Where can I see powerpoints of a base?

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iser
31 October, 2017, 7:41 PM UTC

I raided some bases without any luck.

How can I see how many PowerPoints a sector has?


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BiohazarD
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1 November, 2017, 1:03 AM UTC
iser said:

I raided some bases without any luck.

How can I see how many PowerPoints a sector has?


You get points for killing enemy troops.  I'm not sure how exactly power points are calculated, but I do know that 100 power points isn't very much, so you should only need to kill a few units to get it.  If a sector is empty you won't get any points for raiding it.  
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CoolRextreme
18 November, 2017, 8:11 AM UTC
I recomend taps sites. Hitting tap sites is the generally easy way to grab quick small bits of PvP. It also works towards one of your daily missions :)
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BiohazarD
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22 November, 2017, 7:08 PM UTC
CoolRextreme said:

I recomend taps sites. Hitting tap sites is the generally easy way to grab quick small bits of PvP. It also works towards one of your daily missions :)
Just be careful, some people like to leave more troops than you can handle on them :P
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Shubs
23 November, 2017, 2:50 AM UTC

iser said:

I raided some bases without any luck.

How can I see how many PowerPoints a sector has?

Power points are directly related to the power units stationed at a Sector/Deposit/Tapsite etc. Therefore, send your drones > get the report > Calculate the "BASE Power points of the units found in the report (do not count cyborgs) > That should give you approx power points, however, remember, PvP calculations are different from what you calculate. 

There are few other precautions you need to care about: 

Player power points will be different from yours due to various upgrades and items attached to Hero, Artifacts, Serum levels.

Therefore, when attacking, put your best foot forward.
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Sergey Kryvorotchenko
Community Manager
23 November, 2017, 11:35 PM UTC
Shubs said:

iser said:

I raided some bases without any luck.

How can I see how many PowerPoints a sector has?

Power points are directly related to the power units stationed at a Sector/Deposit/Tapsite etc. Therefore, send your drones > get the report > Calculate the "BASE Power points of the units found in the report (do not count cyborgs) > That should give you approx power points, however, remember, PvP calculations are different from what you calculate. 

There are few other precautions you need to care about: 

Player power points will be different from yours due to various upgrades and items attached to Hero, Artifacts, Serum levels.

Therefore, when attacking, put your best foot forward.
What a wonderful response! Looks like a mini-tutorial! Yhank you very much.
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Shubs
25 November, 2017, 12:03 PM UTC

Sergey Kryvorotchenko said:


Shubs said:


iser said:

I raided some bases without any luck.

How can I see how many PowerPoints a sector has?

Power points are directly related to the power units stationed at a Sector/Deposit/Tapsite etc. Therefore, send your drones > get the report > Calculate the "BASE Power points of the units found in the report (do not count cyborgs) > That should give you approx power points, however, remember, PvP calculations are different from what you calculate. 

There are few other precautions you need to care about: 

Player power points will be different from yours due to various upgrades and items attached to Hero, Artifacts, Serum levels.

Therefore, when attacking, put your best foot forward.
What a wonderful response! Looks like a mini-tutorial! Yhank you very much.

Thank you CM Sergey. Objective, as always, is to provide the crisp and clear information. It may look like a tutorial - as mentioned by you- however, all that I keep in mind while posting info/suggestions for those whom I can help, is just to be elaborative so their quest for an appropriate answer is over.

Hope this helps them too.


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