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  • Finleyup1
    Back before the world ended (pre-fury and pre-skin), there was talk of having to hit strategically, mixing and matching troops to the target you are hitting. Heck, there's even descriptions underneath the troops that tell you which troops are best against which. But, just like those Avalons Marks and Arthur's Amulets I got sitting in my inventory, they're pretty much useless. I'm good with the idea of reducing furies. I don't know how I feel about people being able to win them by buying chests but it's all about gaining an advantage.

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  • postmanpothead
    We had a visit today from a kabam developer on pendragon16 and hopefully he will be back in the future; he has spoken to a few of us and has taken some ideas away from the experience and hopefully a channel will be setup for ideas about furies and ironskins.

    My personal opinion is the idea behind it was good but in retrospect they made the fury too powerful - reducing it to 50% bonus would probably equalise the defensive formula; I for one would stay open knowing it would take 100m furied to kill 100m defending and have the ironskins removed completely from the game - that way at worst you kill what you are in terms of might, there or thereabouts - some troop types and levels are still going to give the attacker more kills especially t1 vs t2, but this was true even before furies existed.

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  • 839159
    Guest started a topic Hengist10


    Yet another domain is slowly becoming a victim of the curse of the Fury/Skin. In over 4 years of playing KoC between Battle for the North and FB, I can't remember ever seeing a mass exodus like I've seen in the past weeks on Hengist10. These aren't noobs. These are vets who have been around from the beginning of the server. These are paying customers that are defecting to GoW and other non-Kabam apps.

    First, let's put blame where it belongs. Ever since implementing the Fury/Skin into the game, a move obviously aimed at equalizing the defensive advantage, no one opens anymore. I don't blame them. I saw a report the other day where 90k t3s and 11k archers took out 646k t1s and 63k t3s, all in one hit. Now, before I'm accused of whining, let's consider this: 2,376,044 might took out 4,096,000 might. Now, I do not know what level knight they had defending, but I do know a Fury was used and an Ironskin was not. Nevertheless, that ratio is ridiculous. So what is the alternative? Stay closed. I remember the days when a player would stay open all the time and it took 5-10 of us attacking strategically to zero them. To quote the grumpy old man from SNL, "that's the way that it was and WE LIKED IT!" Sure we pissed and moaned about the defensive advantage, but we still fought. Ah, nostalgia is wonderful.

    This brings me back to my point: the presumptive terminal wound inflicted on Hengist10. To be honest, I find myself wondering if Kabam is willing to sacrifice our beloved domain instead of rolling back the furies and skins. Oh, by the way, did I mention you pretty much got to buy chests to win these beauties (don't even mention Merlin, purveyor of 40k food and second city deeds)? Perhaps it is too much work for them to fix it. Perhaps it is impossible. Would they push those of us onto other servers instead of saving what we have invested so much time and, unfortunately, money to build up? Is that their way of pushing the proverbial reset button? There are good people here, willing to hold out to the bitter end. Perhaps one day, Kabam will open the door to the vault and find the remnant of us sitting in what is left of H10, white beards hanging to our ankles, scraps of clothing clinging to our skeleton-like frames, picking nits from each other's hair. Might be better just to brick it off and bury us with it. No, that would be too dramatic. History leans toward a pulling of the plug. Rest in Peace Order of Elements.

    In bringing my pontification to a close, consider this my rare plea to what has been an absolutely atrocious customer service department. I believe there's still time to save our domain. Rid us of this scourge of furies and skins you have brought down upon us like the gods of Olympus. If not, then confide in us that the time has come and a decision has to be made. Let us know there is nothing more you can do. Tell us how sorry you are for our loss. As cruel as this is, it is far worse to allow us to continue to carry the cup of false hope.