The level protection system comes into effect once a player decides to begin attacking other planets for resources and XP. However, once you advance up to higher levels there comes a point where you need to attack someone of your same level or in your level range. As the starlings put it theselves: "You need a better challenge."
As seen in the chart (first right), the higher you excel through the levels there forms a minimum level which you can attack. Although there is a minimum level a player can attack, it's not the same for the reverse; a player of any level can advance against a colony higher then them. After being attacked by a lower level though you are allowed to have revenge. E.g. A level 450 gets attacked by a level 70, the level 70 is now vunerable to attack from the level 450- So watch who you attack!!!
WARNING: If a player attacks someone higher level then them according to the chart below, they are allowed revenge, and the chart does not apply. The defender gets one "revenge" attack counter for each attack the lower level player does on them, and these counters appear to last indefinitely until consumed by an attack.
EXAMPLE: A player is level 10 and proceeds to attack a level 14 planet. According to the chart, the level 14 can not attack the 10. But because the level 10 player attacked first, the level 14 is now allowed an attack against said player.
WARNING: If you are part of an alliance that is at war with another alliance, the level restrictions for attacking are TURNED OFF against the enemy alliance! This means that someone hundreds of levels above you could attack you if they so chose (which they often do). Beware of this before joining a combat-focused alliance!
|Your Level||Minimum LvL to attack||Your Level||Minimum LvL to attack|
|36||32||72+||Look at the picture above.|
- The table above maybe not accurate because all the systems of galaxy life and leveling is actually being modified all the time.
- Initial damage protection for new users changed to 7 days.