Another addition to the beginners articles; in this article are listed virtually ALL in-game items you will encounter playing Kingdoms of Middle Earth. From chests, to Hero’s Glory, and from Hobbit building crew to Rune of Fury, this list gives an extensive overview of the items you use in the game, what they do exactly, and what they cost if you want to buy them in the shop (provided of course the item is for sale). Items are listed in the categories: Battle, XP, Campaign, Hourglasses, Chests, Construction and Resources, Tournaments and Various . Hop on in!
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Quick tip/update on 212 Heroes
This has been in play now for some time I think, but I think it merits an update here: When you want to level a Hero to level 212, you no longer have to be afraid to overshoot the 200 mark. You can apply all experience adding items between level 200-212 now as well!
As discussed in this article on getting a 212, it used to be so that once you were 200 or above, no items could be applied anymore, making it a costly mistake if you accidentally sent out your 199 Hero to see it return 200, which meant no 212 possibility. Well thats the past, so do not be afraid to keep applying archers and warriors items!
Hero equipment: All you need to know
- Best sets to use
- Diminishing returns in gear attributes
- Gear buffs and when to use what gear
- Upgrading gear
- Gear bonus attribute levels
- Gear: Update or Enhance first?
!Scroll down for all available sets!
One of the most interesting updates to Kingdoms of Middle Earth recently has been the addition of Hero Equipment; Pieces of gear that heroes can equip that give them certain bonuses. But where do you find all the information about the gear? Where do you equip them on your heroes? Where can you see all the items’ bonuses and where are the icons explained? And where exactly do you find these items in the game to begin with?
This article will provide answers to all this and more, giving you a complete overview on one of the better additions to this game in months.
This is why you save Tokens!!
It has been just over a week since I posted you should hold on to your (now) Galadriel’s Tokens, and behold, last Friday came the moment to show the truth behind it all. Following all kinds of deals and tournaments for the upcoming release of “The Desolation of Smaug”, the Premium chance game went on sale for 1 token to play!
Now, it had only been 16 days from the previous sale, so only 16 tokens could be saved, but I got extremely lucky, and won TWO Token chests over the course of playing the Premium chance game! Take into account the Tokens inside the chests you win with the game, I spend roughly 150 tokens, without a dollar spend. Then to top it off, 2nd, 3rd and 4th city deeds could be traded for even more tokens, and the number rose to just below 200 tokens! Read on to see what I won with those and why it ABSOLUTELY WORTH saving those tokens for these kind of Premium chance deals…
How to use your Galadriel tokens
Galadriel’s Gift (previously Gollum’s Riddle) is a great way to obtain some of the most powerful items in the game. Besides troops you can train yourself, many items are exclusive to either Galadriel’s Gift, or chests and special events, which are not always around. That’s why it is important to spend them correctly.
Getting a lvl 212 Hero
For an update on how to level to 212, see this article.
In KoM warfare, the level of your Hero determines for an enormous part how well you do in battle, giving bonuses to both attack and life of your army. Normally, a Hero can be leveled up to you Great Hall’s level x20, meaning lvl 200 max.
However, it is possible to go over this limit because the Hero stops leveling once he is over that limit. which means that if you overshoot the limit by much experience in one go, you can theoretically go to lvl 212. The largest amount of experience in one go is obtained with the “Train with Gandalf” item (50,000 exp).
To get a lvl 212 Hero, level the Hero up by any means, but stop just before reaching lvl 200 (to be exact, within 680 Exp of 200). Make really sure you dont overshoot, because once he is 200, there is no way of leveling any further. When you are just below level 200, apply the “Train with Gandalf”. This will boost the Hero to lvl 212. Voila!
Alternatively, 212 or even 215 Heroes can be won in Gollum’s Riddle, certain chests and in tournaments, but chances are slim…Cheers!