KrustyBrand wrote: »
And maybe cool it with the name calling. There’s been enough of that around here lately.
monduboiss937 wrote: »
I like to see different threads about tips and learn from other people's play style. And I thank anyone in the forum who has helped me in the past by posting info. We do not need to know how right or wrong a person was in the past 20 threads, as long as the current info is accurate. All we need is to collect different info or data, then choose the way we like best to play. Please stop attacking people back and forth in every single thread. If you have something personal, please pm the person. If there is a real error in the info provided, please point out (eg given a wrong % or wrong price). If you don't like farming, do not even come into this thread. I want to read here about the game. Not about how 1-2 people (like the 2 constant attackers here) go on a rampage. I don't know who's right or wrong or what the past is and I'm not interested. please stop polluting the board. Many posters in this thread really wants. info and advice. Please help provide the basics to help them starting, or let other people do it. Be constructive, not destructive. Thanks. I feel so bad to see these few posts asking for help buried under these complainers attacks, while they don't provide any help for these people. There is a negativity thread you can go post there.
As for the farming starters, it must be difficult after many past strategy threads were erased after the forum upgrade. But in general, the farming is all about KEM, multiplier, xp collider, SH buildings, and getting lots of free buildings at events to help making a farm (yes the most unpopular housefarm). And farming in most people just means a few donuts a day. In no way this will harm EAs business. In fact, being able to generate some donuts give more incentive to buy more for nice item purchases especially during deals. I personally bought boatloads. And I'm sure in order to start a real farming setup, some donuts have to be purchased, even for long term players. So we spend money to make donuts. EA loses nothing. And when people gets excited reading about this setup, they will spend their real money on donuts too to help set it up or speed it up. So chill out. EA will always be earning, and with the nice new contents like these days I'm sure the game will keep generating more real money to sustain the game for a much longer time. Kudos EA. Thanks for the game. And keep up the good work.
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