2 main reasons:No. Why move just the artifacts out of the Chests?
And a third reason: It's almost impossible to get 9 artifacts for a building in the spire therefore you'd have to wait 54 weeks before doing it again in the hopes of getting 9 total artifacts and making the building worth placing.Motive: The wild swing in RNG where some players get 9 artifacts and others get zero is demoralizing and sometimes Artifacts are totally useless for players who already earned a max level Evolution in the original event.
Just an FYI, I have a full firebird and don't want any more artifacts, this isn't personal, it's based on player postings in the forums and all of my fellowships.I just think that you cant have a shop for just the one thing you might want.
That's not the same because at the time I had unlimited chances and only needed some patience and they fixed that anyways by adding the moonstone set to crafting.How long were you waiting on your endless scroll?
The statistical average is 5.5 per 6 weeks now.My one concern is the price of things. I go to the top of the spire every week, so could conceivably be buying an artifact every 2 weeks. Great for me but given that I had to wait an entire year for the chance to convert 2 new artifacts for a single one - Inno might find 2 spire climbs too cheap. So I think the price of things would need to be weighed carefully. Too expensive and people will miss the random chance to win 5 artifacts in a single climb. Too cheap
This is where we fundamentally disagree.I see the artifacts as just another prize that may or may not be useful to some players. I just do not think artifacts deserve special spire status.
Thanks for this. Yes, it seems balanced, especially with these artifacts on a 6 week rotation.75*6 = 450 or 4.5 artifacts
That's a 20% reduction in how many artifacts you should get and only if you put in maximal effort.
1. How would that work with bases?Soggy's idea = yes except they should all be there
In the half-decade that I've been here tossing out suggestions and feature requests I've become a little less... optimistic about what might actually be implemented.. I also see no reason to compromise as you said you did with them.