Emerald Wars (20/10/19)
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Objectives[edit | edit source]
Two competing clans fight for the control of 5 Emerald Mines throughout the event. All mines produce emeralds at a different rate every minute for the controlling clan, and the ultimate goal is to collect more Emeralds than the rival Clan. The Clan that holds a highest amount of emeralds at the end of the event is the winner.
Clan Dragon Boosters[edit | edit source]
Clan Dragons can wield special powers during events. The effect can be improved by earning Power Boosters prior to an event by completing Clan Quests and powering up the Dragons. Striker , Kutter , or Feather is recommended for Emerald Wars.
Read the full Emerald Wars article for more details.
Mechanics[edit | edit source]
Emerald Wars runs for 4 days. All participating, qualified Clans in the game are split into groups of two, in accordance with the league they are currently in.
Trainer's must fight Battles compete to control (and keep control of) five emerald mines. Controlled mines produce Emeralds every minute for the controlling clan. The Emeralds earned from this production and Emeralds rewarded from battles is what makes up the Clan's Score. Mines controlled by the Trainer's Clan are shown with a yellow background notification above the mine, whereas those controlled by the opposing Clan have a red background notification above the mine. Each mine has its own Battle Score counter and it is controlled, at any given time, by the clan with the higher Battle Score. Clan members increase the Battle Score by attacking mines and defeating Trainers from the opposing Clan.
Trainers must select the Dragons to take into battle, then choose from three opposing Trainers with different levels of difficulty (as in Arena Battles). If the Trainer is victorious, they will be awarded Battle Points for the mine's Battle Score and a number of Emeralds for the Clan's Score. The points rewarded increase with difficulty and earning of win streaks. Once enough battles are won to overtake an opponent-controlled mine, the red background notification color above the mine changes to yellow, indicating the Trainer's Clan now controls it.