Its safe to say that fr took a heavy toll on this games population, lots of inactive players, i understand wanting to create another game for their customers, but the timing of it was atrocious
theres been a huge market drop in cards since dt started awarding prizes lyse dropping from 12m to 6m korr 14m to 10m marly halving itself in price, this definitely makes players not want to take a risk on investments since it seems the market isnt going to repair itself.
Why not reduce the amount of prizes given in dt, or just limit who can win the first prize?
from 1-10 = first prize
from 11-30 = 2nd prize
from 31-70 = third prize
from 71-120 = fourth prize
from 121-150 = fifth prize
this just means that players new to the game scoring in the 50's wont win a korr end up trading for a cheap prize and dropping his overall value
and slowly removing the amount of prizes given out to 3 a day, 5 a week, 10 a month.
Staff weekly bans, not like before, where they would ban the cards weeks in advance not knowing what the upcoming elo week would be like, but to actually have staff players play elo that week and ban whatever they beleive would be too common next week allowing for diversity the following week
; Ongh free, mono Jungo runs rampant as always, but dont ban Ongh that week, instead ban something like Jean, it wont cripple them as its just a staff ban that last a week, and theres plenty of other 2 stars in the clan, it will just give players the push they need not
Look at the guy that just won 2 cr in DT.....
best positions 52-43...
and look at his records......
UR is a shame
Goodness gracious, that is monumentally Lucky.
I think it's clear that most people are against such high concentration of CR prizes distributed through DT - even more so the fact that huge prizes like that can be won by players that don't even need to be any good.
The prizes for DT really ought to be reduced in value, if not also frequency. The people that play solely for the top 150 and chance at the lottery will still play for the free stuff, and the top players will still try and win. The current value of the prizes is far too disproportional to the skill and effort of those winning them.