Search

Introduction
About Red Dragon...
Kingdom Registration
Registration Screen
Payments
RD Dictionary
Races
Humans
Gnomes
Elves
Hobbits
Dwarves
Genies
Goblins
Necromants
Br-Ougs
Giants
Game Rules
Administrating your Kingdom
Game Screen
Central
Main Screen
Details
News
Forum
Mail
Labyrinth
Chat
Buildings
Economy Buildings
Special Buildings
Special Buildings Overview
Land
Science
Professions
Army
War
Establish attack
Join an attack
Generals
Alliance
Magic
Spellbooks
Thieves
Politics
Politics
Wars
Election
Alliance
Buy
Sell
Emperor
Alliance
Statistics
Find
Options
Automatization
Settings
Tools
RD Politics
Warfare
Equations

Magical Power
Thievish Power
Your Kingdoms
LJP
Administrators


 

In this menu you can have an insight into your Alliance’s military policy. After you click on it, the list of you Alliance’s military action appears. The first, upper part is used to search for Alliances.


The headliner shows the chosen Alliance's name. If you want to change it, type in a new Alliance’s name in the text box and click the ‘Search for Alliance’ button (the flag). There are two other buttons in this menu. The first one, with a book in it, allows you to check the Alliance’s military actions. After you click it, a list appears. In this list you will find Alliances with which this Alliance had a war with and how long did the war last. The other button (two flags) shows you the present Alliance’s status (just as if you searched for this Alliance in the ‘Alliance’ menu).


The second part of the menu shows with which Alliances is the Alliance in war status and which Alliances are its allies. Wars in red give full land profits, in yellow only a half. If an Alliance declares a war on another Alliance, which is 20% smaller, the war is yellow during the first day, and then it changes to red. If the second Alliance also declares war on the first one, the war becomes red, in depended from their land size. Wars and Alliances are declared only by one party - that is why they are divided into two columns - those which the Alliance declared and those which were declared. You can click on the Alliances’ names in this list - you will then see the present Alliance’s status. If you want to declare war on an Alliance, it’s a good idea to gather as much info as possible about the Alliance and its allies. To look at Alliances’ statuses you can open them all in new windows. If you are using Internet Explorer, before you click on Alliances’ names hold the Shift button and let go after you have clicked. One Alliance can declare 5 wars at one time. However, the number of wars declared on an Alliance is unlimited.



The last part of the menu shows notes from other Alliances. In this part usually info about protectorates (‘protectorate’ - after war Alliances guarantee each other help, if they are attacked by others, for a limited time) and wars that are to be declared soon. Thanks to these notes, any potential aggressors know what they are in for, if they attack.


Ostatnia aktualizacja: 2006-09-28 17:55:33