In TCommander Bot, for each farms list you have a tab where you can add, delete and edit farms belonging to the farms list. In the following image you may see each function and section of a farm list:
- “Search Farms” button
Click this button to open “Search Farms” dialog where you can search farms on the map very quickly and filter by distance, tribe, population, etc. For more details see the manual How to Search Farms in Map.
- “Import Gold Club Farms List” button
Click this button to open “Import Gold Club Farms List” dialog and import any farms list that you have created in your Rally Point. This option will not be able to import any farm if you don’t have Gold Club activated in your server account. For more details see the manual: Import Gold Club Farms Lists.
- “Export farms to Gold Club farms list” button:
With this button you can start exporting your current farms to any Gold Club farms list in a few seconds. Ofcourse, you need Gold Club in order to use this feature. For more details see this manual: Export your farms to Gold Club farms list
- “Delete” button
This button allows you to delete any selected farm. You can select one farm by clicking its row, or select multiple farm rows by holding “Ctrl” button while clicking rows. This button is disabled by default. It will be enabled automatically after any farm row is selected.
- “Farm List Settings” button: Click this button to open “Farms List Settings” sub-window to edit raid settings and define raid strategy for all farms in this list. For more details about raid settings, see the manual Raid Strategy.
- “Delete List” button: Delete current farm’s list including all farms in it.
- “Enable Farming” check box: Enable or disable farming for all farms of current list. No matter if they are enabled.
- Farms grid: Farm grid is a table containing the list of farms added to the current list. It has the following columns:
– “Enable” column: has checkbox to enable/disable each farm. You decide anytime which farms you want to keep raiding or not.- “Target” column: indicates the name of the target farm, or name of target village.- “Distance” column: Shows distance between current village and farm.- “X|Y” column: shows position of target farm.- “Population” column: Shows number of inhabitants of the target farm. Every 24 hours this number may be accompanied by another number indicating increased inhabitants in green color, for example: (+16) indicates that inhabitants increased by 16 in the last 24 hours.- “Player” column: Player’s name of target farm.- “Alliance” column: Alliance’s name of target farm if player belongs to any alliance.- “Troops” column: Troops units to raid to target farm. The number of troops units may change automatically depending of Raid Strategy defined in Farm List Settings sub-windows.- “Raid Frequency” column: Time frequency to send troops. This field is defined Farm List Settings sub-windows where you set your raid strategy.
– “Status” column: Shows the status of the farm. It may have the following statuses:
“Sending troops”: It is trying to send troops to target farm.
“Waiting for troops”: It’s time to send troops but you have not enough troops in Rallypoint to raid to target village.
“Wait for time”: It is waiting for next scheduled time to raid.
“Target Deleted”: The farm has been deleted from the map.
“Target Protected”: The farm has beginner’s protection.
– “Last Visit” column: Shows last raid’s report resume:
On left side shows the crossed swords icon. Red swords mean all your troops died. Yellow swords mean some of your troops died. Green swords mean none of your troop died.
In the center it displays last raid’s date and time.
And on the right side it shows sack icon indicating percent of resources that has been stolen. To see the percent number you must hover the mouse over this icon.
– “Next Attack” column: shows scheduled time to send next raid.
– “Note” column: shows your personal’s note for this raid. You can edit it by double clicking the cell and type your comment directly.
“Note” field is very helpful to have records of any comments related to that specific farm. For example: “Has cranny 3000 resources”, “Killed my scouts” or “Has tons of resources”, etc.
Editting Single Farm
For each row in the farm list, you may see “Edit Farm” icon:
You may use this button to edit selected farm raid troops and raid frequency manually: