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Resource Cards are used to unlocked Advancement Cards allowing your Followers to move forward through time. The cards can be gained through finding Chests, playing the Mount of the Gods or by buying them in the Scrapbook with Gems and can be stacked in the Scrapbook. They are all contained in the scrapbook in their respective period they are initially discovered in. Over time the cost to buy resource cards increases.

These cards have now been replaced by Stickers since the v2.0 release.

Patch ChangesEdit

  • During the release of v1.3 and the inclusion of the new Prayer Card some cards were increased by one in the numbering they had originally been given in the Scrapbook.
Name Card Description
Animal Furs AnimalFursCard Card 31. Animal furs were used for clothing and furnishing. Early Followers used every part of the animals they hunted.
Candle CandleCard Card 29. Animal fat was lit through a wick made from the braiding of three strands of cotton.
Clay ClayCard Card 29. A soft and physically deformable element that Followers could form and bake to remove moisture so that it would harden into pottery.
Coal CoalCard Card 44. A mineral found on the surfaces of open pits. It is very combustible and so was used widely as a source of heat.
Copper CopperCard Card 71. Copper ore was one of the most important materials of the Bronze Age.
Felt FeltCard Card 10. Felt was a non-woven material made from wool. Early civilisations used felt for cloths, rugs and even tents.
Flint. FlintCard Card 26. A stone tool used for crafting. Flint tools were plentiful and easily manufactured making them suitable for all types of work.
Gold GoldCard Card 57. Rare mineral found in the ground.
Granite GraniteCard Card 82. A strong stone excellent for construction.
Ink InkCard Card 81. Graphite ground with water to create simple and effective ink.
Kindling KindlingCard Card 32. Early followers discovered fire, but to create fire they needed kindling. Dry plants and wood from trees allowed them to keep fire burning for days.
Leather LeatherCard Card 70. A flexible material created by tanning animal hide.
Limestone LimestoneCard Card 59. A white/grey stone mainly found in caves. Limestone is long-lasting, but very heavy and difficult to move.
Mahogany MahoganyCard Card 58. A more effective and attractive type of timber.
Meat MeatCard Card 30. Meat is protein-rich and forms part of the balanced diet. Early followers hunted animals indigenous to their surroundings.
Metal Axe MetalAxeCard Card 87. Stone axes were replaced with metal axes that were more efficient.
Metal Hoe MetalHoeCard Card 80. A versatile agricultural tool used for cultivating the land.
Mud Brick MudbricksCard Card 43. Shaped via hand or basic wooden moulds, sun-baked mud bricks formed some of the most extraordinary pieces of architecture throughout history.
Oak OakCard Card 46. From the tiniest acorn can grow the mightiest oak. Oak is strong and hard making it ideal building material.
Ochre OchreCard Card 12. Ochre is a natural earth pigment which ranges in colour from yellow to deep brown. It was used in cave paintings and early writing.
Papyrus PapyrusCard Card 69. A thick paper like material from the papyrus plant.
Pick Axe PickAxeCard Card 45. Simple axes consisted of a stone head and wooden handle. The handle made it a considerably more efficient tool.
Plaster PlasterCard Card 27. Followers mixed dry powder with water to form a paste. This hardened to be used as a finishing material for coating Abodes.
Platinum PlatinumCard Card 88. A very rare material.
Sandstone SandstoneCard Card 47. A very common yellow stone used since prehistoric times for building. It's formed from compressed sand that has solidified over time.
Seeds SeedsCard Card 68. Wheat seeds that can be cultivated, harvested from wild wheat.
Stone StoneCard Card 13. Early Followers used stone for everything from buildings and walls to tools and monuments.
Timber TimberCard Card 11. Timber was a plentiful material even in primitive times. Neolithic farmers built wooden longhouses that up to 20 or 30 people could live in.

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