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  1. CommodoreKang

    How does Wargaming make this right?

    Back in the onion belt days of yore, the holiday events in subscription based games were a ton of fun. In Guild Wars, every time you killed something a little bag of christmas fun and joy would drop and it'd would have some little trinket or something in their that we would all grind for and collect for use through out the next year. It was truly a season of giving. I guess in F2P it's just kind of reversed and instead of having fun and getting free stuff, the players give the devs a nice little Christmas bonus. It's very thoughtful of them.
  2. CommodoreKang

    How does Wargaming make this right?

    It's a quandary. Apparently in some parts of the world, laws are able to be crafted in a thoughtful, practical and useful way. So I guess it is theoretically possible but, in other parts of the world, the pitfall with laws are the people and the process that make them. I guess you just have to hope for the best and plan for the worst.
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    How does Wargaming make this right?

    I think the main thing that WG has done is taught people a valuable lesson. The only real question is if they will learn anything from it. And I suppose that's actually not much of a question.
  4. CommodoreKang

    How many have soured on the santa crates?

    Here's something to consider. Rather than belabor the details, assume for the moment that a "one price/one method" marketing strategy would dramatically reduce the "price" of most of the top line premiums in game. If those ships were selling for 9.99 or 19.99, would you want them as much?
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    The Truth about Christmas crates and short lists

    If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullspittle.
  6. CommodoreKang

    Ahskance Reacts: "Where Is This Game Heading?"

    It's like the world is upside down and everything is backwards.
  7. You have to remember that when we say "fun", I think WG hears "monetization".
  8. CommodoreKang

    Why are BB's so ridiculously popular these days?

    You' and everyone else are 1000% correct that the new lines and all the BF ships are inflating the numbers significantly. But we were already in a bit of "bb heavy" meta IIRC. So, I always assumed the BB heavy meta had some relation to the CV survivability and being the back situation going on with BBs. Could be wrong on that though.
  9. CommodoreKang

    Why are BB's so ridiculously popular these days?

    Have to think they are the most CV friendly is also a factor.
  10. CommodoreKang

    Ahskance Reacts: "Where Is This Game Heading?"

    *does the math* Yep. Looks like you're right too!
  11. CommodoreKang

    Ahskance Reacts: "Where Is This Game Heading?"

    I think we are firmly in "agree to disagree" territory at this point. Maybe everyone is right.
  12. CommodoreKang

    Ahskance Reacts: "Where Is This Game Heading?"

    The fantastic thing about the internet is that no matter how unique or different or, in my case, abrasive, you are, there are probably thousands of other folks out there who think pretty much exactly like you and it's a great way to find and connect with them. It is somewhat unique in human history i would think. So we've got that going for us i guess.
  13. CommodoreKang

    New Skills SUCK!!

    There's no certainty about it. But from a dev perspective, it's double the work to add the new sub skills to the existing system and then add them to the new system. If it requires more than just another text file, it might make sense to add the stuff for subs in the background during the skill rework. So that when you add subs, you just add the new text file. And they just remove that page from the spreadsheet we see. Or it could be they are 100% unrelated. But, my guess is that part of the rush on the skills seems likely to be related to wanting to get subs in at some point sooner than later.
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    Ahskance Reacts: "Where Is This Game Heading?"

    Yeah I'm a big fan (or was) of just sitting in game after you die like a chump and finding someone good to watch. The trick is finding someone good to watch and a good game to watch them in. So, that's where it's all starting to kind of fall apart. But absolutely. There are tons of resources to utilize to get better in the game. And it's up to you to make the best use of them.
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