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Posted: 16 May 2017 03:41 PM   [ Ignore ]  
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Greetings Bannermen,

The Muse Phase will be running May 19th - May 23nd. As previous multi-day AvA Phases, Brimaester will be updating this thread with the top 10 alliances for each regional Superlative based off the previous day’s standings. These daily updates are scheduled for no later than 3:00 PM ET (20:00 UTC). With this information of who is winning or in contention for each of the Superlatives from day to day, we hope it inspires everyone to do their best and as always we wish good luck to all participants.

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Posted: 17 May 2017 07:00 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]  
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Hi Bannermen,

Here are the (corrected) Muse phase Daily Superlative Standings for yesterday (May 19th). Today’s standings will be posted by 18:00 UTC tomorrow. Please keep in mind that Daily Standings are not an indicator of the final results which will be posted approximately 4 days following the phase.

THE NORTH — “Most camp damage dealt by an Alliance per participant in The North (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Bran’s Beasts — -361,762 Damage
2nd: Kingswood Outlaws — -116,172 Damage
3rd: Exiles and Outlaws — -104,560 Damage
4th: The White Raven Guard — -94,682 Damage
5th: Kings of Winter — -88,633 Damage
6th: Shenanigans — -70,150 Damage
7th: Shagga Likes Axes — -70,018 Damage
8th: Ghosts of Wynterfell — -67,974 Damage (Regional VP Leader)
9th: A Gathering Of Dragons — -53,956 Damage
10th: Chosen of the Dragon — -49,106 Damage
   
IRON ISLANDS — “Most barter attacks by an Alliance per participant in Iron islands (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Here We Stand’ — 250 Barter Attacks
2nd: Mostly Unheard Mutterings — 181 Barter Attacks
3rd: Knights of the Winter Rose — 155 Barter Attacks
4th: Taking the Blackfish — 146 Barter Attacks
5th: House Of Fire — 138 Barter Attacks
6th: Reek What You Sow — 128 Barter Attacks
7th: Mole’s Town Mercantile — 111 Barter Attacks
8th: The Dragon League — 84 Barter Attacks
9th: The People of the Dragon — 80 Barter Attacks
10th: Lupus Aquila — 62 Barter Attacks
   
WESTERLANDS — “Most active VP earned by an Alliance in Westerlands” 
1st: The Lancers — 2,793,757 Active VP (Regional VP Leader)
2nd: Fury Unchained — 2,342,721 Active VP
3rd: The Rolling Crows — 1,524,331 Active VP
4th: Together We Are The Storm — 1,113,417 Active VP
5th: Freelancers — 871,360 Active VP
6th: House of Black and White — 539,473 Active VP
7th: The Frozen Shields — 533,884 Active VP
8th: New Beginnings and Alternate Endings — 527,534 Active VP
9th: Eye Spy Alliance — 508,153 Active VP
10th: Halfmans Horde — 496,123 Active VP
   
CROWNLANDS — “Most wounds inflicted through offensive actions by an Alliance in Crownlands” 
1st: Dontos for the Iron Throne — 9,748 Wounds
2nd: Red September — 6,122 Wounds
3rd: A Brotherhood without Banners — 5,400 Wounds
4th: Shagga Likes Axes — 3,726 Wounds (Regional VP Leader)
5th: Barristan’s Dragons Guard — 3,116 Wounds
6th: The Lancers — 3,100 Wounds
7th: Ghosts of Wynterfell — 3,058 Wounds
8th: Brotherhood Of The Silver Sands — 2,783 Wounds
9th: The Bannermen — 2,478 Wounds
10th: The Black Council — 2,478 Wounds
   
STORMLANDS — “Most Spy Points gained by an Alliance per participant in Stormlands (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Winter Dragons — 167 Spy Points
2nd: Here We Stand’ — 141 Spy Points
3rd: Nephilim — 134 Spy Points
4th: The Prancing Stag — 123 Spy Points
5th: Empire of Westeros — 107 Spy Points
6th: Fire and Blood’ — 78 Spy Points
7th: Forlorn Hope — 78 Spy Points
8th: Original Protectors of the Realm — 77 Spy Points
9th: The Greyish Council — 76 Spy Points
10th: Griffin’s Roost — 68 Spy Points
   
