SETO vs. DNS war

mountainboy965

Guest
I think the stats are fine, personally. It shows how the 2 different fronts of the war are doing (the western being Invite, and the eastern being [IB]. DNS are winning by a lot on the [IB] front, and Invite is winning, but by relatively less, on their front.

Yep. It's good that peoples on opposite sides of the aisle can agree. Especially you being my neighbor. I think it shows a mutual respect for one another.
 

Mouse220

Guest
I don't see why you used the 24h timeframe when doing the whole families stats, though. Probably because it made the stats look better...

Side 1: DNS ~DNS~ DNSa

Side 2: [IB] [IB]78 [IB]87 [IB]a INVITE Invice INV-U

Timeframe: Last week

Total conquers against opposite side:

Side 1: 133
Side 2: 80
Difference: 53

image.php


Points value of total conquers against opposite side:

Side 1: 1,423,072
Side 2: 813,492
Difference: 609,580

image.php
 

Azedmeer

Guest
Stats are looking nice.

DNS on the lead as always, both parties are putting a great fight. None of the sides have shown any things that tells they are losing so its pretty impressive.

Azedmeer,
 

DeletedUser17449

Guest
I don't see why you used the 24h timeframe when doing the whole families stats, though. Probably because it made the stats look better...
Which is exactly why I didn't like the stats the way he posted it.

I rest my case.

You couldn't care less? So you do care?

That is the correct expression. I know many say I could care less.. well I had a good education so I speak and write British English. Dutch is my first language but my English is almost as good. Don't try to find mistakes in my sentences ;)

http://dictionary.reference.com/help/faq/language/g09.html

The expression I could not care less originally meant 'it would be impossible for me to care less than I do because I do not care at all'. It was originally a British saying and came to the US in the 1950s. It is senseless to transform it into the now-common I could care less. If you could care less, that means you care at least a little. The original is quite sarcastic and the other form is clearly nonsense.
 
Last edited by a moderator:

sday03

Still Going Strong
Reaction score
1
Personally I don't see what the problem is. Its a nice breakdown of the individual tribes progress. SETO stats are on there, but unfortunately the effort levels of scrolling down seems just to much these days...
 

DeletedUser37668

Guest
Stats are looking nice.

DNS on the lead as always, both parties are putting a great fight. None of the sides have shown any things that tells they are losing so its pretty impressive.

Azedmeer,



wernt DNS losing a lil whiel ago to seto?



now there bashing seto losign to fun


cant wait to see end of war stats and see teh village totals
 

tikay

Guest
I don't see anyone bashing coz they're loosing at the moment :icon_neutral:
please enlighten us
 

Mouse220

Guest
Weren't DNS losing to SETO a little while ago? Now they're bashing SETO for losing to FUN. I can't wait to see the end of war stats and see the village totals

Translated it.

FUN wasn't even mentioned in that quote...?
 

picadilypie

Guest
wernt DNS losing a lil whiel ago to seto?



now there bashing seto losign to fun


cant wait to see end of war stats and see teh village totals

we're not losing that much to fun... 14 or something villages a week is rubbish, you'll only ever beat us that way if we all go inactive...
 

RMJ118

Guest
back to the war... how about some war stats? i know where to get them, but i'm too lazy to post them lol.
 
Last edited by a moderator:

tikay

Guest
Just as heads up, don't post warstats, all would be bugged.

TW-stats didnt updated last 24 hours, so you wont see what happened between now and the time it stopped updating.
 

Mouse220

Guest
Side 1: DNS ~DNS~ DNSa

Side 2: INVITE Invice INV-U [IB] [IB]78 [IB]87 [IB]a

Timeframe: Last 24 hours

Total conquers against opposite side:

Side 1: 10
Side 2: 11
Difference: 1

image.php


Points value of total conquers against opposite side:

Side 1: 91,662
Side 2: 111,619
Difference: 19,957

image.php
 

DeletedUser37668

Guest
Oooo died down... thats the problem with 45 50 hours attacks to be honest... stast are about every 5 days to see a real differnce
 

savraa

Guest
Oooo died down... thats the problem with 45 50 hours attacks to be honest... stast are about every 5 days to see a real differnce

umm 24 hours in a day X 2 = 48 hours. So i am not sure were you get 5 days from 2 days. :lol:
 

WorldWarrior

Guest
Probably more telling of a trend.

Side 1: DNS ~DNS~ DNSa

Side 2: INVITE Invice INV-U [IB] [IB]78 [IB]87 [IB]a

Timeframe: Last week

Total conquers against opposite side:

Side 1: 104
Side 2: 96
Difference: 8

image.php


Points value of total conquers against opposite side:

Side 1: 1,059,364
Side 2: 944,542
Difference: 114,822

image.php



Side 1: DNS ~DNS~ DNSa

Side 2: INVITE Invice INV-U [IB] [IB]78 [IB]87 [IB]a

Timeframe: Last month

Total conquers against opposite side:

Side 1: 537
Side 2: 312
Difference: 225

image.php


Points value of total conquers against opposite side:

Side 1: 5,229,206
Side 2: 3,088,189
Difference: 2,141,017

image.php





Side 1: DNS ~DNS~ DNSa

Side 2: INVITE Invice INV-U [IB] [IB]78 [IB]87 [IB]a

Timeframe: Last 3 months

Total conquers against opposite side:

Side 1: 1,013
Side 2: 913
Difference: 100

image.php


Points value of total conquers against opposite side:

Side 1: 9,453,167
Side 2: 8,414,811
Difference: 1,038,356

image.php
 
Last edited by a moderator:
Top