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Biggest loss on UE

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  • Biggest loss on UE

    I have been lurking on the forums for a while now but this is my first post so hello all! I have experienced my first tangible loss of the game today. I have been a member of voodoo-2 for about 6 months now. We lost a lot of actives in that time and I was thrust into the unlikely position as a stand-in leader. To think my second empire ever and I was calling wars and doing well at it. The rest of the guys had been there since the beginning some went to Unusual suspects (I tried it but was a meat shield and got very little ccs) others retuned to voodoo posse. I started off knowing nothing going rouge, taking packs, hitting the wrong building and being a horrible team player.

    Later through much drama I came to see I was in the wrong. We went strong fought hard and became more than just a feeder empire. However we suffered the same fate as many empires now do. Recruiting dried up no one wanted to merge ect. I fought so hard and stressed in real life about how to make it all better but it wasn't happening.

    Today it is with a heavy heart I leave my team members behind and start off on a new venture with stormchasers. They offered all my active members a spot but they many have loyalties to the aforementioned empires.

    This is my tale of how a game effected me on many levels. I know that I may never reach LVL 1000 or be in the top 10 empires but I will grind on to my ultimate goal as a gamer to have fun and play my best.
    Last edited by film; 06-27-2014, 05:17 PM.

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    Re: Biggest loss on UE

    It does happen to empires, but I will tell you this from experience, it is MUCH more fun playing with an active group of people and a chatty and social one too. Ask them if they have a Line group chat, many do. Line is a FREE app that you can download on your iPhone OR Android. I have it on my Android and most conversations occurs there. Officers also tend to have a private room too.

    It is sad when you do it, but in the long run you will be happier. I have switched 2 times in 18 months, 1st time, the empire dried up, 2nd loss of actives. On my alt, 1st one kicked me for missing 1 war (they were really mad that I was an LSI build now almost 1000) they went from Top 50, to Top 500. 2nd one, merged to another empire, top 50 wasn't enough. I stuck around for a couple of months to see what would happen, some came back and left again. They are a top 300 empire with Top 50 upgrades.