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After enters the first page of the game, you will find textboxes for inputting Username / Password, in order to Login. If this is your first time for this game, please click on the button "Create New Account" , which will links you to this page:

After inputting all the information, you will receive an auto-sent email message from the system to your provided email address. You must click the confirmation link in the E-mail, then go back to the game's homepage and Login.

Build your city

After you Login, you will find a link "Create New Unit", after clicking the link, a list of robots will appear for your selection as well as providing a name for your city. Any illegal, impolite, abusive names will result in a punishment.

If you choose "Random" the game will automatically pick one robot for you. Once you finish inputting all the information, you will be linked to the game's main page, which is a Unit Overview page:

First thing you should do is to Explore for the acres.
You can do this by hover the mouse on the top menu [City & Robot] -> [Expand City]. Then start your exploration. In the beginning, you will have 1800 Acres and you can explore for more. The more acres you got the better, as it will increase your Credits earning, also you can refill HP/EN of your mecha faster, as well as a few more benefits.

Acres you got from exploring will be Free Acres which is still not put into any use. Therefore, after you explore and increase your Acres to the amount you want, you must allocate your free Acres to the facilities you want. Hover your mouse on the top menu [City & Robot] -> [Manage City], which will looks like the picture below.

Free acres 0/1800 : You have 0 Free Acres from total 1800 Acres
Current size : Current facilities amount
Wanted size : Amount of facilities you want
When you are managing your Acres, you have to input the amount of each facility you want in the Wanted size field, then press the Build button. For example, if you have total 1800 Acres, input the amount of each facilities that could be sum up to 1800 in total, then press the Build button. Any unallocated amount will remain as Free Acres. So you should make sure that you have allocated all the Free Acres into facilities.
At the first time, you will need 1 turn for Acres management. However, if you would like to manage again within 20 hours after the last time you managed, you will have to spend 50 turns instead (25 turns for Premium Users). Then the cool down time before you can use 1 turn for management will be reset to 20 hours from the last time you manage. (You still earn Credits and refill HP/EN of your mecha for the amount of turn spent for City Management.) You can check the last time you managed on the Manage City screen, including the turn requited to manage as well.

In general, you should always have at least 2000 Acres, and the recommended amount of each facilities in general are as follows:
Repair Site = 600
Trade Center = 1000
Power Plant = 100 (You don’t have to allocate to this facility if your mecha’s weapon does not require EN)
Research Center = As many as you want, the more it is, the higher Research Point you will gain.
Factory = As many as you want, the more it is, the cheaper the item price will be.

You still earn Credits and refill HP/EN of your mecha for the amount of turn spent for City Management. You can read more details about each facility in City Management section.


Using the turn in order to emphasize on one kind of development. If you want to use the turn for boosting,
please go to the top menu bar [City & Robot] -> [Boost]

There are 5 kinds of Boost which are:

Boost Money : by boosting credits, you will gain 20% more credits
For example : In general you gain 10,000 credits per 10 turns, if you boost credits for 10 turns, you will gain 12,000 credits instead.

Boost HP : by boosting HP, you will regen HP 100% faster
For example: In general you regen 500HP per 10 turns, if you boost HP for 10 turns you will regen 1000HP instead.

Recharge HP : by recharging HP, you will regen extra 5% of max HP per turn spent this way
For example: In general you regen 500HP per 10 turns, if you recharge HP for 10 turns you will regen 500HP + 50% of Max HP.

Boost EN : by boosting EN, you will regen EN 100% faster
For example: In general you regen 100EN per 10 turns, if you boost EN for 10 turns you will regen 200EN instead.

Boost XP : by boosting XP, you will gain additional 7 EXP per turn


This menu is for enhancing your robot's abilities by spending your turns and credits.
Please go to the top menu bar [City & Robot] -> [Upgrade]

For HP , EN , Speed , Armor, one upgrade will increase the status according to the Growth column.
For weapon, one upgrade will increase the power according to the number in parenthesis.
By spending your turns in upgrade, your robot will regen HP/EN and gain credits in the same manner as building your city.

