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Great defensively if you're not running anywhere but terrible for moving around. Whenever you run, you and all workers around you will have a shield, making none of you receive damage.
It has a small cooldown but it's neat! Overall, I didn't find it useful because your archers are almost always behind a wall.
You also shouldn't have an issue with invading the greed realm because they typically survive with little damage taken.
Cool mount but again I think you can get better. Imo, Best mount in the game. Decent speed, phenomenal stamina, and a neat pushback ability.
By hitting Left Shift you will blow in front of you which will knock back and stun greed for a couple seconds. Another amazing thing is the mount can "graze" wherever and whenever.
Still can. Middle of the forest? Yep for sure! Stag - Really solid mount for the early game. Highest speed of all mounts and decent stamina.
Also can charm deer to follow you, cool for early game hunting. I grab this mount every playthrough but usually swap to Gryphon or Unicorn.
Unicorn - Have you had money problems? Want infinite gold? This is the mount for you! Everytime you graze the Unicorn will poop out 3 coins.
Also, it seems like the grazing is shortened to around a second cooldown. This horse is aboslutely amazing for early game money problems and saving for Winter.
However once winter comes, it is one of the most useless mounts. You lose your grazing ability and thus the real reason to have this mount.
What is Grazing? Grazing is the way to replenish your stamina and enhance your speed. By stopping on a patch of grass, Can't be in the forest, must be the bright green around your camp your mount will lower its head and eat.
After a few seconds it will raise back up and now be replenished. You will know it worked if you notice a white particle effect around your mounts legs while running.
Base Buildings Builders Hammers : This is your beginning building on the left side. Useful for grabbing a few builders then you forget about it.
Not used past getting a few builders. Archers Bows : This is your beginning building on the right side. Very very useful and you will constantly be going to it!
Archers are the backbone of your defense and your economy. Spamming these is always good! Farmers Scythes : This building will appear on your first expansion outward.
It will allow you to purchase a scythe to make a villager a farmer. Depending on playstyle, you will either love this building or forget it exists.
Could also be the catapult. I haven't found a concrete reason for either spawn. Spearmen are aboslutely great! They will constantly poke into the water and bring fish!
They are absolutely great because they will do this no matter the season! These are pretty much your only income in winter aside from the banker.
They will also jab through your wall at night for defense! Don't hesitate about destroying a vagrant camp, there are 6 in the world and you need money more than people you can't hire.
To maximise grass space, don't expand the walls beyond the town center, as you don't need to until much further down the challenge.
You will need to unlock the stone mine during these days. If you have already found the stone mine then go unlock it, but you still might want to spend a day scouting the other side anyway, so you can carry on the game knowing the location of all camps.
Day Blood Moon happens tonight, those stone walls better be ready. Make sure you also have a good count of archers, and is growing regularly. After the blood moon, it's not guaranteed that the greed won't attack the next night, but i do recommend that you start expanding.
Setting up a farm would be good aswell, but don't upgrade in to a farmhouse, as farmers are slow and if your walls do fall you will only have more workers vulnerable to infection.
Make sure you're still leaving a lot of grass for archers to hunt on. Day Somewhere in these days you should receive a breeder during a blood moon.
Not to panic, as a good amount of archers should do the trick. Around these days you should slowly start investing in towers. Be cautious though this means your builders might be too far away from camp to make it back in time before nightfall.
This can be countered by simply paying the greed off, as long as it's not too late in the game and there are too many to pay. The profit you make from deforesting more than makes up for the coins lost paying the greed before day When you see them galloping on their horse, press the down key to change appearance.
Once you stop changing it, the game will start in a few seconds. Nice tips!! Some further ones. When you return to a land or are defeated all your units on towers remain.
Tier 1: Day Farm. Tier 2: Farmhouse. Tier 0: Portal Remnants. Tier 1: Teleporter Gate s. Hermit buildings can be built with the assistance of specific hermits, and typically serve totally different purposes than what they are upgraded from.
Note that hermit buildings which can be upgraded from different building tiers will increase in price depending on the tier it was upgraded from.
For example, using the hermit of baking to purchase a bakery costs 15 coins if the tower is tier 4, but costs 18 coins if the tower is tier 5 or 6.
The Stable. Rally Walls. The Mighty Ballista. The Armory. The Bakery. These sections are about all of the different mounts that you can ride on in the game, and how riding each one benefits you differently.
Unlocking a new mount always costs gems, and once unlocked, they can be mounted by paying a certain amount of coins. Switching to a different mount will require you to pay the same amount to switch back.
All mounts can run, but running will drain your mount's stamina. If your mount runs out of stamina, you will need to wait until your mount fully regains its stamina before you can sprint again.
You can tell when it is ready if it stops breathing heavily. To refill your mount's stamina faster, stand still above some grass and let your mount graze for a bit.
After your mount is done grazing, its stamina will be completely refilled, and it will get a stamina boost. These boosts give your mount unlimited stamina for a set amount of time, starting once your mount finishes grazing.
Walking instead of running during this boosted period will not preserve this boost. You can tell when the stamina boost is still active because it will create white dust particles around your mount's legs when it runs.
Any stamina cost from using a mount's special ability is taken from base stamina, and does not interact with the stamina boost, which prevents the player from infinitely spamming a move while boosted.
All mounts have been ranked with a tier representing their overall usefulness and ability, though please keep in mind that these rankings are opinionated to a degree.
For quick reference, here are the tiers of all mounts currently in the game, also ranked within their tiers from best to worst: Tier S.
The Default Horse [F Tier]. The Griffon [S Tier]. The Stag [A Tier]. Once the bomb reaches the heart of the portal, you must pay another 5 coins to light the bomb, which will cause the heart to erupt, spawning an insane amount of greed.
At this point, your troops are guaranteed to die, and you must run to escape back through the portal before the bomb detonates.
Teleporters: Teleporters cannot be destroyed by greed, and will not halt the spread of grass. They are built to provide you with a faster way to traverse across the island.
Be careful, as this usually means you will need to send your workers deep into the forest to construct this. Teleporting to an open field without any buildings nearby will spawn additional portal remnants at your feet, but they will disappear after 10?
If you pay the 8 coins to construct the new teleporter gate, the two teleporter gates will become permanently connected, allowing you to teleport between them at your leisure for the cost of 2 coins per use.
They will wander around aimlessly within a certain vicinity of a vagrant camp, and are completely ignored by greed.
When paid a coin, they will be hired to work for your kingdom, and thus will turn into a peasant. He goes inside during the night, making him and all your money that he holds completely safe from greed.
During the day you can give him coins, which he will collect and store in the bank. He can only carry 10 coins at a time, while the bank can hold an infinite amount of coins.
The interest is rounded up, so you will get at least 1 coin per day, as long as you have invested at least 3 coins.
Because of this, it is a great idea in the long run to store Coins with the Banker. During the day, if you have more than two Coins in the bank, you can withdraw up to Hermits: I took all of them with me, but in the end I just needed the baker once.
They're not mandatory to beat the game, as long as you're not too unlucky and your Vagrant Camps are really, really far away. Mounts: Use the stag for the first year to make extra money by charming deer.
But as soon as winter arrives, dump it for the Griffin and keep that one for the rest of the game. In my opinion it is the best mount to successfully escape the cave.
Money: Don't waste your money on the banker. Spend it all.