Battle ReportEdit

Example battle

An example of a battle report.

A Battle Report is an after-battle overview of the events of a battle. Previously, the report was quite untidy but recently a new battle report overhaul has taken place.

The Battle Report shows first your total loot stolen, how long the battle lasted, structures that were knocked down, how many units the attackers and defenders lost (out of how many there was originally), and how many tribes participated.

Next, it will show your own troop outcome and also on the right the loot that you stole. Below in a very handy box will be a summary of your troop stacks, including damage dealt by them and to them.

Further below that comes the Important Events. These normally show snapshots of the battle when armies joined or left.