Thanks for the changes but I am still concerned about the damage to the DOFF system. The Academy packs are no where near worth any amount of dilithium and I really wish you would return the upgrinder costs to what they were and place the new costs on the down-grinder.
I am also still concerned about the fate of Exploration. I really think it needs something in the mid-term like a reputation system at least.
Last edited by commodoreshrvk; 11-14-2012 at 04:24 PM.
However, our concern that there would be too much Dilithium in the economy if we left Dilithium in both STFs and Fleet Actions has been outweighed by the frustration we've seen from STF fans since the launch of Season 7.
As of this post, season seven has been on the live server for just about 36 hours.
That really must have been a LOT of hate flying their way.
Oh well, glad there's a familiar way to get dilithium again.
Now, how about shaving a few hours off of those reputation projects?
As good Revo said.. and Our Love for Trek its got to be real if not we simply fade away..
or slowly play even less. when changes chased our friends away. .
I Hope this object lesson shows a good balance and a fair compromise..
While we still see much grinding inherent in the system.. we see nicely crafted new ways to enjoy content . and pace out some of the repetitious grind dailey's and share more time with friends.. doing the ones they prefer.
8000 refined a day for base members seems fine.. i tend to horde and occasionally refine.. and not be too material so Bell curve demographics may skew me to the bean counters.. its an important resource allocation tool to you and a wise one. .
But i'm just here for some fun.. aiding that fun by having a nice Team backing you accomplices both our ultimate goals or enjoying what we do..
Beware of Cloaked Romulans Bering Gifts
Last edited by senshibat01; 11-14-2012 at 04:28 PM.
Don't congratulate Cryptic for this. It's a PR stunt, and doesn't address the real problems. It seems to be successful as a number of folks are buying into it and forgiving Cryptic for all the other problems we now face.