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August 24, 2009 in World 018 News

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A World Divided

Tribal wars politics is always a cacophany of allies and enemies, war and diplomacy. World 18 has matured to the point where alliances and the wars are clearly identifiyable by everyone involved, one battle of East vs. West. Much like a game of chess, tribal wars worlds follow three main phases of gameplay. First is the the opening, roughly the time from the worlds start, up to the point where nobleman are widely available. Second is the mid game, from the point nobleman are available, roughly to the point the world closes. And the last phase, the end game, has a very tricky description. A world will know its in the end game when tribes no longer fight over single continents, the point at which all the tribes are settled, leading up to the end of the world….

East:

  • -MM-
  • -MMM-
  • ~S~
  • ~S2~
  • -INF-
  • INF-AM

West:

  • Apoc-D
  • Apoc-W
  • Apoc-C
  • Apoc-N
  • Apoc-R
  • Apoc-H
  • Apoc-F
  • {BA}
  • [BA]

Number 1 Opponents Defeated: Total

So after a year or so of trying to ignore him, I figure it might be time to give some recognition to W18′s most controvertial player, Adanouch.

Rank Name Defeated
1 AdAnouch 131,63 Mio.
2 mhausig 124,83 Mio.
3 Alf Hucker 120,29 Mio.

Adanouch has always been an all together differant breed of player than most of us. It is nearly impossible to distinguish if his ego is just a facade he puts up to attract attention, or if these are his true views. Just this past month, Adanouch switched sides from the UA in Apoc, to the Mayhem Makers (-MM-) despite the fact that he is compleately surrounded by Apoc. Though most people would dismiss this as a move of terrible strategic value, Adanouch is skilled enough to play successfully in this position. No matter what your views on Adanouch are, his 5 minutes of fame on W18 are well deserved.

World Statistics

Most people use TW stats regularly, but just how often do you get use out of the World Statistics? Where else could you find information such useless information as the total amount of messages sent, total points, or average troops per player? With the magic of the WordPress format preservation, this trivial information is now available for all to see. Maybe sometime in the future, we will look back on this post, and see just how far we’ve come. (or how much we lost)

Number of players: 1.826
Total villages: 333.768 (182.79 per player)
The following values were calculated today at 00:32
Messages sent: 3,81 Mio. (2084.7 per player)
Total points: 2.047,25 Mio. (1,12 Mio. per player, 6.134 per village)
Total resources: 44.490.080.928 43.009.535.950 49.937.514.572
Total population: 5.453,90 Mio.
Total troops:
684,21 m 451,95 m 612,54 m 376,63 m 61,92 m 197,63 m 37,38 m 149,46 m 22,90 m 6,71 m 2.605 72.884
Average troops per player:
374702 247510 335456 206261 33909 108230 20470 81850 12541 3672 1 40
Average troops per village:
2050 1354 1835 1128 186 592 112 448 69 20 0 0

Terminal Countdown

  • 1826 players
  • 165 tribes