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Perhaps a bug in Phylarch Challenge Event.

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6 November, 2016, 2:50 AM UTC
I participate in the Phylarch challenge many time before. I usually get top 30 positions with like 1k-2k points if i try hard and participates. I don't know how people get over 30k points even if they spend alot of drachmas. There must be a glitch that give people enormous amount of points. 
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6 November, 2016, 10:36 AM UTC
the glitch is called: pay to win
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6 November, 2016, 11:13 AM UTC
every bracket i checked, the top winner got like 1-2k points, which makes sense. The only weird bracket is mine, all the top 10 winners got 20k-30k points. Pay to win? sure.. 1 or 2 person maybe, but not all top 10 players(could be more but I only see top ten from the report). Top prize is like 1k drachmas, I don't think it worth it to invest 10k+ drachmas to compete for a chance to win 1k drachmas.
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6 November, 2016, 11:23 AM UTC
belive me more than 10 players do it like that (every tournament is the same), and i never said that it was worth.
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6 November, 2016, 4:56 PM UTC

Its easy to believe that players could score over 30k in phylarch challenge, you could score over 1k without any boost, so for players using drachma boost, then scoring over 30k is very much possible.  It is funny tho, that some people using drachma boost have drachma boycott on their cities.

The develpoment race is like that as well, lots of boosts used.
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6 November, 2016, 5:14 PM UTC
well if any of you are curious my level bracket top winner only got 976 points and he or she won 900 drachmas. I am rank 18 with 567 points. 
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7 November, 2016, 7:13 AM UTC

Points gotten from upgrading agreements in Skills-Ampitheather depends on lvl of agreement upgraded and points gotten from fight against gladiator are constant.

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