Enterprise4691 wrote: »
Well...you aren't supposed to be checking SWGOH waiting for your energy to fill up in the first place. Why not go read a book? Or workout maybe? Watch a movie? CNN? Family time? friends? Or just play a few games at once if you have much free time lol. Games like this takes time. So utilise your free time not worrying about how many hours left for your energy to fill up but go and find something else to do in the mean time.
DarthLynch wrote: »
Been playing a few weeks now, and I have to say I do not mind the energy refresh rate at all. To me, it is all about finding a rhythm with the game to maximize your energy. I play in the morning while I eat breakfast. I hit use up most to all of my energy (depending on who easily I dragged myself out of bed in the morning) and burn through much of the dailies. Then I leave it be and go to work. By the time I get home & get myself together, my energy has replenished and I can get to anything I did not get to in the morning. Then it refills overnight. I also try to time things so that I have full energy when I level up so it doesn't get wasted refilling the meter.
Basically, the energy refresh is - to my mind, anyway - an equalizer of sorts. Sure you can pay to refill it, and I am sure many do, but for those who don't (or won't) then it puts us on even ground. Your game priorities may be different from mine, but the amount we can accomplish on any given day is fairly equal within the realm of chance.
Shewski wrote: »
Challenges are definitely misnamed, but leaderboards are populated based on the time you started playing, so it's not unexpected that you might be doing better than your peers. The real challenge in the game comes as your PVP leaderboard "grows" over time, as well as Galactic Wars. That is the real highlight for me, it's always a fun challenge to run the table.
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