Greetings, citizens of the World!
another week, another time to compare, how did our strongest alliances fare in terms of their damage, and who were the main heavy hitters of the week. Before we do that though, let's plug some of the great articles from the past week, which you should totally check out:
1. These Romanian newspapers recently produced several interesting statistics on Asteria and CODE (seems like less work for me to play the game, yay!) , so go and check the last few articles here: https://www.erepublik.com/en/main/newspaper/erepublik-stats-305234/1
2. Anyone, who speaks Portuguese, certainly read the following article from Rocha II - he even referenced me there, and his work seems to be amazing (even though I can't really understand the words
3. Topic of the week: Everyone (in CODE) is boycotting the tokens and the game! Why? Here: https://www.erepublik.com/en/article/token-fraud-2717961/1/20.
4. USA is making agreements with Asteria: https://www.erepublik.com/en/article/-state-america-will-prevail-2717959/1/20
5. Iran is an empire - what a time to be there: https://www.erepublik.com/en/article/empire-of-iran-2717964/1/20
6. And for people, who like drama:
Here is some drama from eUSA about some Party President "doing PTO": https://www.erepublik.com/en/article/contempt-disrepect-and-outright-lies--2718023/1/20
Here is drama from Belarus, where referendums are happening as Belarus wants to be friends again with people: https://www.erepublik.com/ru/article/-referendum-results-ru-eng-2717919/1/20
And if you speak Indonesian, go check their newspapers - seems like some people wanted to embargo Russia, and it made other people angry - if you know what that is about (I don't), please do let us know in the comment section! https://www.erepublik.com/en/article/-pres-bukan-tentang-mercen-tetapi-tentang-kita-2717978/1/20
A few general comments on the graphs presented below:
- Graphs always use the damage from the last week as displayed in eRepublik.
- All numbers are archived, so later, it will be possible to create a damage history for individual participants
- Colors of nations are used mostly based on in-game color. Colors of alliances are chosen solely by my personal preference
- Countries, which are not members of any or the aforementioned alliances, are all thrown in the "Rest" category (totaling 29 countries). From this group, two strong pro-Asteria and pro-CODE nations have been specificaly selected due to their higher activity on the battlefields. Ukraine and Indonesia have also been singled out due to their general strong performances.
Aaaand now the graphs. We start with Total Damage again, which is again going down this week. The drop is around 20% on the Ground and even a bit more in the Air. When and where will it stop...
Last week, we saw CODE winning on the Ground and Asteria in the Air. This week, Asteria heavily dominates both, with the difference between these two alliances being by several percentages. Pacifica still keeping strong third with around 12% of damage, while Andes overcame Hydra in both categories again and is getting closer to 10% as well on the Ground.
We can also look at individual members of CODE and Asteria, and check their contribution to the total damage of their alliance.
On Ground CODE side, Croatia is more dominant this week, with Turkey and Hungary also increasing their contributions. In Asteria, Iran has been going strong reaching third place, while Bulgaria and Serbia are toe on toe this week being the main Asterian benefactors.
In the Air, USA (and Albania too) is dropping their damage down due to peace deal incoming, but still manage to hold third place being only overtaken by Hungary. On Astwerian leaderboard, no changes at all, with only Iran getting closer to TOP3 while spreading their newfound empire.
Feel free to check pies for other alliances here
Do you like this article? Do you have any suggestions for improvement? Would you like to add some additional references to wars of the eWorld, which I have missed? Let me know in the comments!
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