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Anonymous said: your art OMFG
I have been having periodic conniptions on twitter because of this fricking ask goankjanclwebaglakdjh
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN, WHAT ART DID YOU SEE THAT MADE YOU GO OMFG, DID YOU LIKE IT, WHO ARE YOU, WHAT DID I DO TO DESERVE THIS
How is Smoke still really difficult to grab from the Marketplace, how are people still sniping and reselling it at ludicrous prices? It’s been out a month already, even Skydancer Scrolls were easy to grab by this point.
What the hell
Seconded. Possibly thirded just for emphasis.
We had two of us staring at the marketplace for two days & still had to buy it off AH
My guess is that Smoke is higher demand than Skydancer because it can be used with multiple breeds.
I don’t really understand your logic there? Skydancer scrolls can be used on any breed and at the time it was the easiest way to get a Skydancer you liked.
Maybe Current and Ripple are better examples, or Crackle, Underbelly, Seraph or Gembond. None of the other genes that have been announced since the game started have been near impossible to get from the marketplace for this long, despite being just as sought after at the time. The issue seems to be with the randomised restock system, and the fact that the number of items stocking hasn’t been adjusted enough for the huge influx of players recently.
There’s no such thing as a completely fair system and it’s totally understandable and fine that items should be hard to get when they first come out! This is just getting ridiculous :/
Er… My logic was that you are more likely to want to use Smoke on lots of your dragons than you are to use Skydancer because Smoke can be applied to multiple breeds with different results. Therefore the demand would be higher as the demand per user would be higher. That makes sense, right?
And I’m sorry that you are upset about… capitalism and imbalanced game economies, I think?