Cchessgirl1520 wrote:@Yunyi: Another example: The red pandas. (Of course I'm paying attention to their pricing. ) I recently saw one selling for 275k, and, wait for it, one for 220k. I mean, I'm not complaining, but it seems the pricing is dropping.
And yet I will counter-argue myself. I was browsing the MD earlier today and saw a Stream Born Phoenix going for 1k.
Rusco wrote:Thats retarded... just add a marker on the new ones like how i suggested, they're already on magistream so no point in keeping them retired if you indicate they're not originals, it keeps both sides happy cause no ones paying real money for those retired ones. Those who want the originals will still pay today's price for them. Just start at the very very very very beginning so people wont want to wait however long it would take to get what is presently the new release. 105 doni's, starting at the beginning which is 2 1/2 years ago, by the time Tzunun Mouse is in the shop, it'd be like year 2014
Twersie wrote:A way to get rid of gold quickly and effectively would be to introduce a new shop where one can buy STREAMBORN creatures - with prices dependent on rarity.
Allow this to happen until gold is phased out.
Though i simply do not see how introducing a new currency (silver) is going to help at all, as you will have the exact same problems in the end with inflation, unless you do something to greatly limit the way silver is earned.
That could work if you perhaps made it so only unfrozen eggs and hatchlings generated currency (this would also give people incentive to actually CLICK your creatures), and stop giving coins for forum posts all together.
With the whole shop idea stated above, you would, of course, wait until the craze for newly added stream creatures to die down BEFORE adding them to any stream shop.
AmazingGrace1314 wrote:I say no more adult minig
Megatronus wrote:BTW there really no way to fight inflation. gas prices are what cause inflation to go up on everything not just in real but on the internet too.
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