RedCDR wrote:Hoops8 wrote:Not that I am complaining (because attacking up is the rebel way of life) but I just checked and found that our main squad has had a lower base score for the top 15 players, than the top 15 players 18 out of our last 20 wars.
Most were not even close. The two that we had a base score advantage on were only by about 1000, while the average was attacking up around 5000 - 10,000 additional base score.
Just numbers again not whining, has been the way with my rebel base since the beginning why expect something else?
don't pull that bias matchmaking rebel crap, war matchmaking just has really loose matchmaking tied presumably by adjusted base score. This means mismatches can happen frequently the only way to make it less likely you will match stronger opponent is to have a war list full of level 10s. If anything rebels have a slight advantage in war as they get match faster they can practically choose the war start time which can be a big advantage . An imp vs rebel difference is seen in the squads of war statistics.
HAHA like I said, Not complaining. Not saying it's bias. Just stating facts, and my squad's experience. Perhaps it is dues to our status as a fairly middle of the road squads (8's 9's and 10's are evenly spread).
The matchmaking is supposed to be tied only to base score only, so we are an anomaly I suppose.