Water Dragon Outpost Explained

What are the benefits of creating a Water Dragon Outpost?

The Water Dragon Outpost allows players to expand their empire and raise a new breed of Dragon. It also allows players to generate additional resources, train troops and have access to an additional troop type for more strategic combat planning.

Starting an Outpost

To start an Outpost, click the Empire tab in the bottom tray and click an unlocked Outpost icon. This will launch the Add Outpost dialog, which shows what requirements are needed to build an Outpost.


  • Water Dragon Egg
  • A Plain under your control (Note: the level of the Plain you build on dictates how many additional wildernesses you can control from the Outpost)
  • Reach level 8 or higher

Empire Tab

The Empire Tab allows you to switch between your main city, Outpost, and future expansions. It also contains a global view of all currently active jobs in your empire. The standard progress meters on the right of the screen will change according to the currently viewed location. As will the icons for the currently active buffs.


Silos are a temporary storage area for resources in outposts. Resources are created via buildings in the field and then accumulate in the silos. Before the resources can be used for construction, they must be gathered from the silos. When attacked, Outposts only lose resources from the silos. You can build multiple silos, and increasing their levels will increase the maximum amount they can store.

Outpost Damage

When an Outpost is attacked, it will take damage that must be repaired before resources can be produced again. Your Outpost will automatically begin to heal itself, but it will take some time, however the healing can be shortened with Speed-Ups.


Troops can be sent from your main City to occupy your Outpost. Each level of Muster Point you have in your Outpost will allow an additional regiment of troops to reinforce the Outpost.

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