With W16 in the final stages of the game, not much of importance has been happening lately. The Gammy 1 has largely consolidated his position and settled into his new spot in C². The tribe is also slowly pushing on the borders of Plight, as it has been for quite some time.
First off, I’d like to apologize for the large gaps between my blogs. I’ve found myself confronted by two problem lately. One is that lately, I have had far less free time than I’m used to in my personal life. The second problem, which is probably the harder of the two to overcome, is the fact that W16 is a slow world with little going on. I’m simply running out of ideas for blogs. I do a monthly war stats blog, such as this one, as well as a Now and Then blog, the latter of which I do know is the more popular of the two, but after that, I’m still left with two weeks absent of material. So I appeal to my audience. If anyone has any ideas that they would like to see as the subject of the blog, I would love to hear them.
Next on my agenda for this blog; Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! I know it may be late for some of you, but it is still the 14th here.
Now on to the war…
At a glance, it looks like little has changed on the maps since Gammy’s move to C². A close comparison from last month’s map shows changes of only a few percentage points here and there. There were no major continents changing hands through war conquers alone.
Yet despite the small visual change, C² has kept up with their past nobling history.
Tribes: Plight, *MK*
Timeframe: Last month
Total conquers against opposite side:
Side 1: 1,094
Side 2: 115
Points value of total conquers against opposite side:
Side 1: 10,335,196
Side 2: 1,116,240
The war stats themselves still show Plight losing ground at the same steady pace that C² has kept up for months now. Most importantly from the recent stats, C² for the first time has more villages than their combined enemies in *MK* and Plight.
C² has continued to slowly strive for a W16 victory. The world is changing slowly, but all signs point to an end in C²’s favor. One thing’s for certain; if change isn’t made soon, C² will continue until they win this world.
Thank you all for continuing to read. Until next time, your W16 blogger and fellow spreader of carnage,