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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayfield View Post
    You "left" your neighbors in a bind when you were ill for a long period of time. You left them with no one to trash task, you left them with no one to kick out moochers and freeloaders. I am sorry you can't see how unfair that was. But on the upside the new leader did the same, so in a few weeks she will also be removed as leader and maybe you will get your spot back.
    Well thats kind of harsh dont you think 🤔
    anyway this so called new leader havent been online for over a month and the system havent changed the leadership yet, so i have to quistion how well this work 🤔

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karina71 View Post
    Well thats kind of harsh dont you think 樂
    anyway this so called new leader havent been online for over a month and the system havent changed the leadership yet, so i have to quistion how well this work 樂
    I am sorry you feel I was harsh. I was just stating the truth. I understand that you didn't do it intentionally but you did do it. I would just like to see people take responsibility for the consequences of their actions.
    I have never been in your situation. I have never been in a neighborhood where there was absent leadership so I do not know the time line that Supercell has set up for leadership removal and reassignment. I have heard that there were glitches in the system but I can't say for certain.
    This is what I have heard and it may or may not be true.
    If a leader has not logged on in 30 days leadership passes to the next longest active player. From what I have heard it doesn't automatically go to the co leader.
    Here is the kicker, the leader can open the game, do NOTHING, and retain their leadership. They don't have to chat, start producing anything or even open the daily dirt. They can even opt themselves into the derby JUST to be a jerk and tank the neighborhoods chances at winning a trophy.

    If it really has been over 30 days and leadership hasn't changed hands your best bet is to get everyone to leave for a new neighborhood. YES it will take you time to get to champions league again but it will take a lot less time then it will for this leader to be removed apparently.
    Instead of thinking of this as a setback. Change your take on it, you and your team will be gaining top three prizes in the lower level derbies on your climb to champions league again.
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    Consequnces of their action :-O :-O so if a person gets seriously ill for a longer time it should have consequences for that person............. Can’t you hear how stupid that sounds.......

    Quote Originally Posted by Hayfield View Post
    I am sorry you feel I was harsh. I was just stating the truth. I understand that you didn't do it intentionally but you did do it. I would just like to see people take responsibility for the consequences of their actions.
    I have never been in your situation. I have never been in a neighborhood where there was absent leadership so I do not know the time line that Supercell has set up for leadership removal and reassignment. I have heard that there were glitches in the system but I can't say for certain.
    This is what I have heard and it may or may not be true.
    If a leader has not logged on in 30 days leadership passes to the next longest active player. From what I have heard it doesn't automatically go to the co leader.
    Here is the kicker, the leader can open the game, do NOTHING, and retain their leadership. They don't have to chat, start producing anything or even open the daily dirt. They can even opt themselves into the derby JUST to be a jerk and tank the neighborhoods chances at winning a trophy.

    If it really has been over 30 days and leadership hasn't changed hands your best bet is to get everyone to leave for a new neighborhood. YES it will take you time to get to champions league again but it will take a lot less time then it will for this leader to be removed apparently.
    Instead of thinking of this as a setback. Change your take on it, you and your team will be gaining top three prizes in the lower level derbies on your climb to champions league again.
    Last edited by Karina71; August 13th, 2019 at 08:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karina71 View Post
    Consequnces of their action :-O :-O so if a person gets seriously ill for a longer time it should have consequences for that person............. Can’t you hear how stupid that sounds.......

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    Don't make everyone co-leaders, elders is sufficient.
    You just want trusted deputies to be co-leaders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PedrosPlotThickens View Post
    Don't make everyone co-leaders, elders is sufficient.
    You just want trusted deputies to be co-leaders.
    I agree. I do not understand hood leaders that make most everyone a co-leader. They obviously do not know the rank requirement structure. It is all in the in-game help information. A co-leader has specific responsibilities to uphold that position. If you cannot full-fill it then you are not a co-leader. I guess in this case, it should be someone that would be willing to give you the leadership back in case something unforeseen did happen to prevent coming to the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by Karina71 View Post
    Consequnces of their action :-O :-O so if a person gets seriously ill for a longer time it should have consequences for that person............. Canít you hear how stupid that sounds.......
    Wow! What a rude flare that was. If a person was really seriously ill, they are no longer going to care about any video game. Otherwise whether illness, vacation or something unforeseen, a responsible leader could find just 2 minutes of their life to log in and transfer leadership a trusted hood member then post a brief explanation in chat. The natural instinct for many leaders is to become over possessive and greedy of the hood and position. They do not really own the neighborhood or anything except their account.

    I think the system should be modified to not only de-rank an abandoned leader but also kick that player out of the neighborhood. Inactive players only clutter up a hood. As it is now, it be reasonable decision for the new leader to kick out the old inactive leader.
    Last edited by dtx725; 4 Weeks Ago at 11:39 AM.

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