In this guide, we will talk about how to use speedups in Rise of Kingdoms. While at first impression it looks like an amazing item to use whenever you can to breeze through the game.
However, using the speedups at the right time and to maximize its potential is a huge game-changer for free-to-play players. Which is why we created a comprehensive guide for beginners who are new to Rise of Kingdoms.
The purpose of our Speedup guide is to teach players how to manage and use them effectively without wasting any overflowing minutes. To learn more about each speedup, check out the speedups list below. Alternatively, you can scroll down to learn how to use speedups the right way in its entirety.
- How to Use Building Speedup the Smart Way: ROK Guide
- How to Use Training Speedup the Smart Way: ROK Guide
- How to Use Research Speedup the Smart Way: ROK Guide
- How to Use Healing Speedup the Smart Way: ROK Guide
- How to Use Universal Speedup the Smart Way: ROK Guide
How to Use Speedups in Rise of Kingdoms
First and foremost, to use speedups effectively and conservatively should be your priority. To maximize your use of speedups, you want to have a high Alliance Center level, which translates into more help hands from your alliance members.
Furthermore, you want to join one of the top alliances in order to take advantage of improved speedup time thanks to an alliance technology.
Whenever you are upgrading your buildings, always ask your alliance for help. When you max out the help from your alliance members, use the speedup for it.
But you need to prioritize the type of speedup before using Universal speedup. For instance, if you are upgrading your building, use building speedup. If you are researching a technology, use research speedup.
This method allows you to focus on using the speedups more effectively and conservatively, while keeping universal speedups for major upgrades like City Hall and such.
Finally, never use your speedups if you are going to lose a minute or a second out of it. That’s the worst way to use your speedups. You want to max the use out of every speedup that you activate.