INDIAN BURIAL AND SACRED GROUNDS WATCH

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LINKS TO NEWS AND CAMPAIGNS CONCERNING:

 MD – Slaves’ Graves, Indian Site At Heart of Land Dispute — (24 April 2003)
 SD – Some activity on Indian burial site OK, judge says — (22 April 2003)
 IL – Ancient Village Located in Illinois — (21 April 2003)
 FL – Titusville, FL. The American Indian Movement of Florida (Florida AIM) has demanded the Brevard County Sheriffs Office insure the protection of a heavily looted and imperiled Indigenous cemetery in north Brevard County known as Indian Station. (21 April 2003)
 SD – Agency: River sites need protection — (18 April 2003)
 CA – Gov. Davis signs legislation to protect Quechan sacred site — (16 April 2003)
 MI – Native American Pride Committee alert for Bay City Michigan — (14 April 2003)
 ID – Ancient skull found in police raid turned over to Idaho tribe — (11 April 2003)
 CA – Ancient burials found at development site — (April 2003)
 WI – Ojibwe band may regain ancestors’ burial ground — (31 March 2003)
 KS – Mounds reveal much about culture — (28 March 2003)
 Canada – Rectifying ‘science run amok’: Chicago museum returning remains to tribe in Canada — (27 March 2003)
 NM – Archaeological-Protection Case Settled — (24 March 2003)
 General – Native American artifacts pose pesticide exposure risk — (23 March 2003)
 SD – Appeals court debates S.D. land transfer — (18 March 2003)
 NY – Return of remains, artifacts are focus of session at BU — (15 March 2003)
 NM – Reading the rocks — (14 March 2003)
 AZ – Dropping lake levels expose historic ruins — (10 March 2003)
 SD – Officials say artifact theft along Missouri River a troubling problem — (9 March 2003)
 Peru – Peru Wants Relic Back From Yale — (5 March 2003)
 CO – Vandals strike archaeological site in canyons of the Ancients — (3 March 2003)
 The Baer Case: Hand Slap, Face Slap — (March 2003)
 NC – Mound Reveals Clues on Prehistoric People — (28 Jan 2003)
 MO – Two men plead guilty to digging up ancient burial site — (27 Jan 2003)
 UT – Couple agree to pay fine for digging up Anasazi site — (27 Jan 2003)
 OH – Fine paid on behalf of Crandell — (25 Jan 2003)
 OR – American Indian pictographs damaged — (24 Jan 2003)
 OR – Northwest Tribes Appeal Kennewick Man Ruling — (23 Jan 2003)
 FL – Crane Creek Site Threatened (AIM FL) — (20 Jan 2003)
 IL- Indian Mounds Near East Peoria to be Preserved With State Funds — (19 Jan 2003)
 OR – More charges filed against grave robber — (18 Jan 2003)
 OR – Accused looter of ancient Nevada site plotted murder — (16 Jan 2003)
 Kennewick Man – Experts closer to study of skeleton — (9 Jan 2003)
 Ohio – Descendants of Ohio’s earliest people fight to save mounds — (5 Jan 2003)
 Ottowa – The Museum of Civilization is set to return dozens of ancestral bones to area native people, but the Algonquins want more — (31 Dec 2002)
 MO-IL – Burial mounds at risk – Native Americans rally to divert proposed overpass — (31 Dec 2002)
 GA – ONM – Macon’s 1st Home – lives on – Long Live the ONM (Ocmulgee) — (21 Dec 2002)
 GA – More on Ocmulgee (from Lindsay Holliday) — (18 Dec 2002)
 OH – Golf club says it can’t afford move from ancient mounds — (13 Dec 2002)
 GA – Creeks join fight to protect historic land (Okmulgee) — (13 Dec 2002)
 GA – Native Americans oppose planned Fall Line Freeway route (Ocmulgee) — (13 Dec 2002)
 FL — Human Bones Found Among Miami Circle Artifacts — (3 Dec 2002)
 AZ — Court: Claim vs. Mount Graham observatory moot — (3 Dec 2002)
 CA — Cohesive plan sought to protect sacred lands — Nevada company wants to mine gold from Indian Pass — (3 Dec 2002)
 Threatened Sacred Sites — (2 Dec 2002)
 NC – Connestee Mound — (2 Dec 2002)
 SD – Native group prepared to guard sites (Stronghold Table) — (1 Dec 2002)
 AZ – Immigrants Leaving Mounds of Trash on Tohono O’Odham Indian Sacred Lands — (29 Nov 2002)
 MO – Two accused of looting American Indian graves — (29 Nov 2002)
 CA – U.S. Approves Power Plant in Area Indians Hold Sacred — (28 Nov 2002)
 TN – Bend park bill passes, but Senate, House differ — (21 Nov 2002)
 MO – Two men are accused of robbing burial site — (21 Nov 2002)
 OH – Octagon Mounds — (call for letters) (20 Nov 2002)
 TN – Moccasin Bend National Park Bill Passes Senate – But Maybe Too Late — (20 Nov 2002)
 UT – Charges dismissed against man nearly seven years after Indian burial mound desecration — (20 Nov 2002)
 WY – Medicine wheel in legal dispute — (16 Nov 2002)
