How Is Prestige Calculated?
Individual prestige is the average of the power index (PI) of the top five Champions of each player. Improving the hero ratings of those five Champions will increase your individual prestige.
Your alliance prestige will be the average prestige across the alliance. It is initially calculated based on the average of the individual prestige of every member in your alliance. This means that members leaving or joining the alliance will modify the alliance prestige value.
This value is very important for alliance quests, as it will determine the initial difficulty of the opponents. The higher the difficulty, the more points you will earn per battle! This will allow your alliance to place higher in the event and hit milestones faster.
How Does Prestige Change During an Alliance Quest?
Winning alliance quest maps will temporarily add prestige points to the total alliance prestige. Losing will temporarily reduce points. The adjusted prestige will reset to the base value (the average prestige across the alliance) once the alliance quest event ends.
When the map ends, your newly adjusted alliance prestige value will determine the difficulty of the next map.
How Does Prestige Affect My Score?
As your prestige increases, the difficulty of the maps and pool of potential scores increases as well. As you raise your prestige, the threshold for the number of points you can receive raises. In other words, an alliance with a lower prestige will only be able to receive so many points until their base prestige either lowers or increases.
When your base alliance prestige changes, the alliance will have a new amount of points they will be able to obtain.
If I Change My Individual Prestige During the Alliance Quest, Will the Alliance Prestige Increase?
Changing your individual prestige once the alliance quest event is active will not affect the total alliance prestige for that event. The difficulty and available points will remain the same. However, the updated prestige will be used in the next event.
If the Alliance Prestige Remains the Same for Each Map, Will the Score Be Identical at the End?
While the alliance prestige will determine the difficulty of the maps and cap of your alliance score, you will need to win battles and remove nodes to receive the actual points. Completing 100% of the map will earn the maximum amount of points available for that difficulty.
Once the map ends, prestige will be added or removed from your total alliance prestige, and you will move on to the next map based on the new value. Each map contains different enemies, which can lead to different maximum score values as their base PI changes.
What Happens When the Alliance Quest Event Ends?
The adjusted prestige value does not carry over to the next alliance quest event. Your alliance prestige will reset to the base value (the average prestige across the alliance) once the event ends.