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Anjo-KT

GM please adjust the drop rate for cubicles in open world

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Anjo-KT   

At the start of 7.5, the ingisson trico mobs and some balaur mobs in open world had a barely manageable drop rate for the bronze, silver, and gold base stat cubicles.

BUT.. after some maintenances, their drop rates have been indirectly impacted in a negative way because of general drop rate nerfs to open world mobs.

 

It's now IMPOSSIBLE to access this content with a fresh account that did not play half a year ago with the old cubic lab instance. Instances and quests do not give a way to complete any of the stat cubicle trees. Players can't even pay-to-win this content because the content is locked by gameplay...

How is it acceptable that a fresh account can never catch up?

 

 

 

 

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Cubicles are known to be badly implemented, we had it better during 6.x patch and we made sure we would keep plenty for the additional 7.x tiers. Also some cubicles are impossible to get as you need to do specific things to get them.

It sucks that they give so much time to make these things and make them super hard.

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7 hours ago, Arhangelos-KT said:

Cubicles are known to be badly implemented, we had it better during 6.x patch and we made sure we would keep plenty for the additional 7.x tiers. Also some cubicles are impossible to get as you need to do specific things to get them.

It sucks that they give so much time to make these things and make them super hard.

Not mentioning that despite being called "cubics" they are actually depicted as hexagons.

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9 hours ago, Gabrielis-KT said:

Not mentioning that despite being called "cubics" they are actually depicted as hexagons.

Yes it is even worse if you are Hellene (like I am) and these words actually mean something, like

κύβος =cubic (the original word)
εξάγωνο = έξι (six) + γωνία (edge) = six edge

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4 hours ago, 5s152F76-DN said:

but it is a cube.

is_a_cube.png

Yes we are supposed to look at it by an angle so yes, it is a cube in an angular perspective.

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