DORNE — “Most aid attacks per participant in Dorne (minimum 5 participants)” 
1st: Otter Marauders — 1,034 Aid Attacks
2nd: The Dark Wolves of the North — 276 Aid Attacks
3rd: R’hllor God of Flame and Shadow — 226 Aid Attacks
4th: The Fist of First Men — 212 Aid Attacks
5th: Weirwood Protectorate — 163 Aid Attacks
6th: League of the Rolling Blue Barrels — 138 Aid Attacks
7th: Knights of the Queensguard — 116 Aid Attacks
8th: The Guardians of the Rose — 101 Aid Attacks
9th: Here We Stand’ — 101 Aid Attacks
10th: the dark wheel — 88 Aid Attacks
   
THE REACH — “Most successful steal attacks delivered by an Alliance in The Reach” 
1st: Queen of Dragons — 5,829 Steal Attacks
2nd: Balerion’s Ashes — 3,631 Steal Attacks
3rd: Original Protectors of the Realm — 2,664 Steal Attacks
4th: Black Vipers — 2,444 Steal Attacks
5th: The Black Council — 2,079 Steal Attacks
6th: Patron Saints of Quality Footwear — 561 Steal Attacks
7th: Winter is Coming Alliance — 491 Steal Attacks
8th: La Quinzieme Flamme — 351 Steal Attacks
9th: Ghosts of Wynterfell — 346 Steal Attacks
10th: Kiss of the Dragon — 182 Steal Attacks
   
RIVERLANDS — “Most Sworn Swords lost by an Alliance (attacking and defending) in Riverlands” 
1st: Last Sentinels of the Godswood — 1,313 Sworn Swords
2nd: Shenanigans — 1,268 Sworn Swords
3rd: Baratheon’s Bastards — 1,225 Sworn Swords (Regional VP Leader)
4th: Coven of Khaleesi’s Dragons — 782 Sworn Swords
5th: DB is a Douche — 688 Sworn Swords
6th: Baratheon’s Blades — 406 Sworn Swords
7th: Ghosts of Wynterfell — 316 Sworn Swords
8th: Kong’‘s Landing — 229 Sworn Swords
9th: The Nerd Walkers — 217 Sworn Swords
10th: The Sandship — 206 Sworn Swords
   
THE VALE — “Most wounds received through defending by an Alliance per participant in The Vale (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Poisonous Malevolence — 194 Wounds
2nd: First Brotherhood Without Manners — 127 Wounds
3rd: House of Blackfyre — 83 Wounds
4th: Trinity — 71 Wounds
5th: Kong’‘s Landing — 61 Wounds (Regional VP Leader)
6th: A Thousand Eyes and One — 60 Wounds
7th: Baratheon’s Bastards — 60 Wounds
8th: New Beginnings and Alternate Endings — 57 Wounds
9th: Strength and Hodor — 56 Wounds
10th: Baratheon’s Blades — 47 Wounds

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Posted: 17 May 2017 07:00 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]  
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Hi Bannermen,

Here are the Muse phase Daily Superlative Standings for yesterday (May 20th). Please keep in mind that Daily Standings are not an indicator of the final results which will be posted approximately 4 days following the phase.

THE NORTH — “Most camp damage dealt by an Alliance per participant in The North (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Bran’s Beasts — -826,754 Damage
2nd: Exiles and Outlaws — -326,729 Damage
3rd: The White Raven Guard — -307,264 Damage
4th: Kingswood Outlaws — -296,185 Damage
5th: Ghosts of Wynterfell — -259,760 Damage (Regional VP Leader)
6th: Von Stromm BloodLine — -211,016 Damage
7th: Shagga Likes Axes — -149,452 Damage
8th: Ice Edge — -139,629 Damage
9th: Shenanigans — -106,939 Damage
10th: Kings of Winter — -105,327 Damage
   
