Hello W110, A world without scavenging should give the incentive to all competitive players to farm, early game is mostly controlled by PP but we're getting to the stage where farming becomes really important so I went through the stats and made a table for the top 10 tribes. The standings at the time of writing: This is a world where there is a 1:10 max attack ratio for the first 30 days so most daily farming income will be coming from barbs as most players are too small to be farmed at this stage. That's why villages plundered gives a better picture of overall effort than just resources farmed. I did not include family tribes in this table. We see Ruckus having 8 top 25 players of which only 3 are in the top 25 plunders, begs the question if they will step up their farming game or if they'll continue relying upon PP for growth. Squad has 2 top 25 players of which 0 are within the top 25 plunderers and the stats for their top 100 players are quite sad as well, hoping to see them step it up. Efes is a very top-heavy tribe with 5 top 25 players and only 1 player between ranks 26-100. Those 5 top 25 players are not doing great on farming and because of the tribe being top-heavy, the top 100 stats look alright while they're really just mehh. To? has some impressive farming stats as a tribe, one of the best of the world so far, curious to see how this tribe develops. PMS. seems mediocre in every way possible. WUS is a remake of the 104 tribe, some decent effort in plunders which has yet to translate into resources farmed but the effort is there. Personally I underestimated Smurf but they're actually doing well. It's gonna be interesting to see how this tribe will look compared to Ruckus in a few weeks. WHAT is showing decent stats but they are more core than competitors such as To?, this might cause some issues for them in the future. Design seems to have a couple of decent members but their farming stats so far are mehh. Blue just seems like future food for more capable tribes. If you like content like this, I might post more in the future. Feel free to leave suggestions on what to cover next.