So I saw the recent discussion about Nockmar’s nerf and it was said that they monitor the win rates of dragons to see how it’s performing basically and I find that incredibly stupid. Not saying Nockmar’s perm freeze wasn’t an issue at all by the way. The problem I have is how pg decides who needs a buff and who needs a nerf by " data ". I do have a serious question that I know a lot of people are wondering about. How exactly do you monitor a dragon? Do you guys see the DP of bases? There are a TON of just straight-up shit bases. You’d be surprised how many awful 480+ bases there are that are so easily beaten. PLEASE stop monitoring dragons this way to determine a buff/nerf. I literally panic every time I win an attack now because the more I win the higher chance of my dragon to get nerfed. This should not be a feeling anyone should be getting at all especially when it comes to mythics. You are nerfing mythics on top of releasing underwhelming ones. As I mentioned before in the Nockmar thread PG seriously needs to be testing these dragons before releasing/fixing them. Use ACTUAL bases that are current meta even. Test against 0,1,2,3 defenders. Not damn archer, cannons, trech towers. There are tons of high-ranked players that are willing to test unreleased dragons creative faction members or not. Please use all the resources of the community to help make this game better. The lack of community involvement is just confusing and frustrating, I see so many great ideas when it comes to events, dragons, spells, even the little things that can make everyone happy and none of these awesome ideas are coming to life. A good way to start is to have someone from the pg team actively communicates through the forums and listens to us. I feel like we all just talk to ourselves or amoungst each other which shouldnt be a thing at all. Sorry if I got off topic, just had to say what I had to say.
PS. Do not bother requesting a change of mythics. I tried to get Aerow instead of Reyze and I got a flat out no so please choose mythics wisely.