MASTER THREAD (Solved) - Training Camp Lost food/recruits at withdrawal

One gets everything back except when overload then nothing.

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Looks like we need to clean house! I’m sure one of us can get to it soon. Thanks for pulling the threads. Again!


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Where yesterday’s thread will be a new thread tomorrow :joy:

So no merge or close or anything? :thinking:


gets mergin’ Hat on :grin:

Prepare for a master thread; gimme a minute (or a few!) to organize all that!

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My 13th camp is busy for several days. I want to remove one training. The program reports that there are no places in warehouses and resources will be lost. I agree. Let the meat be lost, its a lot. BUT WHY A NUMBER OF RECRUITS ARE NOT RECOVERING !? There are plenty of places.

Because that’s the way the game is programmed. In English at least, the warning is pretty clear.

I tried to withdraw 100 recruits from tc20 and got a warning that I didn’t have enough space. I did not have enough food storage but had plenty of room in my barracks. I assumed I would forfeit the ham, which I didn’t care about, but gain the recruits back into my barracks where I could redistribute them to another tc. Instead both the ham and troops disappeared and I am now cheated out of 100 hard earned recruits, that I planned to turn into 50 feeders. Not happy. Either this is a bug or the warning should be far more explicit.

Please read the solution in the first thread:

MASTER THREAD (Solved) - Training Camp Lost food/recruits at withdrawal

Per your comment, there was a warning, you ignored it. :confused:


I have 5.5k recruits in my training camps. My food storage/production is maxed.

Atm. I have 1 tc training lvl 11 and 3 of them doing lvl 20 summons.

My food storage is almost always full/near full and if I want to take back 1 tc20 training (which is 297k food and 100 recuits) while my food storage is almost full/full I lose food but I also lose recuits even though there’s space for them.

I don’t mind losing the food if I don’t have enough storage space but why am I losing recruits too?

Resource returns from the TC are set up as an all-or-nothing return. Not sure why buts that’s the way its designed


You can use up food crafting items or upgrading troops. Then you can get back the recruits :slight_smile:


I remember when I use to have this problem… Now I can’t make ham quick enough to feed my leveling. Hard to think I used to just craft stuff to just use up spare ham…


To tack one other option onto this that I’ve suggested before for extreme cases:


I removed the heroes in the training ground lvl 13 and I received nothing in return, no troops and hams. my ham supply was almost full but my troop supply was empty. I lost more than 9 * 70 troops. it is his most difficult. I have taken too much trouble to gather them I would like to find them. How can I do that?

It is probably because your ham supply was full. When you remove heroes from training you need to make sure you have enough space to accomodate the removed resources, i.e. ham and recruits. Now, since you removed 9 training from tc13 you essentially need 9*265k free space in your ham storage. But since your ham storage was almost full as you mentioned, you would have lost all those resouces including the recruits. In fact, you would have got a warning message when you tried to remove.


A view players from my ally reported me some issues with the TC.

They reduced the no. of Heroes to be made in the TC20 to gain recruits and food but in some cases either food or recruits were not been given back probably and nothing was received…

@Grimtutor I moved your question to a thread that can help answer it. :slight_smile:

It’s all or nothing — you have to have space for both the Food and Recruits, or you lose both when reducing the training in a Training Camp.

This is a common point of confusion, as you can see from this thread.

The space, as far as I know, been there and if not, no warning was highlighted.

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