He’s about to turn Collector, but still won’t surrender to anyone… You won’t find him on a mission, but as a Ghost Level reward in this new and special Fantasy Rivals Terminus! On the menu are clans that might well welcome with open arms individuals hailing from Rhynn…but which ones? Will you manage to shake off all your opponents until you reach 13 wins?
One thing’s for sure: the Terminus attraction is a real success for Judge Lynch, who denies having used funds to subvert the outcome of the Miss Clint City Beauty Contest…
And while we’re on the subject of Miss Clint City, Miss Calamity can now be found in all the packs! (Except New Blood) Get hold of her quick, and happy gaming to you all!
edited by UM_AaaBattery sunday 24/11/2019, 08:33
How is this a GOOD outcome for literally anyone?
Had staff said this prior to the pack:
- More people would have bought the pack, raising their revenue.
- There would have been clarity about #Merweiss as opposed to this situation.
- Players would have had more warning in advance.
- The market wouldn't be in complete flux like it is now.
Regardless, missions should be happening. 13 wins at Terminus is totally unachievable without extreme luck (as is arbitrarily stumbling across an AI on freefight).
Missions are the antithesis of this - they provide clear objectives for players to fulfil.
I fully agree with you Ares
Giving a evenge toxic and consume card with 9 power for free shouldn't be easy and like a lot of people have said , they technical did give us a mission in do a complete series in terminus. If they really did give a mission and didn't do this terminus, then people could only get one Merwiss for free
Not that I particularly care one way or another about having a mission or not having one, I do agree with most that this is a bit duplicit in nature to imply/suggest one thing and then do another; it's just bad business.
Honesty has a way of resonating well with people; saying that you are unsure about creating a mission from the beginning would've made this decision far more reasonable, but given the prior comments it just adds unnecessary confusion. Indecision isn't a sign of weakness; it's only natural to mull over things, but if you are going to make a reasonable commission to move forward, you either have to stay committed to it (especially if it concerns your customer base) or address the issue as quick as possible (to avoid the conundrum we're at now).
Yes, granted, it was, in fact, suggestion (and thereby not set in stone), but you must recognize the authority you possess as an admin to make long-lasting and impactful decisions; you control the future of this great game in your hands. People are relying on your good faith, and to lead them a bit astray seems wrong. In the end, yes, we do have a "mission," but it's as if you were selling a tomato at a fruit stand (exagerrated, yes, but a poignant example).
Saying there would have been a Terminus --- or rather, an "event" of sorts, if you embrace the air of mystery --- would have been far clearer.
This looks more like a futile attempt to gain more activity in the game then actually caring about what you say and your fanbase.
but by now we should be used to specific people promising specific things..... and then coming back on them :^)
not doing what you promise to your fanbase is the worst thing you can do as a game.
‘I think majority of silent layers (out of forum) are quite satisfied’
No point with a big paragraph most has already been said, just pointing out another silent (usually) player here not satisfied, would of gone for the pack if I knew there weren’t going to be any missions. Now left with like little to no chance of getting one.