I would like to know how much defence is needed to stop someone opping you when you are the larger player.
My understanding was when a smaller player ops a large player it is based on the number of wizards/agents (modified by magic bonus for wizards) modified by the spell difficulty.
In my case i had 150k wizards the person opping me had 1 mil net worth,
i do not know there exact wizard count but as they had over 100 planets with buildings and some other fleet my guess was around 500-600k wizards.
I was estormed 7 times with no fails, since its a hard op i thought they needed 6 times my power as we are both partax that would be 900k wizards while technically possible doesn’t seem likely given there pcount and previous networth.
I then upped my wizard count to 300k and they opped me a few more times with no fails, so now i don’t know how much defence is needed. 300k should have been enough to stop 1.8 mil wizards? they only had 1.05 mil networth at the time of the second lot of ops, so they couldn’t have that many?
If someone could let me know how its meant to work that would be great.
The actual formula would be even better.
Numbers needed to cast spells and defend against spells have been screwed up for a lot of years. I’ve seen instances where a Partax is trying to hit another Partax and fails consistently despite having more wizards than the other person has net worth.