I remember the old times when I bought Erzsebet for 75 clintz on the market. It was the cheapest card at the moment back in 2012 when I started. Also bought Emeth Cr when he was simply Emeth for 22350 clintz in 2013. I had to save hard my clintz to buy this expensive card. I still have that same Emeth since that.
Anyway, i can see the good side of this inflation. I sell all my Mt cards now, when prices are high up and will purchase them back when prices will drop after a few weeks without having a BM mission for billions of clintz. Just remember the whole january, we didn't get clintz in any BM, so prices fall. Manon Mt for 650 million, Scarlet Mt for 700 million etc... That's the best time to use your clintz.
My advice is to sell your expensive cards. (above 50 million, if you are not affraid that any of them will turn Cr or Mt before you can buy back. I was affraid so I sold only my Mts. those won't be upgrade lol.) This way you can accumulate serious amount and you can spend later when there is a BM for 10 random Mts or for 120k crypto or something like that. Those events always pull down market prices, especially if many players want to take part but they need to make clintz by selling cards first. The same happened when BM needed 3 Kikis for 15 random Mts. I started so sell my 1,2 billion worth of duplicate cards but I run out of time unfortunately. I sold my extras for 1,2 billion, those cards would worth at least double of it today.
I hope you get what I mean haha
@NepetaUS LoA: Check Ciscos profile.
I think Bm like the Sell 5 Carmine => ; 10 Kevlaer => 1 $$$ Are a good approach, because it allows more players to participate. Also, rewards from all the other games are useless now. To get the full collection is wiser to farm tickets and cc.
@Ares That doesn't make much sense because inflation would cause him to lose money due to the purchasing power of clintz being much weaker than it was before. just look at wow classic vs retail wow as an example, because there's less inflation in wow classic gold is worth more which translates into making more real world money. Back in the day buying 100 gold costed around 40 to 50 $ dollars but now in retail wow 200k gold only costs 10 to 20 $ ( my numbers might be off), basically the weaker the purchasing power of clintz is, the more clintz you have to sell in order to satisfy your customers.
Thoughts on using clintz to purchase features (to act as a gold sink and remove clintz from the economy)? Idk how feasible, but players could purchase temporary (every 12 hrs) wheel adjustments like:
- 1M clintz to expand max spins to 100
- 1M clintz to remove bankrupt and respin spaces (clintz wheel)
- X clintz to add one more ticket space (clintz wheel)
- X clintz to add a mythic space (ticket wheel)
This would reduce clintz and increase copies of Crs and Mts in circulation. It would also increase the incentive for players to play more fights and win more spins. And lastly, since happy hours are stopping for now, this will keep the wheel relevant in tackling inflation