Burn wrote:So at the rate I'm playing, I might be able to level up a weapon card maybe twice a month.
I have been playing since January and I don't have a single weapon card max leveled yet. Not one. In two months. Thats just stupid.
monuo_ripts wrote:Here is what I think I've figured out on cheering allies.
It used to be you can cheer allies once a day, ie 20 allies at 10 pts is 200 pts per day.
I had 85 allies but when I cheered, I only received 240 pts. Then I noticed, I could cheer back any allie who cheered me, AS MANY TIMES AS I WANTED.
So I cheered my allies, got 240 pts, waited about an hour, logged in, noticed people cheered me, I cheered back, got 180 pts, waited an hour repeated. At the end of the day, I had about 1500 pts for my 85 allies.
I hypothesized that you now only get pts if you can you cheer an allie but you can't cheer them again unless they cheer you.
I removed all friends that didn't seem to be playing except the 24 I noticed were cheering. Asked for friend requests of people in my level range that were still playing. Got my allies back up to about 60, started cheering everytime I logged in about every couple hours and was getting between 300-400 per. So daily, I've been getting anywhere around 3000 pts from allies.
Can anyone else try this and verify its working for them?
I think mobage purposely did this to give us more cards attempts. Wish we had more weapon card attempts.
I don't agree with this at all. I played for the first time yesterday since my last post 5 days ago. I played strictly to test out your post. Firstly, since I hadn't played for 5 days, surely the "cheer clock" on my allys had been reset. I had 67 allys at the time. That should have amounted to 670 points. It didn't. I only got 130 points.
Now, again after not playing for 5 days, you'd think that the first time I cheered, all of my allys would have gotten cheered. But no that didn't happen. Despite the fact that I got no messages that I had been cheered by allys while I was offline, I was still able to get 10-20 point cheers every few hours through the course of the day when I checked back in to play again.
This morning when I logged in, I had a message that said that I had been cheered by allys. So I decided to read it. Over the time period of whenever I last played the night before until my first time I played this morning, I had been cheered by 40 allys. If the game works the way you say it does, I should have been able to cheer them all. But in reality, the message told me that 5 of the 40 were available to be cheered back while it said the other 35 had already been cheered. That just doesn't add up.
I pulled roughly 350 points from my 67 allys yesterday. Not quite the 3000 point that you claim you are getting. Perhaps I am doing something wrong, I don't know. At this point though, I am going to say your theory is not correct.
What I can confirm is that the points per ally cheered still appears to be 10. Later on in the experiment, I used the "cheer back all" button in the messages menu to cheer my available allys. The message said that I had 8 allys available for cheer back, I pushed the "cheer back all" button and received 80 points. Why the math doesn't seem to add up anymore over the course of a full 24 hours is beyond me? Perhaps the "cheer clock" has been adjusted to where your allys can't be cheered every 24 hours. Perhaps, there is now a limit to how many allys you can cheer at one time. Clearly, I was unable to cheer all 67 even after 5 days. So I don't know. Maybe the cheer allys button is broken after one of the updates and the "cheer back all" button in the messages menu is the only one that gives full credit. Who the hell knows with this buggy game anymore!?