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[Suggestion] Bulk Sentinel "donating" in Guild Turf

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Posted on 8/21/19 6:39:14 AM | Show thread starter's posts only

With 20 donation tries, it's very slow and time consuming. There seems to be a lag while it calculates bonus. Can we have bulk donating similar to crisis event?  Most of my guild members don't do turf because it is a lot of tapping.  Thanks.

Posted on 8/21/19 7:22:47 AM | Show thread starter's posts only

Indeed, this is good suggestion, I am also tired of tapping that many times. We need way to make it faster, much faster.

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Posted on 8/21/19 11:39:41 AM | Show thread starter's posts only

Honestly the game mode is a waste of time rn. The items in the shop were almost completely useless last time I played and I doubt they did anything about that in the meantime.

Posted on 8/21/19 6:16:54 PM | Show thread starter's posts only

Perhaps they can streamline the process, but I doubt that it would be anything close to "Bulk donations".


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Posted on 8/21/19 11:12:14 PM | Show thread starter's posts only

Bulk as in donating all 20 in 1 shot, like crisis event.

Posted on 8/22/19 1:37:24 AM | Show thread starter's posts only

I like the general idea without a doubt. I wouldn't want a one shot maximum donation button, though.

On my Smurfs especially, I usually mix donations. EG: 10x gems, 10x gold, instead of 20x anything. So being able to set how many times I donate each resource would really be really important, to me.

I may be willing to toss a couple hundred gems on those, then finish out the rest with a different resource, whereas going all gems might be a bit too costly on my littler accounts.

For this reason, my suggestion would be something like:
|<  -5  - [AMOUNT HERE] +  +5  >|

Where "|<" and ">|" are zero or maximum amounts respectively, the "+/-5" increases or decreases the amount by five, and the single "+/-" increases and decreases the amount by one.

That way it's still easier, but is flexible enough not to require an all or nothing choice.

I tried to keep the example simple, hopefully I managed it well enough to at least be understandable.

Ok, sure.


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