Lands of Lords is a free-to-play medieval persistent world, which gives freedom to players to choose their own playstyle. Start with a small domain and become emperor of the world. The game is not scripted, so you can choose what tools you use to become rich and powerful. Trading, military or politics all this is possible to leave your mark in the world of Lands and Lords. Be warned every decision you make can affect, not just your domain, but also the course of the whole world!
This game have a really good potential, yet it's pretty bad.
80% of the time you will spend on it will be micro-managment, and it's boring.
18% of the other will be building things, and the last 2% will go to war or roleplay (you will need to choose).
You can pay to have a big time boost once a day, and to have access to more powerfull units.
Also, the best way to protect yourself against your enemies is to be friend with the Admin
It was a good and fun idea but recent updates were making it worse patch after patch.
PS. After the last update it became a p2w
In fact, the problem is that the developer helps his friends in the game and uses admin powers against players he does not like. This can be as in balance changes a second before the battle, even in punishment ban.
This game is the ultimate medieval-city buildilder-strategy-RPG game. It excels under every aspect, you need to try to believe. It has a good tutorial to introduce you into most of the mechanics!
One of the best games of its category. It has a well organized and balanced economy, a continuous and addictive development, interesting hierarchy system and the challenge of 4 seasons cycle. The military section and especially the battles should be improved, although the units and their features are well designed. Each day you get tokens to accelerate your actions and you can buy only a premium account for only 5$ per month, which gives 12 times more tokens. Create your land near an alliance and try to join. It can give you a good advantage and the leaders will answer to your questions.