How to Get Glory Swords in War and Order

BY KENNETH MITCHELL

Kenneth Mitchell

Writer and Storywriter

PUBLISHED 2 MONTHS AGO

Tower defense and real-time strategy fuse flawlessly in War and Order, a popular mobile game. You can strengthen your city and later join alliances, among many features. Another helpful feature is the Rally, in which alliance members join you in battle.

How to Get Glory Swords in War and Order

However, you need a Hall of War to start Rallies, and the structure can only be upgraded with Glory Swords. This rare currency isn’t easy to get aside from buying, but it’s still possible. Keep reading to find out the methods of acquisition.

Getting Glory Swords

There are a few sources of Glory Swords in War and Order. They are:

  • Merchant ship
  • The shop
  • Pinata
  • Killing monsters
  • Occasional event prizes

Sadly, you won’t be getting that many through these methods. The best way to get Glory Swords is to spend money.

Even so, if you don’t want to level your Hall of War that much, it’s acceptable to keep it around Level Two and start Rallies this way.

What Are Glory Swords Used For?

Glory Swords are only used for upgrading your Hall of War. Other than that, there’s no point in spending real-world money on them. The higher your Hall of War’s level, the larger the Rally can be.

As Rallies are crucial for your Castle, you should build it as soon as possible. You don’t need many Glory Swords for a low-level Hall of War.

Hall of War Upgrade Costs

If you’re curious about how much each Hall of War level costs, we have a list for you.

Part One

  • Level 1: Two Glory Swords
  • Level 2: Eight Glory Swords
  • Level 3: 17 Glory Swords
  • Level 4: 29 Glory Swords
  • Level 5: 44 Glory Swords
  • Level 6: 63 Glory Swords
  • Level 7: 86 Glory Swords
  • Level 8: 113 Glory Swords
  • Level 9: 145 Glory Swords
  • Level 10: 182 Glory Swords
  • Level 11: 224 Glory Swords

Part Two

  • Level 12: 272 Glory Swords
  • Level 13: 326 Glory Swords
  • Level 14: 396 Glory Swords
  • Level 15: 452 Glory Swords
  • Level 16: 524 Glory Swords
  • Level 17: 603 Glory Swords
  • Level 18: 689 Glory Swords
  • Level 19: 782 Glory Swords
  • Level 20: 882 Glory Swords
  • Level 21: 989 Glory Swords
  • Level 22: 1,104 Glory Swords

Part Three

  • Level 23: 1,227 Glory Swords
  • Level 24: 1,358 Glory Swords
  • Level 25: 1,497 Glory Swords
  • Level 26: 1,645 Glory Swords
  • Level 27: 1,802 Glory Swords
  • Level 28: 1,968 Glory Swords
  • Level 29: 2,143 Glory Swords
  • Level 30: 2,327 Glory Swords
  • Level 31: 2,631 Glory Swords
  • Level 32: 3,095 Glory Swords
  • Level 33: 3,659 Glory Swords

Part Four

  • Level 34: 4,464 Glory Swords
  • Level 35: 5,347 Glory Swords
  • Level 36: 5,470 Glory Swords
  • Level 37: 5,830 Glory Swords
  • Level 38: Unknown
  • Level 39: 6,680 Glory Swords
  • Level 40: Unknown

As the charts and lists are incomplete, we sadly cannot provide Levels 38 and 40’s costs. However, you’d have to spend money to reach these levels, as it takes too long to get this many through playing the game alone.

Most players don’t upgrade their Hall of War beyond Level 20, as it would be too much. Rallies can also get predictable, and even smaller Rallies are sufficient for your needs.

For Glory and Honor

While you only need a low-level Hall of War to start Rallies, you’ll eventually hoard a sizeable amount of Glory Swords. A larger Rally is stronger, but the players are now learning how to counter them. As such, you shouldn’t invest in the Hall of War too much.

What level is your Hall of War? Did you spend any money on Glory Swords? Let us know in the comments section below.

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