with you to the wilds can uncover key items that will expand your empire.

Great Dragon Armor, LVL 8 Dragon Keep and Arial Combat needed.

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