Agreed Good idea +1
This. Many players make other valuable contributions than treasury goods and unless those are taken into account a "scorecard" like this will just cause animosity. There isn't even a record of who's conquered hexes for the guild (just a bugged-up semi-log that retains some of the battle information for a couple of hours at best). How does fighting 90% of the battles for a new hex compare to someone putting 100 goods into the treasury? Who's going to arbitrate when there are disagreements over the relative value of the various contributions?there are so many ways that players can contribute to a guilds gvg efforts that it would be impossible to have it all on a list & know who deserves a share of the benefits, i know this idea is to help identify what players have donated to the treasury but what about the players that take unfair trades to provide goods for others to donate, or players that have given up space to build GBs to add to the support pool or provide goods into the treasury & the players that add fps to help level up these GBs, or those that have built HoFs, or the players that motivate the HoFs so they give double power so the guild levels up quicker, or the player that isn't at a high enough age to produce goods or fight but watches the maps & lets the guild know when they are under siege
All these players deserve credit not just the ones that are most visible
Yeah, one would hope a lot of things! But people get emotional, forget it's a game meant for fun and relaxation, get hurt, act hurtful, even propose things like "turning off GvG rewards" for guildmates they feel aren't contributing, as if they've forgotten they can just ask someone to leave.One would hope that people would realize that this only considers goods donated and that others may be contributing in other ways (potentially more meaningful depending on the action).
I thought the idea was to give recognition to those donating in which case all guild members should be able to view. It will stir up the same feelings associated with polivation or fair trading but guilds manage to cope in the main with these issues so no reason why they couldn't cope with donations. Those guilds that are a little more chilled out will be fine and others will do what they always do and generate a host of rules to follow with spreadsheets galore to monitor activity.If this log gets implemented I sure hope it's only visible to the guild founder and to oneself.