Rallies are alliance-wide attacks that can take out even the most powerful opponents.
Prerequisites[edit | edit source]
Rally phases[edit | edit source]
In the preparation phase, rally leader selects the target and the time limit for rally (5 minutes, 10 minutes, 1 hour, or 8 hours. Leader selects his or her dragon, commanders, and troops. Leader can also designate what type and tier of allied troops are allowed to join the rally.
In the rally phase, allies can join the leader with their troops and dragon. If you're too far from the rally leader (how much?), you cannot join. All troops assemble at the rally leader. Up to 30 allies can join a rally, however, only up to a maximum rally size.
In the deployment phase, rallied army marches and attacks the target. Allied troops can no longer join.
Types of rallies[edit | edit source]
These are some of the targets that you can rally against:
- Rebel Camps
- Great Cities (during castle siege)
- Dragon Lairs
- Enemy castles
- Defensive rally: Rally allies to defend your castle against an imminent attack
Tips[edit | edit source]
- Armies that participate in a rally inherit all attributes from the initiator, including: commander, tech, upgrades, lord talent, lord equipment, castle blessing and Hall of Faces blessing.