How to be a good Squad Member - Tutorial

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TKTB51
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Re: How to be a good Squad Member - Tutorial

Post#11 » Mon Jul 10, 2017 7:30 pm

and ... don't ever donate dewbacks, unless specifically requested.

and never for war defense, as they're functionally useless - when was the last time you saw turrets walking out of the forest to attack your base?


Whiskeyjack
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Re: How to be a good Squad Member - Tutorial

Post#12 » Sat Nov 04, 2017 12:48 pm

Great post for us newbs. I've only been playing for two weeks, and have already benefitted from being active with a squad (which I only joined a week ago).
One of the side benefits that I believe that I am experiencing, when I log in often to see who needs a troop donation, is that there are less opportunities to be attacked. If I am correct, and the mechanics of this game are similar to others, then you cannot be attacked when online.
For me, as I try to stay active, and attacking, I have found that I advance quicker, by NOT staying under protection after being attacked, so this tactic does offset that a little.
This may seem a bit dodgy, and unsportsmanlike to some, but when new, and desperately trying to save resourc s for an upgrade, or victory points for that cool objective crate, every little advantage you get, is helpful
This does not mean that I don't get attacked. I do. Still quite often (I'm probably getting hammered as I post this - lol), and yes, I lose most of those encounters, but that's the game, yes? I just think that getting plundered twice a day, is a whole lot better than five, or only one, but then waiting under protection for a day or more before I can play again.

Anywho, sorry for the ramble, and if any of this is missing a point somewhere, feel free to correct me. Just wanted to share a newb's perspective.

WJ


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