While it was originally & technically in the correct place, moved to sales for more attention as for a charity. GL
This is blowing my mind a little bit, ngl.
I just wanted to drop by and point out this section from the PLEX for GOOD dev blog:
IMPORTANT: CCP regards any scamming attempts surrounding PLEX for GOOD to be morally reprehensible, and any attempts at scamming relating to this program will be met with the harshest and swiftest action at our disposal. If you become aware anyone of attempting a scam related to PLEX for GOOD please notify us at [email protected]
While fake bids aren’t scamming per se, they are vexatious to the process of raisin...Read more
I can assure you, it is not a 75% cut.
The ISK payout remains the same, the change to Survey Database rates was lowering the maximum amount that could possibly drop from a given NPC. The chances of them dropping remain unchanged.
Please use this thread to discuss the dev blog about the completion of the transition to our 64-bit client.
The design intent behind these sites when they were originally introduced was to provide a taste of Invasion content to those that aren’t necessarily able to take part in Invasions proper, namely aimed at newer players, the hope being that they would team up and tackle the content together.
This meant creating a piece of content that was widely available and easy to access, hence the 1 min respawn and HS-wide distribution.
These goals were satisfied but I will be the first to admit that I did not anticipate the subsequent snowballing of botting and min-maxing that started to happen over December and January.
The numbers that we started to see in that period became cause for great concern and a decision was made to space out their respawn timer more and tweak the survey database drop rate.
I understand that people have issue with this but given how the consumption of this content evolved past the initial goal satisfaction, they were a huge problem.
The changes to the Emerging Conduits loot were released today