OtrEbor wrote: »
Come on guys... have you ever read ‘Who’s taken my cheese?’
jdport wrote: »
This is a horrible idea. Go back to the drawing board
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While I like the idea of shaking things up and requiring players to think outside the box, as someone who has financially supported the game I can't get behind the idea of losing access to a character I've invested in because someone else voted on it.
In my opinion, a better approach would be having us vote on a selection of buffs to be available for the next war.
Who moved my cheese?
The reason this game is still going is because of the community. TW drives a very passionate base of this community. Taking the emphasis off of TW does not help this part of the community. GA is not nearly as exciting or engaging as TWs are. We have hardcore TW players in my guild doing the bare minimum in GA because it does not satisfy them the way TW does. The only issues in my experience that people have had with TW were the lack of real separation between winners and losers rewards.
I think this direction for TW needs to be seriously rethought as it will have a lasting impact on the community.
My guild used to get excited by TW, now someone has to explain to them that half of them won't be able to participate, because the community said they don't like the toons they decided to spend their time building.
If people don't pick say, CLS/Traya/Rey/Revan group it essentially will mean no Jedi, no NS, no FO, no troopers, no droids, Rebels will be weak, Sith will be weak, Resistance will be weak... no BH.
That's a lot of peoples squads on the line, more over, that could be a persons entire roster rendered un-usable in the next TW.
1) How do we know what the votes actually are and how things swing a certain way or not? For example - people with multiple forum accounts, etc.
2) The amount of people with forum accounts are a VERY small percentage of the people that play the game. That doesn't seem fair.
3) The groupings tend to make little to no sense. I'm not even sure how those came about.
You're fixing a game mode that isn't broken and breaking it in the process.
This idea isn’t a good idea and as a member of the community I wish this idea to be trash canned.
first one is the one who came up with the idea of 3v3 in GA, and second one who came up with this ban idea.
lots of bad choices lately
That’s exactly it it is easier to remove characters than creatively buff a few. Its simple laziness.