wouldnt that be a revelation!? thats a good call , however i believe someone posted recently ref ideas regarding tribal lock loyalty and fight and his post was removed.. mind you it was batan lol..
Now I love this idea.Just stopping by to see how the TW servers are doing... Nice to see Kirk still trying to win. Though the complaining about merging every world is getting old. How about a world where after 30 days, you're locked to whatever tribe you are in.
Too true! It's 1 of the reasons why I stepped down from the Paint! council and ultimately left. Trust, tribe culture and loyalty seem to be after thoughts to leaders these days... victory by any means is the priority.unfortunately players now seem to value winning over how they won - the ends justify the means type of mentality
Well ,this is what the leader of Epic thinks :all in all this world was a great learning experience
unfortunately players now seem to value winning over how they won - the ends justify the means type of mentality
omg the skilled soldier 2018 replied under my message.Haha imagine having problems with one of kirk's tribes. Does not bode well for future fights with good tribes can say that for sure.
Also locked or static tribes is a fine idea if you enjoy inactive worlds / working with noobs for endless months on end (read noobs not newbies)
Something logical from you, very niceapex jumped at paint from world start as we knew what was gonna happen and the threat if allowed.... we allowed this once in past to happen and they asked for nap then won the world lol
all i say is to the friends and solo account tribes.. if you see the premade machine land throw all at them early game.. if not then its not a win world for you
Yes it was however most people by week two made personal alliances in their area and at the end of 3 months tribes were made out of groups. It was a pretty interesting concept though. Always destined to fail.It was done before
W 27 I think
Ppl were assigned randomly into a tribe ,and had to stay there for 3 months
The leadership was elected after a week thru tribal vote
Isn't that a sad way to be? Whatever happened to honor and loyalty and respect? Are they really a thing of the past?