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I am now fully convinced that should they exist that hell looks exactly like heaven except one of these things is constantly escorting you around. They did a good job indeed.paimon is quite possibly named after a demon from the ars goetia and really obviously is only pretending to be a fucking idiot (though doing a good job at it)
I'm interested to see your math.So I did some math to determine how long it would take to save up enough for 90 pulls to pity a 5* character. If you pay for the $5 monthly thing and do all of your dailies, you get exactly 30 pulls every 30 days. So it would take 90 days and $15 to save for 90 pulls (outside of other primogem income). If you don't pay for the monthly thing, then it drastically increases how much time it takes to save up 90 pulls -- 240 days. Again, this is without accounting for other primogem income, or the premium battle pass which includes more gems and also Fate currency.
You also get 300 of those other crystal things from buying the monthly card, which are 1:1 to turn into primogems. So you're effectively getting 100 gems per day from it. (Why does this game have a secondary currency you can buy for real money and then turn THAT into primogems which you then THOSE into the fate currency for actually pulling on something?)I'm interested to see your math.
My understanding is that daily, with the sub card, you can get 150 primogems a day. 10x4 commissions, 20 commission set bonus, 90 card.
That's not *quite* a pull. In 30 days, you have 4500 gems, which will get you 28 pulls with 20 gems left over.
Good grief, shit like this makes me feels bad for mentioning this game in the first place.yeah the whole game is designed around getting a small portion of the player base to do this:
1) to obfuscate things more(Why does this game have a secondary currency you can buy for real money and then turn THAT into primogems which you then THOSE into the fate currency for actually pulling on something?)
Genshin has all of this; spending "gems" on "fates" gives you "Wishes" aka an item or character. But getting wishes gives you one of two currencies (starglitter and like...master glitter or something), and you can spend glitter on various things. But certain rarities gives you certain glitter and the items for sale with each are not the same. Some have a limited stock and others don't. For instance, this month you can buy Razor with glitter, but it's the glitter that you get when you get 4 or 5 star rarities only.Some F2P games let you buy what you want from a store with gems or whatever. Some with a fixed stock, others with a rotating stock.
Some F2P games have a subscription service of some sort that will seem like a better deal than the other stuff if you're an active player.
Many F2P games have gachas of some sort where you spend gems or whatever to try and win the prize you want.
So, for a followup here.People are mad about the resin system, understandably. It sucks, but it basically serves as a way to time-limit how much you can progress through the game so you stick with it over time...orrrrrrrr spend real money to recharge your resin. Hopefully they increase the cap or lessen the amount of time it takes to regen (I think it's 8 hours for a full restock? Something like that).