IRON ISLANDS — “Most barter attacks by an Alliance per participant in Iron islands (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Here We Stand’ — 588 Barter Attacks
2nd: Mole’s Town Mercantile — 513 Barter Attacks
3rd: Mostly Unheard Mutterings — 391 Barter Attacks
4th: Gaeaf yn Dod — 372 Barter Attacks
5th: Knights of the Winter Rose — 279 Barter Attacks
6th: Reek What You Sow — 234 Barter Attacks
7th: Taking the Blackfish — 203 Barter Attacks
8th: Iron Vengeance — 194 Barter Attacks
9th: House Of Fire — 190 Barter Attacks
10th: The People of the Dragon — 146 Barter Attacks
   
WESTERLANDS — “Most active VP earned by an Alliance in Westerlands” 
1st: The Lancers — 12,112,036 Active VP (Regional VP Leader)
2nd: Fury Unchained — 10,817,924 Active VP
3rd: The Rolling Crows — 5,863,922 Active VP
4th: Freelancers — 2,686,064 Active VP
5th: The Frozen Shields — 2,504,153 Active VP
6th: Fury Untamed — 2,224,120 Active VP
7th: Valyrian Dire Wolves — 2,028,813 Active VP
8th: New Beginnings and Alternate Endings — 1,786,453 Active VP
9th: Together We Are The Storm — 1,735,106 Active VP
10th: German North Wolves — 1,603,371 Active VP
   
CROWNLANDS — “Most wounds inflicted through offensive actions by an Alliance in Crownlands” 
1st: Dontos for the Iron Throne — 33,114 Wounds
2nd: The Bannermen — 22,243 Wounds
3rd: A Brotherhood without Banners — 16,230 Wounds
4th: Red September — 14,409 Wounds
5th: Shagga Likes Axes — 12,743 Wounds (Regional VP Leader)
6th: Ghosts of Wynterfell — 12,711 Wounds
7th: Barristan’s Dragons Guard — 11,688 Wounds
8th: Guardians of the Direwolf Den — 8,968 Wounds
9th: League of Justins — 8,029 Wounds
10th: Brotherhood Of The Silver Sands — 7,256 Wounds
   
STORMLANDS — “Most Spy Points gained by an Alliance per participant in Stormlands (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: The Maegi — 1,061 Spy Points
2nd: The Russians — 478 Spy Points
3rd: Winter Dragons — 346 Spy Points
4th: The Greyish Council — 283 Spy Points
5th: Empire of Westeros — 235 Spy Points
6th: Here We Stand’ — 233 Spy Points
7th: Nephilim — 215 Spy Points
8th: Guardians of the Fourteen Flames — 171 Spy Points
9th: Original Protectors of the Realm — 169 Spy Points
10th: Fire and Blood’ — 165 Spy Points
   
DORNE — “Most aid attacks per participant in Dorne (minimum 5 participants)” 
1st: Otter Marauders — 2,006 Aid Attacks
2nd: The Fist of First Men — 541 Aid Attacks
3rd: Weirwood Protectorate — 487 Aid Attacks
4th: The Dark Wolves of the North — 457 Aid Attacks
5th: R’hllor God of Flame and Shadow — 321 Aid Attacks
6th: Knights of the Queensguard — 299 Aid Attacks
7th: Here We Stand’ — 293 Aid Attacks
8th: The Guardians of the Rose — 269 Aid Attacks
9th: League of the Rolling Blue Barrels — 252 Aid Attacks
10th: the dark wheel — 177 Aid Attacks
   
THE REACH — “Most successful steal attacks delivered by an Alliance in The Reach” 
1st: Queen of Dragons — 19,389 Steal Attacks
2nd: Balerion’s Ashes — 11,031 Steal Attacks
3rd: The Black Council — 6,801 Steal Attacks (Regional VP Leader)
4th: Black Vipers — 4,861 Steal Attacks
5th: Patron Saints of Quality Footwear — 3,054 Steal Attacks
6th: Original Protectors of the Realm — 2,664 Steal Attacks
7th: Winter is Coming Alliance — 2,425 Steal Attacks
8th: Frozen Fire and Steel — 889 Steal Attacks
9th: La Quinzieme Flamme — 852 Steal Attacks
10th: Sun Moon and Stars — 444 Steal Attacks
   
