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  • #46
    This thread started about something important and ended up with full of BS. I see sock puppets all around and personal attacks. That's not constructive in any way.

    On the matter of constructive discussions, alliance trade is really needed. Now, we should have a discussion without personal attacks.

    If anyone remember the original game "Kingdom of Camelot" (the web version), there was a place called the market place (or agora or something like that). There a player was allowed to put anything they want for sell. And it was not alliance shop or limited to certain players. It was a great place of trade because anyone can sell almost anything for gold. But, I understand that this idea is not acceptable by everyone. Also, the progress of KoC (the mobile version) needs some restriction too. So, no one can exploit the system by creating few more alts.

    The idea of exchange for gems has one big flaw, alts. I know few people who has well constructed alts and their alts have thousands of gems. Those gems are not bought from kabam. Those gems are won from events, calendar or campaign. So, if the alliance shop allows player to exchange items for gems, these players and their alts will benefit mostly. They will trade needed item for their alts and transfer gems to their main accounts. It is a win for them even if it costs them 50% of gems (by giving kabam 50% of the item price). Just do some math, if an alt has 5000 gems it does not hurt the main account or the alt to get 2500 gems transferred to the main account.

    How about creating new alts? If someone creates a new account and registers it with kabam ID they gets 85 or 95 gems. So, create a new account and add it to your alliance, transfer 40 (less than 50%) gems, repeat it 10 times and you get 400 gems. I have plenty of items to repeat it more than 10 times, trust me people have enough items to repeat it 1000 times. This alts + gems cheat will flush the game and it will benefit the cheaters mostly.

    Mostly for those reasons exchange for gems does not make much sense to me. The exchange for gold makes more sense because even if someone cheats it does not give them much benefit. Simply because flushing the game with gold is way better than flushing the game with gems.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by N00B_SAM View Post
      This thread started about something important and ended up with full of BS. I see sock puppets all around and personal attacks. That's not constructive in any way.

      On the matter of constructive discussions, alliance trade is really needed. Now, we should have a discussion without personal attacks.

      If anyone remember the original game "Kingdom of Camelot" (the web version), there was a place called the market place (or agora or something like that). There a player was allowed to put anything they want for sell. And it was not alliance shop or limited to certain players. It was a great place of trade because anyone can sell almost anything for gold. But, I understand that this idea is not acceptable by everyone. Also, the progress of KoC (the mobile version) needs some restriction too. So, no one can exploit the system by creating few more alts.

      The idea of exchange for gems has one big flaw, alts. I know few people who has well constructed alts and their alts have thousands of gems. Those gems are not bought from kabam. Those gems are won from events, calendar or campaign. So, if the alliance shop allows player to exchange items for gems, these players and their alts will benefit mostly. They will trade needed item for their alts and transfer gems to their main accounts. It is a win for them even if it costs them 50% of gems (by giving kabam 50% of the item price). Just do some math, if an alt has 5000 gems it does not hurt the main account or the alt to get 2500 gems transferred to the main account.

      How about creating new alts? If someone creates a new account and registers it with kabam ID they gets 85 or 95 gems. So, create a new account and add it to your alliance, transfer 40 (less than 50%) gems, repeat it 10 times and you get 400 gems. I have plenty of items to repeat it more than 10 times, trust me people have enough items to repeat it 1000 times. This alts + gems cheat will flush the game and it will benefit the cheaters mostly.

      Mostly for those reasons exchange for gems does not make much sense to me. The exchange for gold makes more sense because even if someone cheats it does not give them much benefit. Simply because flushing the game with gold is way better than flushing the game with gems.
      Excellently said and kudos to you

      And yes this is an important subject and I commend you for coming up with yet another way trades can work .

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