GW developers- please give us Guild Wars back fortnightly.
I know some people enjoy the new battles, but a lot of us don’t and really can’t see the point if we can’t ‘prove’ ourselves in competition with other Guilds.
Once every three weeks is too long, you forget what you need to work on.
It’s like equipping yourself with all the armour and guns in COD- then only fighting NCP’s- what is the point of that?
So many top players have gone already- or lost interest, and more are ‘on the way’ including myself.
And on that note- why have you never given us the opportunity to play ‘real’ pvp? Other card games online do it successfully, why not GW?
Please, give us back Guild Wars- at least fortnightly.
People reading this- please don’t comment if you are going to disagree with what I’ve written- this isn’t about you. If you are a dev, please do comment. If you agree with what I’m saying- then comment or like.
What if I don’t directly disagree with you, but add further stipulations you can’t reply directly to me or use any of the words I’ve typed within my post?
Also, you forgot to forbid, “Disagreeing by using very sarcastic statements that appear to agree”, like, “Yeah, I think with the new kingdom power system we should really slow down the rate at which troops are added to kingdoms.”
Being more serious: I don’t think there’s a majority player consensus on this. It’s likely a majority would like GW to be more frequent, but we’re also facing really strong “there is too much to do” complaints from the playerbase right now. So we’d have to take something away to get GW, and I think it’s hard to get people to majority agree on what should be taken away.
It was rumored there is a “GW revamp” in the works. I don’t think a specific update or time window was mentioned for it. My guess is that might be part of why we’re getting no kingdoms and only factions for a year: that’s a big chunk of time in which the devs can focus on something new (assuming the bulk of the factions are already designed/in the pipeline.)
If that was the case, it’d make more sense to wait and see what that entails than to change the schedule. But since we don’t have any real confirmation, that doesn’t mean it’s not worth saying “if it doesn’t change I want it more”.