bahka wrote:This is just against buying/selling cards. Trading is a whole different subject.
DWildstar wrote:As for players buying and selling between each other. The creators of the game wanted to avoid a situation where (like bahka said) you get people who get the good cards just by spending more money which takes the fun out of the system. This equalizes things between players somewhat and keeps the focus on the actual game instead of the acquisition of virtual wealth.
DanTheTimid wrote:Certainly an interesting take on things and food for thought but keep in mind that most games don't do buying/selling through real money which is what you seem to be against, but the in game money, so your basically just trading the cards but your using the in game money as a way of making trading easier and more fair.
DanTheTimid wrote:Trading is also a great way of making or building friendships. Maybe I've got a few extra cards I don't need and my friend could use those cards, I'd gladly give them to him for nothing or close to nothing. Maybe I just run into some one randomly and they seem really polite and friendly so I want to just give them a free card I don't need as a way of being nice. Maybe I'm a guild leader and I want to reward members of my guild for playing alot or playing well with extra cards I have. Theres definitely alot of pros to having the ability to trade.
DWildstar wrote:It's true that people who spend money will be able to have a larger quantity of cards, but the recycle system allows everyone (to a point) to get a larger variety of cards. It's also not necessary to get every single card in the set to make a good deck. One of the Japanese GMs as a policy has not spent a single yen since creating his account in order to demonstrate that it is indeed possible to play Alteil completely free.
New features are only going to be added to the game if they're added to the Japanese version (which has been out for several years already). It's too early to be thinking about adding new features at this point because we're concentrating on getting the game out. Even once the game is officially released we'll still have a lot of catching up to do.
I'd suggest waiting until you've had a chance to play the game before judging too harshly features that at this point you are only speculating to be unfair.
DanTheTimid wrote: Still if thats the case my only remaining concerns are that I have horrible luck with opening packs
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