Set plan

After you finish building your city and fully recover the robot's HP/EN. The next step is to set your plans for intercepting any intruders, as well as setting plan for invading other cities.

Set defense plan

is for setting your city's defense plans, please go to the top menu bar [Warfare] -> [Defense Plans]

then click the button "Add a defense plan" and it will show as picture below

You can add more defense plan by clicking the button "Add a defense plan" again after you finish creating this current plan.
The top part of each plan will display picture of each robot, check the box below the robot's picture to use this plan against that type of robot. You can select all robot or select none by using 2 buttons as the name of button mentioned
Under 2 buttons will show Skill list which your robot can use, as well as the description of each skill.
The information under the skill list are explained below

Color = The plan's color. No effect on the plan. Just for player to mark the specific plan to have the color of their choice, easy to find the specific plan when you have lots of defense plans.

Skill point left = the remaining amount of SP which is not used in the plan. For example, your current SP is 20 and you used 15 for the plan, this line will display that you have 5 SP remaining. There is also "Reset Skill" button to reset all skill setting in this plan

Below the line that show skill point left is the skill usage setting, with details as follow:
Turn = Turn you would like the skill to activate, each skill will active for 2 turns. For example, if you set the skill to activate on turn 1, the skill will activate on turn 1 and 2.
Skill = Select the skill you want to use
Amount = Amount of skill you want to use in the specific turn

Item Slot
= Use the Item that you have by choosing from your Item list. You can use 2 items in one plan. Any items used in the defend plan will become unavailable for the attack plan. The "Turn" part is used for specifying which turn you want to use the item. The items which must be used on specific turn are: Energy Tank , Energy Tank S , Repair Kit. These item will affect only on the turn you select. For other items, specifying the turn will not have any effect.

Note : Items used in the defend plan will not disappear, but items used in the attack plan will be consumed after you click "Attack", whether the items are used or not in the battle.

Then after you click on the "Update Plan" Button, your defense plan page will be as the picture below

The Magnifier with color line = The color line will be the color that you choose and you can hover the mouse over this icon to see the plan details.
Remaining Skill Points = Available skill points which are still not used in the current plan.
Paper and pencil icon = Click to edit that plan.
Checkbox = Mark the plan to delete. You can click on the "Delete selected plan" Line to delete all checked plan.

Note : If there are more than one plan specified for one robot, when the robot attack your city, your defend plan will be chosen from those plans start from plan 1 to the last one that you have and back to plan 1.

Warning : The error which happens quite often is using the SP more than your current available SP in the plan, and using 2 pieces of the same item which you actually have only 1.

Warning2 : In case that you already set a plan and click edit a plan, your chosen item will be missing and you can choose only other items those are not in the plan before edit, you need to click update plan and re-edit again then you'll see the missing item.



Go to the top menu bar [Warfare] -> [Attack] once clicked, you will be linked to a page similar to the screenshot below.

You will see that there are many different colors for each city, each color have the following meaning:
Red = City with higher score and rank than you
Blue = City with lower score and rank than you
Green = City which attacked you within the last 24 hours (you can attack the city despite his/her defense quota is already full)

To set attack plan, click on "Set attack scheme" at the top of the page
For all of the set attack plan page's details, please refer to the section Set defense plan above.

Note: Items specified in the attack plan will be consumed after you click on the "Attack" button, whether it is used in the battle or not.

Warning: many people often found this problem, "a new attack plan has already been set but when attacking another robot, a previous plan is used instead". To prevent the problem, please make sure that you click the submit button and a confirmation text "Done" appears on the top of the page. Sometimes you may set to use SP more than you currently have, or set to use the items you do not have on hand. Consequently, the new plan is incomplete and once you commence an attack, the game instead use the previous attack plan because a new plan has not been saved.

Once you finish setting your attack plan, now it is the time to start attacking other city.
To select the city you would like to attack: click on the city name, the "Attack" button will appear at the bottom of the page. Above the "Attack" button will display your chosen city and Turn cost / Turn available

Note: You are unable to attack when you have lower than 10% of your Max HP

After clicking the "Attack" button, you will be linked to a battle result page. Please refer to a screenshot below.

