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April 6, 2009

What is Travian?

Filed under: Uncategorized — aaacin @ 1:59 pm

What is Travian?

Travian is a browser game featuring a world with thousands of other real players. One begins the game acting as a chief of a tiny village.

» To the tutorial (in just 60s)

This is how you start…

…and later your village could look like that.
In the beginning your small village will have just one building.
We will show you how to expand your village so that it becomes a mighty and prosperous city on the next page.

1. choose a resource field

2. extend the resource field
There are four different types of resources in Travian: wood, clay, iron and crop.
Before you expand your village’s buildings, you should develop some resource fields to to increase your resource supply

1. choose building site

2. construct a building
After taking care of your resource supply you can start the expansion of your village.
A warehouse and a granary enable you to store more resources. A cranny saves your resources from getting stolen by enemy raiders.

Your village and your neighbors
You are not alone in Travian. You interact with thousands of players in the world of Travian.
The players in your surrounding are most important to you. Thanks to the map you have a good overview of who they are.

The navigationbar

  1. Overview: Here you find your resource fields
  2. Center: In the village you can build buildings
  3. Map: Here you can have a look at your village’s surrounding and your neighbors
  4. Statistics: Ranking of all players
  5. Reports: Information on happenings in your village
  6. Messages: Send and receive messages
Now you know everything important about Travian. After registration you can start playing!







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