 NY – Setback In Suit To Reclaim Burial Ground — (16 Nov 2002)
 OH – Octagon Mound petition and plea for contributions toward Barbara Crandell’s fine — (14 Nov 2002)
 OH – Octagon mound needs to be made a public site — (13 Nov 2002)
 NE – Tribe gets remains under new state law — (13 Nov 2002)
 UK – Britain – The skeletons of colonialism may get a decent burial at last — (12 Nov 2002)
 NY – More Burial Sites Facing Destruction — (12 Nov 2002)
 OH – Cherokee woman guilty for praying — (8 Nov 2002)
 AL – Protest against the auction of American Indian Artifacts — (8 Nov 2002)
 TN – Preserving the Bend’s history Bill to make Chattanooga peninsula part of park system stalled, but expected to pass — (1 Nov 2002)
 OH – Consensus Needed on Plan to Protect Indian Burial Sites — (29 Oct 2002)
 RI – Archaeological gathering hears of tally of uncovered remains — (29 Oct 2002)
 AR – VA Researcher Finds Vast American Indian Settlement — (28 Oct 2002)
 WA – Tribes say they’ll appeal ruling on Kennewick Man — (26 Oct 2002)
 TN – Moccasin Bend Park May Be Saved By Lame Duck Session — (23 Oct 2002)
 SD – Lakota maintain resistance camp to protect Ghost Dancers remains — (Oct 2002)
 PA – Erie County group seeks to return Indian artifacts — (23 Oct 2002)
 OR – Judge rules tribes can appeal ruling on ancient skeleton — Kennewick Man (22 Oct 2002)
 OH – Worshippers Embrace Special Day — Octagon Mounds (20 Oct 2002)
 OH – Deserving of Preserving — (20 Oct 2002)
 DC – Modern Lives Dwell in the Indian Past — (20 Oct 2002)
 OH – An undisturbing development — (20 Oct 2002)
 WA – Bones unearthed; reburial carries hefty price — (19 Oct 2002)
 CA – San Juan Capistrano leaders reach agreement for school on burial site — (19 Oct 2002)
 OH – Archaeologists Told Not To Disturb Remains — (19 Oct 2002)
 SC – Indian Grave Desecration — (17 Oct 2002)
 OH – Golf Free Day at the Octagon Mound, Oct 16 (pdf file) — (10 Oct 2002)
 OH – Fort Meigs may go on parks ‘watch list’ — (9 Oct 2002)
 UT – Committee on Indian Bones is Struggling — (7 Oct 2002)
 CA – Remains found at Hellman site — (1 Oct 2002)
 CA – Governor Vetoes Sacred Sites Bill — (30 Sept 2002)
 CA – Indian Site Preservation Pushed — (27 Sept 2002)
 KENNEWICK MAN – Tribes seek to contest court ruling on skeleton — (27 Sept 2002)
 KENNEWICK MAN – Tribes try to appeal ruling on old bones — (27 Sept 2002)
 IN – Angel Mounds: Native Americans May Boycott Native American Days — (26 Sept 2002)
 SD – South Unit fossil dig on hold until spring — (25 Sept 2002)
 CA – Sacred sites bill passes California Legislature Sits on governor’s desk — Indian Country Today (24 Sept 2002)
 SD – Dig in graves of Ghost Dancers planned by NPS (24 Sept 2002)
 KENNEWICK MAN – Kennewick Man — AIM Support Group of Ohio and Northern KY (17 Sept 2002)
 KENNEWICK MAN – Kennewick Man — AIM Support Group of Ohio and Northern KY (17 Sept 2002)
 BC – Planning a Homecoming for Indians’ Remains — NY Times (16 Sept 2002)
 BC – Haida to bring home ancestors’ bones — Globe and Mail (16 Sept 2002)
 CA – Measure seeks to protect Indian sites; Opposition builds to California bill (15 Sept 2002)
 MO – City prepares to go it alone on trail funds (Burial mound at issue — 14 Sept 2002)
 CA – Lawmakers passed the sacred sites measure, but Gov. Davis is being pressed to veto it (13 Sept 2002)
 KS – In Larryville: The People Speak Out (13 Sept 2002)
 OH – Octagon, Great Circle Mounds (13 Sept 2002)
 BC – Haida First Nations repatriate human remains from USA (12 Sept 2002)
 CA – Tribes Flex Power on Sacred Sites (Sept 2002)
 WA – Kennewick Man: mediator between past and future Seattle Times (9 Sept 2002)
 OH – Park manager bars volunteer from meeting at Fort Meigs (7 Sept 2002)
 CA – Help Us Save Our Sacred Site Acjachemem Tribe, Putiidhem site (5 Sept 2002)
 US – Politics Aside, These Bones Belong to Everybody In the Fray Seattle Times (5 Sept 2002)
 WA – Probing the Mystery of Kennewick Man Seattle Times (5 Sept 2002)
 SD – Lakota Stronghold News (4 Sept 2002)
 US – Free at Last – A victory for science in the Kennewick Man case National Review (4 Sept 2002)
 US – Native Tribes Seek Clout on Non-tribal Lands (4 Sept 2002)
 OR – The Kennewick Man Saga, or How the Clinton administration mishandled an ancient Indian trust asset (3 Sept 2002)
 NEW PETITION: Support Taino Rights to Their Ancestral Remains and Sacred Sites in Puerto Rico. Read and sign the petition of the United Confederaton of Taino People here.
 New State Law in California Aids Repatriation, October 25, 2001

