Well, somebody had to start it...
And I thought we could finally have a world without scrubs posting about how thread X is way too early. But here we are, with everyone disappointed :icon_rolleyes:-sigh-
thought we could finally have a world without scrubs posting these kinda stuffs way to early..
|Rank||Tribe name||Points of the best 40 players||Total points||Members||Points per player||Villages||Points per village|
Still,if you have a top20, but only 5 decent tribes, that still leaves 15 spots for scrubs.Et Set Ra Jun 05, 17:26
Would you accept an application without a mail?
Think of any reason why I'd accept an invite without a mail?
razkvc Jun 05, 17:27
Et Set Ra Jun 05, 17:29
razkvc invites you to the tribe 'The problem' (new) Jun 05, 17:23
Buddy request from razkvc (new) Jun 05, 17:22
Well, if you don't understand I won't be joining, you can retract the invitation.
It isYeah honestly. What happened to when new worlds would have thousands of posts the first day (maybe not thousands, but certainly multiple times more than the current world). Dozens of popular threads would be created; interesting mail, top tribe, top players, posts about premades, certain K's, returning players, etc. This world has almost none of that. It's honestly depressing to see what has happened when you think back to what was.
They haven'tSkierdude9 said:Sure the number of players joining the world is down. But I'd say it's not that far from where it used to be. Maybe 1/3 as many players playing as older worlds. But that's not reason for activity on the forums to be 1/20 as much. I realize the forums and the game have been on a gradual decline for almost 4 years now, but have they ever been THIS dead? Obviously I don't post much, but I really enjoy reading what others have to say on the forums.
The HP will have taken alot of peeps, 4* speed requires coplaying, anybody who tries to pretend you can get by ok playing solo when an average nights sleep equates to a day offline is talking trash. It's also no hauls which is understandably popular amongst many people who have played mid-late game,or even successfully played startup aggressively.Skierdude9 said:This world also seems far less competitive than past worlds. There are hardly any comments about people wanting to co-play and far fewer veterans joining the world.
I've known premades to fake deaths prior to worlds opening to go incognito before, haven't even read their thread tho so wouldn't care to attribute that path to them.Skierdude9 said:Back to talking about tribes
I can't even tell what premades are in the world, if any. From the look of the premade forum, Climax seemed to to be an extremely well made premade, but at the last minute they backed out of joining the world. So are there any worth note?
99.9999% of tribes fail ultimately, that family tribes do also shines no particular light on the natureof family tribes. It's no secret that whilst accounts often survive startup to mid-late game, the players that started them rarely play a whole world through. For a start because the primary attributes of good mid to late game players in tw, aside from simple native intelligence, are so different. A tribe that sits consistently in the top 20 with the same players for 3 months will as often as not start to see them drop like flies and need new blood. One potential solution to this is having far more players than you need, a stockpile against a future dearth. Still, family tribes can't help but stink of noob.skierdude9 said:The tribe DAWN (currently #4 tribe) already has three family tribes with themselves and the first two families already being filled. This is the kinda stuff that would be discussed / laughed about / enjoyed on the old forums.
Basically none of the top 20 looks too stellar and it's unlikely any more than one or two will last a week.
Possibly more!stats page should list invites sent out, i bet those top 20 have sent out about 16000 invites between them
How often does that matter? Big players [237pts? zomgz0r] sometimes get attacked simply for being high up the rankings, somebody wants a scalp, but far more common is the scenario where their targets and neighbours just cower at the mere thought of all the ~billions~ of souped up, pr0 controlled troops those points might conceal and the absolute certain foreknowledge that anything they can do to the mighty juggernaut of doom will pale in comparison to the almighty wrath it unleashes when it deigns to notice their presence:icon_rolleyes:
No way......we have a new point rusher!!
:icon_idea: Hmmm.....Wonder how big their armies are?