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  • Faster Training Times-The Carnivol do Brasil event (Please make the speed permanent)

    Hi Nexon,

    I just wanted to say that I and others in our alliance are loving the faster training speeds, including airplanes, for the Carnaval do Brasil event.

    This would be a tremendous change if the training speed was made permanent.

    I have played for nearly two years and have multiple accounts. Like many in our alliance, trying to balance work/life and some fun gaming can be extremely difficult. We are not all teenagers and college kids ๐Ÿ˜ Many times we have to opt from war due to low national trade goods (ntg). Those dedicated to the game use all high level coalitions in war. We donโ€™t want to be weak for our team. Some accounts even end up no longer being used.

    The training speed helps with raiding and getting these precious ntg.

    Please seriously consider my comments. They are shared by many others.

    Have a great day!

  • #2
    Great idea. Come on Nexon! As an alliance leader, I fully support this post. The faster training time not only allows for all the benefits that are outlined above but also allows for more experimentation with troop mixes. Before this event it was easier to stay with your tried and tested mix of troops for raiding. Now it is great as you can experiment with different mixes in the knowledge that if you lose them all, itโ€™s not too long before you can train up again.

    This is would be a really positive move and hopefully one that the majority of players would support
    Join our successful alliance! @:War Zones:@

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    • #3
      Exactly. Same with tactics. Having to wait excessive time to retrain all of my stuff is ridiculous, this game is not Farmville and without the boosts it feels exactly like Farmville. For all the defensive upgrades made, there needs to be an offensive upgrade whether it comes in the form of actual unit damage or training speed, as it does here. I'll gladly take the training speed.
      โ˜†ํ™๋Œ€ํด๋Ÿฝโ˜†

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      • #4
        The topic of this hand is the desire that all users have.
        The idea that the time can be shortened and the balance can be taken is also useful.

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        • #5
          Sounds good to me, French might need some rebalancing though. The event with their ability and training blessing is pretty broken lol

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          • #6
            I like that
            "A new power is rising! Its victory...is at hand!"

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            • #7
              Just keep the train buff on Tactics and Planes.

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              • #8
                Highly agree with the request of the topic. That would be a great changea that could even lure the old players that has stopped playing that game due to the different circumstances.
                Love that.

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                • #9
                  I play french and it's awsome : event + french bonus + training blessing = mass oil looting !

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                  • #10
                    Definitely agree with you. This will be an excellent move and save us from long waiting hours in case we loose our Army. Specially training planes is a huge problem since it takes 2 hours for 4 planes to be trained once destroyed, its a big problem.

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                    • #11
                      At the very least keep the buff on tactics permanently. 5+ hours to retrain your tactics is ridiculous and far out of line compared to similar games. Even with a blessing, it's close to 2 hours, which is still way too long.

                      Planes could use some love too. My personal opinion is that the base plane training time be reduce by 10%, BUT add them to the training blessing.

                      Troop training could use a small permanent buff too. Maybe around 20%. But I think the better route is to adjust individual units like they did the mortar troop. 16 minutes for a howitzer is pretty long, and 40 minutes for a heavy tank is excessive as well.

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                      • #12
                        Our entire alliance (GoldenBears) 45-people, agree, that the buff to the troops and tactics (reduced training time) has increased activity and interest in the game. Please make it permanent.

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                        • #13
                          I would like to say that introduction of that event could either decrease or increase the amount of playing folks
                          Many folks that were not playing for a long time after introduction of it they revived and started playing again, at least I could say on behalf of the people in my alliance. After end of that magnificent event the number of players could be sugnificantly reduced due to increased training time again. As for me I am no longer interested playing it as far it is very hard to play after that. Cannot say the same for everyone
                          But if you implement the event speed training on the permanent basis I am pretty sure that will sugnificantly increase the amount of players in this game. And I am sure that I am not the one who should telly why is the increasing amount of players could positively influence on the game, especially in terms of internal transactions (crowns, armies etc.)
                          Last edited by Naimageg; 02-17-2018, 04:46 AM.

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                          • #14
                            Wait... Everyone agrees on this? Then surely it will not be done.

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                            • #15
                              the event might be them testing how faster airplane training times affect the game. maybe they can see that more people played (i'm guessing) and will adopt faster airplane training times as the new norm

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