RIVERLANDS — “Most Sworn Swords lost by an Alliance (attacking and defending) in Riverlands” 
1st: Baratheon’s Bastards — 7,826 Sworn Swords (Regional VP Leader)
2nd: Shenanigans — 5,962 Sworn Swords
3rd: Last Sentinels of the Godswood — 2,936 Sworn Swords
4th: Coven of Khaleesi’s Dragons — 1,559 Sworn Swords
5th: Kong’‘s Landing — 1,461 Sworn Swords
6th: TMoney and StefDiddy — 1,202 Sworn Swords
7th: DB is a Douche — 1,125 Sworn Swords
8th: Shagga Likes Axes — 985 Sworn Swords
9th: The Nerd Walkers — 799 Sworn Swords
10th: Baratheon’s Blades — 795 Sworn Swords
   
THE VALE — “Most wounds received through defending by an Alliance per participant in The Vale (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Trinity — 344 Wounds
2nd: Baratheon’s Bastards — 303 Wounds
3rd: New Beginnings and Alternate Endings — 281 Wounds
4th: Poisonous Malevolence — 271 Wounds
5th: Kong’‘s Landing — 265 Wounds (Regional VP Leader)
6th: Strength and Hodor — 182 Wounds
7th: House of Blackfyre — 170 Wounds
8th: Valyria — 142 Wounds
9th: First Brotherhood Without Manners — 129 Wounds
10th: Baratheon’s Blades — 123 Wounds

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Posted: 17 May 2017 07:00 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]  
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Hi Bannermen,

Here are the Muse phase Daily Superlative Standings for yesterday (May 21st). Please keep in mind that Daily Standings are not an indicator of the final results which will be posted approximately 4 days following the phase.

THE NORTH — “Most camp damage dealt by an Alliance per participant in The North (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Bran’s Beasts — -1,273,910 Damage
2nd: Exiles and Outlaws — -584,192 Damage
3rd: Kingswood Outlaws — -455,852 Damage
4th: The White Raven Guard — -453,003 Damage
5th: Ghosts of Wynterfell — -305,693 Damage (Regional VP Leader)
6th: Von Stromm BloodLine — -218,635 Damage
7th: Ice Edge — -159,226 Damage
8th: Shagga Likes Axes — -144,649 Damage
9th: Shenanigans — -143,822 Damage
10th: Howls in the Night — -133,621 Damage
   
IRON ISLANDS — “Most barter attacks by an Alliance per participant in Iron islands (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Mole’s Town Mercantile — 934 Barter Attacks
2nd: Here We Stand’ — 820 Barter Attacks
3rd: Mostly Unheard Mutterings — 600 Barter Attacks
4th: Gaeaf yn Dod — 541 Barter Attacks
5th: Knights of the Winter Rose — 476 Barter Attacks
6th: Iron Vengeance — 450 Barter Attacks
7th: Reek What You Sow — 374 Barter Attacks
8th: Taking the Blackfish — 261 Barter Attacks
9th: House Of Fire — 247 Barter Attacks
10th: The People of the Dragon — 215 Barter Attacks
   
WESTERLANDS — “Most active VP earned by an Alliance in Westerlands” 
1st: The Lancers — 21,935,019 Active VP (Regional VP Leader)
2nd: Fury Unchained — 20,332,520 Active VP
3rd: The Rolling Crows — 9,329,105 Active VP
4th: Freelancers — 4,852,770 Active VP
5th: Fury Untamed — 4,194,992 Active VP
6th: The Frozen Shields — 3,888,353 Active VP
7th: Ghosts of Wynterfell — 3,795,462 Active VP
8th: Valyrian Dire Wolves — 3,548,318 Active VP
9th: New Beginnings and Alternate Endings — 2,994,629 Active VP
10th: Baratheon’s Bastards — 2,950,940 Active VP
   
