So does everyone have to put in a support ticket, or will it be looked at?
So, you can buy 3 nuggets where a normal world can buy one.Well beta gets first look at updates we are currently on update 1.34 whereas here we play 1.33. You get full reskill for 5 nuggets and nuggets is 3 times cheaper. However we have to sort out the bugs and sometimes life with them. Well here is my reference link if you want to join.
As to 2 a german player did find the snapshot and it was in their community advent. So about 5 rudolphs at most was distributed this way. But lots of players also got it in the premium chests for example joe dalton on world 1.
It's just you. I've heard of some horrible drops from premium boxes (young stallions, seriously?), and I figure anyone who'll spend 1k nugget+ on a box or boxes is probably in that group, and I keep hearing of third keys for non-premium players from rare product bags. One premium player did get two third keys on w9, from a rare product bag and a steel or premium chest.Is it just me or did everyone that paid over 5k nuggets throughout the year, get better stuff then ppl who didnt?
Seriously? This year I bought over 5000 nuggets and I already posted what I've got (items that can be found in shops or items that I already have 2 or 3 ... )Is it just me or did everyone that paid over 5k nuggets throughout the year, get better stuff then ppl who didnt?
"Unique" isn't legal jargon. If you want to judge "unique" based purely on the English language it would have to be an item of which there was only one in the game, on a server, or in a world. They could have gotten around that by just using whatever script inserts a player's name in quest text, so it's not a "young stallion", but "Elmyr's young stallion". In gaming terms, a unique drop is usually unique for a character, which isn't been the case.looks like my "unique" understanding of the English language corresponds with the results posted in this thread. you guys ever wonder why legal jargon was created in the first place?