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  • Why?

    First I want to say that this new inventory/vault system is fantastic. It's better than I thought it would be and it's exactly what we've been wanting. But that makes me wonder why? Why can you make such a nice inventory system (granted it too several versions and a long time) but just ignore major bugs like this arena might reset bug? We've been telling you about it for weeks now. I've personally lost over 5k tickets because of it and that's a major problem when tickets cost 25 gems each. When summon stone drop rates are too good during city eventsand beneficial to players you will immediately shut the event down and fix the rates. Why do you refuse to do the same with the arena? Is it because you want us to waste tickets? I think that's obvious by the rising cost of arenas. Before they cost 1 ticket or 500 god or 200 or 300 gold. Now they cost between 3 and 10 tickets. Just because we have been able to save tickets from previous City Events (back when they used to drop 20 ticket and now only drop 1) you raise the costs to make us burn more? It's really unfair.

    But back to my original question of why can you do such a good job on the inventory and fix things immediately that benefit players but ignore major problems that are not only detrimental but cost us resources that we've spent valuable time accumulating? It conveys to us that you really only care about your bottom line and not making players happy and trying to keep us around. I think you'll find that if you're fair to us we'd be much more likely to spend money. I know I would.

  • #2
    They need to set their priorities correct. Arenas always have been the backbone of HOC. And if this isn't looked after properly, there is no point in playing the game. I mean, we have four major problems with the arena.
    a) Facing regular decks in restricted arenas. As far as i can remember, this has also occured before but it was corrected rather "quickly"
    b) This new bug of might reset is even more frustrating cause it doesn't guarantee where i will finish at the end of the arena regardless of how much time/tix i spent on the arena
    c) Fight for your card with the support team if u have managed to survive the above two
    d) We forgot what are super arenas except the players in the korean servers


    • #3
      Let me just say one thing. Kabam don't care what we say or think. All they want is out hard earned cash $$$$ and giving us almost nothing for it. Ok maybe i had two things to say lol