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Limitations

Raiding Limitations

In certain cases, there are specific restrictions on how much you can raid from another player. You will be informed about this in the respective raid report.

 

If you try to raid someone who played the game on the same (potentially public) PC at some point during the last 3 days:

  • If your target is bigger (in terms of population), you can raid them for a maximum of 2 hours of their account’s resource production
  • If your target is smaller (in terms of population), you cannot raid them
  • If your target recently received resources from someone using the same PC (or one of your sitters), you cannot raid them

 

If you try to raid someone who played the game on the same IP address (potentially in the same public network) or with whom you had a sitter connection during the last 3 days:

  • If your target is bigger (in terms of population) and in your alliance, you can raid them for a maximum of 4 hours of their account’s resource production
  • Bigger players not in your alliance can be raided unlimitedly
  • If your target is smaller (in terms of population), you can raid them for a maximum of 2 hours of their account’s resource production

 

If you try to raid someone you have no connection to but who is part of your alliance:

  • If your target is bigger (in terms of population), you can raid them for a maximum of 9 hours of their account’s resource production
  • If your target is smaller (in terms of population), you can raid them for a maximum of 6 hours of their account’s resource production

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