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I always give my comrades credit man . just saying

there are only so many colors to choose from .its very easy to change tribe colors . I do a lot of looking at 1 or 2 tribes at a time when I am studying the map you failed to mention that 2 were very close in red as wellNice color choice, weldon. It is a little confusing on differentiating between gpk and osk, making both osk appear larger, and gpk as already a member of osk.

edit : next week I will limit the one here to 5 tribes that should sway the war completely

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Ouch! Hahhathere are only so many colors to choose from .its very easy to change tribe colors . I do a lot of looking at 1 or 2 tribes at a time when I am studying the map you failed to mention that 2 were very close in red as well

edit : next week I will limit the one here to 5 tribes that should sway the war completely

I guess I get to find a nifty new profile pic

How would one know how much of a coin deficit one was in for nobles? Say currently at 10 coins, need 15 for next noble, but used 2 gwen nobles. Is there a formula to knowing how many coins till next noble?

The number of coins needed for your next noble is directly tied to the number of nobles you have made.

How would one know how much of a coin deficit one was in for nobles? Say currently at 10 coins, need 15 for next noble, but used 2 gwen nobles. Is there a formula to knowing how many coins till next noble?

The first noble is 1 coin (gaining the second village technically uses this noble), the second noble is 2, the third noble is 3. So for three nobles it's 6 coins total, but only one additional coin than the last one.

1+2+3+4+5+6+7 etc each increase equals 1 village

so 3 for 3rd 6 for 4th 10 for 5th 15 for 6th 21 for 7th 28 for 8th etcThe number of coins needed for your next noble is directly tied to the number of nobles you have made.

The first noble is 1 coin (gaining the second village technically uses this noble), the second noble is 2, the third noble is 3. So for three nobles it's 6 coins total, but only one additional coin than the last one.

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doing sequences and series right now...this is my safe space I dont want to see that here hahaFor those of you who are good at math:

n(n+1)/2

I am not one of the people who is actually good at math so I just rely on the JavaScript to get this right.

Summing from 1 to 100:

100(100+1) / 2

(50)(101) = 5050

Like, I straight up have no idea how or why any of that works. I just remembered Gauss being briefly mentioned in a Numberphile video and when I looked up "n+1 Gauss" it came up.

well technically the whole thing is divided by two, and its just usually you divide the 50 by the 2 in that equation since its an even number. Wouldn't be pretty to divide the 101 by two as it would be a fraction.

Summing from 1 to 100:

100(100+1) / 2

(50)(101) = 5050

Like, I straight up have no idea how or why any of that works. I just remembered Gauss being briefly mentioned in a Numberphile video and when I looked up "n+1 Gauss" it came up.

I was gonna ask you to explain it to me like I was stupid, but then as I was asking questions that more or less proved my mathematical illiteracy it clicked and I understand it now.well technically the whole thing is divided by two, and its just usually you divide the 50 by the 2 in that equation since its an even number. Wouldn't be pretty to divide the 101 by two as it would be a fraction.

I blame Kingslayer7 for this lol this tangent was clearly of his making

you still going to do this thread ?