Agenda? For who am i working for and what's my purpose all those months? I'm just a frustrated player that tries to bring TPCI back to their senses even if in the end of the day it's a "us vs them" mentallity.
Your agenda is your own. While it might come from a legitimate place of frustration at the changes being made to the game you obviously love, I think you tend to look at any decisions the devs make in a purely negative light. You are of course entitled to your opinions but you keep framing them in terms of a conflict between the devs and the players in which you serve on the front lines of the resistance. I'm sure most of it is just for dramatic effect, but I think there's a part of you that truly believes that you are the hero we need. Whether or not I'm happy with every decision the devs make I think their underlying objective is to make the game more accessible and enjoyable for everyone. While they might not always be able to realize this target, I think it is obnoxious to keep painting them as villains in some pantomime war you're waging in your own head.
Do you understand how rarity works or rarity should only be applied in a way that benefits the masses? Transforming a TCG into a CCG in order to stop an underground black market and account compromisations is a recipe for failure.
Perhaps we simply disagree on the function of the trade market on PTCGO. I believe it is to make it easier to get the cards you want. Others might have a different attitude towards trading and enjoy trading for its own sake. But the topic at hand (ie. the illegal transactions involving Vivids) is the consequence of of an absolutely unregulated trading system. I'm sure you've seen posts about/by people who were sitting on a massive number of Computer Search-es, denying many players from having access to the card by restricting the number of Comp Search in circulation and helping maintain its high price. If you think it's a bad idea to discourage such behaviour, I'm sorry but I don't agree with you. If you are truly trying to speak up on behalf of the players (and not just a portion of them) you would understand why making the game more accessible is not a bad thing. And neither is it turning it into a CCG. The trading feature is not going anywhere. All I see is an attempt to rein in some of its excesses.
By the way, i'm glad that you are noticing me wherever i'm writing. I guess that i'm doing a good job
I can't deny that your hysterical rants have a certain entertainment value. Keep writing and ranting! I might not always agree with you but I certainly appreciate your passion.
Edited by picsupes, 15 March 2018 - 06:11 AM.