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    Beginner's Guide To Strategic Resources

    Titanium and Graphene are Strategic Resources. They are used to build high end troops. Strategic Resources are called SR for short. SR's are wilds at random places on the map, there are only 6 titanium wilds and 6 graphene wilds. They have different icons on the map then any other wild. You can buy a map or build a map from attacking terrorist camps. An unowned SR site has the same troops as a level 10 wild.

    If a SR site is owned, then it will have what ever troops the owning alliance has sent to it for reinforcements. In order to take that wild you will have to kill all the reinforcing troops.

    Once your alliance has a SR site, upgrade your distribution center in city one and materials science skill to receive more SR per hour. Only city one will accumulate SR. If you reach your SR capacity in your city, move the SR to another city, so that you continue to gain more.

    THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF HAVING A SR SITE IS REINFORCING IT. An SR is like an embassy it only has so many slots, so condense your troops to one wave, that way more of your alliance mates can also reinforce it.

    IF YOUR ALLIANCE IS LUCKY ENOUGH TO HAVE AN SR SITE, DON'T BE A LEECH! REINFORCE IT!


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    How many reinforcing slots does a mine have? How many troops can they hold?

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    Are SRs considered wilds?

    Lets say two alliance battle, and they agreed on no wilds flipping, is SR considered wild and shouldn't be touched??



    Quote Originally Posted by heavybigmatt View Post
    Titanium and Graphene are Strategic Resources. They are used to build high end troops. Strategic Resources are called SR for short. SR's are wilds at random places on the map, there are only 6 titanium wilds and 6 graphene wilds. They have different icons on the map then any other wild. You can buy a map or build a map from attacking terrorist camps. An unowned SR site has the same troops as a level 10 wild.

    If a SR site is owned, then it will have what ever troops the owning alliance has sent to it for reinforcements. In order to take that wild you will have to kill all the reinforcing troops.

    Once your alliance has a SR site, upgrade your distribution center in city one and materials science skill to receive more SR per hour. Only city one will accumulate SR. If you reach your SR capacity in your city, move the SR to another city, so that you continue to gain more.

    THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF HAVING A SR SITE IS REINFORCING IT. An SR is like an embassy it only has so many slots, so condense your troops to one wave, that way more of your alliance mates can also reinforce it.

    IF YOUR ALLIANCE IS LUCKY ENOUGH TO HAVE AN SR SITE, DON'T BE A LEECH! REINFORCE IT!


    HeavyBigMatt
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    Suntzu32

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    sr mines dont have a slot limit it's power a troop power lvl with them being able to hold approximately 250k of troops. as was the case around christmas but recently our alliance haven't been able to put that amount of troops in without getting " you can not preform this action, strategic resource is full".. As to the point of do sr mines count as wilds during war I would say no you can get easy kills by taking sr mines from your opponents, but if you want to be politically correct you should agree to terms of war such as start time (inc time zone eg. GMT or PST) and duration, but if you are going to hijack an alliance be prepared for them to play by any means they see fit.. hope this helps a bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by General KRAM View Post
    Lets say two alliance battle, and they agreed on no wilds flipping, is SR considered wild and shouldn't be touched??


    in general most battles consider sr's and wilds as two different things, but terms for both are usually set at the same time.


 
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