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The Elder Scrolls Blades Gold community is enormous, and I already feel the huge concern radiating off and being directed towards Bethesda. Micro-transactions at a game are totally fine if The Elder Scrolls Blades isn't purposely designed to force players to paying tens of thousands of dollars to always play The Elder Scrolls Blades over an extended time period. I don't feel that was the kind of game the fans expected. Even players that dump massive amounts of money into The Elder Scrolls Blades will gradually lose interest since The Elder Scrolls Blades will become increasingly difficult they'll be asked to dump even more money into a mobile game (keep in mind that purchasing a full-scale The Elder Scrolls Blades game to get consoles/PC on release day is below $100). From The Elder Scrolls Blades's current state, it isn't unreasonable for you to assume that it was developed to be a quick-cash-grab on Bethesda's ending, all at the cost of the lovers *they care so much about. I pray that they will handle the problems, and that this was purpose. The Elder Scrolls Blades has potential.

I concur that the legendary weapons which you can purchase are absurd, but the things I craft and enchant myself are substantially better that whatever I get from any chest. Buying chests may help a bit at the very early levels, and also the prices are outrageous, but I can't agree that it's"cover to win" I absolutely see where you're coming from, but any time that I purchase anything out of a torso, it just ends up scrapped for parts so I could update my equipment I already have, or on the rare chance that it is better than my current gear it will be quickly outclassed but the things I can craft once my blacksmith finishes upgrading. I concur that the chest system is broken. Along with the gems show up far too.

But I don't feel that you are put by spending cash . We're all getting to the same place, some are just willing to pay to get there quicker. I was looking at the tempering menu within my blacksmith, and I can purchase my dwarven longsword to have higher all around stats the legendary greatsword The Elder Scrolls Blades lately offered me to get 1,400 stone. And that is before any enchanting. Of coarse that's with a lot of rThe Elder Scrolls Bladesurces but that is a dwarven weapon. I am not attempting to justify the problems with The Elder Scrolls Bladess market, I just wouldn't go so far as to call this"pay to ESO Blades Boosting win" when it's more along the lines of"pay because I don't have that kind of time to invest." ?

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