On the left side is your robot's information. On the right side is your enemy's robot information. The weapon will be display in order by highest power to lowest power.
Under the weapon will display the plans of both side. On the left side is your attack plan and on the right side is the enemy's defense plan.
Next lower part will display the pilot's skills which affect the battle.

You can read more details about battle system in the section Battle

When you scroll down to the bottom part of the page, you will see the battle result as well as the EXP and acres you gain. Then you should return to your main page to Boost HP/EN , Credits or EXP, depending on the HP/EN regen amount you required. Once your robot is fully recovered, you will be ready to start another attack. However, you have only 7 attack quota per one day. The attack quota will reset once 23 hours and 30 minutes has passed after the attack. You can still attack after the quota is full, but you will have to spend 10 extra turns in cumulative for each attack after the 7th. Please see an example from the table below:
Attack time

Note : You should not attack after your quota is full, it is usually a waste of turns.


Special Upgrade

Certain robots in this game are able to improve themselves to another steps with an upgrade called "Special Upgrade".
For more details, please read in the section Special Upgrade
Once all the conditions are met, a "Special Upgrade" notification will appear in your "Upgrade" page under the part of weapon upgrade. Please refer to the screenshot.

According to the above screenshot, there are 2 evolutions for V2 Gundam which are:
V2 Buster Gundam (Ratio 55%)
V2 Assault Gundam (Ratio 60%)

If your ratio is at 58%, you will see only V2 Buster Gundam.
Then, once your click the button for the evolution of your choice, your robot will evolve right away.

Note: the turns required for "Special Upgrade" will be consumed without gaining credits but you will still regenerating HP/EN.

Warning: before doing the Special Upgrade, please make sure that you have select the right evolution, as the upgrade can not be undone.



"Bases" in this game are equal to your city's life points. When you attack other city and won, you will gain 1 Base. While when you are attacked and lose, you will also lose 1 Base. As soon as you have 0 Base, you are dead. The following text will appear:

You can still delete your current city and start a new one right away by click on the button "delete your current unit" (please refer to the screenshot). Then you will be able to select a new robot.

Change Robot

If you have been playing for a while and feel unhappy with your current robot, you can destroy your city and create a new one instead.
Go to the top menu bar [Special Actions] -> [Destroy your unit]
The system will ask for your final confirmation before the destroying your city.

Note: In order to delete your current city, you have to wait until 24 hours after your last attack time has passed.

Warning: Creating a new ID without deleting your previous city is equal to breaking the game rule (Multi Account is forbidden). If found guilty you will be banned instantly.

Note: If you want to delete your unit without having to wait for 24 hours, you can spend 10 points to delete it immediately by going to the top menu bar [Special Actions] -> [Point Services] and click on "Urgent Delete Unit"


End of Season

The game's length is 2 months. Once the season is over, there will be a score conclusion and annoucing the players in Hall of Fame for various parts. Then all of the data will be erased and a new season will start. You can use your current account to play in the new seasons without creating a new one. All you have to do is login with your current ID.


-Your acres should not be lower than 1,400. If your have low acres you will gain less credits and other robots will over-upgrade yours.
-If you have low acres and you are not sure if you could win the battle against your enemy, it is better to explore to increase your acres. This way you will surely have more acres, because if you take a chance and lose, you will gain nothing but EXP.
-Bidding pilots are for Premium User only.
Price of items are cheaper for Premium Userto buy.
-Recommend robots for beginner are GundamDeathScythe, Nu Gundam, Dangaioh. You should start from one of these because if you start playing with a more complicated robot, you may feel that this game is too hard for you.
-One upgrade will increase your score for 1,000. Consequently, by focusing your upgrade on a specific attributes will not raise your score too much and you will be able to locate your "target" easier.
You should never attack more than 7 times a day unless it is inevitable. For example, you need only 1 more win to meet the evolution condition, which could change your fortune.

Translation credit : PopPause @ GT
« Last Edit: January 19, 2013, 03:33:27 AM by Vincent »