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immunity for some players?

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boomgr
17 May, 2016, 3:14 PM UTC

so i have the conclusion that players spending real money in this game are above the game rules?  they can insult you, they can bully you, they can have more than 1 acc in game but if you report them nothing happens? should the support or admins spend more than 4 days to find out what is goind on after you make a report? :)


thats not respectful for the whole community 
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Nuno Paiva
17 May, 2016, 8:16 PM UTC

Plarium has no special treatment for who spend more money, we are all treated with the same respect.

If you have ptoblems with bullys, my advice, seek help inside your coalition.


No one is indestructible, use your head...


best regards....


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boomgr
18 May, 2016, 12:46 PM UTC

Nuno Paiva said:


Plarium has no special treatment for who spend more money, we are all treated with the same respect.

If you have ptoblems with bullys, my advice, seek help inside your coalition.


No one is indestructible, use your head...






best regards....


 btw we are already at war with them.... 


 since no actions are made or penalties given to that player, we all know what kind of treatment is that, you cant admit it anyway because you are just a volunteer and maybe you earn some drachma as a bonus but thats all... 


i'll wait few more days to check if you are right 


best regards

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GeneralFR
18 May, 2016, 3:20 PM UTC

Archon, plarium does not has favorites.


If you are getting harassed by a player, the best solution is to block him from pming you.

If he is harassing your sieges and town then best option is to ask from your coal to help you. This is a war game, not Hello Kitty.

Spartans were warriors, not puppies.
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boomgr
19 May, 2016, 12:44 AM UTC

GeneralFR said:


Archon, plarium does not has favorites.


If you are getting harassed by a player, the best solution is to block him from pming you.

If he is harassing your sieges and town then best option is to ask from your coal to help you. This is a war game, not Hello Kitty.

Spartans were warriors, not puppies.

how do you know if they have favorites or not? are you part of their team? let me know how that comes! blocking is a solution after somebody insults you, but he has the chance to do it before you block him, should be a penalty for that but not necesary permament! I have enough brain to understand this is a war game but mostly is a "game" where you should respect other players, true warriors especially spartans always respected their opponent   



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Alyona Kolomiitseva
Community Manager
19 May, 2016, 8:04 AM UTC
boomgr said:


how do you know if they have favorites or not? are you part of their team? let me know how that comes! blocking is a solution after somebody insults you, but he has the chance to do it before you block him, should be a penalty for that but not necesary permament! I have enough brain to understand this is a war game but mostly is a "game" where you should respect other players, true warriors especially spartans always respected their opponent   



Greetings. I can confirm that we do not have any favorites. We never interfere in game situations. If someone is insulting you, the first thing you should do is to block him. Then you can report him to our Support Team. They review each case individually and take necessary measures. 
Plarium Community Manager. Please note that I will be unable to respond to your private messages, review your tickets, or check your account information. All technical issues should be directed to our Support Team at plrm.me/Support_Plarium
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ThatBloke
19 May, 2016, 1:15 PM UTC

When someone I don't know and I did nothing to (easy actually, since I never bully anyone, unless retaliating) is attacking me (usually bullying my emporia), I raid them, then I raid their hegemon, as he's reponsible for telling them not to attack people who are not ennemies, and if the message isn't clear enough, I go on raiding their polemarches, emporia, etc. until I get a reaction.


Some understand, others don't... However, the wise reaction for their leaders should be to enquire to the bully and blame him. When you can't fight a bully (usually hiding his troops because he has planned his crime), you can still apply pressure to his team mates. When they're unaware, you can do huge damage to them, and trust me, they'll move.


You can't imagine how a lone player who has nothing to lose can be a pain for them. They'd quickly rather kick your offender than going on standing your wrath.


So use a mix of dialogue, diplomay and retaliation. Don't care for insults, just despise him and attack his mates. He'll quickly swallow his insults. Even if he gets kicked and goes on, go on doing the same thing to his new coalition. He'll get tired of this sooner or later (and he'll probably insult you even more, but you can block him ^^ LOL).


Don't cower, show your teeth instead. Your nuisance capacity is higher than you imagine, especially if you get others pressure your bully for you.


Also always message his hegemon and explain him he's got nothing to earn allowing your bully to go on. Ask your hegemon or embassador to discuss with them. Problems like this are better fixed by diplomacy anyway, but striking back is also part of the diplomatic process.


Your coalition is also supposed to help. The best way is to ask your mates to pile up millions of defense in your city walls so your bully smashes his offense against them. He'll definitely insult you, but you'll feel how good it is ! ^^ LOL

Your losses should be extremely diluted and you'll benefit from 30% free revival, while 30% of your bully's troops will be lost forever. So even if he's a coiner and can revive the remaining 70%, trying again will make his army melt like snow in summer, and the most he'll insist, the faster he'll end up totally naked and harmless. :p


And finally, adopt a faultless behavior. Never attack anybody's city nor emporium unless he's a declared ennemy. Never hit any coalition pantheon nor capital unless they belong to declared ennemies. Never attack anybody unless he's an ennemy or you've agreed to fight. Ancient Greeks had honor and declared war instead of sneaking treacherously.

