Here is a list of things I would love to see updated in Atlas.
- If someone attacks a team member in atlas a defence banner spawns to defend the team member. Nice!
But as a player we don’t know if one of our castles is under attack, if it was just an NML swap or if it was our team mate sniping. (Unless of course they write it in the chat )
It would be handy if the banner had additional detail. I.e if it is an attack at a castle we own it should also include the castles name.
It just isn’t very practical to scroll through 26 or so castles prior to the battle report being issued.
- Atlas map is a strategic view of the world yet all I can really get off it is the castles I own and the castles my 5ta own.
99% of the map is a mystery. Would be nice if we could tag castles as “friend” , “enemy” , “no hit” or “neutral”
And then have a way for players on a team to quickly cycle through castles in each category.
- Beasts - once their time counter ticks down to 10 minutes can they be greyed out and impossible to attack?
A few times a week I forget to look at the timer, kill a beast and get nothing because it despawned. Super annoying!!
Increase the gold transfer limit to other players. It should scale like wood and food. It makes no sense that it is so small especially since I can send millions to the team bank and the player can draw down on the bank. Bigger player to player transfers eliminates wasted time.
Introduce gold storage protection like wood and food. It is super annoying that someone can basically raid you to zero in a few hits. 20% of max gold holding would be fine.
If a prim is currently under attack can it goto a red colour? Nothing worse than attacking a prim only to get nothing because a 5ta ally killed them a few seconds earlier.
Could the map be broken up into “instances” to improve performance? During large attacks everything grinds to a halt. Many games instance off high traffic events on specialized servers to process actions before reporting back and reconciling those results with the server.
Ill add others as I think of them.