The biggest rave this year is just about to start. With artists and DJs a go–go, as well as party-goers of all persuasions, it’s gonna be one hell of a night!
The question is will the Sentinel be able to handle the chaos that is sure to follow?!
Nena sneaks out dragging her brother Beck along with her: the portal twins from the Skeelz have arrived. Roots sculptor, Fudge unveils his latest 100% recycled creations but finds himself overshadowed by the following of new Junkz DJ, Skyler.
As the Sentinel’s only mounted police officer, it’s Lacasse’s job to control any outbursts that might occur during the show.
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This is way too greedy no offense, this is like step 2 after the "you must purchase credits before selling your cards in the market", if you're a new player, game is being spoiled cause of this. I've been buying new blood cards right away ever since because I don't surely get them in the packs and this is very disappointing
Also, if you are really trying to control the market system, you might consider improving your reward system. Seriously, it's faster to become rich grinding dt's prior to buying packs plus tokens than grinding your elo score for a whole week, (reason elo top 25 is 1420's not 1470's like it used to be). Just a humble opinion of course but this new rule is a really bad idea and displeasing to your players
The question is how many more packs will actually be opened over the next 7 days compared to the 1 day.
That is only thing that will affect the starting price of the cards once these four cards hit the market.
Thats it. So how many????
Few, if any, regular credit users were opening packs mid-week or mid-releases. The mantra has always been buy on NB day or Cr announcement days
Will there be a slight drop in price of NB cards? Yeah probably. But this change is good for the people who use credits (purchased or earned in game). Not so good for the people who no longer use credits and just but new cards out of the market.
Overall this is a positive change.
This rewards those who play a lot and earn credits and/or those who buy credits. The only group this affects negatively are the super rich who sit on multi-millions of clintz who no longer have to play or buy credits and still maintain Divinity/Eternal status. And even then, they only lose their status for a week.
edited by wasteroftime friday 09/01/2015, 18:23
Kimedis @ Post 26:
Completely agreed. No other reason for me to spend money on credits now - I would have been able to flip the cards for a quick, big profit and that was the main reason for buying NB packs on Day 1, not for actually obtaining the cards. Why is it that you rarely see purchasing NB packs after the first weekend? Cause by that time the cards aren't worth as much.
Eventually I'll get the card.....If I really want the card, I can wait a week - especially because when they hit the market they're going to be a lot cheaper than they would have been if they were immediately available.
Agree with daxose. This actually DISCOURAGES people from SPENDING on CREDITS for new blood
The people won't get as much from the flipping of the cards. The market will be overloaded with the card one week after release and it will be dirt cheap.
@ Tricky: He used to be around 300k, right? 500k before that. Now, I wouldn't say from that to 100k is "not much".
I don't mind this change that much myself, because what Daxose said in post 69, but it doesn't seem right, for some reason.
@ T Maker: Who said anything about a new Leader? If you're referring to that FB image, it wasn't a real card in planning.
Just a funny RL card they made on one of their meetings, I think.