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  • (Quote) That, or something like that, seems to be what's happening based on relatively casual observation of the reel. It does seem like 90% of the reel's slots are occupied by 5* champs, which is roughly consistent with that being true.
  • (Quote) The rest of my life operates under the same principle.
  • (Quote) Yeah, I believe the reel is basically loaded with all the possible drops for the TB crystal and randomly shows them as the reel spins (as does most random crystals). This means while we think of the crystal as having a chance for a 5* cha…


  • 17 runs so far (17x7=119 drops on the map, all taken).
  • (Quote) At the moment the 1%-5% cutoff is around 22 million-ish.

    How are you getting to 48m doing two rounds a day? I think I have a comparable roster to yours: 25 rounds of 6* (75 champs) gives me a ~30 million if I do two full cycles…
  • (Quote) Obviously Pretty.
    dans 2 most op sp3 in-game Commentaire de DNA3000 22 avril
  • (Quote) Void is on my SQ team and he generally does well for both of those fights. I don't mind the CW fight taking a while because I'm healing up on that fight from the debuffs. With Strange, once I get at least one pacify on him that fight is …
  • My understanding is the voting arena is going to be very light; no one is going to be spending units to refresh champions just to get more votes. The idea is to add a touch of in-game engagement to the process, not to skew the votes towards the big…


  • Random is random. Sometimes it is randomly bad, sometimes it is randomly good. I also had a map with four drops of gold, which would be good for some p…
  • Red hulk. My muscle memory keeps trying to Parry him rather than play him basically unblockable. He's responsible for most of my deaths in the SQ when my brain momentarily goes to sleep and he just steamrolls over me.
  • (Quote) I actually prefer this one to Odin in terms of actually running it. Some of this is subjective to be sure, but I personally find (on Legendary, to be specific) that the fights are different enough to be generally engaging, without being e…
  • (Quote) Actually, that is slightly under par. Anyone who has done the maximum number of runs, which with the 2 key compensation is 15, has seen 105 legendary reward pulls on those 15 maps, assuming they do everything. With a 9% drop rate, the av…
  • (Quote) That option only exists today because it wasn't used in the past. If we use it today, it won't work tomorrow. These things matter to end gamers because its the only things they can't really earn many of. But if you add it to more than a…
  • (Quote) I think one problem with the highest tiers of war that doesn't necessarily propagate into the lower tiers of war is that the competition is currently - its hard to describe with a term, but I would say one-dimensional. It is all about dea…
  • (Quote) People say the same thing about 12.0. It was the "boycott" and the mass complaints that caused Kabam to change. But what did they change? People complained about DR, they complained about CR, they complained about the harsh nerfs to som…
  • (Quote)
    How do you reconcile this explicit statement from Kabam about the game with their other announcements about things that are scheduled to happen within the game? Shouldn't they be given at least equal weight?

    If we have t…
  • (Quote) Cap is the best option at the moment, but Omega and Hype might be better options if awakened. If you are at a point in the game where 5* awakening gems are things you can earn, like say in this month's side quest, then you might want to c…
    dans Sorry to ask but Commentaire de DNA3000 17 avril
  • (Quote) I hope not. That would be two weekends in a row where my inner peace was disrupted by having to respond to scarecrow tactics.
  • (Quote) Well, not all of them. Some people appreciate things like the 4* Cav objective. But some people complain that such challenges are not progressional. In other words, they spend all this effort building up their 6* rosters, but the game g…
  • (Quote) That's true, and as an operator of a service provider myself, I agree in principle. But those are global decisions, not local ones. I have the responsibility to deliver the best possible service. And if I represent that service as being…
  • (Quote) 1. You mean strawman, not scarecrow.

    2. If you want to have a discussion about neuroscience, psychology, game theory, or patent law, I'm game. I am conversant on all of them.

    3. In fact, I've read all of the legal…
  • (Quote) The last time I played a single game as much as I now do MCOC, I put about 12000 hours into eight years of game play, and I still look back on that game fondly. I still occasionally discuss that game with others who used to play it, I mad…
  • (Quote) If you're grading the AQ compensation based on the belief that Kabam owes you a debt and is deliberately ignoring an opportunity to settle up with you, nothing reasonable will be satisfactory. If I told you something you did was a complet…
  • (Quote) I tend to roughly gauge player strength by what content they've done, or theoretically could do. A highly skilled player with a smaller roster could have the same strength as a lower skilled player with a larger roster overall. So I don'…