• Dear forum reader,

    To actively participate on the forum by joining discussions or starting your own threads or topics, you need a game account and to REGISTER HERE!

[Mobile] Time until neighborly help can be given

Are you in favor of this idea?


  • Total voters
    28
  • Poll closed .

Salador

Well-Known Member
Summary
Implement a countdown timer on mobile to see when NH can be given again.

Description
It would be nice if when in Fellowship menu, time until neighborly help can be given, would be displayed when the "hands" are pushed. (see pic)

Motivation
It would make it easier to see when NH van be given again.

Possible downsides
UI + Possibly server load/decline in performance.
 

Attachments

Last edited by a moderator:

DeletedUser2236

Guest
I agree, it annoys me when i'm away from PC to not be able to tell how long is left.
Could i start visiting 2 minutes after i log off and so miss the chance to visit.
 

HolyElf

Well-Known Member
Nice idea. But I would like that it doesn’t add load to the app / server due to real time updates.
We already saw too many login issues with the real time aw feature /button added.
 

Marindor

Community Manager
Elvenar Team
Nice idea. But I would like that it doesn’t add load to the app / server due to real time updates.
We already saw too many login issues with the real time aw feature /button added.
Thank you, added that to the possible downsides.
 

SirSmithy

Well-Known Member
That won't add any load to server, since it's already sending info about when NH would be available. The only tiny load for app is to calculate time left and show it in UI.
And this timer is already visible on the map for the neighbors.
 

Enevhar Aldarion

Well-Known Member
Even though we got the big missing browser items finally added to the mobile app, there are still several smaller things like this that still need to be implemented into the app. So while this is a small thing, it would still be useful for all the players who do not do all their visiting at the same time every day to everyone.