MORE IN THE SITES SECTION and NEWS ARCHIVE

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Native News Online now has a search page for state level Indian/tribal legislation at:
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Read about:
Montana HB HB0165 22.1K Mar 29, 2001
Repatriation for human remains
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For NAGPRA specific updates and an ability to draw up
NAGPRA-related news over a period of time, go to
Native News Online. The Nagpra Updates link is in the left column.

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Get involved.
To become a member of the Indian Burial Grounds Action Group
“dedicated to issues relevant to Indian Burial Grounds and their Protection”
go to groups.yahoo.com/group/IndianBurialGroundsActionGroup.

What is on this site and where

  • MISSION STATEMENT

    The Mission Statement.

  • SITES

    Sites

    This section gives, ordered by state, sites which are actively endangered, inactive sites, and closed cases. Follow the links to interior pages to learn more about the specific sites, the latest news on them, and how to help. This, as with the updates page, may only be as comprehensive as the webmaster’s resources and limited knowledge permits them to be. Those who believe this web site might be a helpful tool for their particular organization or concern can help by sending news to the webmaster of endangered sites and concerns and updates related to them.

  • LEARN

    In the Learn section will be found:

  • Federal Laws: Information on NAGPRA (the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act) and links pertaining to NAGPRA. Also here is information concerning controversy over NAGPRA. Also on this page are links to information on the 1996 24 May, Executive Order 13007 concerning Indian Sacred Sites; Indian Tribes and the Section 106 Review Process; and the American Indian Religious Freedom Act.
  • State Laws: Look here for available information on State Laws concerning burial grounds.
  • Some Preserved Sites: Grouped by state are Indian burial grounds or Indian mounds listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and others. Links take to the onsite state pages where further information is had on the sites, along with links to parks, pictures and other resources. Also here is a page for Other Mounds Found in Archaeological Manuscripts. And because, for some, “preservation” doesn’t entail the transformation of a burial ground into a tourist attraction, there is also the subsection Not a Tourist Trap.
  • Some History and Culture: Here are largely links to offsite pages on Mississippian Culture.
  • Controversies Concerning Archaeology: There is concern over whether “safe” archaeology exists. Here are articles or links to articles on the debate.
  • American Indian Voices: American Indians on the issues.
  • Relevant News Items: Look for relevant news items here grouped by year and state.
  • ACTION

