In Prime World, heroes are divided into various roles. There are currently five roles in the game and you can find out more about them below.

Slayer. This role requires the player to proceed with caution, using well thought-out tactics. Due to their extreme vulnerability, slayers cannot just charge head-first into battle. With that said, they can land a decisive blow at just the right moment that is many times more powerful than what the rest of their allies could inflict. When playing a Slayer, your best bet is to wait for the right moment to take down an opponent that your allies have already weakened with their weapons. At the same time Slayers require the protection of their teammates, since they are not likely to survive a direct assault. Moreover, in order to avoid getting killed, Slayers can use a certain talent that allows them to disappear from the thick of the fray and save their skins.

Protector. This role is perfect for players who prefer to be on the front lines and charge headlong into enemy hordes. Protectors can attack several targets at once and are a serious threat. Protectors can slow and immobilize enemies, giving their allies a chance to regroup and launch a more successful attack. Protectors have a large amount of Health, which makes them difficult to kill. If the players on the opposing team have managed to take a Protector down, you can be sure that it took almost all of their talents to do it, which also means that any allies that choose to attack at this particular moment are guaranteed to win.

Vanguard. The name of this role speaks for itself—after the Protector, the Vanguard is next in line to wage a furious assault against his or her chosen targets. Players who choose this role generally only have access to melee weapons, although there are also talents that allow Vanguards to “hurl” themselves into the fray. Moreover, Vanguards can usually take control of one specific enemy target and briefly draw it out of the battle. Heroes with this role have a decent amount of Health, allowing them to survive direct enemy attacks, and are able to cause an impressive amount of damage.

Support. Players who choose this role will spend most of the battle hiding out in the back, since their attacks are capable of inflicting only a very small amount of damage. These heroes are lucky to survive against even a single enemy, but they can be highly useful to the other members of their team. Generally speaking, the Support role consists in healing teammates and occasionally taking over the minds of other players to give allies a chance to flee.

Fighter. Fighters are usually ranged warriors, although there have been a few melee warriors amongst them. They have a limited supply of Health, but can do an impressive amount of damage. A hero with this role can take down a mortally wounded enemy quickly and be very useful against various siege engines. Fighters do a lot of damage, although it takes them longer than other heroes to do so.



As mentioned above, heroes are the lord and lady’s weapons. They can be hired under the corresponding tab. Keep in mind that all heroes have different prices depending on how hard they are to use.

You start with three heroes. Since Prime World has an active social aspect, your starting heroes and the cost to purchase new ones will differ based on your gender.

Now let’s talk about collaboration. If a female player’s health drops below a certain point while she’s next to a male player, the Hero’s Charm talent, which absorbs damage and negative effects, activates. However, in order for the talent to activate, the male player needs to have it in his talent set, and his partner needs to have a female account and be playing a female hero.







As was previously mentioned, Prime World combines strategic skill and military acumen. To battle other players, simply click on your Castle gates, select an available hero and wait to be matched up with an opponent. If you end up being matched to an opponent that is stronger and more experienced than you, do not despair: We are continuously working on the matchmaking functionality.

Overall, we strongly recommend that you begin by practicing on bots in the Practice mode, because the mechanics of Prime World are very different from those of other similar games.

Let’s take a closer look at the battle interface. Once you team up with your friends, the first thing that you will see is a loading screen, displaying your allies and enemies.

While you’re waiting for the game to load, you can communicate with your allies. Take this time to discuss tactics and strategy.

Once the game has successfully loaded, you will find yourself on the battlefield at your team’s resurrection point.

Prime World uses a system based on talents. The main difference of this system compared to the typical artifact-based systems is that each of the heroes can be absolutely unique due to the particular set of talents that was used to train him or her. To learn a new talent, a hero needs Prime, which can be obtained by killing monsters, soldiers and heroes. Another way to get Prime is to play the mini-game. We will talk more about it later on.

To open the talent window, press Т.

Every hero has his or her own supply of Health, Energy and other attributes. To take a closer look at them, press С or use the Castle interface.

During battle, Health and Energy indicators are located just above the quick-access panel, containing your hero’s combat talents and usable items. Above the Health bar, you can see all the positive and negative effects that are currently affecting your character. To help you tell which is which, they are highlighted in different colors: positive effects are marked with a green border and negative ones with a red one. You can activate items in your inventory by pressing B or the corresponding button to the right of the quick-access panel. To the left of the panel is an icon that looks like a flask with liquid in it. This is the talent window, and the flask represents the amount of Prime you currently have. Keep in mind that in Prime World, Prime can be used not only to purchase talents, but also to buy items.

You can check out the overall status of the game by taking a look at the match statistics. These include the number of kills/death/support points/points for every player and the overall number of kills. Here you will also find a timer and information about the amount of terrain seized by each of the sides.

