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inferno gear was not incorrect.- look at inferno gear picture and change back

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  • inferno gear was not incorrect.- look at inferno gear picture and change back

    Put gear back to how you originally released it correctly or refund hammers that were used on the gear. just because one person says something was not done right. You have really messed up here.

  • #2
    The stats for these pieces were changed before the comp started, based on player feedback

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    • #3
      If that is the case then all I ask is they give back my hammers and rebase the helmet. They can take it back if they want. I dont want the helmet with the new stats. I forged a different piece of gear than what I have now. That is totally unfair and not right.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by highw4y61 View Post
        The stats for these pieces were changed before the comp started, based on player feedback
        When was this communicated to players? I had no idea that the stats would be changed.

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          Page 5 of the inferno thread

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          • #6
            Originally posted by CHOSEN_YETI View Post
            Page 5 of the inferno thread
            Communicating a change in a thread, rather than in the official documentation is poor form. That it was placed several pages down made it worse. People will barely read one thing (official rules), so asking them to keep up with more than one piece of communication is begging for problems...and here we are. People that wanted those pieces as defense, and went by the official communication, not the change made in the thread, have every right to feel cheated, as it was poorly handled by the company.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by CHOSEN_YETI View Post
              Page 5 of the inferno thread
              You mean the inferno feedback thread? Not the official inferno thread here: http://community.kabam.com/forums/sh...ome-to-Inferno that was linked to the opening login screen?

              Seems like a change of this magnitude should have been communicated to players via an official message or update to the official thread that was linked to the event's opening login page so that all players were made aware of the change instead of just to the few who requested attack gear.

              This was not communicated effectively to the vast majority of players and many of us feel cheated.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by some1from80 View Post
                Communicating a change in a thread, rather than in the official documentation is poor form. That it was placed several pages down made it worse. People will barely read one thing (official rules), so asking them to keep up with more than one piece of communication is begging for problems...and here we are. People that wanted those pieces as defense, and went by the official communication, not the change made in the thread, have every right to feel cheated, as it was poorly handled by the company.
                I agree 100%

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