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A Question to the Veterans (since No GMs remaining)

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  • Potemkin Ch 5
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    Originally posted by WarriorAJ View Post
    Thanks for the response guys, but earlier support team, though reluctant, was still trying to figure out the problems and you could always go to GMs if you had a problem which was beyond the comprehensibility of the support guys. [...] That's why I asked the veterans about what they think.
    The thing I'll say regarding this, and by no means take this as me making excuses for them, but I have seen responsiveness eb and flow from GMs. I.E. Some months they're everywhere, then there's other months you'd swear they went into witness protection. I'm simply saying unless non-responsiveness continues for 45-60 days then I wouldn't worry too much.

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  • WarriorAJ
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    Originally posted by LordCronus View Post
    I have completed the guild token summons twice now with no reward, others are getting the reward but not me. I have been going round and round with support for 2 weeks now and they refuse to give me the reward even though I sent in screenshots to prove I completed the summons. WTF. I have heard similar stories from others, so yeah in my mind they are shutting support down for this game. Rest in pieces HOC.

    Strange, the same thing just happened to me. Firstly I rarely get guild tokens, but I used almost all to complete summons and didn't get my 600 shards either.

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  • LordCronus
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    That is a good question. I took a harder look and Dash's profile show date of last activity(post) not last time logged in. So we can't judge on that.

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  • CuCuB1rd
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    I'd like to be shown how we know for sure Dash left, as I've not seen an official announcement regarding that, but rather players seemingly assuming Dash left after an extended silence(a decent clue... But not always sufficient)

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  • LordCronus
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    I have completed the guild token summons twice now with no reward, others are getting the reward but not me. I have been going round and round with support for 2 weeks now and they refuse to give me the reward even though I sent in screenshots to prove I completed the summons. WTF. I have heard similar stories from others, so yeah in my mind they are shutting support down for this game. Rest in pieces HOC.

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  • Kamikaze no Refresh
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    I dont play this game anymore. Buggy and laggy game. Not fun anymore. Came here to find a reason to play this game again, find out dash left. Really messed up

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  • WarriorAJ
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    Originally posted by Potemkin Ch 5 View Post
    This is pretty close to my feeling, but I do think they'll fix the GW issues. They wouldn't spend the money to port the war concept to HoC (it's a direct port from another game Kabam bought) if they were going to bleed this one out. Also, you wouldn't nerf Uther to quell imbalance issues if you're killing the game anyway. I've played dying games before and I've seen what happens right before they die, they don't don't invest capital (no matter how minimal). Generally speaking regular patterns become heavily disrupted and new content pretty much ceases. Compare that to Kabam currently.

    I've seen periods of non-responsiveness from Kabam, so quiet on the boards doesn't surprise me. I "think" they lost a few mods either by natural reduction (Smash?) or leaving the company (Sp4z) so we're probably just seeing the company try to pawn their workload onto other teams.
    Originally posted by jnova78 View Post
    I don't think Kabam is on the verge of shutting it down just yet. They wouldn't be wasting money on creating new cards & all. Games that I've played in past just stop putting any new material in the game before they shut it down. But with the rate of players leaving & realms becoming empty, the game is on the path of dying. I think the reason I stay is just for the collecting now and talking to guild mates that have been around since I started back in April last year. By letting the game not consume me anymore, I find it more enjoyable.
    Originally posted by CuCuB1rd View Post
    Kabam's recent(past few months, starting with changes were the reason I stayed and started playing HoC. Lol. I've seen worse treatment of Panem Rising, but even still, I have a little hope even for that.
    Originally posted by ChiuauaGuinevere55 View Post
    But the more I put my money in this game, the more difficult is to stop with this.


    Thanks for the response guys, but earlier support team, though reluctant, was still trying to figure out the problems and you could always go to GMs if you had a problem which was beyond the comprehensibility of the support guys. Now, it feels like they're deliberately trying to mess up trivial things, like gks disappearing for some players, not putting things on banner etc. and we don't have a GM to go to. It's like kabam is slowly pulling it's hands out of this game. I have spent $3.5k in 10 months in this game and it pains me a lot to see this game degrading to such an extent. That's why I asked the veterans about what they think.

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  • ChiuauaGuinevere55
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    But the more I put my money in this game, the more difficult is to stop with this.

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  • ChiuauaGuinevere55
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    My experience

    I did play World of W******* in a "alternative" server for 3 years. I did spend $40 in this time. Now playing HoC in 2 years I did spend $120. How ingrate I was. WoW was much more funny. I like the artwork of HoC. But I feel a I need to stop with this fully waste of time (playing this sh1t).

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  • wotwot
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    Don't play the game how you want it to be played. You do that you should just quit.. You should get an idea what the game and the system is all about at some point. You can decide to leave or stay after learning the curve.

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  • CuCuB1rd
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    Kabam's recent(past few months, starting with changes were the reason I stayed and started playing HoC. Lol. I've seen worse treatment of Panem Rising, but even still, I have a little hope even for that.

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  • jnova78
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    I don't think Kabam is on the verge of shutting it down just yet. They wouldn't be wasting money on creating new cards & all. Games that I've played in past just stop putting any new material in the game before they shut it down. But with the rate of players leaving & realms becoming empty, the game is on the path of dying. I think the reason I stay is just for the collecting now and talking to guild mates that have been around since I started back in April last year. By letting the game not consume me anymore, I find it more enjoyable.

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  • EtSpiritus
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    Ur sayin the game has a chance still?

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  • Potemkin Ch 5
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    Originally posted by Luteuel View Post
    To the OP:
    A lot of us are still here just because we invested in the game and now are just floating until its demise (and I like the artwork).

    I don't expect anything to change.
    This is pretty close to my feeling, but I do think they'll fix the GW issues. They wouldn't spend the money to port the war concept to HoC (it's a direct port from another game Kabam bought) if they were going to bleed this one out. Also, you wouldn't nerf Uther to quell imbalance issues if you're killing the game anyway. I've played dying games before and I've seen what happens right before they die, they don't don't invest capital (no matter how minimal). Generally speaking regular patterns become heavily disrupted and new content pretty much ceases. Compare that to Kabam currently.

    I've seen periods of non-responsiveness from Kabam, so quiet on the boards doesn't surprise me. I "think" they lost a few mods either by natural reduction (Smash?) or leaving the company (Sp4z) so we're probably just seeing the company try to pawn their workload onto other teams.

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  • CuCuB1rd
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    I don't expect any changes, but I do very much enjoy the game, and enjoy it more even still by partaking in sales. As such I'll still be sometimes investing 5$ here and there for some time to come

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