Like everyone we have our cleanup crews, tank busters and heavy hitters.
Each member within the alliance started out as a low lever player and grew, thus each higher levelled player understands that lower levels need to be felt both important and useful so they don’t get discouraged.
Due to time zones our alliance works in groups of 3 or 4 according to thier matching time zones paired in teams consisting of heavy, mid and cleanup crew, these teams work out when come on and work together.
It is up to the heavy hitters or if you prefer the more experienced players to help and involve the lower level players at all times and make them feel good about thier contribution in the war. This may also mean knowing what their roster is to help them choose teams to better to their part.
Wars are totally an Alliance team work aspect and without it you are lost. It’s not about how many points one individual player gets but instead it’s about getting more points than your opponents.
Eventually “like us” everyone will learn and their role or when their teams are best suited and should be used as we are all mature aged players and not kids, but just the same they enjoy coming in and communicating during wars and having fun with it together instead of just coming in alone, doing your hits and leaving.
It seems based on the majority of your comments that all your worried about is the points which you feel will make the lower levelled players feel better about themselves this is a completely wrong way of looking at things.
It doesn’t matter who gets what points as that doesn’t give you better rewards in the end, it doesn’t make you a better player and won’t teach you how to work as a team. It’s nothing more than a visual stats keeping board.
One thing I do know is when a lower player eventually does start to hit the 100’s plus they will get excited and mention it in the chatbox and that’s when you congratulate them a bit more for their achievement.
If a player feels bad or feels the need to appologise for hits that didn’t work out then that is on the experienced players back for making them feel like they could have done better and not because they didn’t get a better score.
Let me ask you; does a heavy hitter appologise for not wiping out a team on their first attempt or not doing as well in this war as they did in the last? Every war is different and in this one you will do great and in the next not get one.
My suggestion is; stop worrying about the points and concentrate more at working on teamwork and finishing with the higher winning score as a whole.
It doesn’t matter how you word it, debate it, twist it, These tank bonus points your looking to change around won’t change the outcome in the end and thus are really unimportant.