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Dragon Dominion Time and Competition

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  • Dragon Dominion Time and Competition

    Attention Gaea,

    I am contacting you from the alliance E√iL Liπle Fu?ks in Ahti realm. We have been avid participants in the Dragon Dominion competition. We have won the last 8 competitions in gold tier in a row, and although we really enjoy this aspect of the game, we need to bring to your attention some issues.

    The current time is unacceptable. The majority of our realm and competition are from North America, and the competition begins when they are still at work. The time has changed a few times, and you must have seen a drop-off in participation with this most recent time slot. When DoA was first set up, players were dropped into realms based on their geographical location, surely you can still see where the majority of players live.

    Having the competition for 7 consecutive days is too much to ask of your customers- it's a two hour long commitment to compete. I would suggest having it on weekends only, or return to the previous "every other day" format. Already it is obvious that players are frustrated with the time, and if the issue is the addressed you will continue to see drop-off in participation.

    I propose that you make the competition for Friday, Saturday, Sunday for two weekends and one day during the week, or even have the final round the following weekend, instead of every day for 7 days. That way regardless of the time, more people will be free to play it.

    Lastly, the tiers have some serious flaws. Teams with little to zero player participation stay in gold and have no chance to win, and the same few large teams compete against each other every time. It has become tedious for many of us. I would suggest changing the teams in each division on a more regular basis, or creating more tiers across more realms.

    I hope you will hear our concerns and consider adjustments to the Dragon Dominion. It has been one of the best additions to DoA, and we want to continue to support it.

    Thank you

    Gaea reply (via email)

    Thank you for contacting us. I understand that you have concerned regarding the AVA time in the game. I agree that our service was not on par with the level you?ve always been accustomed. I really appreciate you taking time to let us know about your thoughts.

    We have set the standards way too high that even we sometimes fail to meet them. Currently, our game is running at UTC time zone as we have players from different parts of the world. However, I will make sure to forward your suggestion directly to our game designers so that they have a look at it and make the necessary changes. I hope to provide you with the best level of service you deserve as a Gaea customer and gamer. I won't be able to assure you of anything as of now, however, most of the features in the game are implemented after receiving valuable suggestions from our players. I know, this won't be of much help now, but I hope it will be helpful in the long term. We are always looking for ways to improve the game after considering valuable suggestions from our players. After all, the games are for the players, and we wouldn't be anywhere if not for you. We really appreciate your understanding in this regard.

    If you have any further concerns, please feel free to write back to us and we will be glad to assist you ahead.

    Best Regards,
    Your Gaeamobile Support

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    Hi Lolita (ELF) !

    Thanks for your feedback. I am really sorry for the inconvenience. Can you tell me the ticket number?
    Best regards