I’m not familiar with the way that the number of points an enemy gets awarded for taking out your war defense team is determined. I’m under the impression that there is a predetermined total number of points that is divided among all the alliance members, considering the strength of their defense team.
I’m a bit puzzled by the next situation: my war defense team has a TP of 3407 (5 x 4* 4/70) and the enemy gets 114 (76 + 38) points for taking it out. Meanwhile, my alliance mate’s defense team has a TP of 3485 (4 x 4* 4/70 + 1 x 5* 4/31), so, a superior team in every way, and the enemy gets only 102 (68 + 34) points for taking it out.
So, if I would add all of my heroes HP it would be more than his heroes HP total? Is this the only factor? What about defense stats? Don’t they matter? A hero with a high defense and lower HP might be tougher than one with lots of HP but low defense… I didn’t know this… doesn’t really seem logical.
Well, SG certainly have their own way of doing things… if they say HP is the only thing that matters for a defense team, so be it… I wonder how many of us are considering the sum of the hero’s HP as a decisive factor while setting a defense team… after all is only alliance war… not like it was something people cared about… Way to go SG… Keep up the good work…