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how do you take over the coaliton you have joined when the leaders have quit the game

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User
14 August, 2016, 6:40 AM UTC
does any one know how to dot this.. the leader of my coalition has quit the game without assigning anyone control of coalition
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User
14 August, 2016, 11:49 AM UTC

Greetings Archon ,

Members has to vote whos gonna be the next leader. Afterward you have to come in touch with the support and make a report.

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User
15 August, 2016, 4:15 AM UTC
Prometheus said:

Greetings Archon ,

Members has to vote whos gonna be the next leader. Afterward you have to come in touch with the support and make a report.

I remember when we had to do that, and it was a PAIN! 150 members with only 25 active in chat at the time!
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15 August, 2016, 11:25 AM UTC
GC Alab Supreme said:

Prometheus said:

Greetings Archon ,

Members has to vote whos gonna be the next leader. Afterward you have to come in touch with the support and make a report.

I remember when we had to do that, and it was a PAIN! 150 members with only 25 active in chat at the time!
Yes, it can be a real pain...But you can vote during the day and make several screenshots.
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User
22 August, 2016, 5:24 PM UTC

wouldnt it be easier to start a new coal and just invite everyone from your old coal over?


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Community Manager
23 August, 2016, 9:19 AM UTC
regnaston said:

wouldnt it be easier to start a new coal and just invite everyone from your old coal over?


And lose all Achievements, territory, Influence points?  
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User
23 August, 2016, 9:31 PM UTC
Support don't bother responding so that doesn't work.
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User
24 August, 2016, 8:23 PM UTC

actually the solution is very simple; if hegemon is absent for 1 week, game automatically proposes to next in rank to become hegemon. if he refuses or no answer for 1 day, next in line receives proposal. like in millitary lol

Regards Mitko from Southern tribesman coalition
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User
24 August, 2016, 9:04 PM UTC
pom said:

actually the solution is very simple; if hegemon is absent for 1 week, game automatically proposes to next in rank to become hegemon. if he refuses or no answer for 1 day, next in line receives proposal. like in millitary lol

Regards Mitko from Southern tribesman coalition
But what if all the top ranking leaders have quit? And what if the best person suited to the role is at a higher level (and is doing all the work) but at a lower rank. Who would support a hegemon not suited to the role but is promoted by default?
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25 August, 2016, 9:11 AM UTC
By the way, we are currently considering the idea to give players an opportunity to change their Hegemon. 
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User
25 August, 2016, 1:19 PM UTC

lsolway74 said:


pom said:


actually the solution is very simple; if hegemon is absent for 1 week, game automatically proposes to next in rank to become hegemon. if he refuses or no answer for 1 day, next in line receives proposal. like in millitary lol

Regards Mitko from Southern tribesman coalition
But what if all the top ranking leaders have quit? And what if the best person suited to the role is at a higher level (and is doing all the work) but at a lower rank. Who would support a hegemon not suited to the role but is promoted by default?
its a war game, and thats how thing are in army, if general dyes, colonel steps in, etc. democracy doesnt fit in LOL
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26 August, 2016, 4:14 AM UTC
pom said:

actually the solution is very simple; if hegemon is absent for 1 week, game automatically proposes to next in rank to become hegemon. if he refuses or no answer for 1 day, next in line receives proposal. like in millitary lol

Regards Mitko from Southern tribesman coalition
would have to be longer than a week, most vacations are 14 days 
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