Waldo0 wrote:I just use Hobbler's Hold with Human or Goblin Transmuter to fill my lockers or vetoes.
Transmuter starts with LEMMISH, so he can easily find the shops.
If you are Veteran, I don't think Vicious maps would problems, because he will have a solid combo to clear the maps easily.
In addition, the veteran would be having enough lockers 6~9 to store the vicious' items.
Except that never was the issue. We already have an infinite locker, and a way to scum up whatever composition of vetoed items. You in particular are the patron saint of it, from what I saw. Whatever anyone (but sidestepper) thinks the whole debate started because the way it is implemented right now, the way you just described, is 100% effective, but costs real life time instead of in-game currency. (And, well, the devs trying to dispute THAT, which is mind-boggling since it's a fact rather than an opinion).
What waldo described there is the most sensible and no-nonsense way to play the game if you want results in a realistic timeframe:
Veto slots = ideal setups mechs to be optimized through transmuter scumming.
Locker Slots = repository for items you cant afford to let go in order not to have to fish too long.
Vicious Dungeons = venues to get the top items through optimized combos (routines).
All that = infinite locker, and easily customizable veto slots. And it's true at any point in the game, really.
EDIT: And before anyone sayes it's my opinnion or prefference - it's not. I set out to make a mystera tutorial - I fire up a vicious token run and pick a fighter with only mytera and magnet fireball prepped...
dislekcia wrote:Going back to MtG: I'm not a huge fan of the way the game constantly forces players to pay for new cards, but have you seen how quickly the acceptance of printed cards destroys a player community? I've watched that happen twice now, years apart, and it's always surprising how quickly people just lose interest in the game.
Err, over here it turned into cube drafts instead of everybody having to play net tourney decks only a select few could rally afford and kept walking away with all the prizes? Our community crumbled twice before we said "f**k y**" to the concept, and made out own printed draft set...We had plenty of cheeze before mind you, what we lacked was room to explore and play below "all rares" level... And this happened spontaneously, before we ever saw a "cube" called that...