So one of the clans that wrote the book on how to kill Bloodthorn. that pioneered the path for the rest of the community to have a guide on how to kill this boss is not deserving of a Status symbol to wear around for bragging rights. Three of our leaders who worked together to write the guide even went to two separate servers (wont mention any names) to help them figure out how to kill Bloodthorn. One of these servers has reportedly received 3 helmets; this particular server was learning from us how to kill their first Bloodthorn when we were killing our fifteenth. Why are they deserving of 3 Ferraris and we are not deserving of any? Yes these helms are far superior to any previous item, but the work, coordination, and effort required to kill this boss is equally more difficult than any previous boss. We are currently leveling up a few characters on another server to hopefully be able to help them be able to kill Bloodthorn. Nothing like the guy driving a Toyota helping others get into Ferrari's.
I would say 40 kills is alot like having the dispensable cash to walk onto a Ferrari dealership and be able to buy a Ferrari with cash but there isn't any on the lot and the dealer says they are coming any day now, just wait another 48-96 hours only to come in to the dealership and the dealership says we have one Mercedes we just got in and 3 Toyotas (guaranteed imperial or godly - thank you for this BTW, and 3 Royals). So the 3 Toyotas just sit in the garage and the Mercedes might catch someones eyes but most are making sure they have the money to be able to buy that Ferrari if the dealership ever gets one in. The first month or two you understand the back order, its a Ferrari after all, but after 4 months you begin to wonder if the dealership is ever going to have a Ferrari in stock. Not to mention that the dealership has said, these aren't just any Ferrari there are 10 types of Ferrari's that we could possibly get in and if the Ferrari isn't designed specifically for you then you get to watch someone else drive off with it.
Another way to look at this analogy is that a car dealership is doing a special event where they are going to unveil 4 cars for people to take home, and there is a chance that one of them will be a Ferrari, but in order to the dealership you have to drive 1000 miles and its not on highway roads most of the roads to get to the dealership are unpaved, so you have all the money you have to spend to get to the dealership. Then once you are at the dealership you and 40+ people have to spend the money to buy a Ferrari just to get into the event. Once you are in the event then you still have to figure out how to get to the 4 cars that we will unveil. Once the group of 40+ finally get to the cars one of them is guaranteed to be a Mercedes, the others will most likely only be newer versions of the Toyota you are already driving but there is a rare chance that the Ferrari that you worked and saved and sacrificed for will be there, but most likely not. After four months of this routine you begin to wonder if the dealership is really only interested in getting you to pay the money that it takes to get in the door and that there really aren't any Ferrari's.
World - Gwydion
Clan - Relentless
Relentlessly killing Bloodthorn in search of the hidden helmet that is buried deep in the coding of RNG. We would love to see you join us on our quest for the hidden helmet.