Hello, it’s me again!
Just a general question. I realize @PGJared touches on this in another post, but I’m bringing it up again.
A team disbanded, and for the life of me, I can’t think of another time when a team was able to disband, reform, and somehow retain all of their infrastructure despite being a newly formed team in bronze.
Setting aside the rather outrageous favoritism displayed by PG in allowing this team to retain their castles after exploiting a known loophole to take advantage of the game, I know that PG announced they would retain their access until the next evaluation of teams for eligibility blah blah.
But how exactly did they keep their infrastructure too? And not basic sets, but maxed sets. And what about guards? Does this bronze team now have an insane advantage against other similarly ranked teams by having 300m guards stored up that they shouldn’t have? Maxed infra that they shouldn’t have? And that team is offering merges to other teams in an attempt to sell that advantage to others that don’t have it?
Idk about you, but that doesn’t sound like an attempt to rebuild after some mishap. That sounds like blatant exploitation.
Is every team that disbands going to have this option now? Or is this just more favoritism for that team since they spent a lot of money?
It sets a really bad precedent for the game to allow a team that blatantly exploited a loophole to not only retain their access but also land, Infra, guards, or any other resources. I mean, I’ve lost infra due to putting two sets on due to lag, and never got my stuff back. But this team can completely disband and get everything back?
Just my thoughts. Does the community agree?