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10-13-2010 @ 1:58PM
*You have to think of it differently. If you took your car to the shop and they put in a new gas tank that held 10 more gallons of gas, would you expect them to fill the new tank too? You didn't lose any money if they just put your old gas in the new tank.*I haven't logged into live yet so I can't see for myself but basically 60/100 means that you need to pay for a 40% repair to repair this to how it was before.Now the REAL QUESTION is: is the repair cost from 0 to 60 the same now you're filling from 0 to 100 (or has it gone up by 40%)... By the sounds of it, it has gone up by 40%.If you long at it from a "time in combat" before a repair is needed the item runs for 40% longer, but if you look at it from a "number of deaths" before a repair is needed it's now 40% lower than it was yesterday.So basically yes this change IS costing you gold (that if you don't sppend you currently have less durability than you had yesterday).
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