CROWNLANDS — “Most wounds inflicted through offensive actions by an Alliance in Crownlands” 
1st: Dontos for the Iron Throne — 55,988 Wounds
2nd: The Bannermen — 34,904 Wounds
3rd: Red September — 30,535 Wounds
4th: A Brotherhood without Banners — 24,732 Wounds
5th: Ghosts of Wynterfell — 23,299 Wounds
6th: Shagga Likes Axes — 21,138 Wounds (Regional VP Leader)
7th: Barristan’s Dragons Guard — 20,482 Wounds
8th: Paying the Iron Price — 16,166 Wounds
9th: The Black Council — 15,391 Wounds
10th: Brotherhood Of The Silver Sands — 14,479 Wounds
   
STORMLANDS — “Most Spy Points gained by an Alliance per participant in Stormlands (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: The Maegi — 1,522 Spy Points
2nd: The Russians — 808 Spy Points
3rd: Winter Dragons — 538 Spy Points
4th: Here We Stand’ — 523 Spy Points
5th: The Greyish Council — 472 Spy Points
6th: Empire of Westeros — 317 Spy Points
7th: The Prancing Stag — 278 Spy Points
8th: Nephilim — 275 Spy Points
9th: Original Protectors of the Realm — 269 Spy Points
10th: Fire and Blood’ — 267 Spy Points
   
DORNE — “Most aid attacks per participant in Dorne (minimum 5 participants)” 
1st: Otter Marauders — 2,330 Aid Attacks
2nd: The Fist of First Men — 840 Aid Attacks
3rd: Weirwood Protectorate — 719 Aid Attacks
4th: Knights of the Queensguard — 574 Aid Attacks
5th: R’hllor God of Flame and Shadow — 496 Aid Attacks
6th: The Dark Wolves of the North — 446 Aid Attacks
7th: Here We Stand’ — 400 Aid Attacks
8th: The Guardians of the Rose — 336 Aid Attacks
9th: League of the Rolling Blue Barrels — 302 Aid Attacks
10th: the dark wheel — 239 Aid Attacks
   
THE REACH — “Most successful steal attacks delivered by an Alliance in The Reach” 
1st: Queen of Dragons — 28,494 Steal Attacks
2nd: Balerion’s Ashes — 17,719 Steal Attacks
3rd: The Black Council — 7,739 Steal Attacks (Regional VP Leader)
4th: Black Vipers — 6,447 Steal Attacks
5th: Patron Saints of Quality Footwear — 3,054 Steal Attacks
6th: Winter is Coming Alliance — 2,836 Steal Attacks
7th: Original Protectors of the Realm — 2,664 Steal Attacks
8th: Frozen Fire and Steel — 2,274 Steal Attacks
9th: Sun Moon and Stars — 1,449 Steal Attacks
10th: La Quinzieme Flamme — 852 Steal Attacks
   
RIVERLANDS — “Most Sworn Swords lost by an Alliance (attacking and defending) in Riverlands” 
1st: Baratheon’s Bastards — 9,482 Sworn Swords (Regional VP Leader)
2nd: Shenanigans — 7,896 Sworn Swords
3rd: Last Sentinels of the Godswood — 4,775 Sworn Swords
4th: TMoney and StefDiddy — 3,093 Sworn Swords
5th: The Broken Tower — 3,020 Sworn Swords
6th: Coven of Khaleesi’s Dragons — 2,084 Sworn Swords
7th: The Nerd Walkers — 1,878 Sworn Swords
8th: The Chaos Ladder — 1,874 Sworn Swords
9th: Baratheon’s Blades — 1,706 Sworn Swords
10th: DB is a Douche — 1,588 Sworn Swords
   
THE VALE — “Most wounds received through defending by an Alliance per participant in The Vale (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Baratheon’s Bastards — 509 Wounds
2nd: Trinity — 481 Wounds
3rd: Poisonous Malevolence — 406 Wounds
4th: Rickon’s Rebels — 360 Wounds
5th: Kong’‘s Landing — 354 Wounds (Regional VP Leader)
6th: New Beginnings and Alternate Endings — 353 Wounds
7th: Strength and Hodor — 311 Wounds
8th: First Brotherhood Without Manners — 298 Wounds
9th: Winter is Coming Alliance — 253 Wounds
10th: Valyria — 227 Wounds

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Posted: 17 May 2017 07:00 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]  
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Hi Bannermen,

Here are the Muse phase Daily Superlative Standings for yesterday (May 22nd). Please keep in mind that Daily Standings are not an indicator of the final results.

