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Warehouse | Ikariam | Fandom

For every expansion of the Warehouse you get from 8,000 (Level 1) to 59,533,143 (Level 85) additional storage capacity for each resource. You can build up to a maximum of 5 Warehouses per town and up to a maximum of 3 Dumps . A Town hall adds an additional 2,500 and 2,500 that is figured separately in this chart.

Warehouse | Ikariam Wiki | Fandom

The Warehouse also increases the amount of resources in the town that are safe from pillaging. Your Town hall provides protection for the 1 st 100 units of each resource , and each level of expansion of your Warehouses gives you protection for 480 units of each resource ( 6% of the 8,000 storage capacity).

Warehouse | Ikariam | Fandom

The Warehouse increases the possible storage capacity of your town. For every expansion of the Warehouse you get 8,000 additional storage capacity for each resource. You can build up to a maximum of 4 Warehouses per town and 1 Dump or the equivalent of 8 "warehouses", as one Dump holds 4 times as much as one Warehouse.

Warehouse | Ikariam Wiki | Fandom

In-Game Description. Some of your supplies are protected from pillagers at the warehouse. It keeps rain, birds and other pests away. The warehouse keeper is also always well informed about your supplies. Expanding your warehouse allows you to protect and store more resources.

Ikariam | Fandom

17/02/2008 WikIkariam, the Ikariam wiki, is a community site that anyone can contribute to, discover, share and add your knowledge, about "Ikariam" a browser based massively multiplayer online game of the strategy genre produced and maintained by Gameforge AG, set in the era of classical Greece in an archipelago, with players being made ruler of a small town, which they must expand and lead.

The Beginner's Guide | Ikariam Wiki | Fandom

Welcome to Ikariam. Ikariam is a web-based browser game by Gameforge. It allows you to create alliances, expand your empire, conscript large armies - all in real time. With hints of other nation-creation games, such as Age of Empires and Civilization, the purpose of Ikariam is to create a vast empire with a mighty military, either to enforce peace, ...

The Warehouse | Warehouse 13 Wiki | Fandom

Starting with an unknown iteration, presumably after Warehouse 2, Hiram Abiff's Tools are used in the succession from one Warehouse to the next: the compass scans through the current Warehouse's inventory and converts all its artifacts into energy; in this form, they are transmitted to the mason square in the next Warehouse's chosen location to be converted back into their physical forms; this process is finalized when the setting maul is struck against the chosen location's cornerstone.

Warehouse 13 Wiki | Fandom

Warehouse 13 was a dramatic comedy that followed United States Secret Service agents Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) and Peter Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) as they retrieved new and missing supernatural objects and placed them in Warehouse 13, a secret government warehouse.

Workshop | Ikariam | Fandom

Warehouse Workshop Resource Reduction Buildings Resource Production Buildings The Ambrosia Fountain (found only in the Capital) is neither built nor destroyed & uses to gain more ambrosia The Cinetheater is neither built nor destroyed; you watch videos to gain / Production bonuses and/or Favor Resources Miracles Categories Languages

Vineyard | Ikariam | Fandom

Golden sunlight falls down on the gentle slopes. A perfect place for cultivating wine of excellent quality. The Vineyard allows you to gather . Wood is donated by members who have towns on the island to help upgrade the Vineyard. The higher the level, the more citizens can be allocated as workers to gather wine . Wealth (Economy) is needed before you can use the Vineyard to gather wine ...

Buildings/Standard Buildings | Ikariam | Fandom

Manual of Style (MOS) Modifying text; Adding links; Uploading Images; Sandbox (Editing test page) Copying from Wikipedia; Linking to other Fandom sites

Construction Time | Ikariam | Fandom

Normal build time formula for a given level: Accumulated build time formula for a given level: The Academy, Barracks, Town wall and Trading port at level 1 does not follow the above formulas, as they have had their construction times reduced when they were added to the in-game tutorial. The Warehouse at levels 1 and 2 do not follow the above formulas, as they have had their construction times ...

Temple | Ikariam | Fandom

The Temple is a place of faith, belief and reflection. Multiple priests live here, paying homage to their God and spreading his word throughout your island. You can also pray for miracles here, as...

Saw mill | Ikariam | Fandom

Wood from the nearby forest is sawed into boards at the saw mill. It is then used as a material for constructing buildings and much more. The saw mill is extended by all inhabitants of the island. The larger it is, the more workers you can employ there. The Saw mill allows you to gather Wood . Wood is donated by members who have towns on the island to help upgrade the Saw mill. The higher the ...

Ikariam | Gameforge Wiki | Fandom

The concept behind Ikariam is much like Sid Meier's well-known Civilization games. Each player is given a small town and constructs buildings such as Barracks, Ports, and Taverns to create a larger town, and palaces, which are constructed to allow for the expansion of the empire.

Curacao | Ikariam | Fandom

AR - They speak Spanish - One of the main foreign languages MX - They speak Spanish - One of the main foreign languages NL - They speak Dutch - One of the Official languages US - They speak English - One of the Official languages

February 11 | Ikariam | Fandom

See what happened on February 11 throughout Ikariam's years. Nothing special has occurred on this date Nothing special has occurred on this date Nothing special has occurred on this date

Ikariam | Scratchpad | Fandom

Shuffleboarding (Video) Franklin Says Sorry (Video) Kaz Almighty (Video) Rhonda Goes Broke (Video) Friturtoons/Shining Time Station; Hats Off To BJ! and Other Episodes