Jirki, the forums would be better if I was a mod. I'd ban hammer those who spam a lot (in order to keep me at Rank 4 post count) and follow the rules (hopefully....)
You obviously know nothing about me. You can no longer see my W4 history, but lets take a little look at W19:some people play the game to be badass tribalwars killing machines, and some play to chit chat and make cute pictures. i've noticed that almost all mods/admins fit the latter category :/
Maybe I over-reacted too, but I bust my butt for my tribe and I've only not been in a war for about 4 months out of the 3.5 years I've been playing.nice stats there--perhaps i was wrong to target you. but i still stand by the notion that *most* mods are simmers/socializers rather than warfiends. and, as doug said, maybe w19 sucks ;D
Getting your data was easy, I just copied and pasted the twstats info into excel and sorted. The reason I somewhat approximated was because I didn't want to go back through all the tribes you'd been in.as an aside though, the 15% self-ennoblements doesn't matter in w7--you don't lose coins/nobles for it, so there's no substantial cost to sending 5-noblemen at targets, which is why i've nobled myself a lot... so the barb/tribemate/enemy ennoblements would all be higher percentages of my actual conquers, proportionately, bumping each category up just a couple % or so.
also, how do you calculate those numbers with relative accuracy? i'm not saying they're off by a ton--they're probably pretty close to accurate. but were you just sorting through TWstats and guestimating, or is there a handy calculating tool that i'm missing?
I don't refute that there may be a lot of mods who don't really do much as far as playing the game goes. Modding actually can take a lot of time believe it or not.and lastly, of course, my excuse for any shitty stats that my account may or may not have is summed up by my title to the left of this post: "blog staff" ;D