Your opinions are all wrong. There, I said it! All the big events like this are essentially the same, There is no substantial difference between this event and Easter except a different coat of paint on the whole thing. Unless you can name something specific instead of just needless foaming at the mouth?Once again the creative geniuses at INNO come up with a totally useless list of "prizes" and the same old boring and repetitive quests which are't really quests but tasks. How many players beyond the iron age has the space to waste on the entire set. Additionally No matter how many thousands of times people have asked the wizards of smart to provide better visibility on items such as cherry trees u still can't find the darn things easily. Last years Easter event was much better! If it ain't broke don't fix it INNO.
Well done Inno, the idea of having sets as reward for events is good and I like it.Here it is! A new event with tons of new items! So we'd love to hear your thoughts and suggestions.
Your Forge of Empires Team
The trees are pink ... they're cherry blossoms.So I was expecting that white(?) trees would be a lot easier to see but they are the same color as the rocks so when they are placed next to rocks (which seems often) I will miss them if I'm not very careful.
How about next event we collect flashing neon blue arrows?
Um,quests which are't really quests but tasks
A quest serves as a plot device in mythology and fiction: a difficult journey towards a goal, often symbolic or allegorical. Tales of quests figure prominently in the folklore of every nation and ethnic culture. In literature, the object of a quest requires great exertion on the part of the hero, who must overcome many obstacles, typically including much travel.
Never complete any tech item that dead ends and then use them to complete these tech quests. I just went back and completed one of the industrial age ones and will do so again when it pops up yet again in the second round of bonus quests in the event."Research a Technology"
And with that annoying quest from InnoGames, my event ends on the first day.
You clowns wouldn't need to create cornucopian fantasy ages like "Arctic Future" or "Oceanic Future" if you would only stop pressuring players to advance on the Tech Tree.