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Manufactories

Manufactories are a key element of Elvenar. They produce an important resource: Goods!

Goods will be needed for any kind of progress, such as: unlocking technologies, upgrading buildings, quests, and exploring Provinces (if you want to negotiate instead of fight).

There are 9 different Manufactories in Elvenar and you will find them under the "Goods" tab in the Buildings menu.

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Goods Categories

As you progress through the chapters, you will see three types of Goods: The Standard Goods, the Sentient Goods and the Ascended Goods.

Standard Goods

Standard Goods are grouped into three categories: Basic Goods, Refined Goods and Precious Goods.

The Basic Goods can be researched quite early in the Research Tree. You only need to unlock the corresponding Manufactories and their production costs are relatively low. On the other hand, Refined and Precious Goods will only become available later in the game and their cost of production is more expensive. However, they will be necessary to unlock higher technologies and explore distant provinces.

Standard Goods Categories
Basic Goods Refined Goods Precious Goods
Good marble big.png Marble Good crystal big.png Crystal Good elixir big.png Elixir
Good steel big.png Steel Good scrolls big.png Scrolls Good magic dust big.png Magic Dust
Good planks big.png Planks Good silk big.png Silk Good gems big.png Gems

Sentient Goods

Sentient Goods are also grouped into three categories: Basic Sentient Goods, Refined Sentient Goods and Magic Sentient Goods. The Sentient Goods can be researched from Chapter XII - The Elementals and beyond in the Research Tree and can be produced in any Manufactory level 24 or higher. In these Manufactories, the productions of Regular Goods of 1 day and 2 days will be replaced by productions of the corresponding Sentient Goods, keeping the productions of 3 hours and 9 hours unchanged.

To produce Sentient Goods, you will need Divine Seeds and the corresponding Standard Goods from that Manufactory.

The Sentient Goods are subject to a special decay. You can store unlimited amounts of Sentient Goods in your Main Hall, but they will decay overnight by 10%. Sentient Goods decay like Mana and Divine Seeds but, unlike them, they will not just disappear but "transform back" into the original resource. For example, if you have 1000 Moonstone, and the decay is 10%, you will lose 100 Moonstone overnight and gain 100 Marble.

Sentient Goods Categories
Basic Sentient Goods Refined Sentient Goods Precious Sentient Goods
Moonstone Moonstone Obsidian Obsidian Silly Soap Silly Soap
Platinum Platinum Arcane Ink Arcane Ink Alloy Shrooms Alloy Shrooms
Elven Tree Gum Elven Tree Gum Velvet Velvet Cosmic Bismuth Cosmic Bismuth


As soon as you reach Chapter XII - The Elementals, you can upgrade your Trader to level 3 and after that, you can trade Sentient Goods with other players.

At the beginning of the game, you probably needed several Basic Goods to trade with other players in the Trader to obtain Refined and Precious goods. This will also happen with the Sentient Goods. You will need the Basic Sentient Goods to trade them initially for Refined Sentient Goods, and the same for the Precious Sentient Goods.

Ascended Goods

Ascended Goods are also grouped into three categories: Basic Ascended Goods, Refined Ascended Goods and Precious Ascended Goods. The first Ascended Good you can research will be the Basic Ascended Goods in Chapter XVIII - Team Spirit. To be able to produce them you will need to upgrade your Basic Manufactories to level 32, two new production options of 3h and 9h will be added in order to produce Ascended Goods, leaving Manufactories with 1 production option for each good type.

To produce Ascended Goods, you will need Unurium and the corresponding Standard Goods from that Manufactory.

The Ascended Goods are subject to a special decay. You can store unlimited amounts of Ascended Goods in your Main Hall, but they will decay overnight by 10%. Ascended Goods decay like Mana, Divine Seeds and Unurium but, unlike them, they will not just disappear but "transform back" into the original resource. For example, if you have 1000 Primordial Minerals, and the decay is 10%, you will lose 100 Primordial Minerals overnight and gain 100 Marble.

Ascended Goods Categories
Basic Ascended Goods Refined Ascended Goods Precious Ascended Goods
Primordial Minerals Primordial Minerals Ethereal Aerosols Ethereal Aerosols -
Ignited Ingots Ignited Ingots Wonder Wax Wonder Wax -
Scholarly Sprouts Scholarly Sprouts Finest Flying Powder Finest Flying Powder -


As soon as you reach The Chapter XVIII - Team Spirit, you can upgrade your Trader to level 7, research the Ascended Manufactories and after that, you can trade Ascended Goods via Merchant with other players.

