The wiki sucks and doesn't really help people learn the game.
That is correct. To noble someone you co-op with is called PUSHING it is in the rules, specifically for you- Rule #7. You can never use a co-op to benefit your own game. How is that any different than multi accounting? The players asked for clearer guidelines and that is what I did Sorry if this does not fit into your idea of fair co-op play. I would think the players would want the guides to co-op to be clear to avoid any potential rule breaking - but hey, thats just me.That is probably the most ignorant and useless idea/suggestion anyone, even a mod, could ever give to someone running a co-op. If a coop goes inactive, you're supposed NOT noble them? Oh, and make sure you drop your ability to coop them, so your tribe has to suicide troops into the inactive village. I'm sorry, but that is just plain stupid.
With the ability to coop, there are too many different variables to consider for "what is legal use". If it's in the game, you should be allowed to do it. If the devs can remove the ability to mint coins for a coop because they don't want it to be allowed in the game, they should then remove the ability to attack other players.
To be fair S.S were completely worthless in week 1 and 2, they were just a bunch of inactive players in the South. They started gaining strength just before they collapsed.On the S.S thing, how many of you COMPLAINED about our status with S.S as they offered nothing to us, we eventually dropped our relations with them, they imploded a bit later into LQ, and I personally never got any rememorable applications from ex S.S members.
Im curious on what you mean by tribal tactics?I loved being part of SS. As a novice player, I thought they were great at developing skills and encouraging teamwork. Their tribal forum was great with a place to ask questions and a few players who were willing to really expound on some tactics and features. I learned a lot of good there. And also hw much time the leadership role can take and how it apparently can drive you crazy. My first clue that there were problems was when some key lieutenants just went silent. One day they're active and giving commands and coaching, the next no response is possible. And since there's no IRL link to players, you spend days wondering what's up. I've decided it's really rude to just disappear. It wouldn't take much to just login and give a "so long" message, I'd even settle for a disgruntled "FU".
All in all, I learned a lot in SS.
My education in tribal tactics has mostly come from this forum. The weekly updates and follow up commentary have been a great insight into the game.
Well that was mean... but true.Im curious on what you mean by tribal tactics?
Mean? that was a legit questoin. as tribal tactics changed and wasnt 100% sure what he had picked up from these gourm convos lolWell that was mean... but true.
Unfortunately, S.S. was disbanded literally hours before The Healer and I were about to take control and give leadership/direction to the tribe members. We had done a practice mass op by getting everyone involved in spying WAR early on, just to get them into the habit of working as a team. It actually went fairly well. And then Rossaum went insane.