    On the Action page will be found:

  • Online Petitions: Gives info on the where and how of constructing an online petition.
  • State Government, State Web Sites, State Historical Societies, Office of the State Archaeologist:The information here is grouped by state. When you need the names of state officials, county commissioners etc., look at this section. The information on the State Government links is as up-to-date as the State makes it. Use State Web Site pages to find information such as newspapers, if they are online, and where to write a letter to the editor. State Archaeologists can answer questions regaring laws. There may also be maps in these link areas.
  • State Historic Preservation Officers and other Preservation Organizations: Tribal Preservation Officer links and Cultural Resource Mapping links are also here.
  • Federal: Search engines for if you need to look up legislative information etc.
  • LINKS

    Links to preservation and repatriation organizations; online news, commentary and misc. resources; Indian nations; tribal organizations and more.

  • CONTACT

    Contact information for the Indian Burial and Sacred Grounds Watch web site.

Disclaimer

The IBSGWATCH web site is intended to enhance access to and dissemination of information on causes concerned with Indian burial and sacred grounds. The goal is to keep this information timely and accurate. If errors are brought to our attention, we will correct them.

IBSGWATCH is an outgrowth of IBGAG but is independent and not affiliated with any particular group or organization mentioned on these pages. Burial and Sacred Grounds issues on this site are addressed by a variety of organizations and groups; this does not infer or imply any affiliation between the different organizations and groups listed unless explicitly stated. The opinions stated and actions taken by various groups are not necessarily shared or supported by IBSGWATCH or other groups and organizations connected with burial and sacred ground issues presented on this site.

King of Avalon ideas, methods plus Strategies


It’s you increasing a dragon whilst building an army in your quest to lift Excalibur and be the legitimate ruler of your property. As anticipated from this genre, there are plenty of timers and the requirement to work together with other players.

Become ruler somewhat faster therefore, King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare suggestions, king of avalon cheats android and Strategies is certainly on hand to guide you through the paces, ensuring you will be a powerful leader very quickly.

Adhere to the Missions

This way, you are going to create a foundation that’s more balanced than if you simply throw yourself decide to solely concentrate on assault or resource collecting.
Listen to the information you are given in video game and stick with it for a while.

You’ll get a great deal of bonuses through following the assignments but these things will not instantly be redeemed. Instead, make sure you dip to the items menu and then redeem them manually.
Additionally, log in daily for a few simple bonuses as a kind of log in reward.

Upgrading Buildings

Upgrading your Stronghold allows you to upgrade other buildings, and unlock new kinds.
Wherever possible, concentrate on upgrading your Stronghold otherwise it is going to be a bottleneck to unlocking additional useful structures. Every now and then, you’ll strike a cap and have to upgrade other buildings to then have the ability to enhance your Stronghold. Keep an eye on what’s expected of you each step of the way.

Resources are crucial to allowing you to upgrade anything. Maximize their potential while you’re logged then be ready to check back later on when they’ve restocked. Tap on all of your farms and sawmills to retrieve the applicable resources. Also, don’t neglect to look at your things for a few freebies.

Fighting it Out

You start out with a protective guard meaning no one can attack you while you start out. Make the most of this and build up your base and tools while you’re safe.
You do not want it to be straight forward. Concentrate on creating a defensive design that makes it tricky for the enemies to get straight at your stronghold. Keep the important things well protected at all times.
When the protective guard drops — move out and strike some gamers. Goal stronger opponents in a bid to stock up on funds. Perhaps drop in on a few weaker opponents but your wages will be lower so it’s not completely worth the effort unless you are desperate.

