Coalition Chat

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terrytapp27
28 May, 2016, 9:13 PM UTC

I would like to bring up the topic of chatting. When you join a coalition many members never even say hello let alone anything else in chat. Chatting and getting to know who your teammates are. is an integral part of this game. 

It keeps you in touch with your coalition and vital if your goals are to better the Coalitions ranking. 

Don't even bother joining if you are not going to socialize and get to know your teammates
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Alyona Kolomiitseva
Community Manager
30 May, 2016, 10:24 AM UTC
I totally agree. One of the reasons could be that some Coalitions use Facebook chats/Teamspeak, etc. However, it could discourage someone if he says hello to his new Coalition, and gets no answer at all...
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terrytapp27
27 June, 2016, 2:48 AM UTC

perfect example: my post, lol it has 63 views and only 1 response....


I know you lurkers are out there!  



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Drag-Theseus
Moderator
27 June, 2016, 10:40 AM UTC

Agree Archon,

OK I'm not lurking anymore haha. 
I'm just Time Lord....
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terrytapp27
27 June, 2016, 5:20 PM UTC
Drag said:

Agree Archon,

OK I'm not lurking anymore haha. 
GOOD LOL
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askdjlaksdasd
29 June, 2016, 5:33 AM UTC
Totally agree!
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Alyona Kolomiitseva
Community Manager
29 June, 2016, 3:09 PM UTC
Look, Terry! You've summoned some guys here 
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terrytapp27
29 June, 2016, 5:31 PM UTC

Alyona Kolomiitseva said:


Look, Terry! You've summoned some guys here 
Ha Ha because that is how I roll.... Oh Ya! 

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Rob May
30 June, 2016, 10:36 PM UTC
it depends, some people play this game casually, casually on social side of game, they might still raid and train a lot but chat rarely. others who play this game as solo game(usually retired people) are more on chat:)
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Acacius
31 July, 2016, 9:30 PM UTC
terrytapp27 said:

I would like to bring up the topic of chatting. When you join a coalition many members never even say hello let alone anything else in chat. Chatting and getting to know who your teammates are is an integral part of this game. 

It keeps you in touch with your coalition and vital if your goals are to better the Coalitions ranking. 

Don't even bother joining if you are not going to socialize and get to know your teammates
How do I speak to my coalition? I joined them but they have been absolutely useless to me as far as helping me with the game. My coalition sucks basically. How do I drop my current coalition and join one that actually plays the game?
Victorious or on your shield.
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Ahilej
1 August, 2016, 5:18 PM UTC
just join another coalition...
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terrytapp27
4 August, 2016, 1:21 PM UTC

Acacius said:


Don't even bother joining if you are not going to socialize and get to know your teammates

How do I speak to my coalition? I joined them but they have been absolutely useless to me as far as helping me with the game. My coalition sucks basically. How do I drop my current coalition and join one that actually plays the game?
Go to the icon on the right side of your screen when you are in game click on the Coalition icon (it is at the bottom of the other icons) Pull up your Coalition members tab look for your name and you will see a box if you scroll over it that will say "leave Coalition" click it and you will no longer be in that Coalition.
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Diomed
11 August, 2016, 12:03 PM UTC

Alyona Kolomiitseva said:


I totally agree. One of the reasons could be that some Coalitions use Facebook chats/Teamspeak, etc. However, it could discourage someone if he says hello to his new Coalition, and gets no answer at all...
Yes, I agree that this is a problem. Some coalitions have switched to other chat clients because they believe Plarium's open game chat is inherently insecure (you never know who's watching) and because other clients allow for a greater repertoire of information to be shared right on the chat screen (e.g., screenshots); but it's true that coalitions should use both, if only for basic meets and greets, in order to accommodate new players as well as those who are unable to download third-party applications. 
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Duke Nukem
26 August, 2016, 6:50 PM UTC

Well I have been using Slack.com.It's free and  It's great for  sharing screen shots and runs a lot smoother when typing as opposed to chatting in Plariums in chat box.  It's also easier to send direct messages privately to a member if issues arise. Plus you have the abilty to create as many channels as required. E.G # Training room #General chit chat  and you can have your main room for anything Sparta related. Plus there is a mobile app as well to keep up to date with notifications if somebody leaves a message in any of the rooms. 

You should try it out, you have nothing to lose. 
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Alyona Kolomiitseva
Community Manager
30 August, 2016, 9:09 AM UTC
Duke Nukem said:

Well I have been using Slack.com.It's free and  It's great for  sharing screen shots and runs a lot smoother when typing as opposed to chatting in Plariums in chat box.  It's also easier to send direct messages privately to a member if issues arise. Plus you have the abilty to create as many channels as required. E.G # Training room #General chit chat  and you can have your main room for anything Sparta related. Plus there is a mobile app as well to keep up to date with notifications if somebody leaves a message in any of the rooms. 

You should try it out, you have nothing to lose. 
You're right. Slack is a really good messenger. I also like it.
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wild_bill_hiccups
10 September, 2016, 4:27 PM UTC
Agreed. I've been in coalitions that offered zero benefits to their members, had no communication, and no leadership. I'm a member of a coalition that is the exact opposite. We have 13 sister coalitons and over 1100 members. My coalition has it's own "closed group" facebook page along with a members only facebook chat. We also have a facebook page where all 13 coalitions can communicate with each other for big issues like pan takeovers and large scale coordinated attacks. We have a leadership board that coordinates the overall direction of our team and the hege of each group relays information immediately to others so we can operate swiftly when needed. 
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terrytapp27
23 September, 2016, 6:22 PM UTC
wild_bill_hiccups said:

Agreed. I've been in coalitions that offered zero benefits to their members, had no communication, and no leadership. I'm a member of a coalition that is the exact opposite. We have 13 sister coalitons and over 1100 members. My coalition has it's own "closed group" facebook page along with a members only facebook chat. We also have a facebook page where all 13 coalitions can communicate with each other for big issues like pan takeovers and large scale coordinated attacks. We have a leadership board that coordinates the overall direction of our team and the hege of each group relays information immediately to others so we can operate swiftly when needed. 
Nice
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xchris2001
30 December, 2016, 6:24 AM UTC
Duke Nukem said:

Well I have been using Slack.com.It's free and  It's great for  sharing screen shots and runs a lot smoother when typing as opposed to chatting in Plariums in chat box.  It's also easier to send direct messages privately to a member if issues arise. Plus you have the abilty to create as many channels as required. E.G # Training room #General chit chat  and you can have your main room for anything Sparta related. Plus there is a mobile app as well to keep up to date with notifications if somebody leaves a message in any of the rooms. 

You should try it out, you have nothing to lose. 
Slack is awesome. 
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xchris2001
30 December, 2016, 6:29 AM UTC
I would like to add that an in game forum would help with communication. This game relies so much on communication that a forum for the coalition to use would help out a lot.  
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LordFrai
3 January, 2017, 5:28 AM UTC
 just passing by to up this page.. hi terry ^_^
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