Discussion in 'Adventure Quest 3D' started by HappyDays, May 28, 2017.
200 bucks or so
More than 1k dollar if you count the dragon guardian, kickstarter, heromart items, etc
300 bucks I dont even use gold system and trade should really be added so we players dont have to shop online just trade and buy with players who already have the items
If we're talking about real currency, they're most likely never going to add trade for items that were bought with DCs. That would just be a Pandora's box. I don't even know if they have tags for DC items when they're bought, since you can't even sell back items for DCs, so it's possible that trading will never be implemented.
I really doubt that AE will make DCs usable in trading nor items which are bought with them. I can see trading being a thing, but not with premium currency being part of it.
i use to spend a lot. now i cant coz mom scold me :-D
How much are we talking about? It's either not that much or way too much.
for me its way too much since im from a poor country. but its less for americans hehe
Well, that explains a lot.
As long as it's not HeroMart stuff, you should be fine, since shipping is pricier out of America.
I'm not sure how spending money is in other countries, but there are occasionally differences that'll make different countries seem like they're spending more than other countries. For instance, I don't think tax is included as part of the price for certain stuff; some stuff might list at $19.99, but it's usually more than that because of taxes. I think in Europe and other countries, there's VAT (Value added Tax) which is a bit different. I'm not exactly sure how that stuff works since every country is different.
Yep, the shipping cost can go pretty high outside of America, but at least the prices went lower inside America.
Maybe 200dollars including kickstarter, DCs and heromart stuff
So far nothing
Doesn't seem so bad. I know some people who have spent over thousands, especially within a year and even within a month, and I surely wouldn't recommend that personally. You'd really have to be a die-hard fan at that point. As long as you're not constantly spending in-game currency on a bunch of name/gender changes on your character, craft materials, or DC items that you'll plan on deleting in the future, then I think it's adequate enough. Things that can be accessible at anytime without requiring you to spend money again like a few collections seem to be the better option, and most of the time you won't be spending thousands of dollars within a month (and possible a year) on those sort of stuff, though collections tend to be on the pricey side (around 5,000 DCs). Opening chests and watching ads seem to be a good approach though; it might seem like you're gaining a small amount, but the DCs accumulate quite rapidly.
I dont spent any...
I see, so you got the kickstarter wolf transformation?
I have only bought guardian till now but I am sure I won't be spending more than $100 before I get bored of it
I'm sure once the game goes live on steam (game is still in beta) we will get weekly updates with cooler cosmetics which leads to more reasons to use DC. Maybe they come up with new ideas to spend DC.
I'd say make the most of it with as little as you could spend. For instance, if you get the Guardian package, take advantage of Guardian-exclusive gameplay by doing quests and farming for items pertaining to that package, and use / mix-and-match those items as much as you can. Oftentimes, people buy virtual items that require real-world currency and they don't take advantage of everything, and that's especially the case with collection items (some people just buy collections for the shiny badge which doesn't mean much). If you buy a collection in AQ3D, don't buy the collection for just the few items that you'll end up using, but buy it to take advantage of as many items of that collection as you can by using the entire collection in the best and suitable way possible.
I've bought the regular Guardian package and 5,000 Dragon Crystals.