Combine an Alliance

King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare will inspire you to join an Alliance for great reason. You’ll earn some fast bonuses plus it’s a terrific way to work together so as to participate in larger raids than you can afford all on your own. Pick carefully but have fun.

Dragons

Eventually, you will have the chance to use dragons. Honest. These are available in Offensive, Defensive, and Support types. Pick wisely and goal it on your play style. Ultimately, achievement is down to how well you raid.

Hungry Shark Evolution techniques & Methods Specially for Newbies

The Hungry Shark set of matches has long been chomping its way via app stores for many years now, although Hungry Shark World recently published, many players are still hung up on the prior submission –Hungry Shark Evolution and are looking for a fantastic hungry shark evolution hack coins and gems, secret, or trick.

Appamatix is here with a whole group of secrets, tips, and tricks (no real hacks, sorry friends) that can help you to whip through this game and unlock all of its features in no time in any respect. Hungry Shark Evolution isn’t a multiplayer game, so the only thing standing in your way is your skill and a few necessary features that are hard to get early in the game. Then read on!

It is no fantastic surprise that sharks make for good game fodder, and also the first title in the series–only titled Hungry Shark–demonstrated that once more. It is the same rule that has kept sharks popular in movie theaters for years on end–they are mysterious, they are deadly, and since they are the masters of a environment that’s not our very own, they are terrifying!

With Hungry Shark Evolution, we’re given far more cartoonish models of the seas top predators, but that does not keep the game from becoming just as fun. Contrary to this, it is actually more enjoyable than any Hungry Shark game before it, and there is more to do than ever before. There are far more sharks to unlock, more areas to swim in, and more items to buy for your cadre of fish.
In the event the Hungry Shark series is guilty of something, it is of taking quite some time to change the basic principles which created the first game so successful, while still staying true to the principal gameplay style. You are still growing. You are eating as far as possible so as to keep swimming. In Hungry Shark Evolution, however, the game has shifted to make you want to play with the numerous sharks which have been added to the game. Missions are divided based on each particular shark, and you’re going to now occasionally face bosses. Wonderful, right?

“Evolution” remains a core principle of this particular game, and it is the goal which you’ll be working towards since you rack up higher scores, and collect more coins and gems, and learn how to survive longer with every play session. For a free-to-play title, you are not going to run out of new things to do in Hungry Shark Evolution for quite some time.

In all that time that you’re bound to spend playing, it is going to be valuable to remember a few basic, easy tips which may be used for the entirety of your experience. The subsequent tricks, secrets, and suggestions are supposed to be used by newbies and Hungry Shark veterans alike, so next time you boot up the app for a quick swim, keep them in mind! It is, however, exceptionally important that you learn to check your map fast and frequently while you are playing Hungry Shark Evolution. Especially as your shark starts to require more food to continue swimming, you’re going to want to know how to navigate a particular area (or the way to get to a place you have never been, before.)

It can be easy to become caught up in all that eating and swimming, but understanding where you are can keep you going and allow you to find mission objectives (more on this later) that far better! Turn it into a solid Hungry Shark habit.

Manage Your Resources
When monetization is the thing that controls the benefit of a game, it always tends to appear in the same manner –progress is gated by amassing a certain money, which just so happens to be available for sale with your hard-earned cash from an in-app cash shop. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but for those of us without a great deal of disposable income, it means we will need to work harder to keep an eye on the resources which become available just through playing this game.

Coins and gems are where it is at in Hungry Shark Evolution, and they control the speed at which you unlock sharks, evolve themand purchase items for them (including little shark companions, which we will talk about momentarily!)

Rather than dumping all of your resources into a particular shark or particular evolution path, it is instead smarter to distribute your coins and gems equally. Your progress through the game (and pleasure you’ve got while playing it) just stand to benefit!

Sponsorship Matters!
When beginning Hungry Shark Evolution, you’ll often be tempted into viewing trailers for different games at the promise of free stone.

This isn’t a scam. Go for it! It is a few minutes from your day, and stone are a fairly scarce commodity as it is. Just do not become reliant on the earnings, since they’re not necessarily going to be accessible to you. Likewise you’ll get bonus gems for”enjoying” the Hungry Shark Evolution page on Facebook, as long as you do not mind that particular bit of info showing up on your own news feed, do this as well!

