The battlefield is fluid, plans change, guilds construct and destroy buildings (such as traps and decoys, and including the strategy of placing palaces at the last minute). Information is key and the pop-up is irrelevent to the buildings button.
Have you seen anything introduced to Beta? Me either. Why shouldn't you be ignored? Nothing has changed since the last official announcement.Another week has passed and still no news on the fate of the "Heal All" button. Update 1.219 was released today. Four updates since Heal All arrived on browser and INNO can't bother to let us know what they intend to do. If you plan to do nothing show some backbone and simply tell the truth instead of ignoring us.
Why shouldn't players be ignored? Because it is rude. Of course, nothing has changed since the last announcement. That's the point of my message.Have you seen anything introduced to Beta? Me either. Why shouldn't you be ignored? Nothing has changed since the last official announcement.
Have you seen anything introduced to Beta? Me either. Why shouldn't you be ignored? Nothing has changed since the last official announcement.
Why shouldn't players be ignored? Because it is rude. Of course, nothing has changed since the last announcement. That's the point of my message.
Juber said:In terms of heal all, we are also investigating solutions there a well, but with Guild Battlegrounds performance taking priority, it is also not something we can give certainty currently on an immediate solution. However, it is on our agenda, and something we are investigating solutions towards.
It's not rude. In fact, you are the poster child of why you don't respond. Worst mistake @LeCron ever made was to give you a response during the Summer event. Now you think you're entitled every time you demand one?Why shouldn't players be ignored? Because it is rude. Of course, nothing has changed since the last announcement. That's the point of my message.
He knows that. We all know that. Which is my point.The community manager on beta said that heal all is on the radar but is prioritized behind fixing the gbg performance issues.
So you think Inno is lying and it won't be looked at? Good to know. @Pericles the Lion , there's your answer. Your chain is being yanked, there is no fix coming.Seems like a good idea to keep bumping the problem to make sure the devs know that players still would like the break all button issue to be looked at.
@RazorbackPirate what I don't understand is why you are defending INNO. I believe that you have already stated that the Heal All button does not impact your play so you really don't have a dog in this fight. If other players want to press INNO for answers how about you just let them instead of always having something to say about it? This is a feedback thread and you are interfering with the free exchange of feedback.
So you think Inno is lying and it won't be looked at?
We will provide you with an answer the moment we have one, so you can stop asking.
The 'ol keep pushing it down the road until players finally give up complaining, then everything is hunky dory development methodology!Yes. I believe that if players do not continue to bring up the issues, inno will assume that players have come to like the change. There are many changes where players did not like at first and ended up liking it down the line (new message center is the first thing that comes to mind as an example).
This specific change is different and will not grow on players even after they have learned to adapt (as most have). Furthermore, players can still very strongly want the change to be reverted and/or new solution to be implemented even if they have adapted.
Appreciate the reply on this. If Forge had some sort of "on the agenda" list (in Trello, for example) like many other games have, I would feel less need to keep bringing up the issue. This *is* important to a lot of players, and we do not want it to slip through the cracks.