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This article is precise while describing Destroying Portals in Kingdom: Classic and Kingdom: New Lands, but is lacking adaptation and/or missing entire sections to match the features found in Kingdom: Two Crowns.

This is an strategy page. For the mechanics, see: Portals or Knights

Portals can only be destroyed by sending out knights and their company to attack it.

Portals do not regenerate health, so any damage inflicted by a knight's party is permanent. Portals that are under attack release a few greedlings. The longer the kingdom has existed, the more greedlings will appear.

When any portal is destroyed, the active portals remaining spawn huge numbers of monsters, at least as strong as the blood moon event. These monsters are not limited to night and will attack the kingdom as soon as a portal goes down. The knights and archers under his command will immediately run back to the rally point on the border of your kingdom, leaving them vulnerable to enemies that might chase them.

Small PortalsEdit

Defensive Wall with Banner

When it comes time, the Monarch can build an army and march on a portal. Townsfolk can pick up a shield at a fully upgraded town hall to become knights. Upon command, they will lead an attack force of four archers through the forest to the first portal they encounter.

When a portal detects it's being attacked, it immediately activates and starts defending itself by sending out greedlings until either the portal frame is destroyed or the attackers are dealt with. The knights focus entirely[1] on defending archers, while archers split their attention between killing greedlings and damaging the portal.

Cliff PortalEdit

Assaulting Mother Portal

One potential danger is how far away the portal is from the Kingdom; depending on the island, the sun might be setting by the time the Kingdom's army arrives, at which time the Greed will already be launching their nightly raid. (The force behind their nightly raids is far less survivable than their portal defenses.) One way to avoid this problem is by ordering the assault the morning after a Blood Moon sets; the Greed do not to attack the night after a Blood Moon raid.

The CaveEdit

This section is a guide. For the mechanics, see: The Cave.

Inside the Cave you will encounter Hearts of Greed (HoG), a pulsating, beating, organ like structure that periodically vomits basic greedlings at you. The number of HoGs you will face corresponds to the island number you are currently on (1st island Cave has 1 HoG, 2nd island Cave has 2 HoG, etc.).

After neutralizing each HoG and moving forward, you will reach the Greed Volcano. You need to bring the bomb under the Volcano, ignite it, and run back outside. To make it back before detonation, a fast mount like the griffin is recommended. Note that you do not need to make it outside to destroy the Volcano and secure the island, but if you fail to reach the exit before detonation, you will have to start at island 1 again, but the current island will still be secured.

Assuming you reached the Volcano with no losses to your party, upon exiting the Cave you should see 3 builders, and 8 vagrants. The 2 missing vagrants may be the Samurai/Knights who stayed to hold the Greed back.

TipsEdit

  • New Lands: Attacking the portal before Day XX/20, if timed correctly, is very effective because the knights and his company can eliminate any nightly wave that they encounter during their way to the portal. This allows players to launch an attack even though the outer wall is located far from the portal. After day XX/20, players can close the distance between the outer wall and the portal to avoid the nightly wave, and/or escort the knights to the portal and clear the nightly wave by dropping coins and kite the giants away from the knights before the wave reaches the knights. However, the latter strategy becomes ineffective in the later game when floaters start to spawn at night. The floaters can abduct the knights and even if the soldier archers can free the abducted knights from the floaters, the knights will abandon the mission and walk towards the base instead.
  • In New Lands, it is best to destroy all portals on the side where the pier for the boat is so that you only need to defend one side and expand on the other side.
  • Do not rush destroying portals as the counterattack will bring floaters and breeders, wait until you have catapults and rock structures to be sure that you will survive the counterattack.
  • The retaliation attack from an active portal can be repelled by timing an attack such that the portal is destroyed around the bell in the morning. When the bell rings, the small and flying monsters will retreat. This strategy requires players to accurately measure the distance from the outer wall to the portal, time required to destroy the portal and knowledge about bell timing on the day before and after the attack.
  • It's best for inexperienced Monarchs not to pass by inactive portals to scout further the land due to the portal constantly opening and greedlings spawning to corner you.

ReferencesEdit

  1. In newlandsIcon NewLands Kingdom: New Lands the knights may actively attack the portal and the greed if they have the statue of knights' blessing.