System War Q What does EE mean? A EE stands for Estoc's Edge. This is a reference to the revamped system war released in mid-2012. The Estoc Trials marked the beginning of a new system war system. In EE, clans must sign up for war during the sign up period, and they are matched with opposing clans of similar strength. Q I want to do EE. How do I find an EE clan? A From your home screen, go to Leaders>Clans>Prestige. Here, you will find a list of the top EE clans, many of which will have feeder clans that will train you. Q What is WOC? A WOC stands for Wave of Conflict. This spell must be cast to include you in an EE war matchup. However, be careful, casting WOC when you're not part of the clan's designated active war roster may upset the balance set by the leadership and negatively affect your matchup. Casting WOC when you aren't told to may get kicked (and possibly farmed) by your host clan. Q How do you declare war? A Only clan admin and owner may declare war. To do so, simply find the clan you'd like to war and select "Declare War." Q What happens if we don’t get a matchup? A As of the writing of this post, if your clan is not matched up against a rival clan, you will be given the opportunity to participate in the Vanished Paladins EB, which will payout an equivalent amount of mithril that you cast during the spell-casting phase of the EE matchup. Q What happens if we win? AIf you win, you'll be rewarded a certain amount of mithril that will reimburse the mith you used during the matchup phase, plus an additional bonus that is proportional to your contribution to the win. The more plunder and damage you do during the war, the more mith you'll get for a win. Q What happens if we lose? A You'll be given the opportunity to participate in the Vanished Paladins EB, as described above.