This menu fastens clicking turns. Thanks to it features, the server does several tasks automatically and your Govern will have a full supply of food, stone and manna.
The first three textboxes are used to define whether to buy, or not, certain resources automatically on the Market. If you type in ‘0’, the resources are not bought, if any other number, the resources are bought. To be able to use this feature, you muast have access to the Market. The resources are bought in this order : food, stone, manna.
Buy food automatically - if you do not have food for your citizens, they starve and escape to other Kingdoms. Therefore, this feature automatically buys the needed amount of food for your citizens not to starve.
Buy stone automatically - this feature buys the amount of stone needed by the bricklayers, to produce infra points.
Buy manna automatically - manna is a resources, which only elves can stock up. In consequence, if you are not playing as elves, buy just the amount needed to cast the spell, not more. This feature does this automatically. It works not only with automatically casted spells, but also in the ‘Magic’ menu. If you want to cast a spell manually and have this feature turned on, simply go to the ‘Magic’ menu and cast the spell, the manna is bought automatically by the server for you.
Sell manna automatically - as said before, manna cannot be stocked up like stone or food or weapons, so this feature sells the produced manna every turn on the Market. Of course, you need access to the Market to use this feature.
The next part of this menu is used to cast spells automatically each turn. For your Kingdom to function properly, it is essential to cast spells ‘Diligence’, ‘Magical Fluid’, ‘Fortune’, ‘Good Mood’, etc. This feature can cast these spells for you, so that you do not have to do it manually every turn. There are 3 options of casting spells automatically and one that turns this feature off. The first option is ‘Continue the script’ - your mages cast all the spells once, in depended whether the previous spell has been successfully casted or not. The second option is ‘Repeat until success’ - your mages will cast a spell until it is successfully casted, then they will move onto the other, or until you ran out of manna or gold. Use this option carefully. The last option for casting spells is ‘End script’ - your mages end the casting after their first failure. Lastly, the option ‘Do not cast the spells’ turns this feature off. Info concerning this feature is shown in the Central menu.
If you wish not to cast spells each turn, type into the textbox a number greater than ‘1’. This number defines after how many turns to cast the spell, i.e. ‘2’ means that the spell will be casted every 2 turns. If you want to cast one type of spell several times in a turn, you must select it in the needed number of boxes. If you change the spells’ settings, it is casted in the next turn. Yet, all the unchanged spells are casted normally.