Switching Worlds - What good is it?
I have accepted some of the gifts from others in the Switching Worlds column. All I can see is that I end up with beginning a new game. What is the benefit? I had 46 "switching" offers. Why would I need 46 different games?
They made 3 words because there are 3 races, some players would like to test all the races so they can just make another world and start over with the new race, each one is separated from each other though, if you have 46 switches that means you got 46 gifts from other players who play in other worlds because each world has it's own silver, gifts, allies....
When you get a gift in the world you're playing it's just listed as a gift, if a friend from a world you haven't started playing sends you a gift, it asks you to switch to that world (#2 or #3) and start a game so you can collect all the gifts from that world. Once you've started playing a world the gifts are only send to you if you're playing the world they're from, to see the others you need to manually switch worlds.
The point of having 3 worlds is so you can "start over" with a new race without losing what you've built up for the first race.
NOTE: the UPGRADE INGREDIENTS are SHARED between worlds and are automatically collected no matter where you are, the only items that are world specific are troops, spells, "buildings" (walls, plants, roads, etc.) and requests to power shrines (I think that all, but I might have missed something).
Thx, this is good info!