shyster wrote:Humm that is news to me Dan, I am pretty sure everybody gets 10 gran regardless of whether they make the top 100 or not.
You seem to have misunderstood me,
"my understanding is that only the top 100 in the rankings even qualify to get gran based on their win/loss that week"
I didn't say only the top 100 get 10 gran, I said only the top 100 get grain based on their win/loss record for the week. Currently everyone who plays at least one game but does not make the top 100 is award 10 gran as a consolation prize. Those who do make the top 100 are awarded Gran based on their win/loss record (the formula being +2 gran for every win, -1 gran for every loss, min 10 gran). At least that's my understanding of how the current system works and perhaps I'm wrong. But again even if you don't have to be in the top 100 to qualify the problem with such a system is that it really only encourages players who are struggling to play a single game every week, if your losing 2 games for every 1 game you win, your never going to earn more then minimum gran anyway, why play more then once and get that 10 gran with out suffering through repeatedly having your butt handed to you by players with access to better cards?
My change still means if you don't spend money you're going to have to wait a while to get more cards, but it gives a way to get more cards through actually playing the game and not just mirage master. That's probably the biggest flaw the game is suffering from right now, the lack of encouragement to keep playing the real game if your losing, and its why so many people have complained about finding opponents in the level 10+ room, cause people who are constantly losing tend to stop playing and either out right quit or just sign in once a day to mirage master in hopes of some day getting good enough cards to play competitively again. With no rewards for losing right now, who can blame them?
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