So with the recent and sudden release of Darth Malak, made a LOT of people are irritated with the current flow of content coming into the game. It's understandable even though I'm a player who's nowhere close to being at the top (1.3 mil GP). It is very frustrating to see such stuff catered to p2p. But recently, (yesterday) Crumb, made an announcement for the reworks of three iconic characters; GK, JKA and Ashoka. When I read them, I felt as if this was quite well done. Even though there's no zeta on jka still, I feel they've done a good job with the kits. But as usual, there were many complaints... Why?? I don't understand the why that at one point in time, when there's an announcement about a p2p catering change, everyone complains about it not being f2p. I get that and it's completely understandable. But complaining about a rework? That hasn't even been added yet and tested in-game? Come on. Though this may not be significant, I feel it's healthy and great for players who still want to have fun and work on random factions and teams to play, rather than constantly stressing and trying to chase the meta which will eventually change again and again. I have a meta rebel team in my arena at the moment, but for this month and the next, I'm farming Galactic Republic, and make a team that WILL be fun to use. And (This is my opinion DO NOT takenot to your ego...) If you're still complaining about small changes such as these that clearly catering to f2p and still somewhat good, stop playing, you're not enjoying it. Anyways thanks and have a great day!