It would seem so. There is a precedent for this: the Elysian Fields world type (represented on this market by en45 Hyperborea) also has no endgame. (Elysian Field worlds do not allow players to take each others' cities at all, indicating that the target audience was roughly similar to that of the new Casual World type.)I did not the issue of endgame. Is this game going to go forever?
The opening time shouldn't be as important for this particular world. It's a whole new world type, and probably appeals to a rather different group of people than those En111 does (being a different conquest mechanism, not having the new endgame, etc). Also, this world doesn't have to kick off fast, as it's more of a training world than a serious competition world.why is this being opened so soon if 111 is pretty much a dead zone? I see no point in doing this unless someone can actually explain a logical theory to me about this. also it seems like grep is dying at a fast speed apparently too.