The true measure of alliance ranking

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    Littlestrike

    I find Wartide’s measure of ranking based on activity level refreshing and a cut above the other multiplayer games where dominance on the ladder simply means bigger number or spending power. By using activity level as a measure, high ranking alliances will always have players who log in to find players playing alongside them (regardless of whether they are new, old, paying whales or non-paying whales). This is because activity is more important than $-conversion to power.

    There are games where I played where some players simply pumped over $10k in a day and become a formidable force, but proceed to be inactive and yet his base is still formidable. The top guild is filled with inactive or dead accounts of once-upon-a-time-rich accounts and no one wishes to remove these accounts because they have high power. The irony of a few players playing in top guilds filled with nobody... There are already tons of games with pvp ranking used as alliance rank. Please do not bring them to Wartide. Thanks.

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    llaann

    I dont have any issue with alliance rankings. If the pvp will be the only basis of alliance ranking.then we should remove siege.players has different preferences some pvp,other farming, and siege.this game has new features and lots of great idea and different from other games out there that why i really enjoying it. This game is similar to chess so many variations and many things need to consider. Im sure whoever did this game is a genius.

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    Apises

    I think the alliance ranking is pretty reasonable with Flaretide, forlegend, and Hero currently being top 3 and many new alliances catching up. It reflects the actual power IMO.

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    Apises

    Edit: Just checked. Hero is no longer top 3.. Glad to see more competitions :)

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    legendm

    Hope add reward for alliance ranking to give players and members more motivation to do pvp and the other activities. ...

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