This article gives an explanation of how to acquire very high Troop Attack, Defense and Health boosts in King of Avalon. The focus is on Troop Attack, but for most categories Defense and Health are acquired in the same manner.
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Explanation of all the different ways to increase your Troop Attack boosts.
We will have a look at each category in which you can get Troop Attack boosts and explain how you can acquire these.
The complete Ice Lord set gives a basic Troop Attack boost of 75%. Once completed you also get a Set Resonance Boost of 15%, which can be increased further by 50% for the first enhancement level. Also for each time the gear is enhancement the basic boosts are increased.
Based on feedback I got the enhancement level increases of the Set Resonance Boost are 50% for lvl 1, 0% for lvl 2, 70% for lvl 3, 0% for lvl 4 and 80% for lvl 5, so cumulative 200% for lvl 5 enhancement, making the Set Resonance Boost increase from 15% to 45%.
The troop attack boosts is incremented with 4% for every enhancement level.
Based on this the total gear set Troop Attack boosts can be 135% (90% (basic gear boost enhanced to level 5) + 15% (basic set resonance boost) + 30% (200% of 15% for lvl 5 enhancement).
The basic boost of the flamebringer set is 150%, which I assume can be increased further by enhancements, but I have no data on that.
Two fully refined Flawless Vital Soul Gemstones will give you 90% (2x45%) Troop Attack boost
Two fully upgraded Epic Luminous Dominion Emblems will give you 80% (2x40%) Troop Attack boost.
Four fully upgraded Epic Thunder Lion Prestige Statues will give you 40% (4x10%) Troop Attack boost.
Two fully enhanced Gold Vortimers Sword Universe Artifacts will give you 45.72% (2x22.86%) Troop Attack boost.
For the two buildings that give a prestige level troop attack boost I only have data available until level 31 (University and Stronghold). Extrapolating this data I estimate a total prestige level Troop Attack boost of 73.1% (49.7% University, 23.4% Stronghold) is possible with both buildings at prestige level 35.
The two Troop Attack projects in Combat II will give a total of 20% Troop Attack Boost.
Lord Talent points in War via the All Troop Attack project close to the end of the tree can give a 10% Troop Attack.
Active VIP 10 or higher gives 15% Troop Attack.
The advanced Dragon Skill Blood Thirst gives a basic Troop Attack of 2%. I assume this can be increased by upgrading and/or enhancing to a higher level, but I have no idea how high.
King Arthur's Soul (Master Enforcer, 30%+10% Royal Return Boost), Sir Lamorak (Master of Arms, 30%), Tristan (High Constable, 15%), Sir Kay (Keeper of the Seal, 15%) can provide 100% Troop Attack.
In the Berserker Tree there are two Troop Attack projects that can provide a total of 10% (2x5%) Troop Attack.
In update 5.0 a new version of the Labyrinth was introduced and for each of the eight sections you complete you get large Troop Attack (and Defense and Health) boost, a total of 190% once you completed all 8 sections.
Battle Blade and Dragon Blade give 15% Troop Attack. There might be others that provide even higher boosts.
Various accolades can give a total of 29% Troop Attack boost.
By using a Savage Attack item you can temporarily increase your Troop Attack boost with 25%.
See in table below a breakdown of the above discussed ways to get Troop Attack bonus.
|Gear||150%||Standard boost for Flamebringer, might be able to increase via enhancements|
|Prestige Levels||73.1%||Based on extrapolation of data|
|Lord Talent Points||10%|
|Dragon Skils||2%||This is the basic boost, via Upgrading and enhancing of Blood Thirst this can likely be incremented, but no idea how high|
|Dragon Spirit Talent Points||10%|
|Relics||15%||Might be others that provide higher boosts|
There are some very specific boosts, such as the boosts you can select inside the Magic Spire, or the boosts you can get when plundering full or defending empty alliance buildings in the ultimate alliance conquest that are not included in this overview, but that can cause higher Troop Boosts to show in in battle reports.
This should give an idea how some players (big spenders) get these 400+% Troop Attack/Defense/Health boost, while you are stuck between 100% and 150%.
Although these troop boosts are great, do not forget to focus on damage and damage reduction/received as well. Also, since you likely mostly use Bowmen and Cavalry for damage dealers, having both Cavalry Attack and Distance Attack is almost as valuable as having Troop Attack.
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