Robert wrote: Kgrkid wrote:
Robert wrote:26 Dark
I think when you put into context that that’s 40 helms dropping in a year it seems like quite a lot.
And those numbers seem ok? You think someone who has been killing BT for 1 year to receive a helmet is fair? Maybe if those numbers were shifted a little, to suit shadow/void a little more it would help, but then another conundrum occurs, now you have all different types of helms, and class specific for BT increasing that time for that 1 person to receive a helm.
I think those numbers (maybe even a little less like 20-25 a year) spread a little more even for BT, it would feel more rewarding
I feel like people are forgetting that in 50 kills they have 200 best in slot items? (Basically all are usable)
4 per person for a clan of 50, all the items are really good.
Helms being rare just means there’s always something to strive for. However I do think not getting 1 in 50 is excessive, probably just bad RNG though.
200 BIS items?
101 of the drops are sitting in the guild bank right now.
“There’s always something to strive for...”
What does that even mean? The drop rates in this game keep Mordris helmets as something to strive for... Hrung helmets as something to strive for... grand+ bow and dagger Necro rings as something to strive for... dark Gele weapons as something to strive for... hundreds of pures for something to strive for... Royal and above Mordris bracelets, Prot bracelets to strive for...
Since 2013, there are still drops in the game that have end game players “striving” for them. I mean, cmon. That’s a super cop out...
A clan of 50? To produce 50-60 players per raid, clans have to have a large roster. If people were rewarded for their time, there’d be less turnover of burnout churn. It’s a lottery. How long can you stay active and competitive for loot while waiting for something to strive for
? People take breaks from the game from burnout. So much activity required, and so little reward from it.
And if your server has competition? Jeez, it’s 100-120 people actively fighting over something to strive for