Unlocking new sets in shop

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ldaneels
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Unlocking new sets in shop

Post by ldaneels » Sat Jan 09, 2010 8:34 am

It would be nice if the sets could be unlocked through purchase. As it stands, the sets are unlocked way too fast & you don't get a chance to enjoy each set.

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wololo
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Re: Unlocking new sets

Post by wololo » Sat Jan 09, 2010 10:03 am

Wait until you only have a dozen left to unlock... ;)
I've been playing since the release and still have 10 sets to unlock.
The first ones get unlocked easily, but given the algorithm, the more sets you unlock, the more difficult it gets to unlock the next ones.

Although we are thinking of ways to make that better, yes (pay to unlock is one of the possibilities...)

ldaneels
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Re: Unlocking new sets

Post by ldaneels » Sat Jan 09, 2010 12:50 pm

Ah ok, I am only at my 5th set & right now I am unlocking one every match.
Actually, I would personnally enjoy it more if I could get to know each in depth & choose when to unlock new ones.
Thanks for all your hard work.

coolguy824
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Re: Unlocking new sets

Post by coolguy824 » Thu Jan 14, 2010 6:52 am

In that vein, I would suggest making it a choice: one can either choose to unlock the set or choose to get an alternate reward (whether that be a free booster pack, a rare, credits, etc.). I think that would help to slow down the set acquiring rate for those people who want to become fully versed in each set before moving on to the next.

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Re: Unlocking new sets

Post by Szei » Thu Jan 14, 2010 7:12 am

coolguy824 wrote:In that vein, I would suggest making it a choice: one can either choose to unlock the set or choose to get an alternate reward (whether that be a free booster pack, a rare, credits, etc.). I think that would help to slow down the set acquiring rate for those people who want to become fully versed in each set before moving on to the next.
This may interest you. Essentially the idea you are stating.
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