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  • Match Fixing - Whats KABAM take on this?

    As above. I see that now the trend to win a TK event is to hit each other rather than hit reds. Its happening every time there is a TK event.
    Maybe KABAM just have to remove TK event entirely as it give an unfair advantage to a bigger alliance to trade hit among themselves so they can fix who take the top spot.
    Smaller alliance or those with smaller knights will always close and finding an open target is hard but those who wants to win on merit look for walls but no way that they can beat a match fixing trading t5 troops. Maybe TK event need to be revised based on might or player levels or divisions.
    From what I can see, the way to win is based on the following simple plans:

    1. For TOM/ATOM/XTOM, the more gems you spend, you will win, no brainer unless you are getting worthless Lunette or Merlin payout.
    2. TK event, best combo of Knight+Might+AllianceMight attacking each other is best way to win, 100% match fixing
    3. Train event, this is the only event that requires experience and knowledge of what and when to train and get the idle pop the fastest way. No gem is necessary unless you need speed ups. The smart ones usually win this event.

    TK event should be looked over again to reduce match fixing and give everyone a fair chance of winning. Frankly no one will unhide knowing that the bigger alliance has a buffed knights that can zero them in 4-5 hits. Attack knight can be as high as 1200% and they will be able to kill any defense knights without any resistance. Any alliance member that drops and then reenter again during alliance tks should be disqualified from winning any prizes. Or DO NOT allowed anyone leaving alliance during TK event. This will still allow alliance to trade kills with another alliance but it eliminates 'members kills members' for prizes. DO NOT allow blue hit blue. Make it hard to get the TK, and increase the prize.

    A game where someone can dictates who get the top spot is not a game. In a real world, he will be banned. KABAM need to do something on this asap before the game is only about the top 3 or 5 alliances involving only their top 5-10 players in each alliance. Unless this is how KABAM intended the game to be played and all those hostiles or blue are just for show.

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    This topic has been discussed for more than an year here, but nothing has been done about it.
    I completely relate to what you are saying. This happens regularly in my world, and there is no set way to control it at least as of now.

    If you start banning people for dropping from alliances and joining back, then no one would be able to switch out and back into an alliance for even legitimate reasons. The player may be non gemmer and has nothing to do with the TK comp at all, and still get banned if we did that.

    Secondly, there would still be a lot of ways to get around this.
    A player can just build alts and zero them to win tk comps. (Happens a lot in my world , it pisses me off to no end, but what can we do about people who play like that)
    One more option is to have multiple accounts, in different alliances and use them to get tks.

    So while I completely agree with your sentiments, I am afraid, the game does not have a sure shot way of ensuring fair play as of now.
    That's just the reality of the situation.
    Can we do something about it? Heck yeah, but Kabam will have to change the game mechanics in a way to make sure cheating doesn't happen. But as of now, such a mechanism is not there.

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    • #3
      There will always be players who will do ANYTHING for the best, latest, shiniest whatever.

      Those who spend will always be ahead. Using alts could be seen as cheating but it's part of the game.

      I think they tried 'locking' alliances in the Hobbit - no idea how sucessful it was. It's an option for koc. Lock all alliances for Ali tournaments not allowing anyone to join or leave.

      Won't cure the hitting alts and there are not hundreds of players or active alliances anymore so there isn't as much jumping between alliances.

      As for playing fair - hasn't been much of that since troop chests, furies and gear were introduced. Now there's arcane archers so a non-gemmer who has trained (YES TRAINED) a decent number of T1 to 'hide' his better troops behind will get stuffed by a gemmer who has bought a load of these new troops.

      What next? Invincible troops for the winner of the season tournaments?

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      • #4
        Kabam better start doing something or they will be milking money for a handful of people only. As it is a lot players has left and no noob will be playing this game if they know that the only way to win is to put tons of money.
        Thrash talking seems to be the most favorable methods to get hit or be hit. This game should be rated 21+ or MA. If thrash talkers were reported and banned, then Kabam will have a lot less players. Yes we do spent on gems to get all the best gears, I believe the top 3 season 1 winners resorted to all kind of tricks to win the tks besides gemming for tom.
        I guess kabam just don't care how you win or teaching children how to thrash talk just so they keep buying gems. the game is getting more like a social media with a bad attitude. I bet 99% in all worlds closed their cities cause only 3-4 players has godly knight and the rest are puny knight. Get all the gears and forged them and then no targets available. Look at the ongoing championship event. I dont think there is more than 5 players in each world are in the gem category. I'm one of them in my world and I know all the rest either spent for TOM or fix the TK events to get maximum trophies. It was fun to fix in the beginning but I left my alliance cause I don't agree to fixing to win. I would have left this game earlier but I needed to see how would I fare without fixing. Guess leaving the game is also an option as KABAM is not into introducing good moral values elements in the games and hopeless to reduce match fixing.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by DemonKingG24 View Post
          Kabam better start doing something or they will be milking money for a handful of people only. As it is a lot players has left and no noob will be playing this game if they know that the only way to win is to put tons of money.
          Thrash talking seems to be the most favorable methods to get hit or be hit. This game should be rated 21+ or MA. If thrash talkers were reported and banned, then Kabam will have a lot less players. Yes we do spent on gems to get all the best gears, I believe the top 3 season 1 winners resorted to all kind of tricks to win the tks besides gemming for tom.
          I guess kabam just don't care how you win or teaching children how to thrash talk just so they keep buying gems. the game is getting more like a social media with a bad attitude. I bet 99% in all worlds closed their cities cause only 3-4 players has godly knight and the rest are puny knight. Get all the gears and forged them and then no targets available. Look at the ongoing championship event. I dont think there is more than 5 players in each world are in the gem category. I'm one of them in my world and I know all the rest either spent for TOM or fix the TK events to get maximum trophies. It was fun to fix in the beginning but I left my alliance cause I don't agree to fixing to win. I would have left this game earlier but I needed to see how would I fare without fixing. Guess leaving the game is also an option as KABAM is not into introducing good moral values elements in the games and hopeless to reduce match fixing.
          Agree with all above. Moral values - the only values that seem to be learnt from the game are:

          Win at any cost and greed is good

          There are a few of us who still play for fun not use koc as a glorified social media app.

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          • #6
            I agree with u DK. The only way to get Tks is hitting blues or members of your Alliance. Kabam needs to revamp this game to make it fun again. A war game that has nothing to do with war.

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