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6-16-2007 @ 12:56PM
One of the posters here made a good point. Why should arena season 2 gear be better? Different maybe. Think of Superbowl. Each year the winning teams get X dollars, goodies bags, rings, a new car I think to boot. Losers get less, but not bad. The money does not change that much. So, if the arena season 2 loot is different, then cool. I don't see why it MUST be better each time, or even different. Sure, eventually a lot of arena folks will have similar gear. But that is the case now. I'd rather see rewards change or increase at the top tier. And the fact they made the lower gear cheaper this time is disappointing. A lot of folks (not me) spent their points on that gear at the full price. I wouldn't be too happy. And lastly, I think - where does it end? Arena is area ; it isn't harder or easier, unless of course the teams change. So this year things are better by 2%, then next year 2% etc. Eventually, imbalance occurs and things look like the giveaway dungeons of the D&D era. Think of it as a movie - do more explosions make it better? Maybe. maybe not. I wish they would have more status stuff, like special bags, versions of the same item, for folks that like fashions, unusual pets, or even small buff items that work only in instances or in 5 man groups (non-arena). Add some dimension. Heck, let the folks who win arena and pool arena points be the only ones who can build a guildhouse. There's an idea.
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