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Partl 05-31-2012 03:09 AM

Mega CrownWin for a PvP loss
 
I was just fighting a PvP battle (against trigger i think - cant clearly remember buddy, sry :) ), and while i lost, and he got his usual 3crowns for his win, i got 70 of em for my loss.

He had a royal dragon, i was just fooling around with some swordmen and bowmen.

Well - i dont really want to loose those awsome amount of crowns, but whatever u think is right, is right ;)

Just wanted to report that issue (i was searching courage&wide range)

Nibelton 05-31-2012 04:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Partl (Post 72120)
I was just fighting a PvP battle (against trigger i think - cant clearly remember buddy, sry :) ), and while i lost, and he got his usual 3crowns for his win, i got 70 of em for my loss.

He had a royal dragon, i was just fooling around with some swordmen and bowmen.

Well - i dont really want to loose those awsome amount of crowns, but whatever u think is right, is right ;)

Just wanted to report that issue (i was searching courage&wide range)

any crown exploit should be reported via PM,because ppl reading this forum,and you just giving them this exploit and they WILL exploit it.
and i doubt that you will lose it,honesty should be rewarded,eh ? :P

Zekarde 05-31-2012 04:32 AM

I usually get 3-5, but I have on occasion gotten 11 or so when fighting dragons and in especially grisly battles.

Konstantin Fomenko 05-31-2012 08:03 AM

Partl - this would make sense - if during the battle his Royal Dragon (that was level 9 or higher) died. Royal Dragon drops huge amount of Crowns (as after all 120 crowns are lose on his death).

But if the Dragon didn`t die - I know what other bugs could have caused this - thanks for reporting this. And this is nto a really en exploit, but a bug - a good one:)

Partl 05-31-2012 01:34 PM

First of all, thanks a lot for the reply - changing to PM-mode now :p


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