If you’re running out of Clintz to buy yet more cards from the Market, it couldn’t be easier! To give you a little boost, for a limited period we are going to reward any purchases of packs you make with Clintz!”
1 Ultimate pack purchased = 4,000 free Clintz
Offer valid from Friday, March 28th, to Sunday, March 30th, at midnight (Paris time).
edited by Raquella friday 28/03/2014, 10:10
I have to agree . 4k for a not that great pack ... Change pack or make new one . Hmmm Idk the game has changed a ton many over powered cards . Back when I start it was rare to see some cards . Now everyone uses same cards .... Ugh . Anyway still love game jyst shitty deal so to speak . Deathmatch is pointless also . New mode to replace would be great . Maybe a credit survivor or perhaps new solo also hmmm idk . Have a good one all no hard feelings
Hmm, I think Gareth really nailed it on the head here. About six months ago, I quit this game for three reasons: the game became too repetitive/boring, the guilds in and of themselves were either dead or incredibly "annoying", and the admins were handing out content that either seemed financially-biased or catered to only a small genre of people rather than all of them. Six months later, and I can't exactly see any difference. The cards they added share the same old abilities/bonuses, the "fun, new game mode" is easily exploited by the veterans who now apparently run this game, the guilds look virtually unchanged (mind you I haven't exactly seen any of them, nor do I want to for that matter), and I've received two emails from this game in the past month that have seemed incredibly fishy (one of them mentioning a 5-star rescue that doesn't exist, and the other one being this). Prior to my retirement, I made a bunch of lengthy comments about the state of this game. Rather than copy/paste all of them, I'll just sum them up: In order for this game to get better, everything in it needs to. The admins need to actually give the whole community what they need rather than just a small section of it, and the guilds need to climb off those giant plinths they put themselves on before the castle around them turns to rubble. Then, and only then, will this game change for the better and become something other than a failed MtG remake.