Can we get a detailed explanation of how the tickets from cash donations work, please? Especially in correlation to the “Limited Edition Rewards.”
As far as I understand it thus far:
$10 Donation = 1 Bronze Ticket
$20 Donation = 1 Silver Ticket
$30 Donation = 1 Gold Ticket
$50 Donation = 1 Gold Ticket / 1 Silver Ticket / 2 Bronze Tickets
$100 Donation = 3 Gold Ticket / 2 Silver Tickets / 2 Bronze Tickets
So why would I ever donate $100 when donating 2* $50 gets me DOUBLE the amount of Bronze Tickets, the SAME amount of Silver Tickets and only 1 less Gold Ticket, but the exact same amount of cash points? It doesn’t feel like this has been very well thought through.
Large Baphomet Horns = 30z = 30 Gold Tickets?
So you’re telling me I need to donate $1000 to get a Large Baphomet Horns, or simply farm Anubis / Battlegrounds? It doesn’t make sense in terms of relativity to the value of the items for them to be SO expensive in actual real-life currency, when they can just be farmed in-game.
Also, is there no option to down-trade Gold / Silver tickets into Bronze Tickets for example? What if the only helms I want are from Bronze Tickets? That means the fastest and most affordable way to buy an item with Bronze Tickets is by buying 15 $10 donation vouchers.
It’s very possible that I’ve got this totally wrong, but as it stands, the Limited Edition items feel far too convoluted and expensive to obtain, given their actual value. $150 for a Roboeyes which gives 1 dex and 2% matk?
I am hoping that I’m simply misunderstanding the system, because if this is actually how it works, then this makes me personally very, very demotivated to donate.
Thanks in advance,