Point value for presidio takedown during a war

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Chesty_Puller
12 February, 2017, 9:32 PM UTC

Anyone know how many points are earned for taking down the opponents presidio?


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Crowbar
Moderator
12 February, 2017, 9:43 PM UTC

BHs rarely accept challenges and wars from my BH, but I think it was 2k for a level 2, 3k for a level 3, 5k for a level 4, and 10k for a level 5.

In my experience, defenders get more points during well defended Presidio takedowns (due to the sheer difference between the losses of 100+ people defending and at most 3 people attacking at the same time), so you can end up losing the challenge even if you take the Presidio down.
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Icy
Moderator
18 February, 2017, 11:48 AM UTC

In most instances in a challenge, war or in just regular pvp defenders get more points. You have to win the single battle by such a large number to get more points as the offender. Plus when in a challenge or war if only one BH has a presidio the one without has an edge for future attacks. 


This is off topic a bit, but AS AN EXAMPLE - If I wanted a presidio that JPW has and I don't have any presidios. If they foolishly accept the war I can use the challenge or war as a way to return after the events are complete to take down their presidio now that they're weaker. Or tip off an ally that this is a good time to take down their presidio. 


Oh and something you may not realize about a War, when a War request is accepted the limits on the number of times you can hit a specific presidio are lifted.
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Crowbar
Moderator
18 February, 2017, 12:20 PM UTC
Icy said:

In most instances in a challenge, war or in just regular pvp defenders get more points. You have to win the single battle by such a large number to get more points as the offender. Plus when in a challenge or war if only one BH has a presidio the one without has an edge for future attacks.

That makes no sense. If the def has advantage here, which we agree that it does, then the one without Presidio will attack, maybe win, maybe not, but the other guys will likely get more points (unless the attacker is overwhelmingly stronger... we agree on that too).
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Snowgoon
20 February, 2017, 10:17 PM UTC

Losing a Juggernaut will cost 42 points, but killing an enemy sub only gives 15 points

therefore, defenders get an advantage (which they deserve LOL)


Jugg = 1680 / 40 = 42 Power Points

Sub = 587.5 / 40 = 14.6875 Power Points



During normal PvP it is usually the attacker who has a huge advantage as there is almost no limit to army sizes

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Icy
Moderator
21 February, 2017, 10:05 AM UTC
I was always under the assumption pvp followed the same rules as challenges or wars. Personally I stay out of pvp tournaments since the loses don't equal what you win in rewards. At least with the prize tournys its more worth it, as long as you know how to take advantage of the lh
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