They did it also on Casual12 so it looks like Norse is just going to follow the same pattern on every casual world. Until they all either get bored or Until TW manage to make casual worlds great again. The whole above video can actually apply to casual worlds as a whole. There are now professional players on a casual world from transfer opening day one. When nobled out, then a player from a real word is asked to accept the challenge to join a casual world where he can learn to play in a casual more relaxed manner. It's hilarious if he joins and actually believes he is ever going to be in a winning tribe on a casual world. Thank heavens there are some addicted players that are on the casual worlds without any realistic expectation of winning. At least the players are trying to have some fun as they were promised when they joined a casual world. Why not go out having fun. Winning in most cases was most likely never on the table. But just hanging around isn't the kind of fun everyone likes.
Well done to Norse - NN - Norse whatever their name is today. Lots of good and honourable players there.
Congratulations to the Norse leaders who internalled their own tribe to get to the top of the rankings. Have a look at the stats for the last 8 weeks, the stats do not lie - 5th to 1st, 6th to 2nd, 8th to 4th.
One was so desperate to get second place the leaders gifted each other villages on the last day. Have a look at the stats and draw your own conclusions.
What Cads forgets to mention there were entire reasons behind some of the Forced internals. which he was happy to accept.
We had players who did very little to nothing during the course of the wars, but due to the current enemies in place could not be dealt with straight away. They were dealt with afterwards, when they were given plenty of chances to act part of the tribe. Unfortunately they did not.