|This article is about the technology. For the map, see Nomad.|
As of patch 5.8, the bonus applies even when partially built Houses are deleted. This oversight allows players to quickly increase population space with minimal wood cost.
Its value is situational, for example when the player sends most of their army to attack an opponent and an enemy unexpectedly invades the player's village, Nomads becomes valuable as it helps save wood to replenish losses from an enemy siege.
It can also be used to remove clutter from a base by deleting Houses to ease the transit of Trade Carts and increase their efficiency. However, the player must make sure the Houses are not walling off enemies before doing this.
Team bonuses Edit
The Forgotten Edit
- Nomads costs 300 wood.
The African Kingdoms Edit
Definitive Edition Edit
- Destroyed house foundations no longer provide population space with the “Nomads” technology.
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