Neither do I, even if there was a time I shared the OP’s view on the matter. Now I think of it as bussiness as usual. Unfortunately, now, for this to happen I have to go beyond 2800 cups. Threshold grew higher and higher, I remember it happening around 2400, than 2500, 2600, 2700 and now it clicks around 2800. Always wondered what makes this attack frenezy behavior pattern kick in… I still believe that the algorythm, somehow, pushes targets towards the top of the re-roll pull, suddenly making it available for all players re-rolling at that moment. That would, partially at least, expalin how, out of the thousands of available targets, all those players target you at the same time. Of course, there might be other factors, like they’re hunting for cups (this kind of cluster attack always have an overwhelming cup ratio favoring the attacker). But still, it happened to me many times, to many to keep count, to re-roll the same (cup ratio alluring) target twice or more in only a few re-roll attempts. Now, without some kind of help from the algorythm, it would be impossible to re-roll the same name three times in 20 attempts, out of thousands of available targets. OK, might happen once, twice even, but not as often as it does. I wonder if anyone kept track on this matter, or even noticed it… bottom line, I see this as a good thing now, looking forward to all the revenge opportunities that will become available.