The Immortal Mayor is a construction and management sim game where you play as a local deity who watches over the earth. Befriend other gods and use magic to help your people build the city, earning your people’s offerings and developing your city. This is the Immortal Mayor beginner’s guide for you to know the game and some tips to help you.
Understand the basics of The Immortal Mayor
At first, the game will offer you a world setting. You are free to choose what type of world your village will be placed in, whether from size, available resources, initial population, etc.
The main core of your village is the shrine, where it spawns a new believer after a certain amount of time. You will need a certain number of Total Believers to reach a higher god level.
You will need to provide materials in order to satisfy the needs of your villagers. The main materials are those present on the top of the screen, they are:
- Food : Divided into two types, meat and vegetarian. Meat can recover more fullness for villagers. Foods can also be made into dishes, which gives even more fullness.
- Drink : Obtained by chopping down trees. Wood is the most basic building material.
- Rock : Obtained from Career. It is one of the most fundamental materials for construction.
- Metal : Obtained from the Mines. It can be transformed into metal tools.
- Fabric : A material used to make clothing. Planting cotton in the fields and raising animals can produce it.
- Clothes : Reduces villagers’ susceptibility to disease and is produced at the Tailor’s Workshop.
- Tools : Increase user efficiency. Made at the forge
- Medicine : Can be harvested from the field and used to treat disease. The effect is even better if treated by a doctor at the apothecary.
- soul stone : Obtained from gathering. Used to worship deities or advance technology.
- Tribute Incense : You can get normal incense trees by planting them in the fields and burning them as offerings at the shrine. The effect is stronger if the trees are treated at the incense workshop.
- Rarities & Exotics : A valuable tool used to produce decorations. Obtained in store or by expedition.
the Needs villagers are connected with the materials you have, such as Clothes, Food, Tools, Lodging, funerals, Entertainment, Security and many more. Naturally, your villagers will get married and have children who grow up. They can also die of old age, so be sure to build a Yinzhuang And one ancestral hall.
Your villagers can have different professions depending on the buildings you own, their own abilities, and your choice. Make sure to put the right villagers on the building by watching how many stars and moons they have.
There are different types of buildings you can construct to suit the needs of your villagers. Some of the most important are:
- Planning: Fields and Roads
- Bazaar: Home, shop, Yizhuang, ancestral hall, school, etc.
- Industry: Lumber yard, quarry, mine, hunter’s hut, fishing ground, soul stone hut, etc.
- TianGong: Smithy, Tailor Shop, Crafty House, Maintenance Center, etc.
- Defense: Watchtower
Different buildings will give different increasing and/or decreasing attributes (which consist of Aesthetics, Prosperity, Cleanliness, and Stability) to the surrounding building within their range and might also need a specific number of bonus attributes from others buildings and decorations to upgrade. a higher level.
Decorations can give different types of attributes and come in different shapes and sizes (small, medium and large). To create a decoration, you will first need to build a Crafty House and assign a villager. You will also need rarities and Exotics, as they are the main ingredient for making decisions whether you buy them from the store or find them during the expedition.
Technology is a skill and buildings that you can research and unlock by using a certain amount of Soulstone. It is divided into four categories, i.e. Culture, agriculture, crafts and trade. However, more technology can only be researched by reaching a higher god level.
Refers to yourself and other deities in the game. This is a set of powers you can use to help your villagers by spending deity points you have collected over time. You can also unlock and use the power of other deities. The deities are separated into different factions which each bear the name of a main deity. They are :
- Baidi : Skilled in combat or crafting. Befriending her is good for the stability of the village
- Qingdi : In touch with nature. Befriending her will make it easier for the village to access all types of natural resources.
- xuandi : Tendency to focus on heritage and faith. Befriending her is beneficial to the demographic expansion of the village.
- Chidi : Concerned about people’s livelihood and widely spread welfare. By befriending you, it will be easier for the villagers to live in harmony.
- Huangdi : Preaching humanistic development and putting people first. By befriending you, the villagers will be better off.
- Chiyou : In charge of all kinds of claims. Befriend him to get more challenges and rewards.
You can enhance the abilities of these other deities by using certain amounts of Statues (which you can buy in the Store).
Disasters and Disaster Shop
Disasters are a terrible phenomenon that can occur for a season or more and have various kinds of effects on the village. Some can cause starvation, laziness, and many kinds of negative effects. However, you can choose what kind of disaster will happen and it also gives you some time to prepare.
After successfully surviving a disaster, you will be rewarded with Disaster points. You can spend it in the Disaster Shop to buy various things like Maps for buildings, Technologies, Survival supplies (like cattle and elixirs), power cardsand Training Techniques.
The Immortal Mayor’s Beginner’s Guide: Tips and Tricks
Here are some of our tips in our beginner’s guide The Immortal Mayor to help you newbies get started on your journey.
1. Sort out your priorities first
During the first two years, you should focus your attention on obtaining enough food and clothing, since your villagers can die if there aren’t enough of them. Be sure to build enough farmland to plant wheat and cotton while placing enough villagers to become farmers. You’ll also need to unlock the Tailor’s Shop and set up some villagers to become Tailors so they can process Cotton into clothes.
Once you have obtained enough food and clothing, you can move on to another priority, which is to provide enough wood, stone and metal. Metal would be the most important of the bunch since you can use it to craft tools. Make sure you put enough Lumberyards, Quarries, Minesand villagers so that progress is not impeded.
Finally, the needs of your villagers, such as housing, entertainment, food, and security. Don’t forget to build enough houses, build entertainment buildings (such as tea house, hot springs, theater, etc.) and also create watchtowers.
2. Create and use decorations
Decorations actually play a huge role in the game as they can give bonus attributes to level up your building. Be sure to create and place decorations efficiently to maximize space.
3. Commerce in the store
Sometimes you may have an abundance of gear that you don’t really need while you desperately need something else. This is where the store can step in to save your life. Simply swap out a certain amount of materials you don’t need with those you need.
Of course, different materials will have different value, so be sure to trade them efficiently and not so much that you make the abundant scarce.
4. Use your disaster points wisely
When you started, the game will give you a number of disaster points. You need to use it effectively to survive, so be sure to use it in priority over survival supplies.
That’s it for today’s immortal mayor Beginner’s guide. Did you find our immortal mayor Beginner’s Guide useful? Let us know in the comments!
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