Should monsters drop more gold?

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  1. RIN

    RIN Well-Known Member
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    I agree 100%. T2A could really be better used. There is a lot of open spaces and little valleys where a spawn could be. Why not drop a 5 Lich + 1 LL spawn in the city of the dead. The Daemons/Balrons in the fire is a great idea. How about a big pirate camp somewhere on a beach with bosses found in AMIBs...

    How about a spawn of krakens and serpents in the water somewhere with a chance to spawn a shipwrecked (the one with the AMIB) as a boss...
  2. PaddyOBrien

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    Or you could make ren era accurate loot drops on npc nobles and make them drop 500-700 gold and gems, and magic items. I made some decent money on osi that way till they nerfed it!!:p
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  3. Valrick

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    Make stables cost again
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  4. Melochabre

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    Stables don’t cost anything?!

    If so, this would be an easy change to help get gold out of the economy. Stabling costs could be tied pet stats so that better pets cost more to stable, and the best pets could cost 100k a month. Great way to start getting rid of money and getting people out farming.

    Edit: Actually 100k per month might be too low. In the gold per hour thread, tamers say they can make 100k per hour. The right balance of cost would definitely need to be explored. I don’t want tamers getting hosed for having just a few pets - especially brand new players. Maybe only bonded pets incur a stabling cost?
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  5. Lightshade

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    Kind of encourages your casual gamers and weekend warriors to just stop playing tamers. I'd have to vote down any significant cost to stabling, though, part of me wants to "tax" the crap out of those power gamers. :p
  6. Melochabre

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    Even the most casual of casual gamers can earn 100k in one month to pay for stabling. Maybe 100k isn’t the right number but I think it’s close enough to create a meaningful impact.

    Also, you talk about people not playing tamers as a bad thing, but I don’t agree. Almost everyone plays a tamer because it’s a risk free way to farm the crap out of everything with great ease. I think some more diversity in PvM templates would be wonderful. Honestly, though, I don’t see a stabling cost of 100k doing anything to stop people from playing tamers - they’re too dominant in PvM for most to really want to play anything else.
  7. Valrick

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    I'd be okay with the 32gold per stable and claim to be honest. Lets us collect what the cup runneth over!
  8. Lightshade

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    I'd agree with Valrick in the sense that it'd be a charge when claiming/stabling and not some generic fee that would punish you for being busy in real life.
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  9. Melochabre

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    I can get on board with that.

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