Production Boosts

Standard Goods Production Boost

Over the course of the game, you will gain the ability to increase your production of 3 out of the 9 Goods in the game (one per each category). The 3 Boosted Goods are assigned randomly to you at the start, and they will depend on your location on the map. You can see them listed in the Main Hall.

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In addition to being able to see in your Main Hall which Goods you have production boost, in the Buildings menu on the Goods tab you have the indication of Manufacturies whose production is boosted by the Relics!

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To activate a production boost, you need to unlock its technology in the Research Tree and collect the corresponding Relics on the World Map. The more corresponding Relics you collect, the more your boosts will be upgraded in the Main Hall.

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Hint:: As you will have 3 Standard Goods that will be boosted, it is recommended to concentrate your production on those Goods and trade them for the other 6 Goods.You can do so via the Trader.

Relics are elements that allow you, from the very beginning, to increase your production of goods, but they are limited to 700%. When you reach this limit, you will see a visual indication that the maximum bonus provided by the relics has been reached. However, you can increase that bonus further if you build certain Ancient Wonders.

If you click on the building while it is producing, you can see the progress of the production, see how long your production will take and how much you will receive from it. You can find out what your regular production of goods is and how much you produce as a result of the relic bonus by placing your cursor over the green arrow next to the goods icon. You can also, at any time, cancel your production and you will receive back the resources you have invested.

Sentient Goods Production Boost

Your new boosted Sentient Good will be your current boosted Standard Good +1.

In the case of "Basic Sentient Goods", we have the following:

  • If your Basic Good with production boost is Marble Marble, then your Basic Sentient Goods with production boost will be Platinum Platinum (Steel);
  • If your Basic Good with production boost is Steel Steel, then your Basic Sentient Goods with production boost will be Elven Tree Gum Elven Tree Gum (Planks);
  • If your Basic Good with production boost is Planks Planks, then your Basic Sentient Goods with production boost will be Moonstone Moonstone (Marble).

The same logic is followed for the other Sentient Goods.

To activate a Sentient Goods Production Boost, you need to unlock its technology in the Research Tree much later in-game and collect the corresponding Relics on the World Map. The more corresponding Relics you collect, the more your boosts will be upgraded in the Main Hall.

The image in the Main Hall will change, as you research the Sentient Goods.


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The number of Relics needed to get a certain production boost is the same as for the Standard Goods and can be found in the Relics Overview

Hint:: The production of any Goods type can be boosted with Relics of this type, with Ancient Wonders and with the use of Magical Manufacturing Enchantment.

Ascended Goods Production Boost

Your new boosted Ascended Good will be your current boosted Standard Good +2.

In the case of "Basic Ascended Goods", we have the following:

  • If your Basic Good with production boost is Marble Marble, then your Basic Ascended Goods with production boost will be Scholarly Sprouts Scholarly Sprouts (Planks);
  • If your Basic Good with production boost is Steel Steel, then your Basic Ascended Goods with production boost will be Primordial Minerals Primordial Minerals (Marble);
  • If your Basic Good with production boost is Planks Planks, then your Basic Ascended Goods with production boost will be Ignited Ingots Ignited Ingots (Steel).

The same logic is followed for the other upcoming Ascended Goods.

To activate an Ascended Goods Production Boost, you need to unlock its technology in the Research Tree much later in the game and collect the corresponding Relics on the World Map. The more corresponding Relics you collect, the more your boosts will be upgraded in the Main Hall.

The image in the Main Hall will change, as you research the Ascended Goods.


RelEleMH.png


The number of Relics needed to get a certain production boost is the same as for the Standard Goods and can be found in the Relics Overview

Hint:: The production of any Goods type can be boosted with Relics of this type, with Ancient Wonders and with the use of Magical Manufacturing Enchantment.

Building List Elves

Buildings Overview
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Marble

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Steel

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Planks

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Crystal

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Scrolls

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Silk

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Elixir

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Magic Dust

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Gems


Building List Humans

Buildings Overview
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Marble

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Steel

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Planks

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Crystal

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Scrolls

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Silk

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Elixir

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Magic Dust

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Gems