mkenobi wrote:TalonKarrde wrote:I am a bit new and I’m wondering what all this talk of cloned bases are. I thought it’s not possible to have more then one account on a device. Are you using a bunch of separate devices?
Yes, you can have more than one account on the same device if you know how, but in my case, I don’t use mobiles, I’m too old for this miniaturized technology and blind like a bat to see anything on such a tiny screen. I play on my PCs.
But I only need 1 PC to put all my accounts together - the 6 accounts I usually play, plus as many "clone" bases as I need. I call them "Clones" because they are mini bases created in sequence, similar, and all HQ 3, and that will be deleted as soon as they fulfill their purpose, which can be:
fill a squad and put it in Featured Lists
complete the 15 players for a squad war
scout squads for any reason
How I do? I use NOX, an Android Emulator for PCs with the MULTI-Emulators function, which allows me to create as many emulators as I want and open several bases at the same time.
This is great when I need to donate/receive troops between my bases, organize war attacks (I've played wars where 6 bases were mine) or move the entry/exit of clones from a squad.
TalonKarrde wrote:How would I open a new acount on the same device?
lukeskywalker wrote:I think a lot of requestors need to determine how they are going to keep their squads thriving, or it's going to be in the same place in 60-90 days. I see a lot of the squads that have asked for help, and have not survived even after the help. I think it's because the squad memberships are not being managed on a daily basis and there may be a lack of understanding on how the autofill and featured squads lists work. They don't have a specific plan on how many active players they need, when to cut bait on certain players, and how not to get below the autofill and featured squads thresholds. I would suggest having a plan in place, before refilling a squad. The refills will be mostly beginners. Level 2-4's that have no clue and will most likely stop playing within days of joining. Only a few get hooked on the game and continue. That's where the management of the squad comes into play. There's definitely a wash, rinse, and repeat process that you need to have in place. It will take months or a year of that, to get the squad to a healthy place. Then it gets a little easier, but you still need to manage it daily.
LORDPUMPSALOT wrote:FYI: PartyLikeVader squad is in DIRE need of good, strong members. There is only one member left in that very old squad. Their members used to be in the top 20 on all planets during conflicts..PMSROTFLMFAO!! Just in case anyone wants to throw them a rope you know??
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