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Warehouse

Purpose

The Warehouse is where you may store a certain amount of resources. These resources can be recalled for use in buildings, units and more whenever you wish. The higher the level of the Warehouse, the more resources you may keep at any one time.

Each Warehouse level allows you to store a certain amount of each resource. This can be found by clicking on the Warehouse or by scrolling over the resources at the top. Each Warehouse also has a hidden chamber where, if you get attacked, a certain amount of resources you have cannot be looted by the enemy player. The higher the level of your Warehouse, the more resources are hidden and "unstealable" (100 of each resource per warehouse level).

Certain researches (Ceramics) improve the amount of resources you can store. When you've have full resources and your Warehouse cannot store any more of a particular resource the amount of that resource you have turns red. A quick way of finding out how much Warehouse space you have left for a certain resource is by looking at the capacity surrounding the resource.

Requirements

The Warehouse is available from the beginning of the game. When Colonizing, the Warehouse starts at level 10.

Building Levels

The maximum level of the Warehouse is 35. (Some older worlds may have a lesser maximum level.) The Warehouse's appearance changes depending on its level.

Level 1 - 9 Level 10 -19 Level 20 - 28 Level 29 - 40
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Level Wood.png Stone.png Silver.png Pop.png

Total population spent

Building Time Storage w/o Ceramics Storage w/ Ceramics Stash Size Points
1 - - - 0 - 300 2800 100 15 (15)
2 10 15 4 0 0:00:03 711 3211 200 2 (17)
3 37 58 18 0 0:00:05 1185 3685 300 2 (19)
4 115 180 60 0 0:00:08 1706 4206 400 3 (21)
5 242 381 130 0 0:01:54 2267 4767 500 3 (24)
6 426 670 235 0 0:04:50 2862 5362 600 4 (28)
7 674 1059 379 0 0:09:01 3487 5987 700 4 (32)
8 826 1297 473 0 0:18:21 4140 6640 800 4 (36)
9 987 1552 576 0 1:19:49 4818 7318 900 5 (41)
10 1159 1821 686 0 3:06:15 5518 8018 1000 6 (47)
11 1340 2105 803 0 4:55:38 6241 8741 1100 7 (54)
12 1529 2403 928 0 6:24:19 6984 9484 1200 8 (62)
13 1727 2714 1060 0 7:53:00 7746 10246 1300 8 (70)
14 1933 3037 1199 0 8:52:08 8526 11026 1400 10 (80)
15 2146 3373 1344 0 9:51:15 9324 11824 1500 12 (92)
16 2368 3721 1496 0 10:40:07 10138 12638 1600 13 (105)
17 2596 4080 1654 0 11:29:40 10969 13469 1700 15 (120)
18 2832 4450 1819 0 12:19:54 11815 14315 1800 16 (136)
19 3074 4831 1990 0 13:10:47 12675 15175 1900 20 (156)
20 3324 5223 2167 0 14:02:16 13550 16050 2000 22 (178)
21 3580 5625 2349 0 14:54:22 14439 16939 2100 25 (203)
22 3842 6037 2538 0 15:47:03 15341 17841 2200 28 (231)
23 4110 6459 2732 0 16:40:16 16257 18757 2300 33 (264)
24 4385 6891 2933 0 17:34:01 17185 19685 2400 37 (301)
25 4666 7332 3138 0 18:28:17 18125 20625 2500 42 (343)
26 4953 7783 3349 0 19:23:04 19077 21577 2600 48 (391)
27 5245 8242 3566 0 20:18:20 20041 22541 2700 55 (446)
28 5543 8710 3788 0 21:14:04 21016 23516 2800 63 (509)
29 5847 9188 4015 0 22:10:16 22003 24503 2900 71 (580)
30 6156 9674 4247 0 23:06:55 23000 22500 3000 81 (661)
31 6470 10168 4485 0 24:03:59 24008 26508 3100 93 (754)
32 6790 10671 4728 0 25:01:29 25026 27526 3200 106 (860)
33 7116 11182 4975 0 25:59:25 26055 28555 3300 120 (960)
34 7446 11701 5228 0 26:57:44 27093 29593 3400 138 (1118)
35 7781 12228 5486 0 27:56:27 28142 30642 3500 156 (1274)

Note

Resource requirements and construction times noted above are based on World Speed 1 with a Senate of 15 without architecture. For faster worlds, divide the construction time by the world speed.