aw lynxy - dont go making the flame world nice now - it would ruin the allure
ps dmoron - ive seen your attacks now and all i can say is SUPERNOOOOOOOOB
and speaking of supernoobs i just have to share this with you all
Georgieboi321 on 13.01.2011 at 16:21
Want to come home from nursery and own those stupid adults? Too complex for the simple TW playing style? Can't be bothered checking the Help section?
Fear not! In this simple guide, everything you need to know about TW will be condensed into a small, neat package, with easily processable information.
Lesson One - Joining a tribe
Well, you've started a new world, and, by following a later lesson that I will come onto, upgraded your headquarters for maximum points. What better to do than join a tribe?
Firstly, look in the rankings, and see which tribes are the highest. This means they are the best, especially if they appear to be recruiting. Next, actually go on individual tribes profiles. If they have any ASCII art, this is a good sign. A few overused war quotes also means that the tribe is fearless and warrior like. The name can also mean a lot, so, for example, if a tribe has "Elite" in their name, they will obviously be elite.
Now, you have decided which tribe you want to join. For the guides sake, let's say the mighty TSL attract your interest.
How do you get their attention?
Well, after intensive research, we found that repeatedly mailing the leader is the most effective method. It helps if the subject is called "Hi" as well. In the mail, you should try to make it as short as possible, therefore, no past experience should be included. Another sure fire way to ensure you get in is to ignore the rules of spelling and grammar.
Lesson 2 - Your Village
Now that you are in a mighty tribe, what to do?
First, start off by upgrading your village headquarters until you run out of resources. As soon as this happens, ignore the fact that free trading does not exist and that no-one has a market yet, and use your points to blackmail those around you into sending you resources.
Now, as soon as you have got more resources, continue to upgrade your village headquarters, and possibly build a market as well. You don't need to use any resources on building a wall, because, after all, who would dare to attack you?! Points are power. Anyone who claims otherwise will be a so called "veteran". I will come onto these later.
Lesson 3 - The Growing Problem
OK. You've made yourself the biggest in your 5x5, apart from a stupid player who seems to be in a god damn premade. Obviously, they will fail faster than your elite tribe, mainly due to the fact that there is no mention of ASCII art, but you feel that your authority may actually be undermined by this joker. I mean, come on, what the hell? The world is so big, why does he want to invade your little friendly zone?
You log on, as usual, and after a quick upgrade of your village headquarters, you realise something.Your entire army is dead! Thats right. The unimaginable has came to pass. Your PALADIN has been....brutally killed. After cursing and slapping the keyboard a few times, you realise that this is not the best way to get things done. What DO you do?
Well, first of all, look in the "reports" section. Remember where you politely filled open minds inbox? Its next to that section. It should have a little scroll next to it, to show something has happened. Look who commited this terrible deed. Now, for revenge.
Firstly, rename your village from "LetsmaekBunnigoInEver1spr0fiel1!" and change it to " R.I.P Paladin" This will instantly let your attacker know what they have done was wrong. Now, mail the attacker. No need to be polite now. It's payback time. Let all your anger out - that your teacher called you a "bad boy", that you accidentally mistook your play dough as spaghetti, and ate, it and had to go to hospital- you get the picture. Send it to the attacker, and then start to work on your village headquarters once more. By growing in points, people will think you have LOTS of troops, and it may not happen again.