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A couple of issues with the game I think we should discuss

  1. models are too expensive
  2. game is tilted towards power gaming neckbeards
  3. gw never has sales
  4. unbalanced armies
  5. p2w business model
  6. shitty finecast breaks all the time
  7. gw only cares about space marines
  8. infantry can now kill tanks with rifles
  9. terrain is too expensive
  10. gw are nazis about not letting you use 3rd party models
  11. citadel paints are overpriced
  12. very little innovation in the company (just rip off successful business practices from other companies)
  13. 2 many net listing cheese noobs
  14. need to buy massive, expensive boxes for HH
  15. gw is too litigious, stifles innovation
  16. games still use imperial measurements (it's current year)
  17. not enough difference from AoS, they're basically the same game
  18. not enough support for 3rd party retailers, no tourney support
  19. gw is giving IP away to make shitty mobile games
  20. space marines look like fisher price toys
  21. Duncan Rhodes hasn't done tutorials for every model (get on it)
  22. they sell paint cups for too much (seriously?! its a coffee mug)
  23. orks look like WC orcs
  24. 40k is a fantasy game in a sci fi setting, AoS is a sci fi game in a fantasy setting
  25. no community testing of rules
  26. squats are gone
  27. necrons are the dick
  28. people say its getting better, prices haven't dropped since Tom Kirby left
  29. no chaos chosen kit yet (with options like deathwatch boxes)
  30. BFG isn't back yet
  31. only 2 types of plastic IG models (which are the lamest anyways, very little flavour. seriously where are plastic steel legion and tallarn?)
  32. no fantasy naval game (so much potential)
  33. no centralized gw forums for company-community discourse
  34. admech need more FA choices
  35. no food concession at GW stores
  36. gw is doing nothing worthwhile with lotr IP
  37. very little in the way of unique paint schemes on the sub
  38. no intro of new races in a long time (where are my rak'gol?)
  39. new types of blast weapons (eg. D6, D3) should not be able to hit the same target more than once. makes them OP with the new wounds system on vehicles
  40. terrain does less to protect your units now. (city fights should be room to room, careful placement)
  41. DoW3 sucked
  42. I can't smoke in GW stores
  43. game should have streamlined rules for apocalypse games
  44. too much emphasis on special characters (your army is supposed to be YOUR DUDES) I hate going to tournaments and seeing 3 people playing kharn (GW should outsource special characters to FW to encourage scarcity)
  45. GK are OP
  46. ork players need to stop screaming WAAAGH mid-game. It's getting old
  47. bring back metal models (better than finecast)
  48. purity seal sealant is garbage (frosting ruins paint jobs) outsource to testors
  49. gw needs to sell brush soap and decrease prices of brushes
  50. bring back old deep strike rules
  51. charges should not be 2d6, make it a fixed distance to encourage skill rather than luck
  52. mods deposed Eastern European royalty
  53. tau need to stop with animu mecha suits, look like weeb shit
  54. expand range of plastic kits at expense of finecast
  55. if cadia is gone give us more IG variants rather than the vanilla army dudes
  56. gw should bring back those enormous apocalypse bundles
  57. there should be restrictions on lords of war in low-point games (you always have that one cheeselord bringing a knight to a 1000 point game)
  58. imperium lists are at an advantage because of wider troop selection and better synergy options
  59. inquisition armies should be fleshed out better
  60. no plastic SoB
  61. some people need to paint more (I don't care if you paint particularly well, just don't have me up against a sea of grey)
  62. dice spam wins all the time
  63. space marines are the chicken nuggets of armies
  64. epic 40k needs to be brought back
  65. take DKoK away from forgeworld
  66. lascannons are underpowered
  67. public drunkenness is frowned upon in GW establishments
  68. GW should support historical rulesets
  69. they should play better music at GW stores
  70. guardsmen are too cheap points-wise (given support options available to them)
  71. seriously, lower your prices GW
  72. GW should have paint commissioning service with studio painters so that I don't have to deal with unpainted opponent armies
  73. Eldar are OP again
  74. GW should include rules for hazardous environments (eg. toxic atmosphere, radiation, hostile fauna, etc.)
  75. old rules for vehicles were better
  76. all armies should be able to take a hit better
  77. chaos marines should be individually stronger than space marines with less synergy (think jedi-sith dichotomy)
  78. GW needs to get more creative with unit options (think nanobot clouds floating across the battlefield, stuff like that)
  79. more community engaging campaigns (elected commander able to call in exterminatus on planet, etc.)
