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  • Grailwars alliance block

    It's getting frustrating. The weekend is the time a lot of players do have a bit more time to play. Friends and family are visited, games are shared.
    For weeks we have a grailwars in the weekend. That is no problem, sometimes its funny to play.
    The big problem that for 2 whole days nobody can enter or leave their alliances. If they do participate: OK, but a lot of players don't participate.

    I want to ask you kindly to try to limit the time of the block, preferable stop the block completely. I know a lot of players will support me in this matter.

    Thanks for reading, keep me posted!

  • #2
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    • #3

      I fully agree with this article! It's very frustrating not being able to join or add players during and even before and after these events.


      • #4
        I also fully agree with Cic on this.


        • #5
          Have to agree with's very annoying when you are trying to join a game or an alliance as a new player and you have to wait so long untill the event finishes.We understand you are busytrying to respond to all threads. But it would be awesome if you could find a solution for this.


          • #6
            Patience and Time
            If you've got it, they'll never see it coming.


            • #7
              Hi guys,

              I`m sure you very well understand why there is such a block before, during and after the Grail Wars session, so I`ll save you the explanation.
              Could you shed some light on why so much Alliance movement is necessary and important on your part (obviously for new players it`s understandable)?

              The reasons this is needed will help us find the balance between ensuring Grail Wars remains fair while still allowing players to perform crucial strategic plays.



              • #8
                Ganstack, could you add that block to allience tk and toms? To increase fairness.
                These days players are pushing kills and such to gain more trophies, as I am aware Kabam said it was illegal to cheat during these events and push yourself higher up in the ranking.


                • #9
                  Originally posted by Ganstack View Post
                  Hi guys,

                  I`m sure you very well understand why there is such a block before, during and after the Grail Wars session, so I`ll save you the explanation.
                  Could you shed some light on why so much Alliance movement is necessary and important on your part (obviously for new players it`s understandable)?

                  The reasons this is needed will help us find the balance between ensuring Grail Wars remains fair while still allowing players to perform crucial strategic plays.


                  Its depends on the alliance. We recently had a alliance merge, so this results in quite a lot of movement. Players are a bit more enthousiastlic, so they want to invite old friends who stopped playing.
                  Other alliances have slightly less movement. So it really depends.
                  The problem is the block started 24 hours before grailwars, and ended more then 24 hours after grailwars. This period is too long. Maybe only keep a block untill grailwars starts. (nobody can join grailwars afterwards -> so no problem I suppose)

                  The best solution is to add a waiting period: If someone joins an alliance, he can not join an alliance event (alliance tom, alliance kill event, grailwars) for several days. That would solve a lot of things. That would be the long time solution.


                  • #10
                    hi Ganstack,

                    I think u block it anymore is better Bcoz ppl drop from alli n get tk from our tean mate. It is cheat tk though. Yr current situation is ok bud. Ppl got mad bcoz of tk they cannot drop from alli and fight with their teammate to get tk. So they got mad now. Blick alliance anymore bud. Thx


                    • #11

                      thanks for the rapid feedback.
                      Yes, I understand TKs and other events get someone exploited by people changing alliances. It is something for which we`ve been trying to find a "simple" solution.

                      We`ll discuss this with our Devs and try to improve the situation.
                      I`ll get back to you once new information is available.




                      • #12
                        poeple dislike the 'block' because they couldnt take advantages from switching alliance, i actually like the block features? individual TK comps during the "block' prevent people trading TKs with members within the same alliance.


                        • #13
                          that is not true. Tiffyy. We don't trade kills with alli members. I can honestly say. (and yes, I know some alliances do have an habit in doing so)
                          And the block was for grailwars, not other (alli) events!!


                          • #14
                            They should insert a cooldown each time you leave the alliance the time to join/leaves takes longer and block remains.
                            So if you leave, it will have a cooldown just like a dove peace to use again. example first 7days, then 14 and so on each time you move.

                            But that doesnt take away the next step that alliances gonna trade tk with each other to help getting better prizes.
                            It happens even now anyway.


                            • #15
                              Hi guys,

                              solutions were discussed with devs.
                              Improvements are already being finalized, we`ll communicate specifics once we get closer to release date.


                              PS: I`ve reduced the Reward time for this weeks session to enable players to make alli changes on Sunday.