I already didn't think that the former CR inflation event (which was meant to raise the value of the cryptopacks) was a good idea.
It didn't fix anything (the sheer amount of cheap CRs is still the real issue) and I'm still not that much more happy when I get another Dolly CR out of the Cryptopack (which is 100k now instead of 50k).
But the truth is... they have to do something to make the cryptopacks more attractive. And this is pretty much their first try and like any of us... they can't predict if this will do the job. There has to be some trial and error, I guess, because even this simplistic market here follows crazy rules sometimes.
edited by Isolator GUB tuesday 26/11/2019, 14:40
To be honest, I don't care about getting those MTs since most of them are banned or unplayable in EFC... I already got most of the cards (not the expensive ones of course) and I can totally play with no trouble. Actually, for "EFC pros" this change is awesome, because they can get MTs that can value more than before!
The only people who damages this change is probably to collectors. This basically makes harder to them to complete the collection and luckily I'm not a collector...
"This basically makes harder to them to complete the collection and luckily I'm not a collector..."
Yes, sure. But there was also a good amount of (and imho enough) time now to get all the "cheap" MTs below 1kk.
You could even try and make some profit out of it. Spiaghi MT went nearly 1kk when there was this news. But then the card got cheaper and cheaper again so that you could buy him for 600-700k. Don't know if people forgot what they said about raising MT prices but this could have been easy money.