Summoners, we recently encountered an issue with the Alliance Quest Setup Phase Starting Timer that may cause the Setup Phase Starting Timer to display erroneous information, though we are working on a fix for it as quickly as possible. Additionally, if the Setup Phase does not let you plan your days in advance, you will be able to once the Event officially begins on the Alliance Quest Start date.

For clarity, the next Alliance Quest Enlistment Phase will begin on December 5 at 20:00 UTC, regardless of what the in-game timers display.

The next Alliance Quest Start will be on December 6 at 20:00 UTC. This is when Summoners should be able to enter each Map.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to resolve this issue.

Cheating Members | Auto Alliance Removal

Thankfully, we have not had any cheaters on our alliance as we are very vigilant to our players, however this seems to be a big concern for many alliances:

Cheater gets on an alliance.
Alliance isn't aware as they don't to have the appropriate tools to identify this.
Kabam identifies a Cheater.
Cheater is penalized.
Alliance is penalized.
Alliance has no way of identifying said Cheater.


When a Cheater is identified by Kabam and they are banned, they are auto-kicked from any alliance they are on.

A message that in the alliance tab is sent that says: "Username" has been kicked by Kabam

A warning message is automatically sent to the alliance leader only that says:

A member of your alliance has been kicked for violation of our Terms of Service. Any reinstatement of "username" into your alliance will result in penalties for your alliance automatically including a drop in rating and 30 day ban for you, the leader of the alliance.

Simple, easy fix. Can we make this happen?


  • imaginejimimaginejim Posts: 333 ★★
    @kabam_valkyrie I see you are active....
  • imaginejimimaginejim Posts: 333 ★★
    @Kabam Valkyrie
  • BluDragonBluDragon Posts: 113
    This (OP) is exactly what should happen. I don't see the problem with identifying the cheater.
  • This should be the way that cheaters are dealt with.
  • Maat1985Maat1985 Posts: 1,704 ★★★
    They should atleast do the auto kick.....
  • StarDarts_89StarDarts_89 Posts: 419 ★★
    Sounds simple yet effective to me
  • Katy_CandyKaty_Candy Posts: 175
    If Kabam just banned the cheater,even for a week, the the alliance would know who dropped their war rating. This whole thing makes no sense to me on Kabam’s end.
  • crystaldsmithcrystaldsmith Posts: 474 ★★
    We were docked last week and still can't get anyone to admit that they've piloted. We have no way to know who it was. We never even got an email from Kabam saying we were docked or why. Honestly it's terrible. You're basically giving power to the cheaters and promoting them to hide their identities, and screw over other people. Terrible practice.

    Cheaters need to be banned as an initial step. There's no reason to protect them.
  • Maldroit2Maldroit2 Posts: 739 ★★★
    While the OP has a good idea, I would disagree with the last part where trying to add him again ends in a 30 ban for the leader. I think that is too strict, as it doesn't take into account players who reformed. Also, how are you supposed to run an alliance with an inactive leader? This seems like punishing 28 people for 2 peoples problems.
  • SolswerdSolswerd Posts: 1,832 ★★★★
    If they were willing to autokick cheaters from allys, they would be willing to identify them. (since it essentially would identify them)
    Until they change their privacy policy, this isn't going to happen.
  • FR33_HUG5FR33_HUG5 Posts: 1,197 ★★★★
    I agree with the penalty in regards to the cheater being auto booted from the alliance. Yet a message from Kabam in said alliance that the cheater was booted by Kabam, does out them as a cheater, doing an end run in regards to privacy.

    I suggest that no message or notification be given by Kabam. The individual caught cheating is booted/banned. This way the appropriate punishment is made, without Kabam violating the privacy policy.
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