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spring xp tourney????

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brunsonthomas
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20 March, 2017, 7:25 PM UTC
BiohazarD said:

Jezebel said:


Alyona Kolomiitseva said:


Guys, St. Patrick's day is celebrated in most of the countries where the majority of our players lives. It's one of the international holidays, even though it originally comes from Ireland. 

Unfortunately, we are unable to celebrate all Holidays in our games. There are so many cool holidays in each country, each religion, each culture. Of course we understand that you would be happy if we celebrated some of your National Holidays as well. But that is impossible. Each day would turn into a Holiday then, and each day we would have dozens of Holidays :) So we picked some of the most recognizable Holidays and dedicated our Special events, giveaways and Tournaments to those :)

And as always, we will be happy to hear your feedback about each one of them :) 

It's not going to matter what you say, Oracle is going to be offended because its not spring where he lives or the holiday is not something he recognizes, he wants to complain for the sake of complaining, what you call the tournaments doesn't matter but if you want to appease a handful of players maybe find a generic way to name tournaments 


http://www.medievalchronicles.com/medieval-battles-wars/medieval-battles-list/


but wait those were all held in different locations on the world map so they could also be conceived as giving preferential treatment to certain players by recognizing something that happened in their history

They could always just make up midieval holidays (maybe even put in some game lore for them or something). 

Like we could have a tournament celebrating Oberon's birthday...
I like your idea. Oberon's birthday would be good. An anniversary of the first Beacon drop on any server. An anniversary of the first Fortress built. Things along those lines or like you said just make up holidays for the game.
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Jezebel
20 March, 2017, 8:41 PM UTC
brunsonthomas said:

BiohazarD said:

Jezebel said:


Alyona Kolomiitseva said:


Guys, St. Patrick's day is celebrated in most of the countries where the majority of our players lives. It's one of the international holidays, even though it originally comes from Ireland. 

Unfortunately, we are unable to celebrate all Holidays in our games. There are so many cool holidays in each country, each religion, each culture. Of course we understand that you would be happy if we celebrated some of your National Holidays as well. But that is impossible. Each day would turn into a Holiday then, and each day we would have dozens of Holidays :) So we picked some of the most recognizable Holidays and dedicated our Special events, giveaways and Tournaments to those :)

And as always, we will be happy to hear your feedback about each one of them :) 

It's not going to matter what you say, Oracle is going to be offended because its not spring where he lives or the holiday is not something he recognizes, he wants to complain for the sake of complaining, what you call the tournaments doesn't matter but if you want to appease a handful of players maybe find a generic way to name tournaments 


http://www.medievalchronicles.com/medieval-battles-wars/medieval-battles-list/


but wait those were all held in different locations on the world map so they could also be conceived as giving preferential treatment to certain players by recognizing something that happened in their history

They could always just make up midieval holidays (maybe even put in some game lore for them or something). 

Like we could have a tournament celebrating Oberon's birthday...
I like your idea. Oberon's birthday would be good. An anniversary of the first Beacon drop on any server. An anniversary of the first Fortress built. Things along those lines or like you said just make up holidays for the game.
great ideas so do we need to put this in suggestions or will this feed back be taken to the devs?
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brunsonthomas
Moderator
20 March, 2017, 9:18 PM UTC
Jezebel said:

brunsonthomas said:

BiohazarD said:

Jezebel said:


Alyona Kolomiitseva said:


Guys, St. Patrick's day is celebrated in most of the countries where the majority of our players lives. It's one of the international holidays, even though it originally comes from Ireland. 

Unfortunately, we are unable to celebrate all Holidays in our games. There are so many cool holidays in each country, each religion, each culture. Of course we understand that you would be happy if we celebrated some of your National Holidays as well. But that is impossible. Each day would turn into a Holiday then, and each day we would have dozens of Holidays :) So we picked some of the most recognizable Holidays and dedicated our Special events, giveaways and Tournaments to those :)

And as always, we will be happy to hear your feedback about each one of them :) 

It's not going to matter what you say, Oracle is going to be offended because its not spring where he lives or the holiday is not something he recognizes, he wants to complain for the sake of complaining, what you call the tournaments doesn't matter but if you want to appease a handful of players maybe find a generic way to name tournaments 


http://www.medievalchronicles.com/medieval-battles-wars/medieval-battles-list/


but wait those were all held in different locations on the world map so they could also be conceived as giving preferential treatment to certain players by recognizing something that happened in their history

They could always just make up midieval holidays (maybe even put in some game lore for them or something). 

Like we could have a tournament celebrating Oberon's birthday...
I like your idea. Oberon's birthday would be good. An anniversary of the first Beacon drop on any server. An anniversary of the first Fortress built. Things along those lines or like you said just make up holidays for the game.
great ideas so do we need to put this in suggestions or will this feed back be taken to the devs?
I would say put it in as a Suggestion, you might even get sapphires if they choose to adopt it.
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