Trading and Caravans

Caravans and Transportation

In the game, products and resources can be transported using caravans. Each land has a default caravan assigned to it, which cannot be taken away, destroyed, or transferred to someone else. When a land is sold, the caravan with all its contents will be transferred to the new owner of the land.

F2P players receive a free caravan and can fulfill orders to transport resources for other players and lands under the control of the Empire (AI).

Each caravan is a separate address in the blockchain network, and all items being transported are NFT tokens that come and go to the caravan's wallet during loading and unloading. All of these operations are performed by the game's backend server using a game contract, and all transactions are transparent and visible on the blockchain.

Difficulties and various events can arise during transportation. Caravans have a weight limit, an important feature that does not allow an infinite number of resources to be transported. Caravans require a food supply to move, otherwise, they move at 10% of the nominal speed.

The route and biomes affect safety and travel speed for caravans. Routes can be optimized for cost or speed. Unattached caravans can be created using NFT characters with bonuses to speed and load capacity based on the assigned collection.


Trading is crucial for the evolution of the game world, allowing players to earn money by transporting goods. To trade, a player needs to access a trading hub, which can belong to someone else. The hub owner selects tradable resources and sets taxation, which can be in resources or game tokens. They can also trade directly from the land warehouse.

Players who bring their own goods can also set orders for purchase or sale. These orders will only be effective as long as the caravan is on the land with the hub. Once the caravan departs to another location, all orders will be cancelled since the hub does not have separate storage for player goods. In this case, the caravan itself acts as a temporary storage, just like a trader who brings their goods to a fair.

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