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Introduction

Reports are generated for your account after a variety of events, such as after an attack hits a village. You will also receive reports for trades, supports, tribal invites and many other things. When you receive a new report a notification will be added along with a number to indicate how many new reports you have received.

The report notifications

To view your reports, click on "Reports" from the top menu. The usefulness of your reports folder dramatically increases with a Premium Account.


Reports are automatically sorted using of the following categories:

  • Attacks
  • Defenses
  • Support
  • Trade
  • Misc
  • Forwarded

Indicator Dots

When you are attacked or attack someone your report will be shown alongside a coloured dot. The meaning of the dots are:

  • Green.png The battle did not cause you any losses.
  • Yellow.png You won the battle but you suffered troop losses.
  • Red.png You lost the battle.
  • Red yellow.png You lost the battle, but lowered a building's level.
  • Blue.png This was a scout attack.
  • Red blue.png Your troops were defeated, but you scouted the enemy

Other icons

When attacking, there will also be one of the following icons shown:

  • Loot no.png Your troops did not loot resources to their full capacity.
  • Loot yes.png Your troops looted as many resources they could carry, and there were some left over.

Additionally, the following icons indicate the strength of your attacks and if there was a nobleman present

  • Attack small.pngA small attack of between 1 and 1000 troops
  • Attack medium.png A medium attack of between 1000 and 5000 troops
  • Attack large.png A large attack of over 5000 troops
  • Noble.png One or more noblemen were present

Filters

Sometimes you won't need particular reports or you will get too many of them. In that case you can set up a filter. You can find the option under Filters on the left menu. Once you have activated it, you will not receive any further reports until you remove the filter. Please be aware this is different from filtering your already received reports to look for reports that meet certain criteria. Setting up a filter does not remove any previously received reports.

The interface for filtering reports is shown below:

Filters.png

Interesting Report Filters

Of particular interest are the following:

  • Resource deliveries - It is possible to stop receiving reports about resource deliveries, which can greatly reduce the number of reports received at later stages of the game.
  • Attacks and Support - Some players choose to disable these when faced with a large amount of 'fake' attacks incoming. The "Your attacks without any losses for you" option is also used by some players when sending out large amounts of 'farm' attacks intending to loot resources from attacks made on other players.
  • Invitations from tribe - This option stops players from sending you an invite to their tribe.
  • Friendship requests from other players - This option stops you from receiving friendship requests. Other players will simply no longer have the option to send you a friendship request.

Folders

It is possible to create multiple folders and store reports using the 'Folders' menu. If you enable the Loot Assistant, a folder labelled Loot Assistant will automatically be created for you after you generate the first report from a Loot Assistant attack. You can rename the folder if you wish.

Archive

From time to time you may choose to archive reports of certain events by placing them in the archive folder. Premium users are able to set how long they want to store these archived reports, for up to 24 months.

Publishing a report

Using the publish option you can publicize a report, enabling other players to view it without having to log into the game. Once published, the report can be viewed by everyone that knows the URL - the location of the publicized report on the internet. Publicized reports have the following options (accessible via the 'manage rights' link):

The options for publishing a report.

I can't find my reports!

Reports can go missing because of the powerful report filter. If you did not receive a report from an attack it's a good idea to check your 'Attack' filters first. You can do this by going to reports and clicking on filter. Also make sure you're in the correct folder and are looking at the correct type of report.

The search filter (shown below) may also hide reports that do not match the criteria. The search filter.

Lastly, it's important to note that the option Friendship requests from other players disables getting friend requests, and the option Invitations from tribes disables getting tribe invites.