This subject is never going to be over until the issue is resolved one way or another.
I know everyone’s tired of hearing about it and talking about it. Those that don’t skip feel cheated, those that do skip feel that its strategy.
Regardless of what it is, we all agree it’s playing the system. But what if we took playing the system out of the equation. Still make skipping a viable option because sometimes there may be a legit reason to do so. But what if those that participate in more wars were rewarded? Bonus crowns at the end of the season for participation could be a solution to this issue. Skipping wars would have more of a risk. By giving bonus crowns for participating in more wars would give every guild more incentive to play every war. Let’s say a guild only skips one war, at the end of the season they could receive 50 bonus crowns. And if a guild played every war of the season and were rewarded 75 bonus crowns… It could give guilds more of a chance to recover while making skipping riskier but still an option.
Instead of just a normal thread, let’s see how many want to comment to possibly have something done about it, since nothing ever gets done about it