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Ok I am new to this game and I am noticing that a lot of the good people are in clans.
I understand that clans offer protection by sharing defense. There is also an element of us vs them and dont mess with some one in my clan or I will mess with you.
What is good about not being in a clan? Does the game give you any bonuses?
Why would you not want someone in your clan if they just help defend you and there are no weaknesses. :confused:
If you build a man a fire he will be warm for a night. If you set a man on fire he will be warm the rest of his life.
Well, there are a lot of things that have changed since the new prom. When you are in a clan you can share a lot of resources: there is a clan treasury, allied defenses, rivalries, clan chats (not up and running yet), and clan forums.
The bonus of not being in a clan before the new prom was that there was a hit limit, you could only be attacked so many times (25). With the new prom this is not true, you can have someone declare war on your empire and attack you as many times as they want ( so I have heard anyways). So, really with this new prom there isn't very much use for going solo except to prove your worth to others without being helped.
As for the last question, some people want clan mates that believe in doing the same thing they do. RIP from the last prom just went for kills everyday. DDC in this prom just wants to attack everyone. Market from the last prom just wanted to be peaceful and do business deals (didn't work out). So it all depends on what people want.
well it can be viewed different ways.
i understand that clans, would make gaming easier.
though sometimes.. well most.. starting players might tend to rely on this.. buddy system..
i believe tha going solo for a while helps you build more understanding of the game, notice what affects what and so forth...
but this is just my take.
Originally Posted by Murekhalir
Actually I disagree. The buddy system is really helpful but as you learn to get along on your own the game becomes very easy with hit limits and no big wars.
In a clan and fighting at the top can get real tricky and can scramble most folks noggin real fast when running 3 to 4 players in sucsession against a master plan.