December 07, 2013, 05:29:05 |
Quote (Gynrei @ 06 December 2013 19:57)
Quote (Fadedscourge @ 06 December 2013 03:49)
My point is, If I have 3 accs, and I want to open a new acc, I will no longer have the same flexibility to powerlevel that new acc as it is currently in game. I am forced to level that character at a MUCHHHHHHHHHHH slower pace than I want to.
I never do this, but, If I need a xelor, per say. I currently have the option to level it to 110 in about 1-2 weeks, more or less. I do not play everyday, therefore I'm just giving an example. Continuing, That xelor is under the same owner, I am not benefiting from any special treatment.
With this experience revamp, I will no longer be able to do what I stated above. Any multi-boxer that have characters in accounts that are on par with each character in levels do not suffer from this. The problem lies within new accounts opened. Therefore it is a nerf.
The new system that will be implemented in the next update allowing characters within the same account to earn Experience 2x, 3x their normal amount until reaching the max leveled character in that account, should also be implemented to accounts under the same email AND and address. That way players that are multi-boxing are still rewarded for investing more money into this game, instead of getting a penalty/ nerf.
But you are asking for special treatment. See the statement in bold above.
If you open a new account to play a Xelor this is no different than someone new to the Wakfu opening their first account. Unfortunately they will now level slower than you. Let me put this another way.
If a player at level 140 invites 5 different friends(accounts) to Wakfu, they will all spend the same amount of time leveling their first characters to make a party of six. What you're asking for would allow you to start 5 new accounts to make your full party and level up much faster than them. That is special treatment.
That flexibility you had before, is called one thing, power-leveling. Anyone could get power leveled before, it was simply easier for Multi-boxers because they don't have to rely on friends to PL them.
The words "special treatment" is not the word to use in this case. I do not see this as special treatment. You're making it sound like there is a huge ass chocolate cake at the end of a 100km marathon race waiting at the finish line.
That lv 140's friends are playing the game for the first time, therefore they need to experience the entire Wakfu content themselves, the same way I did when I first started. I already experienced the content, therefore I do not need to go through all the areas again with a new account of mine. I need to "catch up" with the rest of my characters with ease (this is not p2w).
Let's give an example with another game, WoW. If you have a higher leveled character in WoW, you have the option of buying BoA items that provide bonus experience to any new alt you may want to create. Those BoA items can be traded to any of your characters in different accounts under the same email.
Same concept in this game, your accounts should have the same flexibility to catching up with all your other higher level characters as you do not need to go through lower level content. What benefit will you get out of going through lower level content? absolutely nothing.
Another example, Let's say one of YOUR
acc's get hacked and there is no way to get it back (just an example). Will you enjoy opening a new account, and leveling up a new character at a shortened progression rate in content that you're not enjoying, nor benefiting from them?