Introduction to War Dragons Teams
What exactly is a team?
A team, clan, or guild, consists of 50 players who work closely together in the game. A team unlocks many new game features. In every league, above bronze, there are 25 teams. These teams compete in wars and weekly events to move up in leagues and earn better rewards.
When can I join a team?
At level 6 once you finish the game tutorial!
How does a team benefit me?
- Free daily egg tokens
- The ability to share resources
- The ability to have people follow you on attacks or defend your base
- Access to pvp events (every other week)
- Weekly team based event prizes
- The ability to war
- Access to atlas (for teams in higher leagues)
- A chat dedicated exclusively to your team
- A network of players who can share advice and tips
- And many more
How do I find a team?
First you need to decide what you’re looking for in a team. Ask yourself some questions:
- Do you want to play casually or competitively?
- Can you devote enough time or money to meeting team event minimums?
- Do I want to join a friend’s team?
- Where would I fall in the team? Would I be the biggest player? Smallest?
- Do I want a social team?
What is the most important thing I should look for in a team?
This will differ between different people, but my biggest thing is finding a team with good communication. I’ve always felt that when there’s good communication, everything else falls into place around it. I would be interested to hear your opinions in the comments section
What do teams look for in a player?
Many teams have a recommended level and tier requirement to join. They might say you need to be level 100 and have gold dragons. However, these requirements are rarely set in stone. Many teams would rather have an active and determined level 75 as opposed to an inactive level 140. Never be afraid to reach out to a team’s leadership about joining. Remember that the person who sends a well written letter inquiring about the team will almost always be favored over the person who simply says, “Send me an invite.”
How do I know when my team just isn’t working?
Now this is a sensitive topic, and there is no right or wrong answer, but I feel like it still needs to be addressed. I’ve been on teams I loved, teams I hated, and everywhere in between. The bottom line is when you’re in a team you’re not happy with, or one that makes it a chore to play, it’s time for a change whether that be expressing your concerns to leadership to work through them, or leaving the team.