Author | is the 1000% health regeneration still there ? |

plz help |

no not at all |

what does 1000% health regeneration means logically ?? |

instant revival |

it isn't instant revival... instant revival is 100%.... |

for spicydevil:
You misunderstand, but if you want a logical approach....
*Troops recover 1000% faster*
That means the rate at which the troops recover is 1000% faster.
100% faster doesn't mean instant revival.
If I run at a rate of 5 meters/hour, 100% faster would mean I would run at 10 meters per hour, or in other words 2 times faster.
1000% faster would therefore mean recover at 11 times the usual rate.
According to
https://www.lordswm.com/help.php?section=3
*Full restoration takes no more than 15 minutes. *
So if we take it literally, we can say we recover 1/15 of our troops health every minute.
So 11 times/1000% faster would mean we recover 11/15 of our troops health every minute.
But that is not the case since health recovery was instant.
Instant is much faster than 11/15 of your health every minute.
Therefore, we can conclude that bigbeast is right, that the logical approach is incorrect and that by 1000% faster recovery rate, the admins do mean instant. |

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got it ;) |

for KnightofDusk: Perfect explanation :p
The regenerating time when we take 1000% is so less than it can be considered to be 0 :p |

The normal speed would be 15 minutes or 900 seconds that would be 100%. So 1,000% would be 90 seconds.
So to answer the topic starter: There isn't any 90 seconds recovery rate active. |

This Christmas, the following features will be introduced * until December, 27th included*:
- Troops recover 1000% faster;
- Mana recovers 1000% faster;
- The Sphynx offers you a challenge of answering Her cryptic riddles about the world of
LordsWM. The more questions you reply correctly, the better rewards you may choose from; |

I believe it was a typo. It's supposed to be 10,000% faster, so 9 seconds :p
And as #12 answered only until Dec 27th :) |