It's called an event sir. We have 15 events (linebattles, internal events, fun events and skirmishers) through the week. When you see the entirety of the KRA leave a game, it's to attend an event - not because I left.
There's not "more KRA when I'm online" - our group is primarily EU, and I'm also EU, so we play in EU primetime. People don't play because I do, they play because they're in the same timezone as me for primetime.
I'm pretty sure I can tell the difference between a mass-transfer to an event, and when people gradually drop off because you did. I've witnessed this happening plenty of times in the past. Anyway, I don't even know how the discussion has ended up here, it's become a bit of a derail of the thread.
I feel like at core, we both agree on the base points here; that Fort Winston appears too much, and some maps have inherent faction advantages - but I don't think rotating the issue classes as a solution.
Yeah, Fort Winston is way too clingy. I need some time apart. And no, rotating the spawns wouldn't be a permanent solution, but it's a better one than the map voting solution, imo. Let's just wait and see what happens.