Tell us what you have learned from Sparta for a chance to win 10,000 Drachmas

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Administrator
6 October, 2017, 11:52 AM UTC

We're looking for contributors to Plarium.com. The topic: What have you learned from Sparta?


The author of the best post will get 10,000 Drachmas. ✍️✍️✍️ Even if you don't win, you still have the chance to be interviewed for Plarium.com.


Leave a comment if you have an experience to share.


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7 October, 2017, 10:41 PM UTC

i've learned alot from sparta.


never trust anyone is one thing


and the biggest thing is that i learned is that in sparta there are many different cultures, and its a pleasure to talk to everyone and get to know them and learn their different cultures. 

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8 October, 2017, 8:11 PM UTC
I've learned that persistence is key if you want to succeed. Doesn't matter if you're building city, an army or fighting off a bully. Above all you gotta enjoy the process, without that no amount of patience or persistance will help you.

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Ike
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11 October, 2017, 10:50 AM UTC

I've learned a lot of colloquial online French, and make quite a few francophone friends. I'm a Yank, but love the French language, so I joined a French coalition, which has a mandatory francophone rule. Delightful! (c-a-d, délicieux!).

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11 October, 2017, 1:43 PM UTC

I was a person who always wanted to win I could not tolerate even a single drawback a couple of days into the game I had sent out a raid consisting of my entire offensive troop it had just returned when out of nowhere a enemy raid came and decimated my entire troops( ya I know i can see enemy raid approaching on the screen but I think he had used hidden map and I was not able to get my troops into the arcopolis fast enough)

I went crazy but had no other option but slowly rebuilt my army from scratch.

This happened again a couple of more times just as I built up a decent troops it get slaughtered.

I slowly realised that a defeat is not the end of the world and that this theory is also applicable in real life.

The next lesson I learnt from this virtual world was the culture of various other countries it is extremely eye opening experience.

I am a relatively new player and I have already learnt a lot I hope everyone else also have an equally great experiance.  
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28 January, 2018, 6:19 PM UTC

i learned that  it takes more then 4 months   for you guys to decide to whom award some prize  you guys promise  for something :) 


Maybe you guys were  waiting that my ban expired :) 
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31 January, 2018, 12:52 PM UTC
teamwork is basic.
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31 January, 2018, 10:36 PM UTC
Death Inc.
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1 February, 2018, 4:41 AM UTC

I have learned that patience in sparta is rewarded 

... growing takes time 

... rash decisions can set you back

... eventually wheel of fortune will give you what you need at a drachma discount

... you need to wait for palarium sales offers to come back down in price after you spend (they do like to punish you for spending money) - impulse shopping is a very very bad idea

... being patient and hording drachma for a sale or event to reduce cost of items will allow you to grow bigger faster than buying things like upgrade sketches or troop revivals at full price.

... game upgrades, fixes, and customer support will give you a migrane if you do not have a lot of patience.  watch the other game platforms like facebook to see what is in the works - and prepare for it


- take your time and save universal boosts for important things - like placing in development races, speeding the return of large offense armies and making sure they are in your city before you log out, things of this importance.

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1 February, 2018, 11:12 PM UTC

Hi !

I learn patience and perseverance. Indeed as i am not pay to win i had to play 2 years to start having a army to defend myself and endure routine and repetition of farming.

 Then i learn thinking and strategic planning in order to planify the attack with players following schedules time of our enemies..


.As a diplomat i learn leadership and socialisation, by sending message every day, talking with peoples on discord, solving their game problem.


I also made draft to find a good way to win at persian so i start being more logical. I also get some ideas for masterpeace with the brush class you made on entertainement.

In my job i developed the ability to influence and persuade people through leadership rather than trying to order them around thanks to Sparta, i learn to improvise and solve problems quickly. It also inspire me entrepreneurship and the desire to have my own business, working and talking with foreigners.





Arabella
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PMC
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2 February, 2018, 4:25 AM UTC



people are silly      
PMC-hahahahahah
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2 February, 2018, 7:22 PM UTC
For my part, i am agree with Arabella's anwer. The game teach me more or less the same thing
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4 February, 2018, 1:35 PM UTC

Many things but patience is the number 1.

PS: Knowing is different from learning.
"Those who seek to die will live, and those who seek to live will die."
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10 February, 2018, 6:53 PM UTC

when i first tried to play this game , i never knew how to play and what is important and what is not , just like everyone else , 

but what kept me in this game , is the people and the friends i have made , who not only make you smile but who also team up with you against your opponents , 

as time passed and i kept learning more playing this game , i learnt that without a team you cannot reach where you want to reach , its very important to make friends and to have buddies who will have your back and you have theirs when needed , so one thing is that teamwork is important , 

another thing i learnt is that money isnt important , you can win against a heavy coiner , he may win the battle , but thats not his victory , i see my victory in a way most dont , for me if my enemy loses more than i i do , i have won the battle , if he has to use alot of drachmas to revive , to buy assasins for me , try to raid my city and lose half his offence , where i may have my team send in defence , a little but from everyone is a huge defence , then my enemy has lost way more than i have , and that is victory , 

another thing is , before any battle , strategy is the most important , if you have no strategy , no plan , you will lose way more or all of it , with strategy , planning and proper timing , you can minimise your losses , 

and last but not least , patience... 

have a good day!


The Punisher
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