Correct me if im wrong but usually in a war game like this to win you have to get stronger then your enemy.. so why are you making it seem like stopping your enemy from growing by protecting them is a bad thing? Its a perfectly logical strategyGuess that strategy is superior to One which is essentially been following Omen moves since, what July?
Let's look at some recent w45 occurrences:
ChoCho goes to Omen essentially because the two Dukes (mitsche and albert moulton) don't want your leadership. You were pressing them into merging with One before they were ready. They decide they like Stalker and Omen's approach. The larger tribe (ChoCho) merges into Omen which catapults us from lonely #3 tribe into w45 leadership.
Then the fun starts....
Omen passes on recruiting Howl! folks - you ally with them. We destroy the tribe and refugees flee to Ash.
Omen passes on recruiting Ash folks - you ally with them. We are in process of attacking tribe. You take them into your tribe.
Omen passes on P-Ctrl merger (and they were selling us hard on that one) - yes - you take them into One!
We create Nemo and then Onoez, clearly mates we want to ally with and bring along, you create Two.
Al-Prince (Omen member who we were watching very closely for internalizing) attacks his own tribe, we kick him, and.... yes he finds a home in One - of course. You then provide him no support and quickly kick him back on the street when you realize we'll be nobling him out. Accomplished in about 30 days I might add.
Omen attacks Nebeski, wait, what do you guys do? Of course, he's a One member now. Cheer him on and, what support is he going to get as we noble him out?
In fact, the entire One strategy since the R4KI gangbang (which you already admitted was Formz' idea) has been reactive to Omen moves. Yet you say we have no strategy? Just doesn't pass the sniff test, mate. Slowly, but surely you have taken players into your tribe who have no future in w45 and yet what support or organization do you give them? I don't doubt you have some good, heck, some great players in what I'll call "old school" One. They are, however, just playing out a losing hand you dealt them imho...
"An enemy of my enemy is a friend of mine"
From the looks of it i would say you don't like fighting on even ground. Your complaining because ONE put together your enemies so you cant just take them out 1 by 1.
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