Do you think that Travian should implement this change? 21
Yes (6) 29%
No (14) 67%
Don't care (1) 5%
Greetings good people of Travian! This affects players that send out many raids, and when a raid gets countered all of their other troops in the capital that were not out marching also fail to evade.
Currently the gold club auto evasion has what I deem to be an error, and the error is that the troops in a capital will disobey a direct order when compromised by other troops that are returning home. To add clarity I will explain this in detail with an example. In Travian the current auto evade compromises all troops in the capital when an attacker is within 10 seconds of your own troops that are returning home. The problem with this is that all of your scouts in your capital will die as a result, and that is because they are disobeying the direct order to evade.
How can troops that were not sent out anywhere be countered.
Here is the example;
Let's imagine that you have 100 scouts in your capital, and you have a raiding party of 5 other troops that are returning back to the capital. In this example the enemy troops that are attacking your capital get lucky, and the attack just happens to land within 10 seconds of those 5 troops that are returning to the capital. As a result the 100 scouts that are already in the village will disobey a direct order to evade, and of course the 5 troops returning home get compromised as well which is to be expected. In a real combat scenario the 100 scouts that were already in the capital would still follow their generals order to evade, and the 5 troops that were returning home would be left to die because they really are compormised.
I do not agree that ALL the troops that were in the capital that were never sent out anywhere should be compromised since they weren't marching anywhere, so I created this poll to see if other Travian players agree. To recap the 100 scouts in the example are perfectly capable of following their generals orders, and that is because they weren't already out marching. The 5 troops that were being followed do not evade the attack which is logical, and that is because the 5 troops were already mobile. If you agree it's wrong that all of your scouts in the capital should die because of unlucky timing from a returning raiding party. Then vote yes if you agree! If you think that those scouts are incapable of evading the incoming attack even though they have plenty of time to evade then vote no.
This vote could implement a change to the auto evade feature, and any troops that are being followed by an attacker will not evade which is fair; however, the troops that were not on the march should follow the direct order to evade.