Corfuman has pretty much already summed up my own thoughts on the subject. So I'll just quote him and say I 100% agree. TREX's strategy sounds as fun as watching paint dry. It seems rather mindless and requires a great deal of very monotonous clicking. Furthermore I don't see the point in bragging about abp when you're not conquering any cities. Nevertheless I suppose as long as there's a list, there will always be some people who will not only obsess over climbing to the top of it, but think that it somehow makes them special.IceNhell
Please understand the above statement from Digi, whilst everyone in this game has managed to achieve cheap BP at one time or another, the real players get involved in the real battles.
Real players have an objective which usually gives some satisfaction from there CONQUESTS in the game, Digi may be my enemy within the game. However I have to respect his dedication, and skill at how he plays it.
Over the year that we have played this particular server I could say this about many players from different alliances and encompass all the different permutations that have occurred along the way. From this good, bad or indifferent playing style or strategy I can understand the reasoning behind this.
To be honest, I am at a loss to understand what any of you in TREX get out of the game on a personal level. Everything you do has no real significance to the outcome of the game play.
The strategy of many small attacks holds a small amount of benefit to warring alliances with a in game purpose, but TREX you are not a threat to anyone at all.
But hey I do applaud your application and dedication to watching paint dry or watching a kettle boil, sorry its the closest analogy I can get to your game playing style.