someone posted an example about it years ago but it's on another siteWolfandWolf wrote: »I've always heard, for a long time, that there was something wrong with our current font and that it needed to be changed. What exactly is wrong with it, though?
agree the drop rates in this event were terrible and too much RNGI spent maybe 1000 coins on this event and never got anything from that gacha coin box (yes multiple accounts because the drop rate was so bad)
At best I got two HS items. To say that regular players got lucky and got the wings without using multiple accounts just seems to far fetched to begin with.
Besides want items to be tradeable just so they can go into the dressing room vs actually having a chance at items just seems like an unfair opinion to begin with.
what kind of worth determines whether an item should be tradeable or not? o_o honest question, i don't understandThese items are worth far too much to be tradeable and besides every time this event rolls around its always wings with the same stats on them.
"I suggest making the top three prizes and other prizes that affect gameplay should be untradeable to prevent people from spamming the events." from your first post implies that you're suggesting prizes that affect gameplay from any event be untradeable, not just festia wings. that would eventually clog inv. people get the same thing with a different look all time time and use them both..............Its not a big deal if you cant store them in dressing room especially if they all do the same thing you only would ever need the one pair of wings. Doesn't make sense that you would try to get the same thing just with a different look just so you could throw it in a storage box and never use them.
the servers were up.... they were just up before advertised. if they weren't active/online, players would not be able to log into the game.Let other players have a chance at those items rather than people who never log off the game and spend all their coins before the server even goes up. Its unfair to the community as a whole.