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Special Event: Lords Cup

Lords Cup

Who is ready for a new special event? Me, me!!

Lords Cup is a new event where a ball appears on the map. The object of the event is to move the ball into specific targets: Wonders and Darknests. Points will be awarded depending on the target the ball hits.

Kickoff is July 1 at 00:00 GMT-5. (What time is it?)

Here's what we know so far:
• You don't need to register or sign up. You'll automatically be signed up.

• This is both a Guild Event and an Individual Event. Points are awarded to individual players. If a player was in a guild at the beginning of the event, his points will be added to the guild point total in hopes of winning the Guild Victory.

• Guild points are accumulated in the guild's home Kingdom regardless of the physical Kingdom the members are in.

• You can switch guilds during the event, but you can only receive rewards in the guild you were part of at the start of the event.

• Players who aren't in guilds can participate individually.

• The ball can move in 8 different directions and is moved by using troops.

• There will be 4 matches. Rewards will be given at the end of the event based on points received.

• Each match will be 90 minutes long. At the end of each match, all of the balls will disappear.

• If the ball lands on a castle, it will move over one space. If it lands on a goal or a monster, it will disappear and respawn randomly on the map.

• There are 3 goals: The base is worth the most points, then any of the 6 forts, then Darknests.

Lords Cup First Look

Lords Cup Introduction 1

Lords Cup Introduction 2

I'm very interested to see how this event plays and what kind of rewards can be earned. Stay tuned!

© Tormund ᵃᵏᵃ Ꭲ


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