Forge of Empire Galileo Galilei historical questline, 2017

New Forge of Empire historical questline – Galileo Galilei – starts on 17th of August, 2017. There are 12 quests to finish in one week by 24th of August, 2017. and you will be rewarded with portrait of Galileo Galilei and Sundial Spire – gives coins and a defense boost.

There are random rewards for each finished quest.

Quest # Quest line, tasks and tips
1 Galileo Galilei was an all-round genius. He lived during the Italian Renaissance and has often been referred to as the “father of astronomy, science and physics” 
Gather 100 coins – Tips: motivate/polish your neighbors
Spend 4 Forge Points
2 Family Matters. Galileo Galilei was born in the year 1564 in Pisa. His father, Vincenzo, was a famous lutenist. The whole family, including Galileo’s five siblings, moved to Florence when he was 5 years old. 
Make people enthusiastic – Tips: use Enthusiasm boost in your Tavern
Spend 6 Forge Points
3 Doctor-To-Be. After being educated in a monastery, he left towards the University of Pisa to become a doctor and study medicine. 
Motivate or Polish 30 buildings of other players
Visit 10 Taverns or Buy 5 Forge Points
4 The Pendulum Swings. During his studies, Galileo become fascinated by maths and physics, working on experiments with pendulums in his little workshop. After convincing his father, Galileo was allowed to switch subjects and started to study mathematics instead of medicine.
In production building finish 15-minute production 10 times – Tips: build hunters (stone age) if you have free space in your town
Spend 8 Forge Points
5 The Scientific Method. Galileo laid the groundwork for the scientific method known today, basing his assumptions on observations instead of interpreting philosophical texts as the main source of knowledge 
Research a technology or Donate 300 goods either from your current era or the previous era to the guild treasury
Spend 20 Forge Points
6 Falling Bodies. One of Galileo’s experiments proved that the speed of falling objects is not linked to their mass. He allegedly dropped two balls of different weight from the Tower of Pisa. Both hit the ground simultaneously, contracting common belief at the time. 
Finish 15 productions in production buildings from your age or 20 from the previous age – Tips: finish 15-20 5 minutes productions in a production buildings
Spend 10 Forge Points
7 Galileo’s Telescope. After learning about the invention of the telescope, Galileo decided to build his own. Instead of just replicating the common design, he greatly improved on it. This enabled him to look at the stars like no one before. 
Collect 600 Tavern Silver in Friends Tavern or Buy 8 Forge Points – Tips: collect silver from your own Friends Tavern or by visiting our neighbors taverns
Build 1 Cultural Building from your age or 2 from the previous age – Tips: check your inventory as you probably have unused cultural building there
8 Celestial Discoveries. With his improved telescope, Galileo could look at celestial bodies as close as the moon and as far as the Milky Way. He noticed craters on the surface of our moon and discovered the phases of Venus and the moons of Jupiter. 
Scout a Province or Solve 12 encounters in Guild Expeditions
Recruit 5 units from your age or 8 from the previous age – Tips: you can get units also from Alcatraz GB or in Guild Expedition
9 The Center of the Solar System. Galileo’s astronomic discoveries also proved what the astronomer Copernicus in the early 1500s could only assume: the Sun is the center of our Solar System, not the Earth. Not everyone was a fan of his discoveries, though… 
In a production building finish 4-hour production 15 times – Tips: build hunters (stone age) if you have free space in your town
Spend 12 Forge Points
10 Imprisonment. The church took offense to Galileo’s writings, forbade him to spread his knowledge, and sentenced him to a life in prison. Later, he was allowed to turn this imprisonment into a house arrest. 
Acquire 3 sectors without fighting or Win 6 battles without loosing in between – Tips: negotiate sectors or you can win battles in Guild Expedition, acquiring sectors or fighting your neighbors
Spend 14 Forge Points
11 House Arrest. Galileo continued to work under house arrest, even after he turned completely blind in 1638. Ultimately, in 1642 he died at the age of 77 in his home near Florence, his work continued to cause controversy and was only accepted by the church in 1757 
Finish 1-hour production 30 times – Tips: build hunters (stone age) if you have free space in your town
Spend 16 Forge Points
12 Legacy. Galileo Galilei was a scientific giant and many of his discoveries astounded and changed the world. Most importantly, his life teaches us to have the curiosity to question the world around us and the courage to fight for truth.
Gain control over a province or Donate 900 goods from your current era to the Guild Treasury
Activate 3 Boosts in the Tavern or Spend 30 Forge Points – Tips: activate boost at your own Friends Tavern or check your inventory for any boost you have there

That’s it.