Grain wrote:Couldn't this give players with lots of friends finacial advantages over others?
Again, as I said, no more then any player who just happens to be wealthy has over those of us that aren't wealthy. This isn't creating any gran balance disparity that doesn't already exist in a game where currency is purchased with real money. If you couldn't buy Gran with real money and everyone had to just earn all their currency through fighting then yes I would agree with you that this gave an unfair advantage, but thats not the case.
Also again, to really see a significant benefit you not only need to have invited ALOT of people, but they all need to spend a significant amount of real money. Even if you invited 10 friends (seriously that's alot of friends) who all registered you as their sponsor (no guarantee they wouldn't be too lazy to do this) and they all bought a pack with real money (even if I did invite 10 friends I bet I'd be lucky if half of them actually spent real money on the game), all you get for it is 1 free pack's worth of Gran.
If Alteil really feels 10% is too much a lesser percentage would be fine too, I only picked 10% because its what I've seen other similar games use and use successfully with out any issue, its a proven successful percentage.
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