Ummm HandyMan, ViciousKoala is a member of Junk. Of course he wants us to fight, of course he is going to agree that killing everyone else in K64 is the best way to become strong. A close war between two tribes that are about equally powerful is what Junk wants. If he could convince you it was a good idea he would tell you to go to war with Resist lol.
In my experience roughly 4-5% of players leave every week due to real life reasons. Especially players that have been playing the game a month or less. Like 90% of these are only semi-active players. That means in like 3 months all the players from both of our tribes will fit in a single tribe with room to spare. That is why you noble internally, not cause someone isn't active right now. If you can't get them to become active then eventually they will quit the game and then you noble their villages, meanwhile you can save the noble usually get some support and they keep on growing the village for you. If you decide to noble them before they quit then you have to defeat their troops, meaning you waste troops that you could have used doing something else.
Of course I messaged your players. I'm not desperate. I believe in using every advantage I can get. As this war drags on they will remember that message. As they lose their armies they will realize I was right that this war isn't good for their growth or their tribes growth. I was hoping they had a bit more experience and would realize that now, but they don't.
A lot of them have questioned my claim that many of our players have a 3:1 troop to point ratio. Even you question that. Take a look at my achievements, do you think I could get the top plunderer yesterday if I didn't have a ton of troops? I bring in over 500k resources a day, where do you think I have spent those resources? It certainly isn't on my villages or I would have way more points.
You want to know why I have so many troops? I'm not turtling, I'm growing. I have three villages in less than two weeks. And I have a ton of troops, by the end of the weekend I was hoping to have five villages and even more troops. Does that sound like by building troops I'm slowing down my growth? Any experienced player will tell you that troops are the key to growth in this game and to winning wars. Points are worth almost nothing.
Look at our players. Many of them are growing faster than the current top players in K64 did. Do you think that is a coincidence? It's not I taught them how to grow and that is by using troops not resource mines, even on a speed 2 world.
So my question is why do you want to destroy the talented players in K64 just as they are starting to show how talented they are? I'm not saying you should "hug" every tribe in K64, but you should prefer to keep the ones alive that could help you fight Junk in a month or two. As far as I can tell that is Fplat, Resist, Last, NfernO and Came4u. Those are all tribes with powerful and/or new and experienced players. Do you think we would stab you in the back against Junk? No way, you are between us and them, and if you guys lose there is nothing between them and nobling us, if anything we would be helping you guys at least by sending support.
I can understand taking out inactive tribes and there are a number of them in K64. I can't understand trying to take out active tribes near your size when one tribe in the world controls so much and is getting closer every day to winning the game.
Also from what I have heard you did have a part in damaging Fplat. Or did you not delete their forums like I was told? And the pursuit of ODA is just stupid. You think we are weak cause we don't have ODA. We don't have ODA because it's a useless statistic when a tribe isn't in a war. All it means is that you attacked a bunch of stuff and killed enemy troops, why would you do that if you don't have any enemies?
Anyway we aren't scared of you. We just regret that you have underestimated us, and that is going to lead to you losing an arm and both legs trying to take us down, if not losing everything. Especially once your growth slows down and other tribes start to notice that you are weaker in comparison.