English...it's a language and you need to work on it to make your points more convincing.well, in your opinion, a new player without nuggets will choose Colorado where he will never rich to anyone and will be punching bag all his future in game of people who have played there for 5 years, or go to a new world where everything is fromstart and he will have much better prospects there, also playing without nuggets
you nainy and believe in fairy tales?
Let me try to explain this to you in simple terms: Colorado is a well-established world of veteran players. They are organized and try to help each other to balance things out. That includes giving gear to new players to help them out. Have you not ever tried to play on Colorado? It doesn’t sound like it.
Montana? Well, let's see, all the players like yourself, that buy their way to the top, collect together in one town. They only help that town's members, and they don't help to balance the world. So, they dominate the battles. dominate the achievements, dominate the leader boards and wreck the world before it has even begun.
You have 1137 dodges and are ranked 2nd in fort fighting only one week, or so, into a new world. Did you earn that through strategy and good character build choices or did you simply pay to have ^1 J. Cortina so you basically just stand there on the WT while 20 free-to-play players shoot at you for 56 rounds and never hit you? Eventually, the sheen of that seemingly great achievement will wear off because you won't be able to pay anymore to make yourself that much better in the long run. You didn't take months or years of fort fighting to earn that.
Finally, no it's not about "fairy tales" it's about a game that used to be good. It's about a game that used to be fair and encouraged using your brain over using your wallet. That was the appeal. That's what drew people in, not the dopamine mill it has become.