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Gray

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As you may have noticed, some alliances are growing so big its almost impossible to hold all of them in one alliance of 50, requiring multiple alliances. So I suggest that we use a resource bank (Taken from another post) for means of upgrading the alliance member limits,ranking within the guild and other things like a possible GUILD MAP. Which everyone can generate resources FOR, but not FROM, to defend the alliance hall, but it won't be live, it will possibly be controlled by the leader or high ranks, and to defend from other alliances who are attempting to raid for resources fuel, etc. Which can be one huge effort for the guild to contribute their resources and etc.

 

Tl;DR

More Alliance Member Spots, Ranks

One huge *** map which can hold our resources and needs to be defended by expending resources on barricades and etc. Which will be overpriced like a mofo. But rewards are worth it.


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Zingman

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Ranks are coming, be patient

 

As far as larger alliances I'd have to say.... no.

 

The game has always been about making choices.   You only have one passive gear slot.  You don't have enough defensive structures/room to protect everything.   You only have four book slots despite a myriad of choices.  etc. etc.

 

You need to prioritize in this game (which is good game design), and who you have (or don't have) in your alliance is part of that

 

To say nothing of larger alliances being allowed though "overpriced like a mofo" being the biggest "pay-2-win" invention since the deathmobile.


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#3
nosebagbear

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Indeed, being able to pay to increase a single alliance's size encourages it to be stocked with those who pay - generating an unbeatable (and separated) alliance

 

Better to allow several close ones, it encourages strong links and teamwork, and gives an additional aspect


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LPGD

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Better to allow several close ones, it encourages strong links and teamwork, and gives an additional aspect

Also, should those close alliances splinter off, we could have a full blown civil war on our hands...

 

...Leaving the other alliances to pick up the pieces. This means that one alliance will never dominate, because disagreements and power struggles between leaders, each claiming to be the "true" leader, will keep those close, large alliance groups in check. 


Edited by LPGD, 24 June 2013 - 06:51 AM.

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