: I didn't think that was actually his goal, although that would be hilarious! All I've been trying to say is that the packs
themselves shouldn't have provided a significant influx of cards, especially with them being so new. If rumors like this are enough to make the economy so unstable, it's probably best not to spread them.
I'm just going to go ahead and throw a guesstimate out there.
Let's say 5000 of the new packs
were bought. (That is probably a very generous estimate... UR gets around 50k players weekly and like I said, most of them don't buy or buy less than once a month.)
Let's say that 80% of those people selected Frozn
as a clan. (Generous yet reasonable estimate there.) That's 4000 packs
Let's say that 25% of those people pulled a Kalindra. (I think that's REALLY generous.) Okay, that's 1000 new Kalindras.
Let's say that 50% of those people opted to keep her. 500.
Let's say that 50% of those people put her up for a non-fire-sale price, maybe a few hundred clintz lower. Like anyone would, pulling her from a regular pack
, so no huge impact on the economy there.
Let's say 50% of those people were SO FRIGHTENED by the rumors that they decided to sell Kal RIGHT NOW. That's 250 Kalindras sold at a reduced price, over the period of somewhere around a week.
Now keep in mind that this DOES NOT HAPPEN ALL AT ONCE. If it happens over a 5-day period, 50 crazy-priced Kals go on sale per day. In other words, ABOUT TWO PER HOUR.