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Please respect your community. Respect each other as you all enjoy the same thing ? The Game.

We encourage open and friendly discussion of the game and the Community. Moderators and Staff have final decisions on all matters, and are here to make sure that the Community remains a friendly, fun place appropriate for players of all backgrounds, ages and groups.

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Violating these rules will result in warnings, either formal or informal, suspensions, banning, or other sanctions.

Rule 2: Respect other users on the forums
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- Do not use ill terms which are offensive to groups, do not ?flame?, ?troll.? or ?haze?.

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- Do not post anything illegal under U.S. law, or encourage other users to break the laws of the U.S. or their country of residence.
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- Do not post any information covered by a non-disclosure agreement or beta testing agreement. Even if you somehow have inside information about our competitors, for legal reasons we don?t want to hear it.
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- Do not post in-game information in an attempt to have other players attack your target. Be careful to not cross the line into bullying.

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- The moderation teams reserves the right to warn, suspend, or permanently ban users judged to be acting against the spirit of the rules, even if the user is following the letter of the rules.
- Do not argue with moderators about moderator decisions. You can disagree with a moderator?s opinions, just like any other poster, but when they post moderator actions in red text, it is considered final.
- Moderators have no access to your game account. If you have an issue you must contact customer service.

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  • Arghas
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    Originally posted by Robert Robertino View Post
    Dota is casual? You must be russian.
    Sc2/war3 player.

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  • Robert Robertino
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    Originally posted by Arghas View Post
    There is no such thing as a casual rpg. Take note of this. Casual games are never rpg games; u have lol, and dota and etc. That are casual games but it's not an rpg, as u can see for the game description: rpg.

    Sure if you think this is a casual game then accept casual rewards and not top tier rewards. Give me an example of a pay2win game rpg that gives casuals rewards tantamount to a top tier reward without spending a lot lot more time.
    Dota is casual? You must be russian.

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  • Noob_5VMXRK6
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    Originally posted by SilchasRuin View Post
    Just like In real life the people that work the hardest deserve the best rewards. It's that simple. If you want to be on top which is the goal of all players you better work for it. If not then be happy where you are.
    LOL at your comment bro. This world doesn't even work this way. Most of the millionaires in the world don't even put in effort in their work nowadays. They just scam the average joes off their life savings and leave them to die. Enron, fanny mae etc, 'too big to fail'? in the end, it's all just the rich getting richer, on the backs of the poor.

    So NO, working the hardest does NOT mean you will get the best rewards, that's the way of life.

    But on another note, good tips for the average free player.

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  • SilchasRuin
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    Originally posted by bcp19 View Post
    Wow, you put in 80+ hours a week and you seem to put in the same amount of time on the game... sounds to me like you play the game at work and do nothing else, since you likely have managers that you delegate the majority of your 'work' to. You shot yourself in the foot there buddy, you can't have the time to work and the time to put all this effort into the game unless you don't do any real work.
    Nope no people to delegate work to. It's all me. But I also don't have a boss that makes me keep my phone in the car so can play more freely than other people. I also don't work 9-5. I start work when the day starts and I stop when the works done not when the whistle blows.

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  • bcp19
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    Originally posted by SilchasRuin View Post
    You're wrong. I own and run 2 small businesses. I work 80+ hours a week. Both are service based. No sitting around. So you must think that everyone in college deserves the same degree whether they do the class work or not also right? I mean some people work their way through college how can they have time to do homework? They should just be given the degree for being there. That's the same thing you're saying about this game. Don't spend the time, energy, effort and money but still expect the same rewards as those that do. That ain't real life.
    Wow, you put in 80+ hours a week and you seem to put in the same amount of time on the game... sounds to me like you play the game at work and do nothing else, since you likely have managers that you delegate the majority of your 'work' to. You shot yourself in the foot there buddy, you can't have the time to work and the time to put all this effort into the game unless you don't do any real work.

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  • SilchasRuin
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    Originally posted by Angmar87 View Post
    you said it will take SOME time. It will years of constant everyday farming. Dont you think this is too hardcore for a mobile game??
    But this IS a mobile game. You knew that when you downloaded it correct? Too late to complain about it now.

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  • Angmar87
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    Originally posted by Arghas View Post
    There is no such thing as a casual rpg. Take note of this. Casual games are never rpg games; u have lol, and dota and etc. That are casual games but it's not an rpg, as u can see for the game description: rpg.

    Sure if you think this is a casual game then accept casual rewards and not top tier rewards. Give me an example of a pay2win game rpg that gives casuals rewards tantamount to a top tier reward without spending a lot lot more time.
    Elemental kingdoms on android.

