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  1. Employing corona/blm as an excuse to skip out on content, ending and shit like this. Entirely agree with you though, theyre keeping the bar lower for next year. They might have done something with Black Lives Matter. Put in cards of African American trailblazers in the NFL. Get the rights to some of the black players. Set up solos with Madden 21 coins information on race in NFL history. Get a trainer card for Tony Dungy, the first black coach to win a Super Bowl. (Maybe also Lovie Smith, who along with Dungy that same year was one of the first black coaches to make it to the insect match.) And sell packs with the proceeds going to groups fighting for justice. There would have been some backlash, to be certain, but there would also have been a great deal of goodwill. And also the nonpolitical MUT players could have been happy to get content. By not releasing promos within this down period, they have left a lot of cash on the table this year. Folks would have purchased more packs. Final edition updates, position heroes, 4th of July or blockbusters. Baffling a company has addicts is not putting out more content. I would be pissed if I had been a bagging. Perhaps there were cuts or capital restrictions we do not know about and that's caused the absence of articles but should they still possess the resources it doesn't make sense to shut the game down so early. Ultimate teams (fifa and madden) are their cash cows. I don't know how they don't place more. I am an analyst for a living - it doesn't require much to see there's a need for buy Madden nfl 21 coins more content. We screaming to'take our cash' and they sit silent. Crazy to leave that much cash on the table.
  2. Different poster. Correlation does not equal causation. Bots increase based on ease of access to computing, knowledge that Runescape is one that may be botted for gain, and number of gamers generally. Botting will constantly increase since the RuneScape gold playerbase or celebrity of Runescape increases, because there is more money to be produced. This increase was not alone caused by skillcapes. I really don't have a counterargument for your point especially. I just felt like saying that personally, while in theory that the argument that Runescape will be better with them may be right, I would be less interested in that match. Max cape and skillcapes are why I made my 1 and only OSRS account and they are why I continue to play Runescape. If a single mechanic at a game is the driving force behind my 3000+ hours in said game, it's difficult to participate in a thought experiment where it is removed. Just some ideas. To take it a step further I even feel this way about achievement diaries. I like the idea of players to getting a account. The giant mole is ruined by the falador achievement diary. I have a family, I have a job, I maxed in under 3 years. I may not have everything that I need, but I realized my goal. I'm sure each of the times your son/daughter was wanting you'd play peek-a-boo with them rather than grinding 99 rune crafting will be well worth it in the long run. Only a random edit - I was not trying to be a trolling smartass or condescending. This remark came from a place within me one day not long ago, my lovely little 2 year-old daughter (the funniest picture of me) walked me up in my computer desk and stated"Dad-Dadup!". I knew that meant she had been tired and wanted me to pick her up, sit her on my lap and play some fun games with her. I stated"Babe will you come? I can't get this boss kill with her in my lap and I only need a few more kills then I am done". My wife arrived and grabbed her and took her to play some building blocks. My little girl just wanted to spend some time with her daddy but buy OSRS gold he had been too busy using all the insatiable mill of RuneScape to pay her attention and that's why I don't provide one fuck around RuneScape or it's market.
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