Total War Three Kingdoms is the first in the award-winning series to recreate epic conflict across ancient China. Combining a gripping turn-based campaign of empire-building & conquest with stunning real-time battles, Total War Three Kingdoms redefines the series in an age of heroes and legends.
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- Total War Three Kingdoms: Buildings Guide
- Total War Three Kingdoms: Food Guide
- Total War Three Kingdoms: Diplomacy Guide
- Total War Three Kingdoms: Spies & Espionage Guide
Speed up Construction
When you are building, demolishing, or converting buildings, it takes at least a turn if not multiple turns to do it. But what if you need food now because your people are starving? Or Public Order so they don’t riot? Or you are about to recruit an army but you don’t have a ‘Conscription Office’. Or maybe you just don’t want to wait 5 turns. No matter the issue, you can resolve with money.
When you choose to do anything with a building, some new text shows up on the picture telling you what the building is doing and how many turns it will take. An ‘X’ appears in the top right and if you look carefully, a coin appears at the bottom of the picture. When you hover over the coin, it tells you how much money it will take for instant construction.
This price is based on a multitude of factors which I haven’t quite figured out yet, but basically seems to go like this. The more expensive the building, the higher the level, and the more turns it has left until completion, the higher the cost. This cost on average seems to be about the cost of the building itself. So to instant construct a building that costs you 1100, it will cost around 1100 extra to instantly complete. 2600 for the building = ~2600 to instant complete. So this may not be useful very often.
However, if you are downgraded or demolishing something, you get money refunded and if you decide to instantly finish either of them, it will cost you half what you were refunded. So if you’ve taken over a city and don’t want to wait to start building your own stuff, you can still get some profit even if you instantly demolish it.
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