The stone technology unlocks higher tiers of towers, walls, and the town center. Without this tech, these Kingdom structures can only reach a wooden tier. After paying for this tech, the Monarch is allowed to upgrade them to the stone tier.
Architecture shrine[edit | edit source]
The architecture shrine initially appears as a small, wooden, church-shaped structure with flying buttresses and a Freemason symbol on its face.
When the Monarch pays seven coins to the shrine, it reconstructs itself into its stone counterpart, without the help of any builder (see infobox images).
The architecture shrine can be found deep in the woods, but there is no way to predetermine it's exact location. Also, one is guaranteed in every land, except in the first island of Kingdom: New Lands, where it will never appear.
Stone mine[edit | edit source]
This section is about Kingdom Two Crowns.
Unlike in other games, the stone tech can only be unlocked in the second island. If skipped, the Kingdom will be stuck with the wood technology until the Monarch can go back to this island and pay for it the required coins.
History[edit | edit source]
|Dec 19, 2017||All||1.2.8||The architecture shrine was removed from the first island.|
References[edit | edit source]
- Or Stone Age, in Two Crowns.
- Also frequently known as the obelisk, the mason shrine, the stone shrine, or the upgrade shrine.
- Or the quarry.
- Raw Fury on Steam forum. This change was not included in the patch notes, for what we see developer apologizing on . says