Goryus wrote:Kittuns wrote:Except do you understand that the way to progress in Alteil is to win right? Treasure battles, grinding events, weekly gran...all progression comes from winning. So a player who wants to progress as fast as possible will necessarily be turned into a competitive gamer in time. Originally, I just signed up for this because others from the sirlin.net forums did. But in order to get as many cards as fast as possible, I had to become competitive.
So Alteil's remaining fans aren't just spikes from other places--they turn into them via the system within the game itself. So your argument is off point.
I don't think you understand my argument at all, because you keep saying things like this.
There is no progression in Alteil currently. Rewards are random, and they don't build towards anything or work together in any meaningful fashion. This system of random rewards needs to be switched to a progression based model in order for the game to be successful on a larger scale. That is my point.
Kittuns wrote:What sort of non-random progression do you have in mind? That players get to choose their cards? Alright? What happens when they get destroyed by errata?
angelspawns wrote:Goryus has the right idea of a F2P model. I got high hopes if they ever implement something simulair in this game.
I think the best idea yet was the 4 colored pointcards. (1 for a loss, 3 for a win)
Easy and simplistic to understand for everybody. You can extend upon this as long as these basics are there.
I do fear this whole model deviates to much of the old Alteil though. As myserymen said, it may angry the current playerbase away who worked(and paid) hard to get their favorite decks, and over time Alteil already chased away many potential players.
For the record: I played ExLotto untill i had 3x of every card in there... all to get a playset of Cudgel. I spend enough to get premium membership till 2020. I will still vouch for a F2P model like yours Goryus.
Kittuns wrote:The issue of "I paid for it so I don't want it cheaper" is a huge one that has to be just plain ignored. If players want to leave, they can feel free to. Fresh blood is what's needed for this game.
GonFreeces31 wrote:fargone wrote:I realise this is completely off topic, but Icy deserves the limelight more than others. Some of whom dominate the forums with their endless posts.
What, I make legit points too...
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