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Kabam nightmare event (vote) no/yes

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  • VDG
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    I vote NO.This event is worse!

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  • Diamond Knight
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    Nightmare events are worse. Normal events are the best!

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  • mgtjoker
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    Originally posted by Fatality1994 View Post
    I say Yes to the nightmare event provided there are enough pots available to each one of us to actually play the event. For me, 100 pots each obtainable from arenas is enough for me to enjoy the event.
    But what you guys don't understand that despite of all these "community opinions" I am pretty sure we all can observe the Kabam is shifting the activity from the normal to the nightmare. So, it's either adapt or perish. There aren't any other options.
    I think it's time for me to perish. When a game becomes more frustration than enjoyment, it's time for me to go. Goodbye..

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  • CuCuB1rd
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    I for one, have always chosen to adapt.

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  • Fatality1994
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    I say Yes to the nightmare event provided there are enough pots available to each one of us to actually play the event. For me, 100 pots each obtainable from arenas is enough for me to enjoy the event.
    But what you guys don't understand that despite of all these "community opinions" I am pretty sure we all can observe the Kabam is shifting the activity from the normal to the nightmare. So, it's either adapt or perish. There aren't any other options.

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  • mgtjoker
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    No. No. No

    I buy some. Used to buy allot until I realized the way Kabam does business. I had a fair amount of potions saved up. I fought the boss close to 200 times and didn't have a single drop. I would be less frustrated if the game wasn't riddled with issues.

    So instead of creating a new realm and new potions here is what I think should've been done.
    • Give us uses for the old potions and don't flood the market
    • Fix your security issues and stop bots
    • Fix the bugs that are ongoing
    • Give us uses for current tokens we have thousands of instead of creating multiple others and no way to get them
    • All in all just get your s*t together


    We do want events to make this spiraling game not boring, but fix your issues before you pour out tons of new content just creating new compounding issues..

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  • qba invincible
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    my vote

    I vote Yes for events in nightmare, but alsow yes for events in normal mode. We still got plenty of old pots to use

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  • Francis8
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    No, I (as many others) didn't enjoy at all this event, it's the third one reserved to big spenders!

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  • LordCronus
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    Yes I agree there should be nightmare city events. I hope the next one is 5 days long, like normal event. I would love to see both normal and nightmare events going at the same time, perhaps make it 7 days long.

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  • Kayser_End
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    Originally posted by CuCuB1rd View Post
    I seem to have a fairly low attachment to anything I've earned in this game, and I've spent a small amount.

    I find the mindset leading to maintaining the sunk cost fallacy... Interesting, to say the least. The fallacy regards our inability to let go of a failed investment, and this increases the more we've invested into something, even though it's irrational to keep sinking more investment into something that no longer has worth in order to recover the lost value.

    The issue is, that the value was already gone. You're not going to get it back. If you spend money, it's gone, and it makes no sense to invest further into something if it will only make you more displeased. This can devolve further, because you wanted to make the most of your investment. This leads to making excuses for a bad date you didn't enjoy, deciding that you might as well stick it out because you already spent x amount of time in something.

    Further, this attitude leads to justifying staying in abusive relationships, because the more you invested, the less willing you are likely to be too let go, even if letting go is the rational option.

    If you don't enjoy it, you're losing more by sticking around.

    And this game very much takes advantage of that.

    Am I immune? Hardly. I just know that my investment into this game isn't why I stick around. The money i spent served it's purpose, gave me that fleeting sense of game enhancement i was seeking. No, I didn't get all that much useful from it, but, I got what I wanted, an enhancement to my gameplay experience. Wasn't very rewarding, but that's how things go sometimes.

    The link probably explains it better than I did.

    http://www.lifehack.org/articles/com...ct-stupid.html
    basic economy

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  • CuCuB1rd
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    I seem to have a fairly low attachment to anything I've earned in this game, and I've spent a small amount.

    I find the mindset leading to maintaining the sunk cost fallacy... Interesting, to say the least. The fallacy regards our inability to let go of a failed investment, and this increases the more we've invested into something, even though it's irrational to keep sinking more investment into something that no longer has worth in order to recover the lost value.

    The issue is, that the value was already gone. You're not going to get it back. If you spend money, it's gone, and it makes no sense to invest further into something if it will only make you more displeased. This can devolve further, because you wanted to make the most of your investment. This leads to making excuses for a bad date you didn't enjoy, deciding that you might as well stick it out because you already spent x amount of time in something.

    Further, this attitude leads to justifying staying in abusive relationships, because the more you invested, the less willing you are likely to be too let go, even if letting go is the rational option.

    If you don't enjoy it, you're losing more by sticking around.

    And this game very much takes advantage of that.