THE NORTH — “Most camp damage dealt by an Alliance per participant in The North (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Bran’s Beasts — -1,543,643 Damage
2nd: Exiles and Outlaws — -800,773 Damage
3rd: The White Raven Guard — -530,225 Damage
4th: Kingswood Outlaws — -518,812 Damage
5th: Von Stromm BloodLine — -351,066 Damage
6th: Ghosts of Wynterfell — -295,937 Damage (Regional VP Leader)
7th: Shenanigans — -253,972 Damage
8th: The Broken Tower — -234,889 Damage
9th: Kings of Winter — -224,984 Damage
10th: Ice Edge — -212,657 Damage
   
IRON ISLANDS — “Most barter attacks by an Alliance per participant in Iron islands (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Mole’s Town Mercantile — 1,248 Barter Attacks
2nd: Mostly Unheard Mutterings — 853 Barter Attacks
3rd: Here We Stand’ — 838 Barter Attacks
4th: Bran’s Beasts — 826 Barter Attacks
5th: Gaeaf yn Dod — 781 Barter Attacks
6th: Iron Vengeance — 728 Barter Attacks
7th: Knights of the Winter Rose — 709 Barter Attacks
8th: Reek What You Sow — 444 Barter Attacks
9th: Taking the Blackfish — 323 Barter Attacks
10th: Lions of Castle Rock — 304 Barter Attacks
   
WESTERLANDS — “Most active VP earned by an Alliance in Westerlands” 
1st: The Lancers — 27,998,342 Active VP (Regional VP Leader)
2nd: Fury Unchained — 21,442,625 Active VP
3rd: The Rolling Crows — 11,060,287 Active VP
4th: Baratheon’s Bastards — 6,890,237 Active VP
5th: Ghosts of Wynterfell — 6,819,712 Active VP
6th: Freelancers — 6,584,319 Active VP
7th: Fury Untamed — 6,270,964 Active VP
8th: The Frozen Shields — 5,586,401 Active VP
9th: Valyrian Dire Wolves — 4,844,242 Active VP
10th: New Beginnings and Alternate Endings — 4,733,230 Active VP
   
CROWNLANDS — “Most wounds inflicted through offensive actions by an Alliance in Crownlands” 
1st: Dontos for the Iron Throne — 72,734 Wounds
2nd: The Bannermen — 46,204 Wounds
3rd: Ghosts of Wynterfell — 37,643 Wounds
4th: Barristan’s Dragons Guard — 36,753 Wounds
5th: A Brotherhood without Banners — 35,662 Wounds
6th: Red September — 33,349 Wounds
7th: Shagga Likes Axes — 31,859 Wounds (Regional VP Leader)
8th: Paying the Iron Price — 22,416 Wounds
9th: The Black Council — 22,131 Wounds
10th: Guardians of the Direwolf Den — 19,309 Wounds
   
STORMLANDS — “Most Spy Points gained by an Alliance per participant in Stormlands (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Somersault — 4,703 Spy Points
2nd: The Maegi — 1,850 Spy Points
3rd: The Russians — 1,748 Spy Points
4th: Here We Stand’ — 642 Spy Points
5th: Winter Dragons — 570 Spy Points
6th: The Greyish Council — 541 Spy Points
7th: The Prancing Stag — 444 Spy Points
8th: Empire of Westeros — 413 Spy Points
9th: Original Protectors of the Realm — 333 Spy Points
10th: Guardians of the Fourteen Flames — 310 Spy Points
   
