I said something in another thread and many reacted. I’ll post it back here and I’d like to discuss it.
It would be great if PG would not permit high level players in low level leagues. If those high levels players want to start a team, they should start from scratch - literally. With a new account and such, and when they reach Platinum they could be able to join their main account to the newly formed team. That will stop the abusement that happens now in the low level leagues, where little guys work for high level guys. Not fun at all.
I’ll now explain myself:
- in all war games I was in, there is a ‘noob zone’ where high level players are not allowed to enter and attack.
- in a game like War Dragons which is based on teams of 50 people, I think it is important for the new ones to be encouraged to grow and have fun to play, not to be bullied by others only because they can.
Something about myself:
- I start this game about a year and a half ago and since the beginning, with only 2 weeks of “newbie” in another team, I was member of the same team I am in right now. I started as a trooper and now I am officer. During this time I have seen people of every colors in this game. We had at a time two 200 levels who didn’t stay long - we kicked them out. Why ? Because they didn’t fit. All the wood had to go to them and then the asking for more power and so on. Well, we didn’t want to put aside our team only to have 2 high level players. So, they were gone in less than a week. At the time a level 80 was our higher player who was having an expert Amarok to kill the bases. I had the second one three or four month after I joined the team - yes, I spend some good money in this game. At the time there were not high level players in the gold, bronze leagues. And that was great because everyone was comparable and not many bullies around. And everyone was happy to attack in wars, eager to grow and develop, eager to get higher leagues to get better rewards.
What happens now, I think it is counterproductive to the new players. Thus, so many topics about what’s fair and what not.