Let me preface this by saying that given what is happening in regards to COVID-19, and other general real life problems, such things should always take precedence over playing JWA, or any other game for that matter. Because of such circumstances, it’s completely understandable for any players who aren’t participating in the tournaments because they have legitimate reasons for doing so.
Bearing that in mind, I’ve got a bit of bone to pick with any players who are simply choosing not to participate in the tournaments at all now. Before these Alliance Championships were a thing, I could understand players not wanting to participate, and I myself was among them, whether it was the RNG having it out for some players, to people simply not having enough time, feeling the rewards wasn’t worth it, etc., etc.
But, now that the entire alliance can get rewarded at the end of each month depending on many points the alliance manages to earn, I simply cannot fathom any reason outside of anything related to real life problems why players refuse to participate and do so much as the bare minimum needed to get points on the leader board. And I kind of find it a little infuriating when I see members of the alliance always asking for DNA in the chat room, darting dinosaurs, and doing basically anything else in the game that shows how active they are.
So I want to ask: in the future, would it be possible for the leaders and officers of each alliance to decide which of their members would receive the rewards handed out at the end of each Alliance Championship? Because I don’t think it’s fair for the players who haven’t contributed in the slightest to the Alliance Championship to benefit because of the other players who did contribute (unless, again and I cannot stress this enough, the players’ lack of participating in the tournaments is because they are dealing with real life issues).