How do you calculate the outcome of a battle?

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26 June, 2018, 1:18 PM UTC

Players martingatrix1406 said:

Player 1 attacks. Player 2 defends. A is the total value of all of Player 1’s attacking Units’ offense ratings. B is the total value of all of Player 2’s defensive ratings. Players’ losses are calculated according to these aggregate values. If: А = 15,000 Offense and B = 20,000 Defense, then Player 1 loses approximately 55% of Units. Player 2 loses 45% of Forces. These ratios may be subject to change


Oberon, Heir of Veyon, Scion of the Firstborn, Lord Regent of Stormfall
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26 June, 2018, 3:12 PM UTC

offense/defense ratio is unbalanced it takes more than double the number of defense units to equal offense


guess it depends on how much you value your defense but IMO the defender always wins if they manage to kill a lot of offense :)


losing offense hurts more unless you buy it back of course .....
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15 July, 2018, 9:45 AM UTC
martingatrix1406 said:

Player 1 attacks. Player 2 defends. A is the total value of all of Player 1’s attacking Units’ offense ratings. B is the total value of all of Player 2’s defensive ratings. Players’ losses are calculated according to these aggregate values. If: А = 15,000 Offense and B = 20,000 Defense, then Player 1 loses approximately 55% of Units. Player 2 loses 45% of Forces. These ratios may be subject to change .

That is the raid mechanic. The siege mechanic is very different btw.

In case anyone is wondering, given that defense units have different stats against different troops, the value of the defence is calculated by weighted average on the proportions of the attacking army.
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26 November, 2018, 8:10 PM UTC

Wow that is a new one.

A legitimate message from what seems like must be a legitimate user (given the original post) and now their account seems to have been hijacked and the message edited.

That is a new level of forum spam posting... not seen that before.

Something very weird going on here though.

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27 November, 2018, 11:46 AM UTC

Sir Dan Saul Knight said:


Wow that is a new one.

A legitimate message from what seems like must be a legitimate user (given the original post) and now their account seems to have been hijacked and the message edited.

That is a new level of forum spam posting... not seen that before.

Something very weird going on here though.

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