I agree, PnW needs to have a set of standards and qualification for any player to start their your own alliance. I understand that this is a game and that it may put off newcomers with a particular advantage or so called fun of doing what they like.... But the fact of the matter is PnW has grown in terms of membership and number of population in Orbis. Awareness and Promotion of the game is out there. So let's just make this whole experience a lot better and unique than other games in this category.
Just as new updates and features are brought in, so should the gameplay? Why not think it that way. When I say gameplay I don't mean the entire gameplay to be changed or tampered with. Instead, make changes to minute details from time to time in making the gameplay more efficient and less like a dumpster.. Which in this case is growing to be one in terms of massive number of micro-alliances laying waste and dead and so many players who joined losing their enthusiasm to stick around longer and contribute to the fun and general health of PnW.
To build your own Alliance, a new set of guidelines must be initiated. Personally, I believe that management of an Alliance is a very dedicated task. There are some who learn something quick and those that take a bit more time. PnW must initiate a clause to create a new Alliance, like having a minimum 180 days gameplay and already in an Alliance. They could also add a requirement that when creating a new alliance, a reference or tie with an alliance during creation of Alliance. Cus obviously, no alliance can live long without a pact or a circle of other friendly alliances. Exception of this clause could be given to Alliances purely being created for the purpose of an Alliance bank or a secondary training alliance ....
Anyways. What I'm saying is that whoever it is creating an alliance should know what he is doing and have at least some experience in game before going out and building a system that not only involves themselves but a collection of many other players who will dedicate their time and energy to the growth of their new alliance.