When to change alliances?

Need some help on deciding if its time to change alliances?

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If you have to ask, the answer is likely yes…

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Okay?

How about some more details?

I really do like my alliance, really grew up with them started out about a year ago. at this time we never get over 6 star titans, we win wars not all the time but we lose wars due to some not using their flags. my defense team is 4200. been playing a year spend money but im just not getting the mats to ascend my team due to fighting 5 star titans.

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I find my self top on wars and titan hits a lot

Sounds like it’s time to leave. Decide how active you want to be and find an alliance that matches that level.

Your welcome to visit Strange Circles and see if semi competitive is for you. If you like it your welcome to stay.

We use most flags and kill 9-10 star titans.

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It is definitely the right time to change alliances. If you are at top of titan and wars with little to no effort and made it far enough to make a 4200 defense team, then you should definitely join a more active alliance whose ideas and philosophies matches with what you expect from the game. Just go through the #alliance-recruitment section and look for alliance appropriate to your levels. As a general advice, stay way from alliances who leaves war flags and carries dead weights in titans. All the best, and may you find what you are looking for. :slight_smile:

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I was in the same spot as you. Was in my alliance from the beginning ( 8 months) and was always the best by far on titans and wars. We were fighting 6 stars titans. All the mats elude me but not the rest of the alliance. Tired of being the best and seeing that the rest will not improve more because were F2P (I am C2P) I decided to change alliance. So far, fighting 9 stars titans in my new alliance I have received one Damasco blade and 2 sturdy shields out of 5 Titans. And I am not feeling alone in wars anymore

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Was it hard to leave the alliance? i really do like the team I’m on just really feel like its time to move on!

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Sounds like it’s time for you to check out the various recruitment boards, chat, etc. to see what’s available and whether they match your needs (and you match theirs). As it is it sounds like there’s a slight mismatch between expectation and ambition.
Higher level titans will allow for more opportunities at higher loot tiers for those ascension materials which will help towards improving your bench.

There shouldn’t be anything to stop you from popping into an old alliance to say hi if you feel like it.

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It was hard. I also left he WhatsApp group that we had. In my new alliance I don’t feel really confortable because some people don’t hit the titan more than 3 times but I don’t regret the change. I feel that now I can improve more and get ascension material faster because greater titans and more posibilities in wars

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Definitely sounds like you need to move on as you want more out of the game and your current alliance won’t get you there. Leaving may be difficult, but if you communicate via Line or some other means outside of the game you don’t have to lose contact with your former teammates. Good luck finding a new situation.

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J-knight. Check out Destiny hunters. We hit 10 stars and majority of people are about same def to as you. We play with strategy but we are also not obsessed with minimum scores etc. Any questions my line is kiltedexile.

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For most of us, it’s the hardest decision to finally push that button and leave, but I agree with the other posters here, it sounds like you’re ready to move up.

I’m sure you’ll find that the members will understand your decision. From my own experience, it’s always nice when a member gives some notice in order for the other members to have a chance to say goodbye. Nothing is worse than a member just abruptly leaving without explanation.

E & P is really a very small community and you’ll be surprised at how often you may run into former team mates. It’s always nice to leave on good terms after wishing them well.

Do what’s best for your game and it sounds like it’s time for a new adventure. Best of luck, and remember, if the next alliance you join doesn’t feel like a good fit, move on again until you find the right one.

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I really appreciate it everyone, i guess my mind is made that it is time to move on. I will speak with my team to let them know the decision. One more question when and if you left a team did you find the new team first?

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Theres no need to find a new team first. Take time to look around even join an alliance for a war see how they fit and if doesn’t feel right or not sure leave and go to the next one. Eventually you’ll find what works for you.

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If you can’t find anything suitable, you might also try working as a mercenary. Some really have a lot of fun with it and you get to know a lot of other players.

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Never thought of that. Thanks!

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:ok_hand:t2: oh, just a hint, if you go “naked” with a 4200 def-team in the ingame recru-chat, they all go crazy like hyenas. :rofl:

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You dont need to find another alliance right away but it’s not a bad idea to find one that you can park at until you find a more permanent home.

You could try posting an ad laying out exactly what you’re looking for in a new alliance. You’ll receive dozens of replies and I’m sure you’ll find one that’s suitable.

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