and what is with the people who worry because they already have a maypole ?Don't worry if you don't have a Maypole yet! You will get one right after completing the very first quest .
Indeed, I'm the same! The event prize(s) have to seriously warrant players researching a new tech, with the potential of having to move to a new Age/Era, and this one is far from it; much more efficient to just stick another level on my SMBs. At least I'll get a two week break from events and have fingers crossed that the Arthur Conan Doyle historical event will be either more rewarding or better designed.You made 'Research a Technology' mandatory, again. I won't be bothering to do this event.
Some1 is a wee bit grumpy lolYou made 'Research a Technology' mandatory, again. I won't be bothering to do this event.
And please stop with the constant reminder, every single time I log in throughout each and every event, that an event is going on. The only player that doesn't know an event is going on, after being reminded twice, is the same player that hasn't logged in for awhile because they forgot their name and password.
http://forgeofempires.wikia.com/wiki/2017_May_Day_Festival_EventIs there somewhere we can get info on the list of the quests for the upcoming event in order of appearance and also the list of prizes?
I don't think they said this definitively, I think it was more along the lines that they would START looking at alternatives for researching a quest. Regardless, The May Day event would have been already finished while the 5th Birthday Event was ongoing so a bit unreasonable to expect any changes yet.In the 5th birthday thread and also during the live chat recently we were told this wouldn't be happening and that alternatives would be offered so more people could take part in the events.
this is my feeling too - i don't even get the time to redesign my city to put these new buildings into it, so a lot are still in the inventory.Event after event after event... this is now overkill, i used to look forward to events but now there is barely time to grab a coffee between the departure of one and the arrival of the next.