Track Your Gold Rush
Gold rushes are the ideal way to catch a huge number of points, so when you eventually manage to get one (the need changes per type of shark), go wild! If there’s ever a time to play aggressively, research, and use boosts, it is while you are binging on tons of points from a gold rush.

The trick behind all of this, however, is to be more careful while you are going nuts. I know, right? It sounds contradictory, but I can not even count the amount of occasions that I’ve been cruising together, just having eyes for items that my shark can consume, and I run smack into something which whittles down my life bar in moments.

It is a bummer, and it is totally preventable by keeping your eyes open while you are on a gold rush.

Daily Challenges
Many free-to-play app shop games try to help keep you coming back by offering rewards for continued play. Of course, they do not need you to reap the benefits rewards daily (you’ll need to pay for monetized items in app’s cash store ( for this ), but there’ll always be a set of daily challenge assignments that you tackle that can result in gems and coins.

As long as you know how to complete them economically, they are never going to have a ton of time. On top of this, the bonus has bigger each sequential day that you complete them, starting with 100 coins and building up to 400, before resetting.

Growth Factors Issue
There aren’t many monies to keep tabs in Hungry Shark Evolution, but along with gems and coins you also have expansion points. All these are the gate by which you’ll gain access to other sharks from the game, and also the reason which you would like to keep alive for as long as you can in each and each play session.

You begin the game as an itty-bitty Reef Shark, and while you are nonetheless effective at eating all kinds of items, the deeper sea will quickly show you that a bigger shark will be essential to handle bigger things. After earning 2000 expansion points, you’ll then be allowed to spend 1500 coins to unlock the Mako Shark. The tendency climbs and climbs until you final reach the pinnacle of shark evolution using the Megalodon.

Baby Onboard
What’s the easiest way to generate the dangerous seas feel a little bit safe? Purchase a baby shark to roam around with youpersonally, naturally! Like the principal shark species that you’ll have the ability to play within the game, baby sharks come in all sorts of different varieties which become more deadly at the same time that they become more costly.

Purchase one of those little buggers, however, and you’ll quickly find yourself happy to have that additional set of chompers swimming together as your wingman.

I never expected”boss battles” to be incredibly enjoyable since they are in Hungry Shark Evolution, but the developers nevertheless managed to pull off it in the form of Giant Enemy Crabs. These difficult creates hang out at the bottom of the sea and are really fairly difficult to handle, but you may do it with any sized shark. The tradeoff is that you’ll have a better , much easier time using a stronger shark. If you try to handle it before obtaining a bigger fish, there is a fantastic chance that you are going to have pincered to departure in one swipe. Yowza.

Once you’re feeling brave and strong, take on among the game’s crab bosses for suitable rewards!

Super Missions are Super
You won’t have access to”Super Missions” until you have completed all of the regular missions for a given shark, but as soon as you have them, they are a new set of challenges to take on that will provide you further benefits, thus allowing you another way to accumulate sources or maybe build with help of hungry shark evolution cheats amazon fire.

Based on how big shark which you are taking on the Super Missions for, then you may determine that you have already accomplished a number of the assignments’ targets already. The benefits, however, make up for any monotony.

Game Of Sultans Ideas & Techniques

There are many games based on empire management, taking inspiration from the history books, plus they often deal with Medieval Europe or early empires such as Rome or Egypt. Game of Sultans, however, puts you in the shoes of Sultan of the mighty Ottoman Empire, among the very last Empires that existed in today’s world, reaching even all of the way to the 20th century.

In Game of Sultans, you are going to be managing the empire from its early days and well into the summit of its potency. Will you be the Sultan your entire people will recall for centuries after your departure, or will your reign be fast forgotten in the tumultuous tides of history? It is up you to ensure the former as you navigate through each component of being a Sultan including war attempts, Vizier management, source attainment, romancing the perfect consorts and getting powerful heirs and allying yourself with all the neighboring rulers. It may be a fairly daunting task, especially if you’re not utilized to matches in this style. This is why we’ve prepared a thorough guide of game of sultans cheat codes or methods you are able to use to increase your performance as portion of the Ottoman Empire. Read on!

