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Refaim

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  1. This whole thing about ”daily rewards will be significantly increased” must have been a joke. For real. If you manage to get 25wins in one day as a lv14, you will get a total reward of 29 imperials. Considering you need 1900 imperials to buy a single piece of lv14 greatness armor, you would have to do 5v5 for ovee 65 days even if you get the maximum rewards each day. This adds up to over 2 months of DAILY WORK in total. That just doesnt really make sense for me as you can get waaaaay better rewards for a way smaller effort in just 30days (#1 in an arena mode grants you a costume, a piece of accessory depending on the mode, and enough imperials to buy an armor piece of the corresponding level). If 5v5 were to become active, the rewards on the mode need to be ATLEAST double of the current amount.
  2. Compared to the effort required the rewards of 5x5 seem rather worthless imo
  3. Why isn’t the value of rune/crystal enchantments affected by the level change? Say theres a lv18 vs a lv28 player and each have fero ench on weapons, the lv18 player is left in a significant disadvantage
  4. Resembelance is quite different from a blunt, direct copy. I’m pretty sure League of Legends has protected their content with copyrights, and what Warspear is doing is nothing short of copyright infringement (also known as piracy). This is quite pathetic for a game company like Aigrind if you ask me.
  5. Let me have a little outburst here, since changes like this just make me way too mad: You MUST HAVE SEEN how lv6-16 arena activity has gone way down, and now you introduce an update like this? Thats just honestly so stupid. I don’t know what you were thinking when coming up with the idea of removing lv6-16 greatness accessories from the game, but let me just say: this change won’t do the game any good. Seeing that lv6-16 arena is rather inactive, this won’t make it any more active for sure; instead I believe this will kill off any arena activity thats left. This is a rather stupid change. Yes. I can’t express enough how dumb this change actually is. Please, Get. A. Grip.
  6. In a world filled with cruelty and violence, once has to weigh each and every decision for the highest chance of survival and success. The world of Arinar gives each perso a chance to grow and progress and to prove their might. This is the story of a Firstborn ranger, Miksei. If we want to learn the story, we need to start from the beginning. Miksei had to start off the same way as everyone else on the isle of the Firstborn, Ayvondil: he was given a set of beginner arbors and a weapon to get started with his journey. Clueless of what to do at first, Miksei began his journey. He met builders, fighters, crafters, regular citizens, market keepers and many other people, each with their own part to fill in the society. While travelling in Ayvondil, Miksei came to realise the island was green from top to bottom, crowded with trees and plants, filled with wildlife and surrounded by a blue sea. Looking at the horizon from any part of the island, could you not see anything else but the endless sea. One day, after completing tasks and quests given by the people living in Ayvondil, Miksei got offered an opportunity for new adventures: for a bag of gold Captain Melvis would give Miksei a place in his ship when the boat would sail to Irselnort, the Ash Coast. Miksei had no idea where he would be going and what he would be facing, but he decided to pay Captain Melvis and to travel to Irselnort. Once the ship arrived on the shores of Kamp-Gasphel, Miksei thanked the captain. Confused and mesmerised by the change of scenery, Miksei was again only left with the option to explore. On their way to Irselnort, Captain Melvis had sold a new bow for a cheap price to Miksei. Miksei was sure this bow would help him with his adventures, and so he spent almost all his remaining gold on the bow. After weeks of exploring and completing different tasks and quests, Miksei ran into another ranger. This ranger noticed that Miksei was new in what he was doing, and so he decided to help Miksei. After some minutes of talking, the ranger promised to take Miksei as his apprentice. This kind ranger, who wanted to remain unnamed when Miksei would write his story, also recruited Miksei to his guild. This allowed Miksei to meet new people and to make friends. Until this day, that ranger has taught Miksei everything he possibly could, but all is yet to be learned. New adventures still await Miksei, as his friends promised to introduce him to the Arena! This is the story of a Firstborn ranger named Miksei, hope you all like it!
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