Demongod wrote: Multi wrote:
Demongod wrote:Permanent 5 of 7 would truly be nice. 12 weeks for a 5-star is already rare enough. 36 weeks if you want a playset. 52 weeks in a year. And that's for one file only.
well, generally you'd figure that in a year, you'd have gotten a 4* or 5* in your level ups by then if you were playing enough to warrant earning a 5*, and you'd generally get at least another 5* or 2 from lotto, and then some from packs if you're a paying player.
There aren't really that many 5*'s in comparison to 3*'s, which can be almost as hard to complete because of their numbers.
Also true. However, there aren't too many good 3-stars.
Some are excellent. Most you'd have to look up.
Really? I dunno how you can argue how many 1*'s aren't good and paying players have so and so advantage and then say there aren't too many good 3*'s. Even in comparison, I think the ratio of good 3*'s is higher than the ratio of excellent 5*'s
3*'s that are generally desirable as units or SS
Wrath of Constellations
Final One / Arius
Actually I give up at set 3, I pretty much only omitted 5 or 6 cards, and even those have their uses or had their uses at some point or in some files. 3*'s are generally, have the best ratio of rarity to usefulness imo.
5*s on the otherhand, plenty that aren't too useful just because of their rarity and the other cards they require to be useful.
Verlaat, without weiss, I don't think i've ever seen him used as a unit.
Eskatia outside of EN
Strike Samurai / Thunderbolt SS only
Elena SS only
Larut SS only
Retear, very limited use
Haven't even seen Ernst used
Alphonce, SS only
Beast hunter rivera, people thought she'd be great, but her skill was actually much more difficult to use successfully than thought.
Resource SS only
Zalzagul, I don't see people complain about him being op or too many using him either
As units, for the most part, many of the 5*'s aren't clamored over.
Then there's the new 5*'s that I'm not really familar with.
There are entire files that are composed of 3*'s, or 3*'s and 2*'s, and of course, many files are comprised mostly of staple 1*'s. 4*'s are also very good cards, even better than most 5*'s imo, or rather more of them are good than 5*'s.
Back on topic, I'm still holding out on a structured point card pricing system where if you have more copies of a card, the cost is cheaper to complete it. This suggestion was the one that seemed to appeal the most to the GMs as they said it was very similar to the system they were thinking of as well SEVERAL months ago.