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  • #16
    Hi Guys,

    I totally agree with Jygero. I am one of the biggest cashers on my server, and I only spend money I don't need in real life ... I see it as a hobby that cost money. Nobody forces me to spend, and I am not addicted to the game as a sickness, I only like it much. And if I have problems and send a ticket, a get a reply in 24h hours and a solution within 3 days ... so from my point of view the customer service is great.

    And due to my BR, because I am a casher, I face bad comments from non-cashers, as they have no chance ... but some events - especially Amethyst Mine - force us to attack each other ... but don't blame us cashers, blame KABAM for bad brackets or whatever.

    No one is forced to play, no one is forced to be a casher ... Everybody should enjoy the game, it is clear that some can spend more than others to this game.

    Mhael
    Server EU37

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Mhael_2002 View Post
      Hi Guys,

      I totally agree with Jygero. I am one of the biggest cashers on my server, and I only spend money I don't need in real life ... I see it as a hobby that cost money. Nobody forces me to spend, and I am not addicted to the game as a sickness, I only like it much. And if I have problems and send a ticket, a get a reply in 24h hours and a solution within 3 days ... so from my point of view the customer service is great.

      And due to my BR, because I am a casher, I face bad comments from non-cashers, as they have no chance ... but some events - especially Amethyst Mine - force us to attack each other ... but don't blame us cashers, blame KABAM for bad brackets or whatever.

      No one is forced to play, no one is forced to be a casher ... Everybody should enjoy the game, it is clear that some can spend more than others to this game.

      Mhael
      Server EU37
      This game reflects a modern society to some extend, especially one that is based on a capitalistic system. You dont mind paying to [email protected] the hottest girl but I do mind showing feelings. Non cashers are the true players of this game and those who deserve respect..because they choose to take the road less travelled by..cashers misuse the opportunity Kabam has given everyone due to addiction or need to feed the ego..from psychological point of view must also be bad losers in real life. If you consider it as hobby where you invest money you dont need then we might hear the same excuse from the gamblers in Vegas..sorry mchael you don't win respect by cheating but by hard work and effort..a word of advice to all cashers: go out and discover how real life is before it's too late..

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      • #18
        Kstef, I'll try to see your point of view every step though and see if I can make you understand the other viewpoint as well (though not necessarily change your opinion/values).

        1. When it comes to the value of balen, what people pay is what it's worth. That's just economics, you may have different ideas of the value (or the lack of) value of things than others. - I am a firm believer that people get to spend money wherever and whenever they want (with some legal restrictions), if that's inside a phone game as a hobby then maybe that's more sustainable than alcohol or drugs; to me (even if addiction has struck) a balen addiction seems much healthier than a ketamine one.

        2. Misusing the opportunity KABAM has given them? What opportunity is that exactly? The one were we are offered to pay for getting stronger, paying the salaries of the workers, developing the game and feeling like we get value out of our money or are you talking about the opportunity to spend 16 hours per day waiting for bounties to refresh and getting the "Grim Reaper" title? (For reference, you can see the average salaries of KABAM employees here, these figures I found through 10 seconds of using a search engine. Keep in mind this doesn't include electricity, serverchecks, emergency tech support etc etc.) You may argue that these salaries aren't fair even or you may think that if these people don't get their money they won't do any work at all and thousands of players will be without a functioning game, probably angry and annoyed at the money they spent so that you can enjoy the free features (WB, MPD, SPD, Spire, Tanks, Bound balen, BG, solo arena, PvP, Sylphs, Sylph arena, crypts, farm, bounty quests, soon circuit quests, to some extent Necropolis, guild tree, GB, meeting people, amethyst mines etc etc.) has essentially ran out of value.

        3. It's all about investment, you talk about true players as non-cashing and dedicated at the same time you talk about addicts as sometimes missed things because of work cashers. I know a player who had one alarm for each invaderspawn, one for each WB, one for each tanks (back when the bug worked) one for GB, one for tree and I would assume probably farm had some alarms in there as well because why not? To me, that signals more of an addiction than showing up once or twice a day, do MPD, WB (with balen or without), maybe tree and miss PvP quite a bit of the time as some of the heavier cashers do. Do you honestly and wholeheartedly think that your time is worth more than my, Jygero or even your close friends on your server's money? If so I guess that's your priorities and you'll probably stick by them no matter what reasoning is presented.

        4. This game doesn't NEED spending anymore than Candy Crush Saga does, everyone who puts in money choses to do so. This is partly because of the competitive enviroment of the game, but in some cases also because they WANT to feel they contribute. Complaining about how much others spend and claiming they're addicted seems awkward at best to me. I have personally NEVER spent money on this game that I needed elsewhere and I utterly hope that this is true for almost everyone else who plays this game too, my choise was that I wanted something long-lasting for my investment. Because of my spending I rank better in CW, get more gold/daru from WB, rank higher in solo arena, get further in Necropolis, get more Experience and so forth. These things aren't just a one time: "Spend $100 and get +XYZ BR" and my personal spending allows me to invest my bound balen into the World Bosses I can attend instead of on Crypt Keys.

        That's just my two cents, but I might be highly unreasonable.

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