I know Flare is currently implementing a system where a player has to truly be “online” in order for him or her not to be attacked, but please change the way the system detects such a behavior. It’s obviously not working as intended.
I was doing a “marathon” raid and I was up to rank 7, then “BAM” players started attacking me while I was obviously online since I was constantly raiding.
I don’t know why the system is so “complex”. Make it simple, i.e. if a player doesn’t do any raids (raids include ninja raid, war raid, PL raid or normal raid) within 5 minutes, then he can be “attacked” even if he is online. If he does the raid again, then he “comes back online”, and shall not be able to get attacked. It should be as simple as that. If a player raids every 5 minutes just to avoid being attacked, then, well… he is considered online!
Either that, or just lift up the “restriction” where everyone can attack anyone. Having a really double standard complex system that is triggered by an unknown time period or condition is frustrating.
p.s. I went from Rank 7 to not being able to even participate in the 5300 Ninja tier because the system was “triggered” while I was doing my raids, while it wouldn’t switch off no matter how long I shut down the game.