No, this isn’t another vent post about it, I already know how it works, I’ve already complained about opponents exploiting it (without calling them out directly).
My question is: is there a way to know exactly “where” my alliance currently ranks overall in the win/loss ratio / war history algorithm? So that I can know how many wars we’ll have to lose before we return to fair fights?
See, here’s the thing… my alliance used to war with our original members, about a year ago. And we had quite a winning streak going early on. Then… well, as you know, if a mid level alliance wins a bunch of mid level wars, eventually they start getting paired up against high level alliances. And that’s about when we stopped doing wars, because… to put it quite frankly, they were all complete bull .
Now recently I’ve brought in some new members who like to do wars. I’m not exactly sure what their own individual war histories are, so I don’t know if they actually boosted our war history or dropped it? All I know is, is that we’re still being paired up against stronger teams, which tells me that the majority of my warring members have probably won the majority of their previous wars. Which is great! I love that.
Only question is… how does that affect our overall score? How many losses do we need to return back to “neutral” level where we are not fighting overpowered opponents? Is there an “easy” way to figure this out without having an advanced degree in mathematics?