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HorrorRoach

Ban Clattles, map rotation idea

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At Cousins subs waiting for an order, just thought I'd make a quick post about what came to mind...

How about set map rotations during clan battles? The sessions last 2 hours right? Have a set map for every 30 minute interval. Put out a schedule ahead of time, going a few weeks into the future. This would allow players to pick from a larger variety of ships hey? Some are better at open water fighting, some are better with islands.

 

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No, you shouldn't be allowed to cherry pick what ships to bring. You make your lineup and adapt to the map as well as the opponent's tactics.

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1 hour ago, 1SneakyDevil said:

No, you shouldn't be allowed to cherry pick what ships to bring. You make your lineup and adapt to the map as well as the opponent's tactics.

"Cherry pick"... Not really. If you're clan doesn't have ships to take advantage of islands, it's the opposite of cherry picking. Rail guns vs rainbows can be a huge advantage depending on the circumstances.

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1 minute ago, HorrorRoach said:

"Cherry pick"... Not really. If you're clan doesn't have ships to take advantage of islands, it's the opposite of cherry picking. Rail guns vs rainbows can be a huge advantage depending on the circumstances.

Under your proposal clans that don't have the ships to best fit a certain map in your 30 minute rotation would skip playing that map to protect their clan rating.

So would we really be determining who the best clans are under these circumstances?

 

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