Defending my Island

  • Which Defense Buildings can I use to strengthen my Island?

You can use Towers

  • Artemis Tower
  • Prometheus Tower
  • Iapetos Tower
  • Charon Tower
  • Hydra Tower
  • Apollo Tower

... and Barricades.


  • I am missing a tower. Where did it go?

You most likely simply placed it in your inventory without noticing. To check your inventory, click on an empty space in your defense path and select the type of tower that you are missing. You can then choose between constructing an entirely new tower and selecting the ones that you have in storage. A small number will tell you how many towers of a certain type you have stored.
To deliberately place a tower in your inventory, simply select it and click on the storage box icon at the buttom of the screen.


  • How can I edit my path or increase its length?
In order to increase the length of your path, you first need to upgrade your Gate of Apollo.
To edit your path after upgrading the gate, follow these steps:
  • Check if you have enough free path length available for the changes you wish to carry out.
  • New paths must start and end on an existing piece of path and can lead across grass, trees, and stones, but not across ruins. You can remove ancient ruins by investing Gems. 
  • Tap and hold on an existing piece of path, then move your finger along the way where you want your new path to be.

  • Why does a player earn Trophies even if he/she has not been able to defeat my base?

Depending on the relation between your defensive strength and the offensive strength of your opponent, your attacker may be able to earn currency by simply progressing in your base and only destroying parts of it.


  • How can I protect my Island from attacks?

You just have to tap on the Island you wish to protect, then on the icon with the boat. You will then be offered to hire a fleet to protect this Island.


  • How do Defensive Waves work?

Defensive waves move from the Gate of Apollo towards the attacker's Olympus Portal. With higher levels of the Guard of Thanatos, the intervals between waves decrease, allowing for more waves.

However, the number of waves in the Guard of Tahnatos isn't the actual number of waves that are sent towards attackers. Instead, after the final wave, they simply start over with the first one. This makes the first waves more important as they can spawn twice, depending on the time provided for an attack, which in turn depends on the length of the defensive path.

The first waves also don't all start from the Gate of Apollo at the beginning of an attack, but are already on their way when the attack starts.

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