Welcome to our best “how to immigrate to a new kingdom” guide for Rise of Kingdoms players. If you are wondering how to move to a new server or kingdom, then you have come to the right place because in this guide I am going to teach you how.
All players who have their City Hall at level 7 and haven’t reached the 10 days of play time milestone yet can jump to another kingdom using Beginner Teleport. But did you know that you can immigrate to a much more developed kingdom if you want to?
Ever since Rise of Kingdoms was updated, introducing a brand new map called The Lost Kingdom. Players who want to move to a developed kingdom can do so by using an item called Passport Page. This works exactly like in real life when you are traveling to other countries and have to reveal your passport.
In this guide, I am going to teach you how to immigrate to a developed kingdom in Rise of Kingdoms. Without further ado, let’s get the ball rolling.
How do I get Passport Page?
So, how do you get passport pages? Fortunately, there are several ways you can get them as a free-to-play player. Here’s how you can get them:
- Buy passport pages from your alliance shop.
- Buy the value bundles in the Gem Store.
You can buy as many as you want in the alliance shop, although it costs 100,000 alliance credits to restock and 600,000 individual credits to purchase. If you help out with raising your alliance to the top, chances are that you will have plenty of credits to buy as many as you can without having to pay a dime.
Alternatively, you can head over to the Gem Store and use your money to buy a New World bundle which has a Passport Page along with some tokens and goodies. I only recommend doing this if you are still missing some pages and want to speed up the immigration process.
How do I Immigrate to New Kingdom with Passport Page?
The whole immigration process in Rise of Kingdoms is actually straightforward and easy to do so. This works just like you would do when jumping to a new kingdom for beginners. Although, you will be moving to a much more developed kingdom.
This means you need to expect players that are far much more powerful compared to you. To move to a developed kingdom will depend on how many Passport Page is required to move you based on your power cap.
The more power you have, the more Passport Page is required to relocate you to a developed kingdom. You can do so by zooming out and tap on the world icon on the lower right corner of the screen. Below is a list of requirements in order to immigrate successfully:
Requirements to Immigrate to a New Kingdom:
- Must have City Hall Level 16 or higher.
- Have sufficient amounts of Passport Pages to relocate.
- You can’t have any active dispatch.
- You are not in an alliance.
- Your resources can’t exceed your storage protection capacity.
- The kingdom you want to migrate needs to be at least 120 days or older.
- All march queues are idle.
- If the Kingdom has Imperium Status, they only accept players with 25 million power cap or below.
If you meet all of these requirements, you will be able to tap on immigrate. The game will restart and your city will land in a random location based on the province that you pick during the immigration process.
Understanding Kingdom Status
For beginners who are new to Rise of Kingdoms or just getting started with the game, all kingdoms go through several phases that determine the eligibility of immigration. They are called Kingdom Status and you can view them via immigration panel in Rise of Kingdoms.
Here’s a more detailed explanation for each phase:
- Nascent: Brand new kingdom that was recently established and is growing up fast. Governors with City Hall level 7 or below can use Beginner Teleport to relocate here.
- Protected: During this phase, all the information about governors is classified and they are growing up fast.
- Unsealed: Long Peace in the Kingdom Chronicles have ended. All fog has been lifted and governors now can view information about this kingdom.
- Developed: This phase indicates that the kingdom has been open for more than 90 days. Population has stabilized and governors can immigrate here using the Passport Page.
Pros and Cons of Migrating to a New Kingdom
Of course, immigrating to a new kingdom in Rise of Kingdoms is not an easy task. There are pros and cons that all the Governors should be aware when selecting a kingdom to migrate all, if not, most of the alliance members. In this part, I will explain the pros and cons of migrating to a new kingdom.
Pros of Migrating to a New Kingdom
There are several reasons why some Governors might elect to immigrate to a new kingdom. Here’s reasons why you should do that:
First, immigrating to a new kingdom gives you a chance to join a more active kingdom and alliance. This means there will be more activities going around on a different kingdom. Furthermore, you will get more helps to speed up the construction of buildings, troop trainings, and assistance in killing barbarians, barbarian camps and guardians.
Secondly, joining a kingdom and alliance on a new kingdom server makes it a lot easier to strive for more honor points which helps your alliance and you unlock the Crusader Achievement rewards.
Third, you want to immigrate to a kingdom that is already winning the continent. This means your new kingdom will control majority of the land and you will have access to higher level resource spots, higher level barbarians and fortresses as well as gain more experience through killing guardians that drops powerful runes.
And lastly, immigrating to an active kingdom means there will be more players to join your rally during the Karuak Event. The chance of your alliance unlocking or achieving the alliance Karuak’s boss will be much higher.
Cons of Migrating to a New Kingdom
As good as it sounds to migrate to a new kingdom, it is important that all the Rise of Kingdoms Governors are aware of the effect that moving to a different server will have on them and their alliance members as well. Find out the cons of migrating to a new kingdom below:
First, it can be a struggle to contend into the top 10 in certain events.
Secondly, drama is always bound to happen with more players in an active kingdom. Things will get out of control when they are not being handled properly.
Third, every Governors that wants to immigrate in that kingdom wants to join the best alliance. But will there be slots for Governors who are low power?
Fourth, if you want to join the Ark of Osiris Event in an alliance with more than 100 active players. You can’t because it is a bi-weekly event that only supports up to 30 players within your alliance.
And lastly, if you plan to succeed in a newer kingdom. You will be required to spend a large amount of passport if you fall between 1 to 50 ranking in terms of individual power. Newer kingdom means newer alliance with low level technologies in gathering, combat, research, and building.
How Many Passport Pages Do You Need?
To calculate how many passport pages you need in order to immigrate to developed kingdoms. You will need to use an extra passport for every 5 million power you have after reaching 5 million power caps. If you have 10 million powers then you need to use 2 passport pages. With 15 million power, you will need to use 3 passport pages and so on.
That’s all governors. I hope you found this guide on how to immigrate to a new kingdom for beginners helpful and informative. Players who are struggling to gain power can learn how to do so by power leveling your commanders and doing these methods to increase your overall power cap quickly. If you have any questions about this guide, please feel free to drop a comment in the comments section below. Happy reigning, Governors!