what if, like a profanity filter, we make it so you cant use certain words like support help this will make it nearly impossible to request support
You cannot control what people say in external chats, though, so players who communicated outside of Grepolis would still be able to do so.what if, like a profanity filter, we make it so you cant use certain words like support help this will make it nearly impossible to request support
yeah, most people with Heroic tactition would be a able to do that pretty quickly, but what about just cancelling out messages in-game altogether and give a reward to the player that is #1 in the world and #1 in each ocean that is so large that nobody would want to share it. That would get tons of players in and using gold just to grab that prize. The world could last for like six months and whoever is in 1st place wins.
This would also create way more wars, because you cannot get to be #1 in the world if you don't conquer. I like the idea with some of these changes and would definitely vote for it.
In my suggestion, settings would be the same as any other world, so there is no reason why anyone would be 'wiped out' any faster than they would be on a regular world. Anyone could play it, but only the best would be good enough to win the prizes.i suppose but if there is someone who has just started the game that day they re going to be easly wiped out, what abour reduced protection so you can get into it quicker???
i like the idea actually i LOVE it! but i dislike the requirements due to rl conditions i've always just missed 10 cities the max i got was 7 or 8 before having to quit last year. but i love to fight also because the hero worlds honestly aren't as fun because of lack of competition because of lack of players i think reqs are a horrible idea
Assuming that was directed at me; What I want is irrelevant. For a matter such as world entry requirements, it would be entirely at the developers discretion. I have, on various occasions and in various threads, given my opinions as to why entry requirements are both a good and a bad thing - such a decision is not mine to make, however, so for me to form a strong opinion either way is a waste of my time.thought you didnt want requirements...