In Royal Revolt 2 version 1.8.5, we’ve focused on two major areas: Social Features and War Champions and Shields.
The new social features not only let you connect with your friends, but earn rewards as they advance through the game.
War Champions and Shields adds a new layer of strategy to every war. Leaders and Generals can now protect weaker members and ensure that the most active players maximize their ability to earn skulls. Using this feature effectively could be the difference between victory and defeat!
So how does all this work? Read on!
Friends, Shares and Vouchers
Invite friends and earn rewards
Invite your friends to play Royal Revolt 2 with you and earn rewards as they grow stronger.
To invite a friend, use the “invite friends” button you can find in the new friends list, in your Alliance member list or in the voucher bazaar. Choose a picture and hit the share-button to send the invite to your friend – you can send it via email, WhatsApp, SMS, Facebook, Twitter, and more. The message your friend receives always comes with a link to download Royal Revolt 2 and a friend code. After your friend has downloaded the game and has played through the tutorial, he can enter this friend code. From that moment on, you are automatically connected as friends.
As soon as your friend and you are connected, both of you will earn vouchers. You will receive vouchers when your friend reaches a new hero level. Your friend will get vouchers when you reach a new hero-level. The vouchers are automatically rewarded to you.
There will be also some quests that give vouchers. Collect vouchers and trade them for great rewards in the voucher bazaar.
When you’ve reached a new level, fought an epic battle, won a tournament, completed a dungeon level or equipped a new item, you can now share those achievements with your friends.
Just tap the share-button and send a message to your friends to show them your latest success. The great thing: Each share you do is also a friend invite as it also includes a friend code.
The voucher bazaar
The voucher bazaar is where you trade your vouchers into rewards. Here you can get gold shields, gems, hero items, gold and other things in exchange for your vouchers. If you need more vouchers, encourage your friends become stronger Kings or invite more friends to play Royal Revolt 2.
The friends list
You can not only invite new players to the game, but also become friends with other Kings that already play Royal Revolt 2. Just visit their player profile and send them a friend request.
All of your friends and unanswered friend requests are shown in the friends list.
With all of your friends you can start a chat. This chat is only between the two of you. You also find updates of your friend’s status here, for example when they reached a new hero level or joined an alliance.
Players that have a voucher icon next to their name are connected to you by a friend code – either they entered your friend code or you entered their friend code. Only those players can earn vouchers for you.
You can also test your friends’ defense and give him advice like you can do it for members of your alliance.
You can have up to 30 friends in total, 15 that earn vouchers for you and 15 that don’t earn vouchers for you.
If you don’t want to be friends with another player anymore, you can visit his player profile and tap “unfriend”. Then he will not appear in your friend list anymore.
You can also unfriend friends that earn vouchers for you, but be careful: if you unfriended them once, they can never again earn vouchers for you, even if you later decide to become friends again.
War Champions and War Shields
The War Champions and War Shields adds a new tactical layer to Alliance Wars.
For each Alliance War the Leader and Generals can grant Shields to members of their alliance. This helps alliances to protect Kings with weaker defenses.
A shield will reduce the amount of skulls that this player can lose per battle within one war by a certain percentage. Shields work from the moment they are activated, so make sure to activate them as soon as a war starts to have the best benefit.
The amount of shields you can grant increases with your alliance level. You can grant up to five shields:
· From Alliance level 10: 1 shield
· From Alliance level 17: 2 shields
· From Alliance level 24: 3 shields
· From Alliance level 31: 4 shields
· From Alliance level 38: 5 shields
Activating shields costs alliance gold.
The price of shields increases with the number of shields you activate per war. But the more shields you activate, the stronger the shield gets for all of your shielded players within this war.
Alliance Leaders and Generals can also name War Champions for each Alliance War. This allows the strongest Kings of an Alliance to support their team even more and collect more skulls.
A champion will earn an additional percentage of skulls per battle within one war. This bonus works from the moment the champion was assigned, so make sure to assign the champion as soon as war starts.
The amount of champions you can assign increases with your alliance level. You can assign up to five champions.
· From Alliance level 5: 1 champion
· From Alliance level 12: 2 champions
· From Alliance level 19: 3 champions
· From Alliance level 26: 4 champions
· From Alliance level 33: 5 champions
Assigning champions costs alliance gold.
The price of champions increases with the number of champions you activate per war. But the more champions you activate, the higher the bonus skulls get for all your champions within this war.