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  1. So I am wondering how the auction house can exist. This is definitely gambling. You have a set minimum bid and you are not told what the maximum bid is. So whatever you bid is just blind. How does the auction house not go against EU gambling laws. Yes you do use in game currency to buy it, but the prices at which the items in the Auction House will go for will definitely surpass what one might earn from the game. People are definitely going to spend money and because it is blind bidding, it is gambling.
  2. So I had some unexpected extra cash and decided to grab 10 "ALWAYS COURAGEOUS" lute boxes. I didn't get a single lute. I did get the following stuff though .... 48 Stars and Stripes camos 12 Type 59 camos 30 Basilisk Flags 15 Dragon Flags 15 Hydra Flags 15 Wyvern Flags 15 Scylla Flags 13,600 Coal And 10 Collection Items, 2 new and 8 duplicates, which allowed me to get Oklahoma, et al. All in all, I think I made out OK. Still, a lute would have been nice. (and as far as Oklahoma goes, it's a nice ship, but you definitely notice that reload!)
  3. Umikami

    My Very Own Troll

    Ode to my Troll Here is a ditty, to my very own Troll Who lives underground, a shy, soulless mole And rarely comes out of his troll hidey hole A sadly unloved anti-social old troll. He only comes out, whenever I write He only comes out in the dead of the night He only comes out to distribute his spite On the words I lay down in the threads that I write But he doesn’t say “Hey, this is right, this is wrong!” He doesn’t leave prose, and he doesn’t leave song He won’t even tell me to just move along My ideas too short and my words just too long No he only comes out to down vote my post While others applaud, and will sometimes toast My efforts he constantly, silently roasts With an unhappy smiley face, grim as a ghost He plies through the Forum, and hits every thread He posts those sad faces with hats on their heads Or even an angry one with cheeks that are red And sends every post to it’s down voted bed So here is my ode, to my very own troll Who hides every day in his troll hidey hole He won’t drop his name, the sad little mole Just down votes my threads, the silly old troll
  4. Umikami

    Took a survey

    I was playing the game a day or so ago and, after finishing up in a tight match, I was offered an opportunity to take one of WoWs official surveys. You know the ones; they appear on screen, ask a question and give you a range of responses from One to Ten, One being the equivalent of "Are You Kidding Me?" and Ten being equal to "Oh Hell Yes!" So I agreed and the first question popped up, the question being "Would you recommend World of Warships to your friends?" I answered no. And the survey quit on me. Thank You, black screen, de de de de that's all folks! That bothered me quite a bit. I think I had good reasons for answering no. The game is in an ongoing state of flux right now, with things changing every week. New players would be introduced to one way to play and 3 days later need to start doing things differently, and that would be frustrating and could cause new players to leave for really poor reasons. Not to mention I also think WoW totally botched the CV rework by failing to test it fully or adequately, rushing the release after over a year because of player pressure and shooting themselves in the foot in the same manner as they did when Graf Zeppelin was originally released. But that isn't what bothered me, or bothers me still. What bothers me is that, upon learning I was not happy and would not recommend their game, they quit asking questions about it. Questions like why are you unhappy enough to not recommend our game? What could we do differently? What do you consider bad? What do you consider good? Yadda yadda blah blah woof woof. A company that only cares about players currently infatuated with their game is not a company trying to please it's customers, and a company that is not trying to please it's customers isn't a company that will be having a game for long. And that's why I'm bothered; because I liked this game once upon a time. And I'll be sorry to see it go.
  5. Umikami

    Division size

    When did Division numbers get expanded to include 4 players? https://imgur.com/a/H3eLfa2
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