Guild Rumbles are fierce competitions where you battle other guilds for ultimate supremacy!
Players must be level 5 to Create or Join a Guild. Although players can join a guild during Rumble, you cannot leave or kick guild members until the event has ended.
You need at least 15 members in your Guild to participate in Rumble.
EVENT STRUCTURE and TIMING
Guild Rumbles begin on a Thursday at 14:00 GMT and end the following Tuesday at 14:00 GMT. The event repeats every three weeks and is affected by the current BGE. When the event is active, the "Coming Soon!" text on Rumble island will be replaced with a timer that is counting down how much time is left before the event ends.
Timers for in-game events are always visible on the corresponding island and in the 'Special Events button in the main menu. There is also a Current & Upcoming Events thread on the official forums, updated regularly.
Some exceptions may apply, but changes in regularly scheduled events will be announced on the official forums.
MATCHES and MATCHMAKING
Guild Rumbles consist of 10 total matches (also referred to as 'rounds').
Each match begins with 1 hour of "matchmaking" wherein your guild is matched with an opponent before you can begin battling.
The match round will last for 12 hours including the 1-hour matchmaking. Once the match ends, your guild is automatically and immediately put into matchmaking for the next round. After the 1-hour matchmaking period, your guild will face a new opponent Guild. This will repeat every 12 hours.
The Guild you face is calculated using a number of factors, including how each Guild has performed in previous Matches of the Rumble.
The top of the Guild Rumble screen will show you the name of the Guild you are facing, both your Guild and your opponent's current Rank in the Guild Rumble, current point total of each Guild, and time until the Match ends.
BATTLES & SCORING
During a match, all players from both guilds get 10 Battles (). Use these Battles () to fight a random player from the opposing guild and earn Personal Points ().
A win will get you the most Personal Points (), but taking damage (to hero or cards) or losing cards in battle will reduce the total points won, even from a victory. The Guild who has earned the highest total points wins the Match!
Tap or click on the Information Icon () on either side of your screen to view how many Personal Points () each member of the Guild has contributed towards the Guild's total.
To help ensure that guild members are "pulling their own weight," there is a minimum personal points requirement with Guild Rumble reward tiers. Additional details below.
The 'Event' tab has a lot of helpful information: your Guild's Current Ranking, time remaining for the Guild Rumble, your total Personal Points (see below), and what is needed for you to earn the next rewards. Click or tap on the 'Rewards' button to look at other tiers and the possible rewards.
The way your guild performs throughout the duration of the event matters greatly! You must aim to be as highly ranked, as consistently, as possible for the best results. The points earned, matchmaking, and next Rank will all depend on your starting and current rank from each Match.
The 'Rankings' tab will show you the top ranked guilds in this event. Not all guilds will be visible in the scrollable portion, but your Guild information will always be visible on the screen, even if you did not make it into the top leaderboards.
The 'Rewards' tab will show you which rewards you are eligible to receive. There are two key pieces of information here: Tier and Personal Points ().
The rank that your guild ends on will determine which Tier rewards your guild has unlocked. You personally must contribute enough points to your guild's success in order to actually get those rewards.
The 'Guild' tab will show you how many points members of your guild have collected so far, including you.
The 'Matches' tab will display previous rounds of the Rumble and a 'W' if your guild Won that round or an 'L' if your guild Lost that round.
At the end of the event, the final rankings are calculated. You will win items and rewards based on how well your Guild placed at the end of the Rumble.
Guild Rumble Rewards will automatically be sent to players via the Mailbox ( ) to claim.
Below is a list of all rewards by rank and tier.
RUMBLE REWARDS (updated June 14, 2018)
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Epic Input Card
|4 - 10||4500||1500||Dual||Quad||7000||2000||3500|
|11 - 25||4250||1250||Dual||Quad||6000||2000||3500|
|26 - 50||4000||1000||Single||Quad||5000||2000||3500|
|51 - 75||3750||900||2000||Single||Quad||5000||3000|
|76 - 100||3500||800||2000||Single||Quad||5000||3000|
|101 - 200||3250||700||1800||Single||Quad||5000||2000|
|201 - 300||3000||600||1600||Single||Quad||5000||2000|
|301 - 500||2750||500||1400||Single||Dual||5000||2000|
|501 - 1000||3500||400||1200||Dual||5000||1500|
|1001 - 2000||2350||300||1000||Dual||5000||1000|
|2001 - 3500||2200||200||800||Dual||5000|
|3501 - 5000||2100||100||700||Dual||5000|
|5001 - 10000||2050||50||600||Single||5000|
|10001 - 25000||2000||40||500||Single||5000|
|25001 - 50000||1000||350||Single||500|
Don't let your guildmates do all the work! You must meet the Personal Points () requirement of each reward Tier to claim rewards. Once your rankings turn white, it means you're eligible for that reward.
If you cannot meet the Personal Points tier your Guild was able to reach, you will get the rewards for the highest personal points tier you reached.
The rewards are listed below. You can also click "See All Rewards" in-game view additional Reward Tiers and requirements.
You can now select a Defense Deck in Rumbles.
Click or Tap on the Defense Deck Icon () in the bottom right of the screen to pull up the deck selection menu and select which deck you want to use.
Use the Edit Deck screen to update your decks and tap your Hero to switch heroes.
Whichever deck you pick as your Rumble Defense deck will be used when other players fight against you in their battles.