Keep enjoying

This seems intuitive and logical, but it’s paramount to being effective in Game of Sultans. The longer spent in the video game and the more you click, the more you may get out of it. This usually means finishing your quests once they come up, effectively winning your campaign conflicts, getting all of the small bonuses you can in your Imperial Palace, such as those the fortune teller provides you and making good on each little offer the video game provides, so as to find that edge. Every other trick in this guide could be seen as a corollary of this one, so bear that in mind.

Level your Sultan upward as fast as possible

Leveling up grants you an assortment of new skills, including unlocking a few of the facilities in the palace such as the Masquerade, in which you get to satisfy your potential love interests, or even the Arena, in which your trusty Viziers assist you in PvP combat.

Since this is a military growth video game, your number of soldiers might very possibly be among the most important things deciding your success, and that means you are going to want to maintain this number as high as possible. Leveling up could be achieved in a couple of ways, including finishing campaign conflicts, using the XP promotes in your stock, which you receive at particular periods, as well as picking the”No” choice in the Imperial Affairs. These events usually entail a wonderful bonus of Wealth, Grain or Soldiers as one alternative, or a couple of XP points as the other. Being a self-sufficient Sultan and declining the excess resources increases your XP, so select this alternative if the excess resource isn’t urgently needed right now. This can be more useful in the future and lead to more resources than if you just take the excess. Talking of Imperial Affairs, that leads us into the next suggestion.

Always be there for the Viziers in the Imperial Parliament

A suggestion that is based on Suggestion #0, which will be to return into the Imperial Parliament to consult with Ahmelek and Hocas. The former retains your Levies in check, so you’ll want to go for him to acquire your resources as fast as they pile up (when you level around Grand Sultan I you’ll find the choice to auto-levy, but before then you’ll want to keep clicking). The latter retains your Imperial Affairs we already talked about in check, and also new issues and questions grow up regularly, so you are going to want those bonuses as fast as they come up.

Get the best Heirs out of your Consorts

An excellent Sultan is desirable and strong, so he’ll have many wives in his Harem, and those wives will give birth to many powerful heirs to further solidify the empire together with strategic unions. You receive one Consort early , but as you keep playing you’ll unlock a lot more of these, whether in the Masquerade or from buys. Aside from affecting your Viziers, the most important job of Consorts will be to help boost your empire’s stats by providing you with heirs. Not all Heirs are created equal, however, as much as you love them for being your children, some are just rarer and better than others. The rarity, and thus stats, of an heir depend on your intimacy level with the consort birthing them, which means you’ll want to have consorts leveled up to give you the maximum chance of getting the very best Heir possible.

In contrast to the advice on Viziers, you are going to want to spread out the experience level on all Consorts, since you only get random visits into the Harem, and you never know which Consort will acquiesce to your wishes. Unless, of course, you pay diamonds to select which Consort you match, but that’s not sustainable in the future unless you enjoy spending money needlessly. Consorts also have a Charm stat influencing her XP, which subsequently affects the Vizier she’s associated with. As mentioned in the section on Viziers, you’ll want to maintain your most relevant Consorts high in XP in order to grant the greatest bonuses for your generals.

Heirs, on the other hand, are useful for increasing your kingdom’s stats and, when they reach adulthood, solidifying your relations with other kings through union. This matrimony is actually into an Heir of another true participant, rather than an AI, which means you are interacting with other mighty Sultans. Locating the right match for your Heir may be hard and costly, but in the long run, it will be worth it.

Take Advantage of the Planet Earth and Fortress Siege

These are timed events rather than accessible at will, so again we come back to Tip#0. The more you play, the higher the probability you’ll encounter the Grounds or the Siege accessible. Or you may just write or write down when they are open, and log at the time to generate use of those options. Here you are able to win a few additional goodies and things for you, your viziers, heirs, and consorts.

All in all, to be a better participant of Game of Sultans that you need to know as much as you can. Reading guides such as this and continually playing with the video game is a superb start, and even though the video game has a rather steep learning curve with more information to take in, as soon as you have the ball rolling you’ll quickly have the ability to begin adeptly managing your empire. Go on, Sultan, make your empire known around the world!