This had been on the website since Food of the Gods went live. It says more or less the same thing in the what's new section of the game description in both the app store and play store.
Yes it should be made clear in game in the chest description that it is a jackpot prize and, at a casual observation, currently isn't made known there that it's a jackpot prize.
However if someone is planning to spend a lot of money on gambling to win a prize, then they should do their homework and read the small print. If the small print isn't readily available then find it. In this case a visit to the company website would have confirmed the information.
I am not gambling, I am making a purchase. I am well aware that the contents of what I am buying is random, or at least that is what we are told. OTM by there own statements change what they actually do vs what is discussed prior to actual release. In the game the egg is listed as a routine drop. Based on prior experience with legacy and token system, the egg should have been at the same rareness in making a full pet. I realize that you are an apologist for OTM and the deception done here, but you have no basis for attacking me personally, claiming that I did not do due diligence. I do more than most as I do buy lost of chests, and I do track drop rates. I also discuss these things with OTM, so I contend I did do research. Had OTM disclosed the truth of this huge change from their past practices I still would have spent the same amount of money, but I would be planning for future purchases. Instead, using the knowledge gained from this marketing debacle, I am searching for a new place to spend my disposable income. BTW, your attachment says nothing about a dragon, or eggs. For all we know that is a totally different prize and has nothing to do with eggs.
Telling outright lies does not help your case.
1) You are purchasing chests in order to gamble on obtaining dragon eggs. If all you were doing was purchasing and not also gambling, then this discussion would not be happening.
2) In the game the egg is not described as anything, neither routine nor jackpot.
3) If you had done due diligence, then you would have known the egg was a jackpot prize.
4) If doing due diligence was not a lie, then that clearly implies you knew all along that the egg was a jackpot prize and that all this ranting is a sham to avoid admitting your original complaint wasn't quite so warranted as you originally thought.
My previous post was not a personal attack on you. I was putting the facts out there. If you want to go that way, you clearly made a personal comment, in a previous post, be accusing me of being a shill. If you want to say that comment didn't specifically name me, that's fine, I'll say the same about my previous post. However we both know I was the main target of the shill comment, the same as we both know you were the main target of my previous post.
Some more things to consider.
From past events, how many 100% mounts are there? Or how many sets of the rarest fashions are there? 1 or 2 of each on each server active then? So rare enough to say that those specific mounts are specific fashion sets had drop rates similar to the 'known' jackpot prizes. When you bought chests in the past, did you get a full set of the rarest fashion set available? Did you complain at the time that you didn't win the full set and that the drop rate was too high? And did the chest description at the time say that each item of that fashion set was a jackpot prize?
Which leads on to a final query and what that implies in this saga.
Of the players that managed to get a full set of 6 dragon eggs, how many also managed to obtain a full set of white particle fashion tokens?