Hey i dont understand what you are saying here, please explain
After I receive 15 people I will sell them a card for 50 and they will sell it back to me for 550, then I will draw the random number and sell the winner an Ambre (R) for 50 clintz.
Nice and easy, Once I have 15 people then each of them will sell me a card, any card, for 50 clintz and I will sell it back to them for 550 clintz. This pays the entry fee. I will then draw a random number and that person will get an Ambre for 50 clintz.
I will repeat this for a few Ambre that I have as spares
He will make a profit but will you get a chance to get an Ambre for 500 clintz?I think not.
I think thats the only best thing you could consider for lotteries. Lotteries are done not to get the host of the lottery broke but to help others get a good deal for something, in this case that something is Ambre. It is not as if you are buying all the tickets all for yourself. By the way, I am just explaining what I think before this situation could go somewhere unwanted because of the recent comment made about it. I'm not in way arguing with anybody.
And yes I was trying to make a little profit on the Ambres, which I had purchased at an average price of 6300 clintz, but I really do not mind if people join this lottery or not, as if not then I will just sell them on the Market. If people would like the opportunity to win an Ambre with odds of 1:15 for 500 clintz then join up. If people don't then again no problem.
The Urban Rivals team is made by lovers of all kind of Collectibles Cards Games and Trading Cards Games like: Magic the Gathering, Dominion, Vampire, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Pokemon, Wakfu TCG, Assassin Creed Recollection, Shadow Era, Kard Kombat and Might & Magic Duel of Champions.