+1 for rules and banners, but I don't like the auto-kick feature. What if a guildmate just takes a week vacation and I want to keep him in anyway?
What I would really like to see though is HIGHER REQUIREMENTS, or " Invitation only". It's the 5-6th season in a row that I spend the first 5-6 days kicking every random noob who joins and who doesn't leave even after I tell him there is no space in the guild.
Guys, please stay on topic or use PM/dungeon creation subforum to share your horrible bug bases.
I was just answering a question.
Btw, back to the topic... I wanted to explain better what I wrote yesterday which resulted in a kind of unargumented rant.
I think the problem is that a base, for how hard it can be, is not worth the time spent saving it. I see sometimes posts on Facebook of people who spent TWO WEEKS saving a GR jump / pink platform / whatever. Are you serious? Two weeks for 8 golden rituals... which will get stolen on 5% many times anyway, and the people who can 2-3 star platforms are always out there. In 2 weeks I could burn 4-5 bases, get the corresponding amount of ingredients and so on. But that's platform and it may be worth it ( nope).
Let's talk about normal bases now. In a normal base, the best we can expect is some insane spawn + sawjump. You spend a couple of days saving this pixel-perfect spawn and smashing your head into the saw countless times, just to have the spawn ganged and the saw disabled, or the spawn disabled and the saw ganged as soon as you dare putting a 30k gem into the totem.
TL:DR I believe bases are too hard to save for what they offer to the defender, especially now that a base lasts just a few days even to the average player.
And I think I'm not the only one, in my guild chat we went from " what's the hardest layout for base X" to " what's the easiest to save for base X" over the last months.
I think you need to put your phone number but it's not visible to other users. You are able to find users with their tag ( like mine in my signature), and the phone number is visible only to the people you know in real life ( and therefore have in your contact list in your phone)