I remember Darth saying that you were a good player and we should take you on, he was spot on with his assesment and I am glad you decided to join us as you made it fun in TBSI got a lot of memories in gamma... especially the ones when i am in the shadow guards with darth.. He is my best buddy and he helped me with my 3rd, 4th and 5th cities helping me to grow soon...
I also remember just before I joined TBS or knew anyone in it... I was asked to stop TBS expansion in 47.... I joined the very same alliance i was asked to stop at one point...
What you forget to mention is that you spied the same attack twice, and before you recalled your slingers you recalled your archers which I killed, leaving you defenceless (noob). Luckily I took pity on youFirst off is the fisrt time I was attacked with a conquest run from Cai Tzu. I had one city, a 4 or 5k one I think and Cai started attacking first thing in the morning. He was the first to attack me also as I had cleared my island as was farming it. I sent him a message proclaiming that I would farm him off the server if he continued with his attacks. Cai, just sent another couple of attacks. We exchanged quite a few messages over the next 5 to 8 hours with me trying my very best to wind him up and Cai just laughing back. One of the comments I remember saying to him was that I hoped he liked the smell of burning c/s and the sound of drowning horese. He landed his c/s, I recalled my troops and killed it.
my best moment was finding this post and then loling at klev on skypeJoining Royal Tigers on my first week of starting the game. I came from TW, where I played two years in the only alliance i joined since the begining and had 40 members at most, even till very late in the game.
I knew that alliances with more than 100 members don't work, but i thought: Hey, let's be open-minded. After all it's a different game and i was curious to see what it was like.
It was a "shocking" experience. More like being in an airport on Christmas eve and all flights were canceled pending further notice.
haha. it was a worthy insight.
I left after less than a week.