- Jun 19, 2018
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Are the temporary popsicles transferable within the account? I want to get it on my fire posion archmage but then transfer it to my warrior.
Well with that logic of life always being unfair, the rarity of the strawberry popsicle perfectly fits criteria. Not everyone is entitled to this event item and not everyone should be able to purchaes one for 200-300m because life's unfair so there will be people with popsicles and others without, no?Life is always unfair, just like everyone who spent a lot on previous dex faces for example.
I agree with drop rate being buffed a little, it’s way too rare for an event item and should go for around 2-300m max for a 5 att during event, after event the prices we have today would be ok.
My guess is, if they didn't even nerf the drop in the first place, there would not be much complaints.If they buff drop rate, and you guys still get nothing, how many of you are still going to complain
There’s no middle ground.
The only way to have common ground is to just hand out the popsicles like candy which is what most of you want.
Let’s be real.
The drop rate was already low since day 1My guess is, if they didn't even nerf the drop in the first place, there would not be much complaints.
A lot of people are frustrated because of the nerf in the drop rate after day 1. After seeing people getting strawberry popsicles (relatively easier?) in day 1, it is frustrating (and unfair?) for those who unfortunately didn't get to play on day 1.
So the middle ground I would say is, change back the drop rate to be the same as day 1.
However, this is create another problem. Those who spent a fortune (600m now?) on strawberry popsicle would want their meso to be refunded.
I believe Megumi got one chaos scroll from the eggs but with the recent implementation of a temporary popsicle exchange, fewer people will look to open their eggs and would gamble for a temporary strawberry popsicle, which is why data and results are somewhat skewed.How about give more incentive for the eggs. So far I never heard of anyone getting a chaos scroll and to be honest the other rewards are waste of space. At least those who can't get em pops will at least get some valuable scroll or something from the eggs.
I believe Megumi got one chaos scroll from the eggs but with the recent implementation of a temporary popsicle exchange, fewer people will look to open their eggs and would gamble for a temporary strawberry popsicle, which is why data and results are somewhat skewed.
As for the idea of buffing the droprate, likely everyone here who is complaining has not got a strawberry popsicle yet and wants more of a handout situation but you can't really expect to see everyone have the best in slot accessory on the first release of the event - there's more lifetime to the game which means that the item can always be brought back. By keeping it more rare, it helps the longevity.
If anyone quits with the sole complaint of "I didn't get a strawberry popsicle!" then quite frankly it was inevitable that you quit. If something doesn't go your way, you don't just run away. If you fail 20 WS+10%s on your weapon and cite it as your reason to quit, you're just looking for everything to be handed down easy. It's unfortunate and frustrating, sure, but that's the luck of the draw. You don't get a strawberry popsicle now and you refuse to spend a lot of money because it's unfair? That's your own loss, especially if the opportunity to obtain one was always in reach.
Hell, how many of you guys who want to buff the droprate have the strawberry popsicle as a primary upgrade? You still have so much to do in the game whether its perfecting your weapon, chaosing some gloves to get more ATK, finish scrolling your gear, or even makering better rolls on your equips. There are very few people who need to prioritize the best in slot popsicle as an upgrade
I completely agree with how 600m is completely obtainable and investing in the popsicle is worth. What I dislike about this argument is that the popsicle isn't worth that much or how it's absurd. The flaw in this argument is simply that the popsicle is not going to be replaced (at least not for a long while) and it can't be scrolled further, so it's already perfect in a sense. For other equipment, one has to invest so much more money into scrolls and sometimes gems/stimulators. This easily makes other gear more expensive than the popsicle so the rarity and price seems completely fair. Yet if one disagrees with the price, they can still choose to upgrade almost any other piece of gear in the game which also will likely be more value (and thus takes priority).Yes and no. IMO, once you spend ~200m per attack item in game (i.e. get 14-16 att gloves, a dragon weapon with a few 30s and rest 60s, 5-7ish attack cape), the next key damage improving upgrades you can go for (in terms of cost efficiency) are face stompers and strawberry popsicle.
It isn't actually that hard to get 600m in croosade once you get to a fourth job mage and start farming some on 2x drop, especially considering the fact that you can get up to 16k nx a day from voting. So, basically what I'm trying to say is, that getting to the point where strawberry popsicle is the next thing you want to upgrade happens a lot sooner than you think!