Should a high school team even challenge a professional team? Even more so, using a mistake made by the rule book manufacturer (in this case, a glitch/unintented function, as admitted by two PG employee).
Another way to express it is the high school players ate their meal that was accidentally mixed with performance enhancing drugs. They might not be committing a ‘direct crime’, but for them to ignore it and use it, instead of confirming if it (the performance enhancing drugs) is legal, or even reporting it, they’re just as guilty, in my personal opinion.
In this case, two PG employee both have deemed that tactic as an unintended mechanic/glitch. For you to continually defend your use of it, I personally see it as being disgraceful. Again, you weren’t wrong for using it initially, but to use it even when official figures (pg employees) deemed it ‘wrong’, you’re wrong.
For future reference, perhaps PG should put the new teams in a separate area, let them grow, before mixing them with the beta teams (let the high school players train, mature before pitting them against professional players).
For zensation or whoever, I suggest you find an area away from a stronger/beta teams. Or even stay in a neutral area, build troops, level up your bases and dragons, then meet them (dread, Japanese, etc) head-on. Again, you can’t actually expect high schoolers to compete head to head with professionals. And you shouldn’t be. Not were you expected to. Again, in the future, high schoolers and professionals should be out in different groups. Just my thoughts, though.