browser based economy simulation set in the Middle Ages, which means it can be
played on every computer with internet access. Downloads or plugins are not
necessary. Registration is for free.
Build your village
with more than 40 different buildings and turn it into a business empire. You
can breed cattle, cultivate crop, brew beer and much moreProduction
There are about 100 different products you
can produce in different qualities. Work together with other players or build
your own production chains.Sale/Trade
Sell your products to non player characters
or trade with real players to get the best prices. Send contracts or offer your
products on the board or in the chat.Money
From rags to riches, in Kapi Regnum your dreams
will come true.
War had devastated
the lands and, like a blast of fire, had left devastation in its wake. Entire
families had been wiped out. Food was running out, for there was no one left to
till the fields. Times were rough and life had not been kind to anyone in a long
Xavier and Xenia were standing outside the massive castle gates. By
the flickering torchlight, they could only just make out the drawbridge being
lowered on rattling chains. With a low thud it struck the ground in front of
them, enveloping the siblings in a cloud of dust. More clanging, then silence.
The silhouette of a tall man approached them from inside the castle walls. One
hand lifted by way of greeting, the other hand bearing a torch, he welcomed the
siblings: Do come in, Xavier, the Prince is expecting you and your sister."
Without any further ado, he turned around and lead them across the
Xavier was freezing. They had gone to war for the Prince. Two
years of destitution, fear and despair. For two long years people they had
gotten to know, that had become their friends, had been dying next to them.
Dying, without having known anything but a life of squalor and want, a slave's
existence. What could the Prince want from them?
The Prince received them
inside a brightly lit hall that formed a harsh contrast to the dark corridors
and alleyways they had crossed on their way through the castle. Xavier jerked to
a sudden halt, when the Prince extended his arms, saying: "He may hand over his
sword." He noticed Xavier hesitating and added: "I know how faithfully he has
served me. But he will not be needing it any more." Xavier unbuckled his sword
and handed it to the Prince, who passed it on to one of his servants. "Now
listen. Great challenges are awaiting him, challenges he may be better off
facing without a sword. This war helped us regain the land of or fathers. He
himself fought admirably and bestowed much honour on himself and his regiment.
But now the time has come to fill this barren earth with life again, the time
has come to repopulate this land. This document will allow him to found a
settlement and to start trading. But remember: You will not be able to make it
all on your own. Make sure to find yourself some trustee followers and never
reject a neighbour. Takes this bag of money and the horse you will receive at
the gate. Make your way out West, to our land, but remember, nevermore shall you
draw a sword."
Xavier and Xenia had sunk into a deep bow and on looking
up, realized they were left alone with the Prince's servant. Had not the Prince
been standing right in front of them, only seconds ago? Had all of this been
nothing but an illusion? Xavier's sword was gone, instead he was carrying a role
of parchment and a bag filled with jingling coins. When Xavier and Xenia passed
the castle gates, they were provided with a horse and food for four days. The
gates closed with a muffled sound and with a loud rattle the bridge was drawn up
once more. To the West, Xavier thought. Let's ride to the land of our fathers
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