Single Player Looking for an Alliance? Post Here

Ducky Posts: 2,255 Community Moderator
edited April 2018 in MPQ Alliances
Rules for this Thread
  1. Please edit your post if you've accepted an alliance. It is a courtesy to the other recruits and to the alliance leaders that you edit your post to say you've accepted an alliance invite once you've found a new home in-game. Once players have indicated they have found an alliance, their posts will be removed from the thread.
  2. First time posters need approval. If you've never posted here before, there is an approval process that takes place before the post appears.
  3. Don't reply to individual posts. If you see someone you're interested in, PM that person. Any post that isn't an individual seeking an alliance will be deleted.
  4. Don't advertise your alliance here. If you're an alliance leader, there's a thread for you to recruit in. Posting here will result in that post getting deleted as well as the offending poster likely receiving a warning (especially for repeat offenders).
  5. After posts reach 30 days, they will be deleted. This is to keep the player pool fresh and active for inquiring commanders looking for recruits.

Tips for Recruitment
  1. Post relevant tournament information. Don't post "I average top 50 in PvP"; rather post "I average 700 points in PvP". It gives alliance leaders a clearer understanding of who you are and what you're capable of. Same thing for PvE events - saying top 5 doesn't mean all that much if you missed half of the progression rewards. Give specific examples from recent PvEs about how many points you scored. Also, when listing Versus Season scores, list your simulator score as well (it helps give recruiters an idea of what your average Versus score is versus "padding" that comes from the simulator).
  2. Highlight your roster strengths and roster plans. Listing all your characters is equivalent to padding your resume with fluff. No one honestly cares that you have a level 25 Moonstone with 13 covers. List your 3*'s and which ones you're currently working to level up. Or if you're a 2* player, list your 2*'s that you're working on and which 3* you're trying to transition in and who they'll be replacing. This gives recruiters an idea of how much thought you're putting into the game and whether you have any sort of plan for how you're going to play in the future. If you have a Gamependium setup of your roster, a link to it would help with this as well.
  3. Link your current alliance. Assuming it won't upset or get you kicked out of your current alliance, provide the name of your current alliance so that recruiters can view your profile directly.
  4. Express your expectations. Alliances exist to serve one another. You should be very clear about what your expectations are regarding what you are seeking in an alliance (e.g. how social they are, how competitive they are, etc.).
  5. Be reasonable in your expectations. If you're a semi-daily player with all 2*'s, don't expect an invite to a top 50 or even a top 100 alliance.
  6. Be courteous and honest in your posting. Lying about how active you are or what your roster looks like is being discourteous and wasting everyone's time. So be honest, and be content with your style of gameplay.

How to get in a top 100 PVP alliance
Now that seasons are underway for 4* Thor, and now that alliances are defaulting to 20 members, I thought I'd offer some tips for players seeking to get into the top 100 alliances. This is based off what I saw in season VII, and I expect it will only go up as more alliances get to fighting strength. If you don't feel you can maintain this level of activity, then don't join an alliance aiming for the top 100. You will only be setting yourself up for future discord as the season comes down to the wire.
  1. Average Versus score needed: 800+. This should be the average that you shoot for to keep your alliance in the top 100 for any given event. Fail to meet this score and you'll risk upsetting your alliance leaders and set yourself up to be replaced.
  2. Average Season score needed: 9,500+. This should be your target number. If you're on track to reach this target great. If it looks like you'll come in lower than that, consider pushing the simulator to boost your own number.
  3. Average Sim score needed: 1500+. Sim is padding on top of what you earn in the versus events. It can be lost which makes it very hard to gauge how solidly in the top 100 your alliance actually is. Aiming for 1500 points is a solid and maintainable margin of points to help keep your alliance up in the rankings.

If you feel there are other tips or rules that should be included, please PM me directly. Do not reply to this thread with your suggestions. Any post that isn't an individual seeking an alliance will be deleted.

*Updated 4 May 2017 - Altered Rule 1 and added Rule 5.
*Updated 30 April 2018 - Altered Rule 5.


  • DyingLegend
    DyingLegend Posts: 1,125 Chairperson of the Boards
    edited November 2022

    ** Update : I was able to find an alliance, thank you all ! ***

    I've decided to part ways with my alliance. Only 10 Active players currently.

    I have a strong 5* and 4* star roster.

    I average 800+ in PVP events ( higher if i have required boosted characters)
    I mostly complete PVE events ( depends on rewards)
    Simulator I finish around 2000+
    I play daily
    I prefer a casual alliance, no money requirements ETC.

    I am mainly looking for an alliance that completes boss events or comes close. My alliance never gets past the 2nd four star reward.

  • Dulk
    Dulk Posts: 1 Just Dropped In

    Hello everyone,
    So after more than 4 years of playing I decided to change alliance as mine only has 5 active players.

    What do I offer?

    • Little to no communication at all, don't expect me to appear in chat a lot at by no means will I join to Line, Discord, Telegram or whatever. I already spend too much time playing this game.
    • No competitive play in any category.
    • Almost completely free to play, so do not expect any shared purchases from me.
    • Eventually work travels so it's possible that there are days with less play and less rewards.
    • I'm in Europe, a different time zone to many of you.

    -Wow, that's amazing, I want to know more.

    • I use to play daily. More than I should, I've to admit.
    • 312 Roster slots, meaning all 2* (farm), 3* (almost all twice, farm starting rn) and 4* rostered. 61/80 5* with 6 champed at low levels.
    • I try to play every pve event and finish them in T100, scl10, slice 2, 2nd split is my usual. This means I get full progression rewards and a little bit more but more than often I don't play optimally neither I do all nodes full clear + full points.
    • I try to play every pvp event and get full (25) progression, which means 700 to 900 points. But this is far to be fixed or a target, let's say I can do it 2/3 and the other life take it hard or I just forget and that's ok for me.
    • In pvp seasons I use to finish in the 7500 range of points, Simulator around 1500.
    • There are seasons I take it easy because I need a rest and I don't no participate that much in pvp or skip some events completely.

    -So, are you interested in my profile? really? why? what I'm looking for:

    • An alliance that takes it easy, doesn't push, I already spend more time than I should in this game.
    • Full bosses rewards.