2 days ago, the forum was polled by me on its opinion of the alliance championships. These are the results:
Of 95 people polled, a sweeping 94% thought the top tier reward was NOT reasonably obtainable.
Of 90 people polled, there was a pretty even split between those that want more skill tournaments (50%) and those that think skill and advantage tournaments should be equal in number (48%).
Of 76 individuals polled, 65% found unfair matchmaking in advantage tournaments to be a problem. Just under that, 63% found issues with creature balancing. Shouldn’t be difficult to figure out which ones just from reading this forum. 34% had an issue with the way speed ties are handled, and 25% took issue with RNG dependence.
Ratings for the bugginess of the tournament were pretty varied, but 64% of those polled ranked it between a 3 and a 5 on the buggy scale. A considerably amount.
Satisfaction for rarity restrictions were mixed. 44% voted no, 21% voted yes, and the remaining 35 were mixed. Not many conclusions can be drawn from that worth noting.
91% of those polled thought that the use of alt accounts of continuously gain points should not be allowed. That is all I will say on that matter in this post.
73% of those polled felt the participation bonus was too infrequent, and the exact same amount of people did not like the method of only gaining points via high score increase.
Motivation rankings for continuing in the championship varied, but the majority was 43% voting 3, for a middle ground between being not motivated, and very motivated.
Worthless @Ludia_Developers tag, just in case.