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  • SilchasRuin
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    Originally posted by bcp19 View Post
    Wow, you are blind... the hardest working people tend to be those that get paid minimum wage, the so-called professionals do little compared to them in terms of real work. Just because you have an education doesn't mean you work hard, most times it is the opposite. Why else does it take a college degree to fly a plane yet only a high school diploma to fix it? I spent 20 years in the Navy, I know what hard work is, and polishing a seat with your *** ain't work.
    You're wrong. I own and run 2 small businesses. I work 80+ hours a week. Both are service based. No sitting around. So you must think that everyone in college deserves the same degree whether they do the class work or not also right? I mean some people work their way through college how can they have time to do homework? They should just be given the degree for being there. That's the same thing you're saying about this game. Don't spend the time, energy, effort and money but still expect the same rewards as those that do. That ain't real life.

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  • Arghas
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    Originally posted by Iron_Tarkus View Post
    Not everyone has 10hrs a day to burn suiciding arenas. Arena rewards are the only other reliable way of improving your deck besides boss farming and raiding.

    Mobile = casual. Casual players don't have that kind of time. Yes, paying players keep the servers running. But if you think free players don't matter, you should see what happens when they all leave after hitting the pay wall.
    There is no such thing as a casual rpg. Take note of this. Casual games are never rpg games; u have lol, and dota and etc. That are casual games but it's not an rpg, as u can see for the game description: rpg.

    Sure if you think this is a casual game then accept casual rewards and not top tier rewards. Give me an example of a pay2win game rpg that gives casuals rewards tantamount to a top tier reward without spending a lot lot more time.

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  • bcp19
    replied
    Originally posted by SilchasRuin View Post
    Just like In real life the people that work the hardest deserve the best rewards. It's that simple. If you want to be on top which is the goal of all players you better work for it. If not then be happy where you are.
    Wow, you are blind... the hardest working people tend to be those that get paid minimum wage, the so-called professionals do little compared to them in terms of real work. Just because you have an education doesn't mean you work hard, most times it is the opposite. Why else does it take a college degree to fly a plane yet only a high school diploma to fix it? I spent 20 years in the Navy, I know what hard work is, and polishing a seat with your *** ain't work.

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  • Angmar87
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    you said it will take SOME time. It will years of constant everyday farming. Dont you think this is too hardcore for a mobile game??

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  • SilchasRuin
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    Originally posted by Robert Robertino View Post
    Haha, this deserves a reply. Heroes of camelot = casual? You're playing the wrong game, son. This game requires at least 700 feeders for a decent max lvl t4 legendary. 700 feeders of continuously clicking explore. Hours and hours of hardcore gaming. If you can't play more often than strong players can, you certainly don't deserve a win. If your server is filled with players who don't lower their decks in non-ranked arenas then tough luck on you. If you want to win ranked arenas with a low deck, then quit the game because that won't be happening anytime soon again.
    +1 well said

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  • Angmar87
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    Originally posted by ReficuI View Post
    38 per week, 380 per 10 weeks(2 months plus) which is what i got my number. Why not happy?
    Because 380 ss = 4 legendaries in 2 month with summon storm. And one of these 6* will be HOPE. And you need at least 4 copy of same 6*, and there lot of 6*. You will get T1 of each = no use.

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  • SilchasRuin
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    Originally posted by bcp19 View Post
    There are none so blind as those who will not see...

    Who in your opinion *IS* entitled then? The current system points to the top players as being entitled as they never have to lose. Show me a player not in the top 10% that has a consistent win streak at 200% and isn't blocked before hitting 2k in an arena.
    Just like In real life the people that work the hardest deserve the best rewards. It's that simple. If you want to be on top which is the goal of all players you better work for it. If not then be happy where you are.

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  • Robert Robertino
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    Originally posted by Iron_Tarkus View Post
    Not everyone has 10hrs a day to burn suiciding arenas. Arena rewards are the only other reliable way of improving your deck besides boss farming and raiding.

    Mobile = casual. Casual players don't have that kind of time. Yes, paying players keep the servers running. But if you think free players don't matter, you should see what happens when they all leave after hitting the pay wall.
    Haha, this deserves a reply. Heroes of camelot = casual? You're playing the wrong game, son. This game requires at least 700 feeders for a decent max lvl t4 legendary. 700 feeders of continuously clicking explore. Hours and hours of hardcore gaming. If you can't play more often than strong players can, you certainly don't deserve a win. If your server is filled with players who don't lower their decks in non-ranked arenas then tough luck on you. If you want to win ranked arenas with a low deck, then quit the game because that won't be happening anytime soon again.

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