Beware!

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User
5 March, 2019, 12:47 PM UTC

Suggest we should have a topic where we can warn each other about cheaters.

Just lately happened- for the current OvO:  our enemy was picked by false power. They dismissed they most powerful players before announcement of tournament, and they rejoined after. Only their master power alone is bigger than our full order.

I know they do not score, but most importantly they can prevent our players to score. Not to mention the unbalanced chances, when one party has 3x the power of the others.

I can name this order, to be cautious any of you in the future.

It would be really nice to have a kind of wall of shame for such orders/players
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User
5 March, 2019, 7:22 PM UTC
My Order has faced several OvO opponenents like you are describing. The result...we have won all of them. Perhaps the tactic has greater effect the smaller the Order is....?
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User
6 March, 2019, 1:01 AM UTC

> Suggest we should have a topic where we can warn each other about cheaters.


You can effectively accomplish this simply by prefixing your title with 'Cheater:', or something.



> I can name this order, to be cautious any of you in the future.


Just name the order and be done with it. Anything else is useless and pointless.


'could even invite the enemy order to dispute your claim here.


> It would be really nice to have a kind of wall of shame for such orders/players


You've just started one. Nice idea. Prefix posts with 'Cheater Alert: {dd-mmm-yy} OvO k{#} {Miscreants}'

e.g. 'Cheater Alert: 01-Mar-19 OvO k01 SomeCheatingOrderName'

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User
11 March, 2019, 4:50 PM UTC
Um.....I've seen people do this too. But it's kind of pointless if they leave before the announcement and rejoin after the announcement they can't contribute points after the announcement anyway at least nothing the benefits the order gold wise so.... you kind of shoot yourself in the foot if half your order can't point in the event.
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11 March, 2019, 8:07 PM UTC

You missed the OP's point that these enemy order members that can't score points can devastate their order so they can't score points.


Leaving those in the enemy order that can score points effecting the win with less effort.
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