Fifth Campaign Stage 3 General Rules and Regulations
- The third stage of the Fifth Campaign will take place from 2 December 05:15 UTC+8 until 12 December 05:00 UTC+8.
- Stage parameters:
- All battles within Stage 3 will be played in Tier X vehicles.
- Battle format: 15 × 15.
- Battle duration: 15 minutes.
- “Fog of War” is on.
- Number of landing tournament participants: 64.
- Clans that capture a province can still participate in landing tournaments.
- Clans cannot attack landing provinces from adjacent territories.
- Vehicle lock is off.
- Division modules are on. Module mounting is free.
- Auctions are off.
- Ransacks are off.
- Revolts are off.
- Provinces do not provide income.
- Raising province income is not available.
- Province owners are not able to participate in landing tournaments, auctions, or attacks from their territories.
- Battle time shift is off. Battle time in some provinces will be shifted for 15 minutes regarding their Prime Time.
- The total number of provinces on the Global Map available within the stage: 62.
- The number of active tournament applications available per clan: 6.
- Division upkeep is free.
- Penalties for no-shows are applied.
- During the first day of Stage 3 all provinces on the Global Map will be landing provinces. When the Prime Time is over, the provinces will be changed to standard provinces for the Fifth Campaign.
- The number of landing tournament applications available during the first day of Stage 3: 16.
- If a battle for a landing province ends with a draw, challengers will be considered as defeated.
- During Stage 3, two Fronts—“Campaign: East” and “Campaign: West”—will be available. These fronts will include different territories and have their own Prime Times:
- “Campaign: East”—16.00–19.00 (UTC+8); the number of provinces in the Front: 16.
- “Campaign: West”—20.00–23.00 (UTC+8); the number of provinces in the Front: 46.
- Stage 3 Maps
- Arctic Region
- El Halluf
- Fisherman’s Bay
- Mountain Pass
- Sand River
- Siegfried Line
Stage 3 Special Rules and Regulations
During Stage 3, clans will receive special task series called Raids. For completing these task series, clans will earn Fame Points. Also, players will earn more personal Fame Points in battles for target provinces.
- Receiving Tasks. Landing.
- Clans will receive a series of clan tasks (Raids) on the Global Map. Before a Raid starts, they will select a preferred Front and Prime Time in a special menu. A target province for a clan will be defined according to the selected parameters. This province will be a landing province for the Raid.
- If the number of landing tournament applications for a landing province is higher than 32 in one Prime Time, a clan can still be added to the list of challengers, and will get a task for landing in this province. This rule is also applied in the case of reaching the maximum number of applications for all target provinces of a clan.
- One clan can get several clan task series, according to selected parameters, as described in 2.1.2. This allows several teams from one clan to complete tasks in different territories of a Front. The maximum number of active Raids per one clan—5.
- When choosing a Raid according to Prime Time, clans should keep in mind the following conditions:
- If they select a Prime Time before landing tournament lists are formed (no later than one hour before a Prime Time starts), the clan task for capturing a target province will be marked as completed after the current Prime Time ends.
- If they select a Prime Time after landing tournament lists are formed (less than one hour is left before a Prime Time starts), the clan task for capturing a target province will be marked as completed after the next day’s Prime Time ends.
- Landing provinces will move randomly after each Prime Time.
- Upon receiving a clan task series, Clans can start capturing target provinces to complete Raid tasks.
- Completing Tasks. Capturing Provinces.
- A target province for the next clan task in a Raid is selected from the number of provinces that have borders with the target province for the previous clan task and according to the following conditions:
- It is an unoccupied province.
- The province is not a target province for that clan in other Raids.
- The province is not a landing province, after a clan completes a clan task in a series. (According to 2.1.5, landing provinces move randomly on the Global Map.)
- The province is situated within a territory with the selected Prime Time.
- If provinces that have borders with the province for the previous clan task don’t match all these conditions, the searching system will increase the range of territories within the selected Prime Time until the next target province is found. In this case, the next target province can be selected from the number of landing provinces.
- A task is considered completed if the clan is the owner of the target province when battles for that province end, according to the conditions mentioned in 2.1.4.
- For capturing provinces during a Raid, clans will get the following number of Fame Points:
| ||Clan Fame Points|
|Award for capturing a target province
- After completing a task during a Raid, a clan will have the following options:
- Go on with the Raid and get a new clan task. For completing that task, the clan will earn a bigger bonus. The information about the next clan task in the series, including the target province, will be available before the decision on whether to continue the clan task series is required.
- Abort Raid. Clans will get Fame Points according to the stage of the last completed task.
- If a clan doesn’t make a decision, or the Raid ends later than three hours before a Prime Time on the target province, that Raid will be aborted, and the clan will get a bonus according to the stage of the last completed task.
- The table below shows the distribution of Fame Points after a clan completes a Raid task:
|Stage||Clan Fame Points|
- If a clan is defeated, the Raid is failed, and the clan won’t get bonuses for completing the previous tasks.
- When a Raid is failed, clans can select the next Raid and start completing its tasks.
- During a Raid, Fame Points for capturing target provinces will be awarded according to a multiplying coefficient. Its values are described in the Personal Fame Points section of these rules and regulations.
- Information about current clan Raids is displayed on the Global Map.
- Additional Clan Tasks
- If a clan disrupts a Raid by capturing a target province for another clan or several clans, and the Raid stage for this task is later than the 1st, that clan will earn 10% of the Fame Points that would have been awarded to the clan or clans for completing a clan task on that target province. The bonus is awarded only if the captured province wasn’t a target province for the clan that disrupted the Raid.
- Information about awards in all provinces is displayed on the Global Map.
Personal Fame Points
- During Stage 3, Fame Points will be awarded following the formula below:
- Fame_Points—Fame Points
- Fame_points_base—stage Fame Points coefficient—1,000
- Battle_type_c—battle type coefficient
- Event_value_c—game type coefficient. This coefficient is applied only in battles for target provinces.
- Еlo_c Elo rating coefficient equal to the Elo rating in Tier X
- Team_XP—experience earned by a team in a battle
- Battle_XP—total experience earned by both participating teams during a battle
- Team_size—team size set by the Stage 3 requirements—15
- Battle Type Coefficient (Battle_type_c)
|A landing tournament
|A battle for a province
|A battle for a province with its owner
- Game Type Coefficient (Event_value_c)
- Elo Rating Coefficient (Elo_c)
|Opponent Clan’s Elo Rating||Elo_c|
- Clans earn the same number of Fame Points per battle as any of its members that participated in a battle. For instance, clan A members earned 36 personal Fame Points in a battle. This clan will also earn 36 clan Fame Points.