Is the act of soliciting a player to pass along information spying fair game or is it a dirty move? What if that player approaches you? Is it wrong to accept?
Fair to use them, but shows how weak the alliance/alliance's leadership is if the alliance utilizes said spy. Friend, or not.
Same concept as when players abuse the gold features. Just means you pay to be good, doesn't actually make you good.
Spies and misinformation are a part of warfare. People who cry about the use of them are the same as people cry about gold... mad because they don't have the means.
I'm not good because I pay, I'm good because I play.
draining someone's cave 100k 1k at a time, you see what I am doing here just because something is apart of the game doesn't make it alright to do.
LOLOLOLOLOLOL. Ya, draining someone's cave 1k at a time isn't alright to do. Not okay guys, what are you thinking?
Thanks for discrediting yourself.
I could never as man brag about doing something when I didn't do it off pure skill. Not saying spying isn't apart of the game, but so is killing your own troops for bp, so is sending out attacks and canceling them repeatedly at 3am, so is draining someone's cave 100k 1k at a time, you see what I am doing here just because something is apart of the game doesn't make it alright to do.
Gold has zero bearing on skill level. Skill is executing a perfectly timed snipe, or parking a cs in a well defended harbor. Not building troops or a city faster than the next guy. That's called dedication people neglect the fact that to use gold you need resources and that requires actively farming.
As far as your other "not ok" activities I just have to shake my head. You must be new, draining caves is the smart thing todo. So is sending attacks and recalling at odd hours, it keeps people off balance. And hey, if you need alittle Bp for that next slot and you have some troops that you no longer need you're a fool not to kill them off and get that next city.