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|Troops: Petrified Titan|
"One of the oldest beings of Atlantis. Also one of its mightiest. These massive protectors of nature have no natural enemies. Typically docile and peaceful, they remain at rest and commune with nature. When provoked, they are unstoppable."
Their power is an advantage, as they give 20 power each. Petrified Titans have more defense than most troops, and the 3rd best melee attack damage in Atlantis(1. Shadow Stalker First hit, 2. Dimensional Ruiner). However, their low speed makes them vulnerable to ranged attack.
When combined with ranged troops, the Petrified Titan would act as a "meat shield", and protect your ranged attackers (LJs) while they are killing the enemies' troops. If there were enough rounds, the Titan would cause major damage to the other troops; however, given their very low speed, it would require a lot of rounds before this would happen. Presumably, Titans are very good at fighting speed troops, but are too slow to be of much use against ranged troops, so that even LBM may kill Titans easily.
- Research: Agriculture level 10, Energy Collection level 8, Medicine level 10
- Buildings: Training Camp level 10(In the Gaea Springs Outpost)
- Resources (for each one): Titan Seedling 1, Blue Energy 15, Food 1000, Gold 10000, Idle pop. 15, Lumber 4000, Metals 1000, Stone 1000
- Completion Grants needed: 4 (Training Camp, Fortress, Science Center, Farm)
You must have a Titan Seedling for each one of these mighty Titans that you train. When a Petrified Titan dies, you do not get the seedling back, but you will be able to revive them in the Spectral Ruins. You can obtain these seedlings from level 7+ Forests and level 11 Anthropus Camps, they can be purchased from the Shop with Rubies, or won from Fortuna .
At times, training this troop will not need a seedling, however, this only happens during events. When it happens, it is advisable to queue mass amounts of troops.
Lowering Titan TrainingEditThe only possible way to lower Titan training (other than using Speed Ups) is to breed your Stone Dragon with your Great Dragon (or their offspring). The special ability you should receive is "Petrified Titan Training." See the Sanctuary to review more details about dragon enhanced abilities.
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|Page last updated: 2016-12-3 07:57 (UTC)|