    Am I immune? Hardly. I just know that my investment into this game isn't why I stick around. The money i spent served it's purpose, gave me that fleeting sense of game enhancement i was seeking. No, I didn't get all that much useful from it, but, I got what I wanted, an enhancement to my gameplay experience. Wasn't very rewarding, but that's how things go sometimes.

    The link probably explains it better than I did.

    www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/how-the-sunk-cost-fallacy-makes-you-act-stupid.html

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  • Kayser_End
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    Originally posted by Aurora1457 View Post
    I vote yes, this event helped take out some botters, and f2p players and p2p players are both fairly treated here. I may have received 2 Blighted Galzra, but contrary to what you may think, that isn't really the reason I support the event. As a f2p player myself, I think p2p players should be able to buy more nightmare pots with gems in order to get ahead in the event if they want to, and all f2p players are able to "start over" at around the same level as long as they reached nightmare mode. If only f2p players compared themselves to each other, and p2p players did the same, this event wouldn't seem bad at all, in fact it would appear to be very satisfying.
    Ok, i'll try to explain what i think is the real issue here.

    So, for what i've read in the forum, lots of players feels betrayed, and don't really now how to put that in words more than "it's unfair" or "it's an event for P2P".

    I'll try to put what they feel and why in a more extensive and maybe more explanatory way

    HoC is based on a "grinding items" gameplay system, just like Diablo or most of the card games out there. In this type of game you try to get items (i'm including cards in "items") by doing stuff in the game, putting time and money to get that shiny thing you want, and by doing that you feel "fun". Each time you get something it's relative value decreases, so to feel the same amount of fun you need more items each time you get one (your first 6 star card feels more especial than your tenth). So the game start giving us more stuff so we feel as fun as before, but by doing that they devaluate those items more and more, until a point where they doesn't recive enough benefits from each item.

    So, what's the problem with nightmare mode? Nightmare mode is here to try to solve the problem by adding items with higher values, but by the way it makes other items obsolete, but the obsolete items still required time and money to be obtained before, even if each item did have low value, because of the amount players had grinded, they where important to them , and from there the "i've been betrayed" feel cames from, they worked for those pots, cards and stones, even if there are botters and autoclickers, for the normal player all those things where obtained by effort and "hard work", and now they are almost useless, making all that time feel just waste, and that makes people sad and mad

    This problem will ocurr with every game that follows the "grinding items" gameplay style,unless you add a perpetual increase of items (and devaluate them) but that could just happen with a game without micropayments, so the normal thing to do would be doing what kabam did, that would decrease the amount of players in a short time, but in the long term it could save the game or at least give it more time, unless the game die there because they lossed to many players :/

    Other solution would be to add new gameplay varations so it feels more fresh and less frustating, even if you give the same amount of things to the player (a different type of arena, or boss, etc.) Remember, changes that are to little will not affect that feeling, but if they are to big they could be bad implemented (arenas with restrictions vs guild wars would be a good example)

    In any case, it's a difficult matter, and the game is passing throught a rough time because of that, but was the natural thing to happend

    Ps: english isn't my native language, so sorry for any mistake made

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  • Aurora1457
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    I vote yes, this event helped take out some botters, and f2p players and p2p players are both fairly treated here. I may have received 2 Blighted Galzra, but contrary to what you may think, that isn't really the reason I support the event. As a f2p player myself, I think p2p players should be able to buy more nightmare pots with gems in order to get ahead in the event if they want to, and all f2p players are able to "start over" at around the same level as long as they reached nightmare mode. If only f2p players compared themselves to each other, and p2p players did the same, this event wouldn't seem bad at all, in fact it would appear to be very satisfying.

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  • Noob_65BD5TQ
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    Bad event

    No, it was a very bad event! New players haven't finished Normal mode yet, and many veteran players don't have enough Vigor and Spirit potions to drop 8 bosses. Only BIG spenders have enough pots to get Blighted Galzra! And I can agree, if only the last 2 wondering bosses weren't reserved to them! The numerous bugs haven't still fixed for months, GK pool is still useless, arena matchmaking is bad as it used to be, summon stones and arses have been removed from events, and finally this! Surely it wasn't a very smart move.

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  • Creepitreal
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    Originally posted by Trick GC View Post
    hi Kabug ,hey players...

    Nightmare Event Fail , support Fail,Guildwar ultra Failed,pls Kabam Team think better!!!

    dear kabam team I speak here on behalf of the German server kay 4,
    We are closed an opinion, said the event are the biggest mistake beginning of the year, the community is shrinking more and more by the lack of creative existence from you. Please remember the times when you went with full vigor to the cause.

    Botuser, Autoclick player (long live Bluestack haha), hacktool seller tag daily before our eyes, and your eyes ...
    I think it's all love said Greetings of their players and companions of Kay 4

    Mfg Trick (Godly Calibur)
    Just to get that clear, you don't speak for all players on Kay-4.

    Thank you

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