hamlets attack bug

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baraba
14 March, 2016, 10:53 AM UTC

When I send an attack on the hamlet instead of hitting it my units just appear in my castle 3 times in a row now.


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Juglar del Viento
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14 March, 2016, 11:18 AM UTC

Lady Baraba

yes, you are right is an known bug and the devs are aware and working on it

it happens sendind attack option and when arrive the hamlet is empty

Regards
Resistance Is Futile
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baraba
14 March, 2016, 6:21 PM UTC
Thanks
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rooskin
18 March, 2016, 3:23 AM UTC
Juglar del Viento said:

Lady Baraba

yes, you are right is an known bug and the devs are aware and working on it

it happens sendind attack option and when arrive the hamlet is empty

Regards
What is being done about this? It's happened to me 3/4 times tonight. I used a couple boosts on some of the attacks. Are players going to be compensated?
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Juglar del Viento
Moderator
18 March, 2016, 9:08 AM UTC

rooskin said:


What is being done about this? It's happened to me 3/4 times tonight. I used a couple boosts on some of the attacks. Are players going to be compensated?

Lord Rooskin

what about if the bug werent there and u used ur boosters and when arrive were empty???

the bug only affects in that u dont receive a report and ur troops return automaticly to ur catacombs.

take care that if the hamlet is empty the booster are wasted with and without the bug. its your choice use them or not.

Regards

Resistance Is Futile
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rooskin
18 March, 2016, 1:49 PM UTC

It sounds like I was just blamed for using a bugged feature of the game because the bug is vague enough in action to be unable to tell whether it was the bur or if it was empty. Take care of the game issue and I'll happily accept responsibility for empty hamlets. 

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Juglar del Viento
Moderator
18 March, 2016, 2:39 PM UTC

No rooskin

it simply you can find the hamlet empty with or without the bug. in both cases if you use booster they are wasted.

Regards
Resistance Is Futile
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