DORNE — “Most aid attacks per participant in Dorne (minimum 5 participants)” 
1st: Otter Marauders — 2,898 Aid Attacks
2nd: The Fist of First Men — 1,164 Aid Attacks
3rd: Weirwood Protectorate — 913 Aid Attacks
4th: Knights of the Queensguard — 847 Aid Attacks
5th: R’hllor God of Flame and Shadow — 623 Aid Attacks
6th: The Dark Wolves of the North — 617 Aid Attacks
7th: Here We Stand’ — 426 Aid Attacks
8th: The Guardians of the Rose — 421 Aid Attacks
9th: League of the Rolling Blue Barrels — 317 Aid Attacks
10th: the dark wheel — 264 Aid Attacks
   
THE REACH — “Most successful steal attacks delivered by an Alliance in The Reach” 
1st: Queen of Dragons — 34,953 Steal Attacks
2nd: Balerion’s Ashes — 31,422 Steal Attacks
3rd: The Black Council — 13,049 Steal Attacks (Regional VP Leader)
4th: Black Vipers — 8,653 Steal Attacks
5th: Winter is Coming Alliance — 5,583 Steal Attacks
6th: Original Protectors of the Realm — 3,331 Steal Attacks
7th: Patron Saints of Quality Footwear — 3,054 Steal Attacks
8th: Frozen Fire and Steel — 2,790 Steal Attacks
9th: Sun Moon and Stars — 2,175 Steal Attacks
10th: La Quinzieme Flamme — 1,647 Steal Attacks
   
RIVERLANDS — “Most Sworn Swords lost by an Alliance (attacking and defending) in Riverlands” 
1st: Baratheon’s Bastards — 9,980 Sworn Swords (Regional VP Leader)
2nd: Shenanigans — 9,750 Sworn Swords
3rd: Last Sentinels of the Godswood — 5,840 Sworn Swords
4th: The Broken Tower — 4,416 Sworn Swords
5th: TMoney and StefDiddy — 3,743 Sworn Swords
6th: The Chaos Ladder — 2,909 Sworn Swords
7th: Coven of Khaleesi’s Dragons — 2,822 Sworn Swords
8th: The Nerd Walkers — 2,715 Sworn Swords
9th: Dragon’s Vengeance — 1,976 Sworn Swords

   
THE VALE — “Most wounds received through defending by an Alliance per participant in The Vale (min 5 phase participants)” 
1st: Trinity — 646 Wounds
2nd: Poisonous Malevolence — 638 Wounds
3rd: New Beginnings and Alternate Endings — 597 Wounds
4th: Baratheon’s Bastards — 558 Wounds
5th: Winter is Coming Alliance — 414 Wounds
6th: Kong’‘s Landing — 402 Wounds (Regional VP Leader)
7th: Strength and Hodor — 397 Wounds
8th: Rickon’s Rebels — 347 Wounds
9th: Valyria — 342 Wounds
10th: First Brotherhood Without Manners — 297 Wounds

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Posted: 20 May 2017 02:31 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]  
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Those Steal numbers in the Reach look too low.  Please check again.  Thanks!

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Um, the blog said Dorne would be Aid attacks. Might want to check your work. wink

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Vickon Greyjoy - 20 May 2017 02:31 PM

Those Steal numbers in the Reach look too low.  Please check again.  Thanks!

Will definitely have our data guy check to see if the numbers are right. Thanks for your note.

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Vickon Greyjoy - 20 May 2017 02:31 PM

Those Steal numbers in the Reach look too low.  Please check again.  Thanks!

Thanks Vickon, you were right and we’ve corrected the error. Much appreciated.

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Posted: 26 May 2017 02:54 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]  
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ThIs is the 2nd time that Dontos have won superlatives (the 1st time we won 2) and also the 2nd time that you haven’t actually expanded on the winners in your blog. In the Slayer phase (and others), you have written up a nice report that shows you appreciate the effort that the GoTA players make to compete in regions and for superlatives. This phase, ‘Dontos for the Iron Throne’ changed our plan specifically to win the ‘Ser Dontos’ superlative!

