Reiterating cause the thread had moved on by the time I edited my original post:
Add craftable uncommon (green) versions and 50/80K D-store rare (blue) versions, and I'll be fine. HELL. Add a common (white) one to my replicator. I might get one or two of the very rares for my main(s), or I might not cause 700 Zen still is a lot, but I can't let you live down having to shell out 700 Zen a dozen times for gear that should be standard issue while at the same time being positively INUNDATED in what looks like Ridley Scott's rejected concept art, lazily reskinned half a dozen times and obscenely labled as being "Very Rare". Cause of course Starfleet would reward my efforts on Nukara, randomly, with tech that looks suspiciously Cardassian/Dominion/Ferengi in origin. (That low-balling contractor sure gets around.) Have you ever checked the exchange to see just how people value those armored environmental suits?
Just, doesn't make sense.
But at least I got my rage back. Guess that makes this a good day.
Finally they add the awesome suit people want and then its not even for the EV suit set to give it atleast a special costume. >_<
700 per character.
Not reclaimable because its tradeable.
Same or worse stats then items already ingame.
So in the end this is a 700zen non-customizable costume unlock, per chartacter. That cant be used for anything other then standing and showing you used money. My current suit got better stats, so I can't even take this into combat.
"Please, Captain, not in front of the Klingons."
Spock to Kirk, as Kirk is about to hug him.
Star Trek V: "The Final Frontier"
Last edited by claudiusdk; 07-26-2012 at 06:13 AM.
Reason: fixing typos
First time I've logged in for a while, just to say:
Good luck with this one, PWE. I refuse to buy anything from your ridiculous store that has the word "character unlock" in its stipulation - let alone for 700 Zen.
Drop a zero, and maybe I'd consider it.
I'll spare the bargaining, as it's quite clear from previous assertions that "you've taken on our feedback" that your hearing is quite selective, but I can only observe that Dan Stahl really needs to have a word with the person dictating these prices, and tap them on the shoulder...