1. But but... what about all the hard work I did to get blablabla amount of Kamas!? Where is justice?
- Kamas has no value now, your long hours, days (*cough* years even) of playing Wakfu went directly down the drain. Deal with it.
What about Haven Worlds? The costs of land and buildings are at fixed kama prices. They would have to remove kama cost and raise RP. Last I heard Ankama had no more Haven World team. What about items from Guild Desk? What about cost to change nations? Zapp fees? All this stuff would have to be reworked, and with Ankama's speed, I think we'd never see new content again.
The truth is that games do this all the time ...and it's pointless to bring that up ...but it's kinda tirering as a player that listens to 'dont abuse this temporary bug' /'we will be banning ppl that abuse the loot in this dungeon while its broken' but you can make milions while spending 2hours a day in there'
and then finally after bug is fix you hear 'we will not ban annyone cause it would effect too many innocent ppl' ...excuse me?! ..and then later it gets put in ingame-money-boxes that will give you a title or a gem or what ever that gives you 100+ to all or some stats ..
perfection - don't listen = great rewards
What I'm really worried about, with people calling for these big sweeping bans, what about the people who didn't purposefully take advantage? What about the people who had all their nice pricey stuff listed before the abusers hit, they had no idea, why should they be banned? Players who used kelba, who sold alllll their expensive gear now that many more players have kamas, are they also in the wrong? Players who went about their business anyway and kept listing at reasonable prices, but due to the traffic sold everything they had, them?. Where would the line be drawn? How would Ankama separate what was accident/timing and what was intentional?
Also, Ankama never told anyone to stop listing items, players did. How can anyone (but the initial abusers) get banned? It isn't against ToS, Anakma didn't tell people not to use markets. This is a really sticky situation, but the fault lies on the initial abusers, and before it's your everyday's nub's fault, I'd look at Ankama for not securing the exploit and also for no direction. I would be livid if players got banned for simply using the market or being in the wrong place at the wrong time, Ankama never said STOP USING THE MARKETS, how can anyone be banned for using an in-game feature?
Edit: I'd like to add, about checking players logs. They would have to check every single player who has been online in the past week (because obviously they could tell, 10m for shushu emblem= legit, 10m for piwi feather= wtf) but, no one is going to report themselves if they took advantage. The dupper case a month ago was a bit different since it was just a handful of accounts to track which were easily reported off market, but this would be thousands of times the scope of it o.o;;
This post has been edited by cbunny - August 10, 2015, 08:02:43.