Viking Rise: Valhalla – How to Raise Might

Guide to Your Might / Power

Might is a direct reflection of your power. You can increase your Might through researching Tech, constructing Fief buildings, raising Heroes, training Troops, etc.

Building Might

Constructing buildings is the most basic way to grow your power. Construct Fief buildings to establish a prosperous City. After discovering your City, you can start constructing Fief buildings. The higher the building level, the better the bonuses you will receive in battle.

There are two types of City buildings: Military and Economy, as detailed below.

  1. Military buildings provide powerful military bonuses. They include the Infantry Barracks, Pikemen Barracks, Archer Barracks, Porter Barracks, Troop Base, Eagle’s Nest, Battle Hall, Tribe Hall, Watchtower, Walls, Dragon Nursery, and Infirmary.
  2. Economy buildings provide strong economy bonuses. They include the Glory Hall, Viking Totem, Academy, Hall of Valor, Warehouse, Honey Tavern, Builder’s Hut, Notice Board, Divination Shack, Clan Camp, Outdoor Meet, and Smithy.

Research Might

Research is a key component of Might, and upgrading Tech increases Might quickly. The higher the Tech level, the stronger the bonus you will receive in battle. Tech is also categorized into Military and Economy.

Troop Might

Strong Troops guarantee the safety of your City. Recruit Infantry, Pikemen, Archer, and Workers in Infantry Barracks, Pikemen Barracks, Archer Barracks, or Porter Barracks.

Troops are divided into Tiers I to V according to their capabilities. The higher the tier, the stronger their combat attributes.

Training Troops consumes resources, so you need to grow the economy to strengthen the military. A strong military needs the support of a prosperous economy.

Hero Might

Heroes are core combat units in the game. Level up and upgrade their Star level, Skills, Talents, etc. to raise their Might.

I hope it is useful to you!

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