I don't have problems with what you proposed, and I agree with it. I hated seeing so many unneeded dupes when i could have made use of something i didn't get. You get so many 1*s that I don't really mind it as much, but when higher rarity start seeing dupes close to 5+, there is something wrong. I do feel for ya seeing that a good portion of your box was recycled jank.
ANIMEniac wrote:Please thing a little more about the consequences before just throwing them out thinking it is a great idea...
Demongod wrote:This is why I say you should never ever be allowed to obtain a 4th copy of anything. Ever. If people are paying real money for gran, why the heck are they getting stuff that they literally have to throw away?
See, in TCGs, you can at least trade your extras.
LoneKnight wrote:Yes, the proxys are totally integral to the storyline (that we have no damn clue about), and their ability to enhance a sphere other than their own makes great sense.
It's not like they wanted to make effective multi-sphere decks above level 1 splashing restricted to those who shell out or anything. No sir. Nuh-uh.
I thought we have left this whole fluff>crunch thing behind us with MTG like, 15 years ago. We should've.
WoW and AION are at the same price because that's the maximum price most people are willing to pay for an MMO. And the funny thing about most people is that there are more of them than some people. Some people like Inigo may pay upwards hundreds or thousands to get a full collection. Most people won't. I don't think this is disputable.
Oh, I'm sorry that such a great effect as multi sphere was put on a 5*. Oh noes it's terrible we have to use an SS to do it! Oh noes, my Proxy got shut down by a 4* that reset all my spheres! And that is what you'd do if you had 1-2* Proxies. You'd complain a 4* just wiped the floor with you.
I'm going to explain how this works with your expample:
-The proxy set intro'd multi-sphere
- The "intro" was in the form of SS.
- The next level to get people worked up about was the Proxy.
- Proxies are limited by only tying in certain spheres.
Multi-sphere are very hard to put together just right. Some had better synergy than others. THAT was the flavor of the set, so it makes sense that would be the "ultimate" cards to shoot for.
What would people think if the set was based around multi and the 5* was Fierte, the anti-theme of the set? Would be completely stupid IMO.
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