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  • Why do I have to fight against allies?

    Probably this idea has passed by here ...


    Has no logical fight versus ally in the arena
    must have a way of changing that
    What would be the purpose of being ally?
    Only collect points for rank?
    Only collect points for event?

    I want the support of you

  • #2
    What is an "ally" for you? A guild mate?

    Guilds mean nothing in Arena, so it would be nonsense to avoid battles between guild mates. Moreover, guildies can cooperate by nerfing each other in Arena, so removing these battles would punish teamwork.

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    • #3
      i actually like this,since 80% of the strongest deck are in my guild,and it would be easier to recruite for your guild,right now not too much benefits being in stronger guild.

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      • #4
        I was thinking alike when there were no guild wars, castle strike was already abandoned and Ossion was still a good card -- why should I help my guild mates get stronger if all I was getting was stronger opponents in the arena :-)? Now with guild wars it finally makes sense again. As for the arena, I used to think that I don't want to fight against guild mates, but now I have at least more variety in the opponents as the realm population shrinks. And if anything, at least I can train against players in my guild beforehand and prepare the best deck for each of them.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mix Thorngall View Post
          What is an "ally" for you? A guild mate?

          Guilds mean nothing in Arena, so it would be nonsense to avoid battles between guild mates. Moreover, guildies can cooperate by nerfing each other in Arena, so removing these battles would punish teamwork.
          You tell me that you have to die to help his ally?Really?

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          • #6
            My guild faces the same problem in arena, too many strong decks in our guild, we have like 9 of the top 10 spenders in our guild, so yeah we are deck heavy. It would be nice to not have to fight them. If you nerf your deck so those under you can do better in arena, you may end up with a nerfed deck in guild wars if you are not careful. Also nerfing your deck only helps other guilds as well. As a guild, why would I want to help another guild?

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            • #7
              you have to remember that this game's architecture did not start with any Guilds and wasn't really introduced until early 2014.

              so, arena's are old designs and I am not sure if they care to update it so you don't fight your guildmates in the arena.

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              • #8
                lol they can't repair guild wars after 2 years and GK gone for more than a month....

                do you thing they will have time to improve some other thing?

                they should be repairing guild wars and GK because there is a massive people leaving the game...

                and my parrot knows it... he say "I'M LEAVINGGG" "I'M LEAVINGGGG" but...

                why kabam doesn't change the developers of the game that are killing the game?

                maybe a good developer wins x10 more than a beginner.... think on it !

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                • #9
                  But if you don't fight your guildmates, you fight "only" members of other guilds.
                  This has certain advantages and disadvantages. Advantage is that if you are in a guild which contains the "beasts" of the server the arena for you is super easy. But if you are on the other side of the river, you only get to face those top players in arenas and you are practically blocked from completing arenas. So, I am against this kind of redesign of arenas. Because it would make the arenas almost impossible for those who are new or those who don't fall in a good guild.

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