hang Nu isn't so shallow as to only care about that.

He's more interested in the changes in functionality.

For the House of Skeletons.

Undead recovery speed +50%.

Skeleton soldiers population limit increased by ten times.

Besides that, there's also two new units available.

Skeleton mage.
Level 1 Elite.
Costs 150 gold per summoned.
Population limit of 50.

Skeleton commander.
Level 2 Normal.
Costs 100 gold per summoned.
Population limit of 100.

Very good.

He didn't level this up in vain.

There's just way too big a gap between the abilities of the House of Bones and House of Skeletons.

After gaining the House of Skeletons, Zhang Nu can now summon 1000 skeleton soldiers + 100 skeleton commanders + 50 skeleton mages.
This will greatly increase the might of his territory.

As for why the level 1 skeleton mage is more expensive than that level 2 skeleton commander.

That's completely normal.

Skeleton mages are Elite monsters, whereas skeleton commanders are only level 2 Normal monsters.

Even putting aside the fact that magic units are more valuable, the fact is that skeleton mages are a bit stronger than the skeleton commanders.

It's not like skeleton commanders are useless though.

Level 2 skeletons are several times stronger than level 1 skeletons.
They're way more powerful be it in attack, defense or strength, making them far better be it in battle or as labor.

It can be said that, now that he has gained the House of Skeletons, his territory's power has unquestionably increased by quite a bit.

Zhang Nu had no intentions of resting on his laurels though.
He intends on strengthening the defenses of his territory, which is where the “Tower of Grudges” blueprint comes in.

The Tower of Grudges is a defensive type undead structure.

Its ability is kind of similar to that of the Grudge Tree.
The moment an enemy enters its sensory range, it will automatically summon up self-destructing grudge ghosts to go after those enemies.

There are two locations suitable for setting them up at: In the Darkness Canyon or near the Demon King Castle.

The former has a narrow geography.
It's the only passageway into the valley, so the Towers will be very effective in that kind of environment.
The latter is his main base, where his core construct, the Demon King Altar is, so it does also need extra defenses.

After some thought, Zhang Nu decided to place them in the canyon.

If enemies managed to get all the way into his main base, then the various constructs in his territory will likely be heavily damaged.

In that case, it's better to just keep his enemies from getting through in the first place.

After about half a day, five towers made of bone rose from the ground in the Darkness Canyon.

They're filled with terrifying skulls from top to bottom, making them terribly scary just looking at them.
Any Hero who sees them as they enter the Canyon will likely tense up in apprehension.

Zhang Nu gazed upon his handiwork with great satisfaction.

At this moment though, a draconian hurriedly ran to him with a report.


“There are minotaurs outside!”

“They're trying to enter the territory!”

Zhang Nu's first thought is that those are Heroes attacking again.

What luck.

Won't they make great lab rats for testing his new setup!

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