Really, really important lesson here. People jump to conclusions all the time, and think that because something looks logical to them at a glance, they are right and those who disagree are wrong. That's not a good attitude to have...
"The only reason we buy credits and open packs
is sell them and make money to buy CR cards with these new releases there's no way we will be making money by selling those cards to buy high cost cr's if they remain at the same price."
Sir/madam, are you speaking for the ENTIRE game? I know a lot of people who buy credits for plenty of other reasons, myself included. I am an ELO
player and the only CRs I care about are the ones I win from ELO
. I buy only ELO
playable cards. I am not alone in this.
What you and some other people seem to be suggesting is that the announcement of a possibly more cost-efficient pack
has lead investors to try to dump their cards all at once. That just doesn't make any sense to me.
Imagine this scenario: Somewhere out there, a big shot card hoarder has is very close to having the funds he needs to purchase a Cr he's wanted for a long time. He starts selling cards off the top of lots that he has just laying around at prices that he expects will cause them to sell very fast.
Now add wild rumors and typical overzealous speculation about cards going Cr, the world ending, the new New Blood packs
spewing out rares like there's no tomorrow, etc.