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1.) Do you donate to the game or do you not?

2.) If you don't do you frown upon people that do and if so why?

3.) Do you disagree with anybody being able to donate to fast track their Nation? 

I'm just wondering how many people actually donate to the game and what my chances of catching up with some older nations are if I do donate. 

I would love to hear what everyone has to say about this. 

(Hopefully this is the right place for this topic)

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1. No

2. No

3. No

 

Buying credits will only get you so far, but they can provide a boost to newer nations. You certainly won't be able to rapidly catch up to the ever-growing high tier of the game (talking the people hovering around c30+ish), but you could feasibly catch up to the slightly more seasoned mid tier. I will caution that growth is in no way a replacement for knowledge. If you're newer to the game, I suggest joining an established alliance and learning from their seasoned mentors. Good luck!

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Jacob Knox

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2 hours ago, Jacob Knox said:

1. No

2. No

3. No

 

Buying credits will only get you so far, but they can provide a boost to newer nations. You certainly won't be able to rapidly catch up to the ever-growing high tier of the game (talking the people hovering around c30+ish), but you could feasibly catch up to the slightly more seasoned mid tier. I will caution that growth is in no way a replacement for knowledge. If you're newer to the game, I suggest joining an established alliance and learning from their seasoned mentors. Good luck!

I like your advice this is good stuff for new players. Thank you for your input. 

2 hours ago, Jacob Knox said:

1. No

2. No

3. No

 

Buying credits will only get you so far, but they can provide a boost to newer nations. You certainly won't be able to rapidly catch up to the ever-growing high tier of the game (talking the people hovering around c30+ish), but you could feasibly catch up to the slightly more seasoned mid tier. I will caution that growth is in no way a replacement for knowledge. If you're newer to the game, I suggest joining an established alliance and learning from their seasoned mentors. Good luck!

I like your advice this is good stuff for new players. Thank you for your input. 

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