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Name:Kings of War
Hersteller:Mantic Games
Beliebtheit:Das Spiel wird von 4% der T³-Nutzer gespielt.
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Durchschnittliche Bewertung 4.4 nach 215 Stimme(n).

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Dies ist eine Liste aller unterstützter Armeen/Fraktionen, ihre prozentuale Verteilung unter den Spielern und eine statistische Auswertung im Turnierumfeld:
Name VS VA TEi TSt TSi
Das Rattenvolk0%0%000
Das Staubkönigreich0%0%000
Die Herde0%0%000
Die Liga von Rhordia0%0%000
Legionen des Abgrunds0%0%000
Mächte der Natur0%0%000
Die Bruderschaft0%0%000
Die Varangur0%0%000
Königreiche der Menschen0%0%000
The Trident Realms of Neritica0%0%000
Zwerge des Abgrunds0%0%000
  • VS: Welcher Anteil der Spieler spielt die Armee.
  • VA: Welchen Anteil aller Armeen stellt diese Armee.
  • TEi: Wie oft wurde die Armee auf einem Turnier gespielt.
  • TSt: Wie stark ist die Armee auf Turnieren. Die stärkste Armee wird dabei auf den Index 100 gesetzt (siehe Armeerangliste). Ein Wert von 0 bedeutet, dass noch nicht genug Daten für eine Berechnung vorliegen.
  • TSi: Wie oft hat die Armee ein Turnier gewonnen.
  • Wenn hinter einem Namen noch eine Armee/Fraktion in Klammern steht, bedeutet dies, dass der Eintrag ein Subtyp dieser Armee/Fraktion ist.
Die Daten der Verteilung basieren auf 1 Spielern aus Luxemburg mit 1 Armeeeinträgen. Die Turnierdaten basieren auf 0 Turnierplatzierungen. Wenn du dich registrierst, kannst du deine eigenen Armeen eintragen.


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