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Kabam should keep this drop rate for cav crystals.

nahhornenahhorne Posts: 47
edited October 21 in Suggestions and Requests
Even if it is just for throne breaker, I think that if we are taking a chance on worthless 3-5* champs, a ~6% chance at a 6* is warranted.
Post edited by Kabam Porthos on

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  • nahhornenahhorne Posts: 47
    Malreck04 said:

    Not happening

    still should though
  • Scarcity27Scarcity27 Posts: 1,317 ★★★★
    nahhorne said:

    Malreck04 said:

    Not happening

    still should though
    Ideal, but not realistic, I'm afraid
  • CanuckDownUnderCanuckDownUnder Posts: 101 ★★★
    That would be a pro-player move. In other words, not going to happen. Nice to dream though.
  • QuikPikQuikPik Posts: 549 ★★★
    Those odds had to come from somewhere. It's possible they may be updating the odds or those are the odds for a different type of crystal.
  • StarhawkStarhawk Posts: 424 ★★★
    i don't see these drop rates specifically but TB should get one that has 4-5-6 stars...no 3 stars...
  • X_FactorX_Factor Posts: 36
    2StarKing said:

    It is an intentional actions to boost sales and collect data. Kabam accidentally increases drops rates. Then they post a banner announcing better drop rates. This is all a test to determine if we will open our wallets.

    Worked on me 😅
  • 2StarKing2StarKing Posts: 591 ★★★
    X_Factor said:

    2StarKing said:

    It is an intentional actions to boost sales and collect data. Kabam accidentally increases drops rates. Then they post a banner announcing better drop rates. This is all a test to determine if we will open our wallets.

    Worked on me 😅
    What did you get?
  • KingInBlackKingInBlack Posts: 130 ★★
    It's funny my initial thought was these were future drop rates for the next title (act 7 exploration maybe) crystals.
  • ChaosMax1012ChaosMax1012 Posts: 2,263 ★★★★★
    LMFAO. Definitely a troll post. Good drop rates? Please. Tis an illusion to the eye to give false hope to players thinking there’s a “chance” at something good. Dude really asked to keep good drop rates permanently hahahahah, haha, ha, :'(
  • ONLY_ZUNDOGONLY_ZUNDOG Posts: 4
    I'm still surprised they got buffed in April.
  • DNA3000DNA3000 Posts: 13,532 Guardian
    2StarKing said:

    It is an intentional actions to boost sales and collect data. Kabam accidentally increases drops rates. Then they post a banner announcing better drop rates. This is all a test to determine if we will open our wallets.

    The distinguishing characteristic of a baseless conspiracy theory is that in trying really hard to explain its own narrative, it detaches from reality and twirls in the air like a kite cut from its string.

    Because a company that pretends to accidentally change its drop rates and lies about it to try to secretly gather purchasing information from its customers makes for a good story, only it is completely nonsensical. They could just *deliberately* change the drop odds any time they wanted to in order to test whether people will buy more of the product. Nexus Cavs, anyone? Deliberately doing what anyone with a brain would do just doesn't sell the right narrative of a company constantly sneaking around in dark alleys, so we have to invent the fiction of a company that throws a sheet over its own head and tries to pretend it is invisible.
  • X_FactorX_Factor Posts: 36
    2StarKing said:

    X_Factor said:

    2StarKing said:

    It is an intentional actions to boost sales and collect data. Kabam accidentally increases drops rates. Then they post a banner announcing better drop rates. This is all a test to determine if we will open our wallets.

    Worked on me 😅
    What did you get?
    6* anti venom and rocket raccoon
  • 2StarKing2StarKing Posts: 591 ★★★
    edited October 21
    DNA3000 said:

    2StarKing said:

    It is an intentional actions to boost sales and collect data. Kabam accidentally increases drops rates. Then they post a banner announcing better drop rates. This is all a test to determine if we will open our wallets.

    The distinguishing characteristic of a baseless conspiracy theory is that in trying really hard to explain its own narrative, it detaches from reality and twirls in the air like a kite cut from its string.

    Because a company that pretends to accidentally change its drop rates and lies about it to try to secretly gather purchasing information from its customers makes for a good story, only it is completely nonsensical. They could just *deliberately* change the drop odds any time they wanted to in order to test whether people will buy more of the product. Nexus Cavs, anyone? Deliberately doing what anyone with a brain would do just doesn't sell the right narrative of a company constantly sneaking around in dark alleys, so we have to invent the fiction of a company that throws a sheet over its own head and tries to pretend it is invisible.
    Advertising/Marketing 101. Create a crisis that benefits consumers.
  • DNA3000DNA3000 Posts: 13,532 Guardian
    2StarKing said:

    DNA3000 said:

    2StarKing said:

    It is an intentional actions to boost sales and collect data. Kabam accidentally increases drops rates. Then they post a banner announcing better drop rates. This is all a test to determine if we will open our wallets.

    The distinguishing characteristic of a baseless conspiracy theory is that in trying really hard to explain its own narrative, it detaches from reality and twirls in the air like a kite cut from its string.

    Because a company that pretends to accidentally change its drop rates and lies about it to try to secretly gather purchasing information from its customers makes for a good story, only it is completely nonsensical. They could just *deliberately* change the drop odds any time they wanted to in order to test whether people will buy more of the product. Nexus Cavs, anyone? Deliberately doing what anyone with a brain would do just doesn't sell the right narrative of a company constantly sneaking around in dark alleys, so we have to invent the fiction of a company that throws a sheet over its own head and tries to pretend it is invisible.
    Advertising/Marketing 101. Create a crisis that benefits consumers.
    I agree, this is something someone taking 101 classes would come up with.
  • PseudouberPseudouber Posts: 594 ★★★
    It would get more people to spend that currently don't as they would be more worth your money for people hesitant because of such a low chance while the people that already spend will keep spending and maybe even more.
  • 2StarKing2StarKing Posts: 591 ★★★
    DNA3000 said:

    2StarKing said:

    DNA3000 said:

    2StarKing said:

    It is an intentional actions to boost sales and collect data. Kabam accidentally increases drops rates. Then they post a banner announcing better drop rates. This is all a test to determine if we will open our wallets.

    The distinguishing characteristic of a baseless conspiracy theory is that in trying really hard to explain its own narrative, it detaches from reality and twirls in the air like a kite cut from its string.

    Because a company that pretends to accidentally change its drop rates and lies about it to try to secretly gather purchasing information from its customers makes for a good story, only it is completely nonsensical. They could just *deliberately* change the drop odds any time they wanted to in order to test whether people will buy more of the product. Nexus Cavs, anyone? Deliberately doing what anyone with a brain would do just doesn't sell the right narrative of a company constantly sneaking around in dark alleys, so we have to invent the fiction of a company that throws a sheet over its own head and tries to pretend it is invisible.
    Advertising/Marketing 101. Create a crisis that benefits consumers.
    I agree, this is something someone taking 101 classes would come up with.
    Lol, you kill me.

    Back on topic. I too would like increased dropped rates. Gaining champs at the highest rarity keeps me interested in my roster, motivated to play, and willing buy crystals with cash.
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