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  • Bringing the game back

    Soo I've been thinking a bit and have come to the conclusion that the game needs an overall...
    I'm totally sick if gear, heroes, furries, skins and a million other things...
    The best way I believe to fix this is to either make a new game or world that is back the way the game used to be but with the better graphics and the event centre, and NO troop boxes what so ever!!!!!!!!
    I swear to god if this happens myself and a few 10s of thousands of other ppl will start again and play that world/game spending money on knights to get lvl 212, speed etc. ppl that haven't spent a cent in years will or haven't played in years will...
    It's a win win, the players get what they want and Kabam (you) get to feed your children .
    If your going to do this(0.00001%) or even read this(0.000000000000001% chance :/. ) pls consult players about what they want to stay and not...
    Sincerely Exetesc of 130 and formerly p7 when the game was fun.

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    You won't see a reply from a GM, even though they might read it, but I'll voice them - what is it about gear or heroes that makes you feel bad about the game?

    If you strip off this extra complexity, and leave it to just the lvl 212 knight (that seems to be the acceptable level of complexity for you), then everyone in the game will be on the same level. Every battle will look the same, and the only difference would be how many troops you can train in a day. Which isn't necessarily bad - I know many people like things simple (I certainly am not one of them). Problem is that there would be no incentive to spend money on the game. What good would that be to Kabam then?

    You could suggest fixed monthly payments, I sure would go for that, but most people wouldn't. Most all subscription-based games failed, because people don't like to pay bills, they will much rather spend on a whim. And the few who are ready to pay more, would not play the game, because they would not be winning any more. Sad fact.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by tempicek View Post
      You won't see a reply from a GM, even though they might read it, but I'll voice them - what is it about gear or heroes that makes you feel bad about the game?

      If you strip off this extra complexity, and leave it to just the lvl 212 knight (that seems to be the acceptable level of complexity for you), then everyone in the game will be on the same level. Every battle will look the same, and the only difference would be how many troops you can train in a day. Which isn't necessarily bad - I know many people like things simple (I certainly am not one of them). Problem is that there would be no incentive to spend money on the game. What good would that be to Kabam then?

      You could suggest fixed monthly payments, I sure would go for that, but most people wouldn't. Most all subscription-based games failed, because people don't like to pay bills, they will much rather spend on a whim. And the few who are ready to pay more, would not play the game, because they would not be winning any more. Sad fact.
      Personally the gear makes it unbalanced. Just when a non gemmer gets caught up new gear is brought out. The game was more fun with 212 knights or even 220 knights. Seeing players with 97 billion might is pathetic. Come on the game was designed for troops to be trained. It was a challenge to train and fight. Now it is a joke. A tourney of might comes out for say some merlins tokens and first place has 1.6 bil might. Makes players not want to try.

      As for subscription games. If they are run right and maintained they dont usually die for a long time. Just ask blizzard. Would also be nice if the game glitches were actually addressed. That is also what frustrates players.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by stuffinmuffin1 View Post
        Personally the gear makes it unbalanced. Just when a non gemmer gets caught up new gear is brought out. The game was more fun with 212 knights or even 220 knights.
        You're looking at the gear as the culprit, but I think you have to look deeper inside. Anything that Kabam adds to the game that is only be obtainable by money creates a strong edge to the gemmer. The real problem is that Kabam doesn't allow others catch fast enough, or ever (in certain aspects). They should be making gear sets that are 2 seasons old freely available (through campaign for example). As it is, the "you suck" prizes in TOMs is Divine, Wisdom, Celtic gear. Something just as bad as having the knight naked. In the merged worlds, there are way more active people than prizes, so chances are you never reach on an actual prize. THAT's the issue. The width of the gap between big spenders, spenders, and nonspenders. Gear adds more complexity and interest, it's just something where Kabam's strategy is materialized.

        Originally posted by stuffinmuffin1 View Post
        As for subscription games. If they are run right and maintained they dont usually die for a long time. Just ask blizzard.
        The PC MMO games aren't actually easily comparable to the mobile games, because the average customer is a completely different person. But since you brought that up, I'll argue it anyway - WoW is the exception in the world of subscription games, not the rule. Most anyone who tried that failed miserably, even big companies with big titles (think Star Wars from EA Games). That's why everyone is doing F2P.

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        • #5
          i dont have to agree making a new world. lol
          i spent over 2 years playing the game so i wont play again starting from scratch.

          i have to agree only for the balancing of the game between non gemmers and gemmers.
          kabam should make a way that non gemmers can compete vs gemmers.
          random stat for gears should stop.
          warnings for cialis: buy cialis

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          • #6
            I pretty much agree with everything Temp has said.............

            If you strip off this extra complexity, and leave it to just the lvl 212 knight (that seems to be the acceptable level of complexity for you), then everyone in the game will be on the same level. Every battle will look the same, and the only difference would be how many troops you can train in a day. [/I]

            .......The game reached this point in early to mid 2013, whilst the game was sill enjoyable it had become pretty stale. On the up side because the servers were so even a lot of folks stayed open.....so it was still fun.....Then Kabam introduced the Fury and it changed the game completely...everyone closed...but players spent crazy money trying to get hold of furies. This message board was full of players demanding it's withdrawal...but it stayed (the gap between gemmer and non gemmer really started to open)...Tourneys were increased and box might became the order of the day.

            In October 2013 Jesse Kabam joined as GM.....He announced that new and exiting features would soon be announced.....We got gear around Dec 2013 (the gap between G's and NG's widened further). March 2014 brought player appreciation month, the Calendar and the disastrous Leprechaun hunt (players scammed thousands of gems that Kabam did little to retrieve...it ripped some servers apart)...Many players left because of it...many others were left out of pocket by the glitched gem cheaters (the gap between G's and NG's widened further).

            The rest of 2014 brought us Heroes, ball rubbing, embedding and more dodgy gear than you can shake a stick at (the G to NG gap becomes a chasm). Couple to that a god awful map with god awful lag, a god awful campaign with god awful prizes and god awful Events with god awful prizes and prize tiers...............and....

            ..............We've arrived in 2015 with the game in a god awful mess!


            I don't believe the game/dev team have either the will or wit to get this game back under control and back to a state of meaningful competitiveness.

            But if the will was there..were would you start? That's an open question to anyone interested....all thoughts welcome.
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