Naturally, the game also has a mini-map. You can find it in the lower-right corner, which is a pretty standard and convenient place for it to be. The map is designed to make it easy to follow the movements of allies and enemies, so make sure to take a look at it from time to time. Beside players’ movements, you can also keep track of the terrains being seized. You can send a signal to alert your allies and get help, or point out an area being threatened by the enemy.

You can communicate both with your allies and your opponents during battle. This can be done via the chat window, located on the left side. To write a message, press Enter.

The chat window shows player messages, as well as automatic notifications about victories and defeats suffered by your allies and enemies.



In this section you will find out more about how to battle in Prime World.

Terramorphing is a unique feature of Prime World that allows you control terrain during battle. Native Terrain enhances some of your hero’s talents. Don’t forget to seize it. To control a section of terrain, you need to raise your faction’s flag over it. Besides flags, you can also use special talents that create Native Terrain around a hero. Some heroes can create Native Terrain without talents.

Native Terrain does more than just enhance talents—it also allows your allies to teleport.

Remember! You can only teleport to your Native Terrain.

Mini-Game. This is another unique feature of Prime World. The mini-game is another way to level your character. Please note, however, that while you are playing the mini-game, you are no longer on the battlefield. It all becomes worth it once you return back and are able to supply your allies with valuable scrolls won in the mini-game.

Let’s take a look at the so-called “Zuma.” This is what we get for winning a level.

When you win a mini-game level, your character gets Prime. The amount of Prime you get depends on the difficulty, and the difficulty depends on the level. Levels can be unlocked either over time or by beating previous levels. In addition to Prime, you also get a chance to give your allies or yourself one of five magical scrolls.

Bird Scroll

This is a magical scroll that allows you to increase your allies’ Strength and Intellect and reduce the Strength and Intellect of your enemies within a specific area. Bird Scrolls also reduce your enemies’ healing effectiveness.


Healing Scroll

Once used, this scroll periodically heals a hero’s wounds. The amount of Health restored depends on the hero’s maximum Health


Starfall Scroll

When used, all enemies around the user take magical damage. Soldiers and monsters take more damage than heroes. Don’t forget that the scroll takes time to cast.


Light Scroll

Once this scroll has been used, the hero starts emitting beams of light that blind all enemies in the surrounding area and cause their attacks to miss.


Gemini Scroll

A copy of the hero with significantly reduced stats appears next to him or her. This scroll also reduces all talent cooldowns.


Glyphs. Glyphs are symbols that significantly increase hero’s abilities for a long period of time. They appear about once every three minutes in two locations on the map – in the upper-half and the bottom-half of the river that runs through the middle of the map. It’s very important to watch for the appearance of these glyphs and try to prevent the enemy from taking them for themselves. Let’s move on to the descriptions of these glyphs.

Power Glyph: The hero’s Strength and Intellect are increased by 50%.

Haste Glyph: The hero’s Movement Speed and Attack Speed are significantly increased.

Invisibility Glyph: The hero becomes invisible for a long time.

Refresh Glyph: The cooldown of all the hero’s talents is reduced by half.

Shops: small stalls owned by healers. They can be found at your team’s resurrection point or in the forest. These stalls sell highly useful potions and scrolls with functions that range from healing to dealing damage.

The Fire Drake is the main monster on the map. When the Fire Drake is killed, every member of the team gets a large Prime bonus. Do not forget that in order to get as much Prime as possible, you need to take part in the battle against the dragon.







When you log into the game, you find yourself in a Castle. The Castle is your fortress, the place where you rest between battles. This is where you can build a variety of structures, from houses to Prime distilleries!

This is the resources panel, which displays the amount of resources you currently have.


Gold is a unique in-game currency that can currently be acquired only by trading real money for Gold Coins. Gold is extremely valuable but is of little use to new players. It is predominantly used for such functions as removing talents, changing faction/nickname, etc.


Silver is an in-game currency that can be either collected from the Castle residents or earned from processing certain resources in the castle. Silver can also be acquired in battles against players. Keep in mind that battles are much more profitable, but only if you win.


Food is a resource that can also be obtained either from the Castle or in battle. Food is consumed during construction or when upgrading structures. It is also used to replenish the energy of heroes worn out from fighting.


Ore/Sap is a resource that is used to build and upgrade structures. It can be acquired either in the castle or in battle.


Wood/Silk is a basic resource that is used to build structures and can be made into silver at the Manufactory/Weaving Shop respectively.


Prime Crystals are the most valuable resource in the game. The lord or lady of the Castle can use them to create talents and special structures. This resource is very rarely awarded for victories in battle and takes a very long time to be made in the buildings.


