You mean…. We only need 20% boost for our defences to have practical use? InterestingIn the grand old tradition of this forum, I'm here to complain about the 20% attack boost to the defending army that we got for completing the event--because I have little need for it. To make matters worse, it's messing up my PVP battles against defending armies consisting of eight artillery units. I used to have trouble with them--not that I would lose a battle against them but that they always managed to take out one of my units before I got to wipe them out. I tried all kinds of different combinations and finally came up with a perfect battle plan where one of my units would end up one or two hits from getting killed but get to go home to his wife and kids after all (I'm pretty sure his wife is the woman I see walking around the city in a brown dress and white apron). Then this morning it all changed and I started losing units against those artillery pieces again (trebuchets in this case), and I had no idea why until I noticed that very unhelpful boost at the event hub. I can't wait for that one to go away!
Considering that the poor guy, a crossbow man, has to stand there and take five or six direct hits in a row from the trebuchets, a 20% increase in the firepower of said trebuchets does make a huge difference as far as he (or his wife and kids) is concerned.You mean…. We only need 20% boost for our defences to have practical use? Interesting
Yeah, the "scary stories" for the toy quest lines are not very good. They're the same ones they use every year. Then again, I don't know how good they could possibly be. How do you make a truly interesting, gripping, scary story in only five short paragraphs?I thought it was a good event, but the story lines...were just alright. Bit repeated. And the prizes, I would have added maybe Dracula's Castle or Countess Bathory's castle to spice it up.
Yeah, the "scary stories" for the toy quest lines are not very good. They're the same ones they use every year. Then again, I don't know how good they could possibly be. How do you make a truly interesting, gripping, scary story in only five short paragraphs?