The first thing you would like to do after placing your new Personal claim is to feed it with some coins. You will have 9 tiles lands by default and they will consume some points from support pool which is 500 in a fresh new monument.

Use the option "Worship" on the Monument.

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Put coins inside monument’s inventory window and press “Sacrifice” to add to monuments support points stock.

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Monument will automatically check at in-game midnight and maintenance cost subtracted from the Stock pool.

Amount of support points deducted from maintenance stock depends on the size of the claim and if account, where the character is registered, has the premium subscription.

With no premium subscription:

Claim occupies less than

this number of cells

Then it costs this number of copper coins

per cell (Maintenance points)

26 0.5(50)
51 1(100)
101 2(200)

For example, if claim occupies 86 tiles - every in-game midnight 17200 (86*200) maintenance points will be deducted from maintenance stock.

1 copper coin = 100 maintenance stock.

With the premium subscription

claims do not consume any maintenance points if occupied under 150 cells.

God's coins

If you want to have personal claim bigger then 100 tiles with no premium subscription, or bigger then 150 tiles with premium subscription - you will need to sacrifice "God's coins" in the monument window.

With no premium subscription

Such claims consume 1 God's coin for each tile. Therefore the personal claim that occupies 136 tiles will consume 136 "God's coins" and 0 maintenance points every in-game day.

With the premium subscription

Such claims consume 1 God's coin for each tile above 150. Therefore the personal claim that occupies 194 tiles will consume 44 "God's coins" and 0 maintenance points every in-game day.

 

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