Population is the number of people who live at your castle. The more residents in your castle, the more structures and upgrades you can build. To make sure that you always have enough people, you need to build a lot of houses.


Another very important part of the interface is the panel located in the bottom left-hand corner.

This panel contains functions such as construction, heroes, friends and ignores, chat and fullscreen/windowed mode. To activate one of these functions, just click on the appropriate icon.

In addition to the functions listed above, this is also where the lord or lady’s level, avatar, nickname and XP remaining to the next level are displayed.

When you fist enter your castle, it will be very small, and the only structures it will have are the two inns. But this can be easily rectified! To expand your territory, just go to the Construction menu, select Services and expand your territory. Then you will be free to build whatever structures you deem necessary.



In this section we will take a closer look at the castle. The main function of this wonderful structure is construction, which gives us a serious advantage.

In order to build anything, a lord or lady needs a workforce (population of the Castle) and resources. If you have enough of both, you can start building structures.

If you do not have much time to spend battling other players, you should focus on structures meant to obtain resources. When sufficiently leveled up, these buildings will be able to provide you with a significant quantity of resources.

Naturally, these are not the only structures you could build in your Castle. Your Castle can be outfitted with a library, Prime Crystal sources, towers, resource processing facilities and even decorative items.

Unfortunately, at the moment there is only a limited amount of structures available. In the future, there will be many more of them for you to build.

When your structure is not working on producing resources for you, it goes into sleep mode, which is denoted by a half moon symbol. As soon as the production process has been completed, a symbol representing the finished product is displayed over the building. Don’t forget that structures need silver or other resources to function.

Another major part of the Castle mechanics are heroes. They will serve the lord or lady of the castle in exchange for a one-time fee. The cost to hire a hero varies depending on how complex they are to control and on the gender of the holder of the account. Beyond the Castle walls, the game also features PvP matches. Fighting against other players makes the heroes expend Vigor (an attribute that determines how many battles a hero can participate in). Each battle costs 40% of a hero’s Vigor, which can be restored rather quickly at the Inn/Spa. It is therefore in your best interest to upgrade your Inn/Spa as quickly and as much as you can.



Prime World is tightly intertwined with social networks. This allows players to comment on current events in the world of Praia and actively participate in the life of the game.

You can also connect your social network account with Prime World and use it to login into the game. This is a very convenient feature since you will be able to see all of your friends playing Prime World and invite them to your group.

There are slight differences in the game depending on your gender. There is an embedded level of mutual dependency between the female and male players. For example players of opposite genders can save each other during critical moments in battle, and we expect that there will be more social components in the future. All of this still lies ahead of us. After all, Prime World never stands still!



In Prime World, players can form or join clans. In a clan, players can donate resources to increase the level of the clan, win games to improve the clan’s overall and daily ratings, and fight for the top spot on the clan leaderboard. Clan leaders can create a 2-5 character abbreviation that will appear before the name of all clan members, helping to spread the word about the clan and promoting clan loyalty.







Join the war between technology and magic in Prime World, the new RPG/MOBA from the creators of Heroes of Might & Magic V, Blitzkrieg, Silent Storm and Etherlords. Choose from dozens of characters and fight your friends in a battle for victory, glory, and priceless Prime!

Prime World merges persistent RPG hero development, PvP and story-driven battles and castle building. You can hire, equip and train your heroes between battles using collectible and upgradable talents, build a thriving economy in your city, and play together with your friends. You can even start your own clan and fight other clans!

Prime World offers various battlegrounds to challenge your friends – there are currently six game modes, with more to come: from fast and fierce 3v3 Outpost to dark and moody 4v4 Dragonwald. And you will be able to play single-player episodic missions as well.

The crux of the game lies in an ongoing conflict between two nations: the Dokht Imperium and the Keepers of Adornia. The two nations are plunged in an endless struggle for control over Prime, a crucial resource -- the possession of which could easily tip the balance of power. Prime is a dangerous substance with magical properties that can at the same time be a source of new technologies. Its ability to change and even control the world makes it highly desirable throughout the world. Whoever controls Prime controls the entire world.



Let’s take a moment and outline the major features of Prime World:

1) Prime World combines tactical battles with strategic elements. You can be anything from a mighty general to an august lord or lady of a castle.

2) Prime World has a social component: players can form clans and use social networks to collaborate together. Your social network friends will be your allies on the Prime World battlefield.

3) Every hero in the world of Praia can be fully customized using a unique talent-based system (as opposed to being artifact-based as in many other games).

4) Every match offers players a variety of ways to level their character, including mini-games, which means that every PvP encounter is going to be different.

5) The game is centered around a conflict between two forces that are very different from one another.

6) Prime World features a unique terramorphing system that allows players to seize terrain using their faction’s flags. Native Terrain enhances the abilities of the heroes located on it.





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