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Excess Gathering Materials - New Use?

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Post time 2020-3-19 09:58:13 | Show all posts |Read mode
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Hi,

I'm sure a ton of people are long past the point of having the entire Champion Set to gold, so the materials you get from the standard gathering of grain, wood, stone and iron (jute, poplar, cobblestone, and corundum) are in extreme excess and useless.


Can you please ask the devs to implement some way to exchange these into another use?

A few options that come to mind right away are:
- exchange for other equipment set materials

- expand the set to include an off-hand and 2 more accesories or some kind of mix
- sell for gold (seeing as gold is in such demand for research)

Anything would be better than his endless hoard going nowhere.

Thanks for your consideration.


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Dear tmeh.gm,

It's a fascinating idea. I will transfer these suggestions to the devs for further improvement.

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