That's not entirely true. Most of our NAPs had people decide to backstab us or recruit enemies over and over. We gave them many chances to grow from the issue (sometimes up to 4 or 5 times) but they never learned. Even TDS decided to attack us and ignore the NAP after one of their players betrayed the NAP and told everyone that we asked him to. The GoW acquisition was a group of your members looking to rid themselves of some of the inactive or slow growing members of your tribe. I personally wanted that relationship to keep going but once all of the core membership moved over to us there was really no reason to continue with a NAP.TLI and MAC dominated from the beginning and most tribes mine included just let them hold naps that prevented growth and war us one by one. More people were concerned with getting their points high enough to join them rather then fight them read back on sone forum posts and this is obvious. It seemed like mac was preferable I always considered them the better of the 2. And yea several tribes seemed to have internal issues. I was one of the leaders of 7oW until my counterparts all went inactive and I merged with Gladiators to form GoW. At that point we had overtaken BAT for 3rd and should've joined them against the alliance but we didn't and I had to drop my activity drastically for a month. So did a couple other leaders/councilmen and before I knew it an active leader who was an old Khan member had gathered most of our top players and joined MAC. The excuse those loyal to me gave was that so many had already joined the leaving group by the time they were approached that it was futile to resist it. I tried to get the remainders to elect a new leader as I was partly responsible and felt guilty for abandoning my men but whoever got it didn't really make anything happen and the players splintered off some joining tli some BAT and even some formed a couple new tiny tribes. TLI and MAC then preceeded to mop up the remnants and that's the story of how the #3 tribe at the time basically gave up without a fight.
One reason is that we owned the core extremely quickly. Once that was locked down, all we had to do is have TLI dominate the north and MAC dominate the south. BAT was the only tribe that had good core leadership the entire way.What led this world to become so barren compared to some of the others? I think one factor was TLI & MAC becoming allies. Good for them, bad for the game overall. But I don't think that was the only other factor. A lot of tribes seemed to have serious internal issues. Any insights?
He just stopping playing and stopped checking Skype as well. I have no idea what happened. I ended up taking his starter province though.You guys did a nice job props to you. That was my first time leading and I felt it was a good learning experience. I'm confident in my ability to do it again if I ever do. I felt like 7oW did great until we formed GoW. Before we had about 50 members Gladiators had 50 and we were allies but once together we never dropped our low points people and even began recruiting quite a few we shouldn't have including many ex-khan.
And yea khan never really had a chance most of their base membership was trapped between us on the rim and you guys in the core. There was what you described about the first leader and then the 2nd khan leader DeathToNoobs fell to me and my squad personally and khan quickly crumbled after that. I'm just glad I see a few old friends still with you including Redrover at #1. What ever happened to coal buck I expected great things out of him.