For global group choices, it would be nice if there was a group called “Advanced (LvL40+)” that’s for the more advanced players to hang in if they so desired to do so.
It would mean a great deal to many alliances, if each alliance had it’s own battle arena (preferably one that doesn’t require energy to play). So that the members can test new changes to their def lineup with a fellow alliance member. Or simply to enjoy battling the def lineups of their fellow teammates while waiting for their energies to replenish within one of the three energy banks.
For defence lineups, when the system plays for you in your absence. A hero that hits three targets, whether it be of equal strength or of minor damage to nearby, the system should only choose one of the middle three heroes within the opponents lineup. Especially when dealing with heroes like Gravemaker and whatnot. Otherwise, if the system that’s playing for a person in their absence, takes a hero such as Gravemaker and targets a wing hero, only two of the three possible hits, are being utilized. The remaining it is wasted because of the obvious, the fact that there’s no hero on both sides of either wing…
Some of us players are hardcore spenders within this game. We’re a large percentage of the income that you guys make throughout each month. I honestly feel that after a player has reached a set amount of having spent real money towards gems, within a one month period (or one week at the very least). Their odds at the summoning gate should increase slightly for that month/week to express your appreciation towards our willingness to spend the large amounts of money that we do in our pursuit towards trying to get certain heroes.
The moment someone goes into the quest window, what ever showed up new, should be automatically be rendered no longer “new” the moment they exit the Event Quest area. It’s at times rather annoying when I see the quest button notifying me that there’s something new there when in actual fact, it’s the same quests one seen the first time they went into the quest window… Yes, I know I could go into the quest and then exit it. But to be honest, it’s a rather unnecessary additional step.
Joe a.k.a. Enigmalynx