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  • Purchasing items with Class Coins...

    If there is no plan for Class Coin use, after maxing out all classes, what if consumables were put in place? For example:
    In War - Heal 1% for every 5 CCs traded to the Black Market (Full Heal = 500 CCs) / 1 Time per war
    Trade 2,000 CCs to Black Market for 1 Stamina Refill / 1 Energy Refill
    Trade 1,000 CCs to Black Market for 1 Scratcher
    Trade 500 CCs to switch Classes during war - Requires "Professional" achievement for associated classes / 1 Time per war
    Trade 2,000 CCs for 1 Common Recombinator / 4,500 CCs for 1 Uncommon Recombinator / 10,000 CCs for 1 Rare Recombinator / 25,000 CCs for 1 Epic Recombinator
    Trade 4,000 CCs for 1 Common Splitter / 9,000 CCs for 1 Uncommon Splitter / 20,000 CCs for 1 Rare Splitter / 45,000 CCs for 1 Epic Splitter
    Trade 100 CCs for 1 Common Tech Lab Part / 300 CCs for 1 Uncommon Tech Lab Part / 900 CCs for 1 Rare Tech Lab Part - No option to purchase items like Sara pieces / Epic / Legendary parts
    Trade 6,000 CCs for Common Crate / 30,000 CCs for Rare Crate / 150,000 CCs for Epic Crate / 750,000 CCs for Super Crate (Event LTs Only)

    This would greatly increase activity in EvE, while rewarding those who have been participating in EvE consistently for the past 6 years!!! My empire and I (HUMP•BANG) look forward to another 6 years of AWESOMESAUCE 💪🏻😃

  • #2
    Medic class will use cc, so there is a plan for them, at least for the moment.

    I like the overall ideea, but there will be people who will look for „cc empires“ even more with long wars. Maybe if cc multipliers will be set in place for faster wars, it will somehow equalise the rewards.


    • #3
      Alexian, you MUST be partially joking 😆 When that class releases, everyone who's been playing steadily for the past 6 years, will be able to immediately max out skills as they rank up in the Medic class... the only caveat being it MIGHT take time to level the class depending on how high the player has Fleur and if they are cloning her 🤓 My idea is not to solve the math... UE has people for that, when it comes to how much each item might cost. But no matter how many classes they come out with, unless it occurs on a regular basis, Class Coins will ALWAYS become obsolete. It doesn't sound very feasible to let us stock pile CCs, UE unleashes a new class, and we can suddenly level up each skill to the max right out of the gate... that's just lazy programming 😆 An idea like this promotes "War Activity"... if people want to shop around for a more active Empire, allow them to do so. People wouldn't shop around INTO our empire, but we still think this is a fantastic idea 💪🏻🤓


      • #4
        I am with you on cc will always become obsolete at one point. I wouldn’t actually mind a more „max limit“ on more parts of the game (lvl, sp, items).

        I have minimum 150k dormant cc on each of my toons and I am in a „cc empire“ (well, I actually think of it more as an xp empire, since none of the actives actually need cc) and an implementation of your ideea will benefit me greatly. But after the initial swap of cc / crates, I will still gather about 150+ cc per won war, while someone in a competitive empire, will still have 30 to 60 mins war and under 100 cc
        I think the game needs more competitive EvEs, with more people engaged in more closed battles, not rewards for „cc farming“ tactics and long boring wars.

        Cut out the cumulated cc, as they will be monetized quickly by most (some will benfit more than others - there are reports with more than 500k cumulated) and the devs need to find a way to be about equal to all players, even if they have 10 mins wars or 2 hours wars (multipliers ideea, similar to Turf Wars xp multipliers, which actually advantages fast wars, not me).

        And, as I said. I like your ideea and I hope it will be implemented. And yes, the „math“ needs to be worked and balanced by UE stuff, for all players, even if they have been playing 6 years long (my case including) and stocking on piles of cc or they are new players or players with fast wars and low cc rewards.

        Ps: personally I will just buy refills with the occasional epic spliters


        • #5
          Sounds like something UE has not thought about in the past 6 years... it also sounds like they should implement "something", whether it benefits anyone immediately or not. If they don't address this issue sooner rather than later, it will just continue to grow into something they can't fix, for the sake of "benefitting" others too greatly. I agree with a lot of your points. When it comes to reports of players with 500k+ accumulated... well... UE should not have taken this long to address this issue. Instead, implement SOMETHING, bite the bullet, put a shop up, and give people a way to spend the class coins they've earned. If people complain about the ability to spend their class coins... well that's just silly 😆 Even highly competitive empires will sit down and strategize how to best navigate their wars to maximize class coins.

          Everything on this list posted above, is not a game changer, or not achievable/available to everyone who plays the game or participates in war. This way, if UE releases other classes in the future, people will not be able to immediately max out skills as they become available, and players will have to make a choice - do they save up 750,000 for that super crate they've had their eyes on? Or do they spend their class coins on the upcoming class about to be released? OR... do they spend them on refills because they are LSI and just want to level?

          Putting a shop into place doesn't benefit anyone over anyone else, because it introduces options across the board (options that are available to everyone who earns class coins)... the shop changes the way people look at and participate in war. Putting a shop in place ALSO will not make people want to participate "less" in war. People who participate, will continue being just as active, and people who are active and want more CCs per war, will find a way to strategize and realize that vision 😃


          • #6
            We can only hope devs make some kind of shop.... (not only for cc, I still have a lot of unused weapons, gear etc..)

            but it I think this idea is almost as old as the game itself


            • #7
              Hey Marc, I agree 😃 But here's the thing... the community has to talk about it, express and maintain the interest in it. I don't imagine the development team of Underworld Empire is extensive. I imagine they have develop and program the game as it is (tackling bugs along with everything else along the way). It is probably a lot to tackle at any given time. This is where the community can step in, and we can help drive a bit of that developmental process. The shop posted above, is not my idea alone, it is an idea of a few of us that have been playing UE this whole time... for me it's been since January 19th, 2013. All of the numbers are crude, and it comes off the basis of 1000 class coins equaling 5 Favor Points (as a single scratcher can currently be purchased from the Black Market for 5 FPs). UE's programmers would have to iron out the implemented rates if it went live... but I truly think it's up to us (the community) to drive developmental ideas like this. If we sit on our thumbs, it's very apparent that they sit on their thumbs as well 🤓 I do sincerely appreciate you chiming in!!! Spread the word to your empire... ask them to jump into the forums and chime in 💪🏻😃