It’s great for our members to win the superlative with our name, but seeing as we get no title and no rewards, surely my guys and girls deserve a little shout out in the blog for what was actually a very tough phase for us. And the same goes for other winners of superlatives (and some close runners up), not to mention some epic battles to win regions or claim positions.

Please see what you can do about this. The superlatives are a great idea, but the players deserve more.

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Posted: 26 May 2017 03:43 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 10 ]  
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Stinksofsquid - 26 May 2017 02:54 PM

ThIs is the 2nd time that Dontos have won superlatives (the 1st time we won 2) and also the 2nd time that you haven’t actually expanded on the winners in your blog. In the Slayer phase (and others), you have written up a nice report that shows you appreciate the effort that the GoTA players make to compete in regions and for superlatives. This phase, ‘Dontos for the Iron Throne’ changed our plan specifically to win the ‘Ser Dontos’ superlative!

It’s great for our members to win the superlative with our name, but seeing as we get no title and no rewards, surely my guys and girls deserve a little shout out in the blog for what was actually a very tough phase for us. And the same goes for other winners of superlatives (and some close runners up), not to mention some epic battles to win regions or claim positions.

Please see what you can do about this. The superlatives are a great idea, but the players deserve more.

Mark,
Dontos for the Iron Throne.

I agree. ‘Dontos for the Iron Throne’ saw the announcement of the Ser Dontos superlative, and right away we knew we had to go for that one! And we nailed it (although Ser Dontos isn’t known for wounding people raspberry).
We don’t expect special credit for the coincidence, and it’s totally ok for superlative-winners to not get any in-game rewards… But in general, why set up superlatives, if the alliances that win them don’t at least get a nice, little two-sentence story in the blog?
Maybe after all, there should be a nice little reward (a single peerless seal?) for winning a superlative. Makes it more rewarding to really go for it. smile

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Posted: 26 May 2017 05:11 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 11 ]  
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Stinksofsquid - 26 May 2017 02:54 PM

In the Slayer phase (and others), you have written up a nice report that shows you appreciate the effort that the GoTA players make to compete in regions and for superlatives. This phase, ‘Dontos for the Iron Throne’ changed our plan specifically to win the ‘Ser Dontos’ superlative!

It’s great for our members to win the superlative with our name, but seeing as we get no title and no rewards, surely my guys and girls deserve a little shout out in the blog for what was actually a very tough phase for us. And the same goes for other winners of superlatives (and some close runners up), not to mention some epic battles to win regions or claim positions.

Please see what you can do about this. The superlatives are a great idea, but the players deserve more.

Hi Mark,

The results blog is primarily to list the winners. A few days after the results blog we follow this up with our Post Phase analysis. During the Slayer Phase, we delayed the results which lead us to combine both into one blog post but please keep an eye out for our analysis blog early next week.

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Posted: 26 May 2017 05:33 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 12 ]  
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Ruadhan - 26 May 2017 05:11 PM
Stinksofsquid - 26 May 2017 02:54 PM

In the Slayer phase (and others), you have written up a nice report that shows you appreciate the effort that the GoTA players make to compete in regions and for superlatives. This phase, ‘Dontos for the Iron Throne’ changed our plan specifically to win the ‘Ser Dontos’ superlative!

It’s great for our members to win the superlative with our name, but seeing as we get no title and no rewards, surely my guys and girls deserve a little shout out in the blog for what was actually a very tough phase for us. And the same goes for other winners of superlatives (and some close runners up), not to mention some epic battles to win regions or claim positions.

Please see what you can do about this. The superlatives are a great idea, but the players deserve more.

Hi Mark,

The results blog is primarily to list the winners. A few days after the results blog we follow this up with our Post Phase analysis. During the Slayer Phase, we delayed the results which lead us to combine both into one blog post but please keep an eye out for our analysis blog early next week.

Thanks Ruadhan,

I don’t think you’ve mentioned the superlative winners in 2 separate blogs before, but good to know that you’re going to do more to acknowledge some of the achievements in the Muse phase.

The superlatives are a great feature of AvA and a chance for alliances that aren’t one of he biggest to have their moment in the sun.

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