You have more chances to get positive attention from your bully's hegemon and coalition members if you have not attacked them for no reason before.

Because if the guy is bullying you back because you have attacked him first, and especially if you have killed his troops and made him lose his time and resources at an emporium, then YOU are the bully, and nobody will support you...


I pity the fool
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boomgr
19 May, 2016, 2:59 PM UTC

ThatBloke said:


When someone I don't know and I did nothing to (easy actually, since I never bully anyone, unless retaliating) is attacking me (usually bullying my emporia), I raid them, then I raid their hegemon, as he's reponsible for telling them not to attack people who are not ennemies, and if the message isn't clear enough, I go on raiding their polemarches, emporia, etc. until I get a reaction.


Some understand, others don't... However, the wise reaction for their leaders should be to enquire to the bully and blame him. When you can't fight a bully (usually hiding his troops because he has planned his crime), you can still apply pressure to his team mates. When they're unaware, you can do huge damage to them, and trust me, they'll move.


You can't imagine how a lone player who has nothing to lose can be a pain for them. They'd quickly rather kick your offender than going on standing your wrath.


So use a mix of dialogue, diplomay and retaliation. Don't care for insults, just despise him and attack his mates. He'll quickly swallow his insults. Even if he gets kicked and goes on, go on doing the same thing to his new coalition. He'll get tired of this sooner or later (and he'll probably insult you even more, but you can block him ^^ LOL).


Don't cower, show your teeth instead. Your nuisance capacity is higher than you imagine, especially if you get others pressure your bully for you.


Also always message his hegemon and explain him he's got nothing to earn allowing your bully to go on. Ask your hegemon or embassador to discuss with them. Problems like this are better fixed by diplomacy anyway, but striking back is also part of the diplomatic process.


Your coalition is also supposed to help. The best way is to ask your mates to pile up millions of defense in your city walls so your bully smashes his offense against them. He'll definitely insult you, but you'll feel how good it is ! ^^ LOL

Your losses should be extremely diluted and you'll benefit from 30% free revival, while 30% of your bully's troops will be lost forever. So even if he's a coiner and can revive the remaining 70%, trying again will make his army melt like snow in summer, and the most he'll insist, the faster he'll end up totally naked and harmless. :p


And finally, adopt a faultless behavior. Never attack anybody's city nor emporium unless he's a declared ennemy. Never hit any coalition pantheon nor capital unless they belong to declared ennemies. Never attack anybody unless he's an ennemy or you've agreed to fight. Ancient Greeks had honor and declared war instead of sneaking treacherously.

You have more chances to get positive attention from your bully's hegemon and coalition members if you have not attacked them for no reason before.

Because if the guy is bullying you back because you have attacked him first, and especially if you have killed his troops and made him lose his time and resources at an emporium, then YOU are the bully, and nobody will support you...


you are simply trying to change my topic subject and thats something i dont like, stick to the point of my first post or dont spam my topic pls  i didnt ask for advise on how to deal with other players, i have enought brain and i can use it in the best possible way for me to get over problems, all you said above as an advice have only 1 result = spend more euros in game it is still fine tho because is my choice if i'll bait it or not!




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ThatBloke
19 May, 2016, 4:35 PM UTC

OK, so you want to play that way ?


But your pseudo topic was a collection of false accusations and had nothing to do with reality.


If you prefer to hide your face and accuse the game instead of facing your opponent, then first of all, don't come crying about some conspiracy from Plarium, then don't tell you have enough brains.


Your premises were plain wrong in addition to being absurd, and you've been officially answered already, so why are you talking about sticking to the post ? It's over already, and you've been proved wrong.

So either you want solutions, or you just wanted to launch a controversy.

Your controversy has been answered, and since I started from the hypothesis you were honest and were really seeking for a solution (because I'm too straight - you can even call me naive if you like - to be even able to imagine how twisted some people can be), I told you what they could be.

Now if you weren't actually interested into an answer and only in the controversy and conspiracy theory, then my bad, sorry.


Finally, "your" topic isn't your private property. If you didn't want people to read and answer it, then you would have messaged someone in private or opened a ticket to the support center (which would probably have been the best move, regarding your conspiracy theory, actually).

But you chosed to write on a public forum, so, no, it's not "yours" but everybody's ; as far as I may know, no law forbids anybody to answer about a topic you've launched on a public space, and finally, I didn't spam, since I've answered only once.

So please, stop lying, respect other people, and if you don't want them to answer, then don't throw your questions to their faces and keep them private.

There has been a couple of other people thinking they own the forum in the past, and I'm always amazed about such a strange attitude. Sorry I can't get used to this, I get caught by surprise every time.


Anyway, since you've been answered by Alyona already and you just admitted it was the only subject you were interested in, then this topic is now closed.

Thank you.


I pity the fool
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