Magyar Elit 爪乇 (keresőben: 184d0089)

Ez a profi csapat, itt a csatánkénti minimum 50000 pont. Az összehangolt és ütőképes csapat-koordináció érdekében a discord chat használata kötelező. Alliance részvétel opcionális, de ajánlott.

Ha nem tartasz még olyan fejlettségi szinten, hogy a pontokat hozd, válassz másik csapatot. Nem probléma, ha nem mindig tudsz játszani egyéb elfoglaltság miatt, de kérjük jelezd előre.

Magyar Elit 爪乇 ² (keresőben: 983f5e7e)

Ide csatlakozz, ha még nincs meg csatánként a személyes 50000 pontod, de aktívan játszol és fejlődni szeretnél.

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