Koromac

Restore Open Space rewards as they once were!

Restore Open Space rewards as they once were!  

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Please, restore base values of all Open Space daily mission rewards from 1 back to 2 for all 3 factions.

Example: 1 monocrystal is now 2 monocrystals. Premium License still gives +1 bonus, which is exactly +50% boost again.

This will solve 2 problems! A problem with Open Space rewards and a Premium License itself!

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Premium License will give +50% bonus to monocrystals and not +100%. Description still states, that you get +50% loot, which is false. This should be corrected to 100%!

 

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The fact they nerfed a paid item is just wrong. I buy a lot of license time in advance. Its a bait and switch scheme. I have been upset about this for months. I paid with calculations its 9 per day only to be 6 mid term.

Then they nerfed the loot drops, spatial scanner and synergy rewards for killing things. I am so tired of of seeing nice things get ruined because of greed.

 

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The loot is my big problem. It used to be useful and you could make enough resources for a secret project in about 2 months of casual grinding. Now it not only takes ages in OS but you have to deal with even more useless credit drops and those terrible ore prices for destroyer ores.

10 parts for one plate/rod/crystal is insane. 3 was perfectly fine.

 

Oh and did I mention that the credits you get from OS are useless now? I don't need 5,000 credits. I will never need just 5,000 credits. Especially if it takes up a whole cargo slot. I need about a billion credits for those crazy increased prices for everything.

 

And remove 100cr drops.

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7 hours ago, TheDarkRedFox said:

The loot is my big problem. It used to be useful and you could make enough resources for a secret project in about 2 months of casual grinding. Now it not only takes ages in OS but you have to deal with even more useless credit drops and those terrible ore prices for destroyer ores.

10 parts for one plate/rod/crystal is insane. 3 was perfectly fine.

 

Oh and did I mention that the credits you get from OS are useless now? I don't need 5,000 credits. I will never need just 5,000 credits. Especially if it takes up a whole cargo slot. I need about a billion credits for those crazy increased prices for everything.

 

And remove 100cr drops.

With spat scanner you can make credits quite fast, but so you can with prem license, prem ships and credit bonus from DLCs at PVE. And true, neodium/beryllium has an incredibly low drop rate...im just gratefull i made the ones i needed in time (when drop chance was good).

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Silent ninja nerf of Extended Hull, anyone? It's a paid item.

It used to give more hull points, without speed penalty. Now it matches Reinforced Beams Mark 4, but not Armor-Plated Hull Mark 4 anymore.

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14 minutes ago, Koromac said:

Silent ninja nerf of Extended Hull, anyone? It's a paid item.

It used to give more hull points, without speed penalty. Now it matches Reinforced Beams Mark 4, but not Armor-Plated Hull Mark 4 anymore.

 

Nope. The other two(afair) was buffed long time ago. (or maybe just T4/5 thingies... to long ago to remember it correctly)

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