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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@ T Maker: Oh, then it should be a LD release next Friday. I don't think there's a reason for it to be replaced with a NB one.
@ Tricky: It's still a long way to 100k. But, I guess that having such prices is kinda stupid. Especially if the card ain't that great.
So far there are only two reasonable objections to this decision
the rest have been a lot of complaining that has not been supported by anything other than just because
The price of NB cards will be lower on the market on the first day of availability under this new system compared to the old system. This remains to be seen. UR knows the numbers of pack sales that happens. I imagine the number of packs sold over the next 7 days is not that different from the number of packs sold under the previous system on day 1 of NB day >>> maybe a little bit higher. If this is the case, then the price will probably be a bit lower.
It can also go the other way... with missions for NB cards only open for two weeks and the ability to buy them from the market being 1 week delayed. This may actually increase the price some people are willing to pay to ensure they get the mission.
I think many people are simply forgetting that when you put a card on the market, there needs to be a willing buyer for that card at that price. It doesnt magically get removed from your inventory and replaced with clintz.
Will the number of people who want a card and are willing to pay a premium for it change? Possibly, it all depends on their motivation as to why they want the card to begin with. Maybe this change will make them want it more now, perhaps not.
You now have to wait a week to buy a card in the market. Meaning if you really want a card, you must buy credits or wait one week. The credit users who collect and play with new cards are the ones actually hurt a little bit by this.... ONLY if they do not pull the NB cards. They are heavily rewarded with exclusive use if they do pull the NB cards.
The super rich who just buy whatever they want (without ever needing to use credits ever again) are also hurt by this, but it is an inconvenience rather than any real detriment. They just wait a week to join the exclusive club.
Many people bemoan the fact that the market and the game itself is dominated by the super rich. This move takes a tiny amount of control from them. How is this a bad thing?
If you have any feedback, good or bad, at least make it useful instead of random grumbling for the sake of throwing in your 2 cents. Give an explanation instead of just grumbling (or praising) for the sake of it.
The most reasonable course of action is to actually wait and see... allow it to unfold.... see how it actually plays out... understand what may be happening... then form an opinion based on EXPERIENCE.
And like most things in life, information based on experience trumps information based on air
Saga has already said they will be looking at the numbers as this happens.
edited by wasteroftime friday 09/01/2015, 20:56