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s_otto Jul 15, 2013 @ 2:11am
Cheaters
Littlebruce91 --- 10 minutes game, than finish me. 10 minutes, and have 4.461 battle points.
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zetthen Jul 15, 2013 @ 4:20am 
Hello s_otto,

Welcome to TW :-) As you have a hidden profile, I cannot see how much experience you have with TW, but as I have not seen you in the forums previously, I guess that you have not yet had time to play hundreds of hours in the game.

In this case, I think it is unfair to call someone a cheater, simply because he was able to beat you faster than usual - in fact the stats you give me shows that he most likely was notcheating. Why?

In TW, you earn BP's from sending troops. DEpending on mine placements and the opponent's maze, you can get quite many BP's already very early in the game.

You can send troops every 45 seconds, which mean than in 10 minutes, your opponent could have sent up to 13 waves. If he was a mid-experienced player, it is likely that he would have sent 11-12 waves in that time period. That means that each wave would have gotten him approx 400 BP, which is actually quite low once you get to knights and start upgrading them.

Typically , this is the expectation I would have from a standard mine placement with a top-ranked opponent doing a strong deny build (with a tricky mineplacement, it would be a lot more):
Wave 1: 7 moops - 60-70 BP
Wave 2-3: 18 moops - 160-180 BP each
Wave 4-10: 9-10 Knights - 350-400 BP each
Total for first 10 waves: 2800-3200 BP

First 12 waves (10 minutes) should give approx. 4000 BP. Two things can improve this significantly:
- Mine placement. If the mines are near the entrance, that could easily increase the BP-payout by 30-40%
- Strength of opponent maze. Unless you build a strong deny maze with towers at the start, or if you even leak units, then the payout can go a lot higher. As an example, if you leak on the first wave, 7 moops can easily earn up to 300 BP

s_otto Jul 15, 2013 @ 4:27am 
Thanks. I test your writes.
zetthen Jul 15, 2013 @ 6:55am 
You are welcome. If you want to learn a little bit more about what tactics usually works well, please have a look at this guide in the guides section :-)

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=125718338
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