I assume you are talking about me, this guy (or girl, who knows? ). Looking at my post, I find it very difficult to justify using the word "outraged". Disappointed would be much better. As shown earlier, this action is just one of many steps that CDPR has taken to be much less generous. Importantly, this one impacts standard cards, not premiums or cosmetics. If you spend (money on) scraps on creating cards and decks, it's not fun when cards are completely reworked.Well, I agree with that, but specifically here we are talking about cards changing and giving full scraps mill value back when they do. The guy was outraged by it, but I said it was very generous, but not necessary.
Perhaps if they remove a card from the game...
Bingo! Removing something of value, without something in return. There are specific terms for that.Hello!
Where are my Morvran, Emhyr, Eredin etc. Leader cards and (some of) their duplicates?
Vanished into thin air and not one dev EVER commented on them.
The worst part is that they apologize, but the bad stuff still continues at the same time. Why is the auto-mill not removed or fixed immediately instead of at the end of the month? This makes it look like the objective is clear and the apology is BS.Even Jason admitted that what they did was wrong in this case, that the team should have thought about leaving 2 copies of standard if premium is not there and agreed that it is a mistake and apologized for it. So, please stop blindly defending CDPR. Stop worshiping CDPR. If they screw with people, we should fight back. If they do well, we should encourage them. "I will support no matter what" is the first step towards anarchy.
The worst part is that they apologize, but the bad stuff still continues at the same time. Why is the auto-mill not removed or fixed immediately instead of at the end of the month?
I get your point, man, but please, don't go full ret... rofitted on this.It baffles me, how, many people think that, spending time in a game is not of any value. People's time is much more valuable than spending a few dollars every 3 or 6 months.
I think you misunderstood me. I never said anything that suggests that playing a f2p game is like a service we do the company or that it is like a hard labor and needs to be compensated. All I said was, f2p players are also equally important to a game's success. No one will play a game they hate and loathe and have zero enjoyment (frustrations are part of the game, but with no enjoyment no one will play).I get your point, man, but please, don't go full ret... rofitted on this.
You were spending your time of your own free will, because you enjoyed the game that was given to you for free. No-one ever pointed a gun at you and threatened to shoot if you picked up a book or went for a walk for a change.
Again, I get your point, but enjoying yourself for free for however long and then making it sound like forced labor just seems kinda silly.
[...] Once Valve tried to make a pvp card game not accessible for free and without cards that you can craft, they failed terribly. It's the very basics of even existing on this market, not something very-very special.Stop it! This game is very accessible for free, and it is even too easy to craft all the cards you need from scraps.
Well, what I have said before and I will say it again, it is too easy to craft cards in this game. It takes away from the card collection aspect of the game. The scraps economy is unbalanced (too easy). So it's both generous in terms of the game is free to play and in regards to the scraps economy.[...] Once Valve tried to make a pvp card game not accessible for free and without cards that you can craft, they failed terribly. It's the very basics of even existing on this market, not something very-very special.
[Edited for tone -- SigilFey]