Hi @LilithDragonFlower, sorry to hear of your issues! What browser are you using?
Thanks any idea roughly a time frame on that, and also I tried to check one of the packages pricing as it's listed in "Euros" on my browser, and when I clicked the button it didn't work it showed an XSOLLA symbol but didn't do anything.
Looking at the $300/$450 pack btw.
Ummm that's a hard question to answer...
I think Vaping is dumb just as smoking...
Everytime I see "Cigars" "cigarettes" or "Vape" I hear (Cancer).
Everytime I see someone doing any of this, I try to get away from it and hear their lungs crying out for help...
Obviously the choice is up to the person but perhaps in the future "Vape" won't be such a bad thing and there will be some actual added health benefits to vape instead of just bad stuff that is a waste of money...
But hey in the end, we're all slaves to the system, just a different type of slavery, and the FDA doesn't even care when it comes to passing new medical devices in the name of greed if you seen the documentary called the bleeding edge...
Hi @LilithDragonFlower, sorry for the slow reply, hectic days eheh. No, we're not going to ban people for trading items or resources without getting an equal or similar value in return, it's madness. It's something players could do for many legitimate reasons. I wasn't aware other companies did that - if they do, it's not related to the country they're from, it's just a policy they have.
Of course this doesn't mean we're not going to ban gold sellers and players who engage in RMT for game items. We will keep the attention on those practices very high.
Awesome thanks for the reply, just had to be sure on this, although i've missed the KS event now, but perhaps there will be other packs for sale at a later time, just think dragons are cool...
And yeah they are the only company that's actually banned anyone for that rule of exchange in equal value i've never seen or experienced that in any other game.
As far as Real Money Trading, personally I can see why companies don't want others making profit off their games / intellectual property so most companies ban this, although from a personal aspect I really don't care what people do with their money as long as they are not in a game soliciting, or spamming chat for selling currency, or using illegal bots to macro / bot to sell items but assuming two clean players who play legitimate decide to quit and sell (Their Time) for items to a fiend for example and give away all items to another person I personally see nothing wrong with this, it's what happened when I used to play Arche Age I had 3 friends quit all gave me their land and stuff for like $50.
But the problem with (Albion Online) is their game allowed people to buy (Gold) and convert it to (Silver) thus a lot of (3rd Party Gold Sellers) were buying lots of currency using stolen credit cards, and other various methods, then selling it to other people and doing a charge-back, even in some cases people who innocent would get banned for accepting trades with others who either participated, or did something they shouldn't have illegally.
^ This is something I hope this game can avoid having a "Real Money Exchange" like this to the point where players can commit fraud causing problems for the company, and for the player base, ganes like EVE Online" where players can sell Tokens for premium, or Cash Shop items are fine given there is a hold for all first time buyers of currency or something to help prevent these types of actions.
Read the Terms OF Service, says nothing about any questions I ask, so far onlly a Moderator says it wouldn't likely result in a ban.
Any confirmation from the actual "Managers" or "Company Employee?"
15 hours to go would like to throw a package on kickstarter.
@lilithdragonflower Very very unlikely. Fractured's economy is fully player-run. I don't see why the devs would prohibit you from giving away items for free. In fact, I expect guilds to hand out gear to their members for free whenever they go to war.
Yeah the other game "Albion Online" was advertised the same way but 4.5.1 of their "TOS" says your not allowed to trade without anything of Equal Value in return or they will suspect you "RMT" and may Terminate your account.
Though I've never had any problem in many Sandbox games like "EVE" or "Dark Fall" with bans, but would like to confirm the actual policy from whoever makes the "Game Rules" / EULA for "Fractured" before possibly backing with $100+.
Fully player run economy is great, but sometimes I see companies putting limits on player trades and stuff.