  80. persistent campaigns rather than events (evolving galaxy, work game balancing into narrative)
  81. faction subforums
  82. asymmetrical battles and objectives should be the norm in tournaments/campaigns
  83. direct GW support for 40k RPGs should be a thing, don't outsource to FFG
  84. bring back Inquisitor
  85. more discussion of the game in this sub
  86. GW needs a campaign app to track ongoing campaigns
  87. there should be multiple supported rulesets (simplified 8th for narrative play/apocalypse, with something more like 7th for tournaments)
  88. necrons OP
  89. tyranid troops should be worse but more numerous, I want to see a swarm dammit
  90. GW should accept bitcoin as payment
  91. orks should get looted vehicles back
  92. should have an ongoing balance effort
  93. tau should have more emphasis on client-species (cuts down on weeb shit, makes it look more like an optimistic federation)
  94. make a better RTS (something like wargame: red dragon) in a 40k setting
  95. retcon everything Matt Ward touched
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02-25 05:23 - 'Starcraft coin' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/hubblebert removed from /r/Bitcoin within 16-26min

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There is this real time strategy game called starcraft blockchain. One giant map that everybody who downloaded the free game client, can join. The game client is also the wallet. 5 factions. Login for a faction above 21% population is blocked. A friend has send you 500 starcraft coins (SSC) to start with. He said he mined them with a harvester back when the game was still new and the there where still free blocks of SSC lying around and the extreme fights over them haven't started yet. Nowadays when the map automatically expands because of player base and the new areas that are unlocked contain SSC mining sources, only the big armies of the whales get a chance to harvest them. So you buy some tanks & marines with your 500 SSC and leave the starting area. For every unit you kill you get the amount of SSC it is worth into your wallet. You consider roaming around a little and get familiar to the map, but you have heard some stories about some whales that sneak around solo behind enemy lines with their massive amounts of cloaked units and you haven't bought any of the cheap area-of-effect banelings that counter stacked hordes of infantry. So you decide to join the fight at the west front because your favorite twitch streamer has build up a massive fortified base there somewhere together with his followers. There was also some drama going on when he last started a raid behind enemy lines and had put up a 10 min stream delay to prevent stream sniping. Still someone of his prime sub followers he was rolling with must have given away their plans because they where running right into an ambush and he lost nearly 50k SSC while retreating. They later thought they knew who was the traitor and team killed his entire army. Normally there is no friendly fire but you can ctrl+click a friendly unit and still attack it. The dude was furious and was about to sue them for his loses but such cases never won before... drama! There are all those yt videos out there about epic and expensive battles and also fail videos e.g. where somebody has no scout in his army and gets wiped by infantry mines. The guy who placed those 1SSC mines made at least 20k SSC without even being online! There are decentralized tournaments. 100, 1000, 10000 player brackets, what ever is voted on the blockchain that month. Consider that every player that wants to join the tournament has start with 1000 SSC. The winner of a 1vs1 then obviously has 2000SSC and fights the winner of another 1vs1. That's how the decentralized pool of price money has stacked up to extremes when it hits the finals. Such big fights get covered all over the media and the good players are stars. No Pro has to rely on third parties that set up tournaments and hope for some sponsors.
Imagine .... This obviously would need a blockchain with extreme low latency and extreme scale-ability, but do you see this being a real thing in ... let's say... 10 years?
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There is this real time strategy game called starcraft blockchain. One giant map that everybody who downloaded the free game client, can join. The game client is also the wallet. 5 factions. Login for a faction above 21% population is blocked. A friend has send you 500 starcraft coins (SSC) to start with. He said he mined them with a harvester back when the game was still new and the there where still free blocks of SSC lying around and the extreme fights over them haven't started yet. Nowadays when the map automatically expands because of player base and the new areas that are unlocked contain SSC mining sources, only the big armies of the whales get a chance to harvest them. So you buy some tanks & marines with your 500 SSC and leave the starting area. For every unit you kill you get the amount of SSC it is worth into your wallet. You consider roaming around a little and get familiar to the map, but you have heard some stories about some whales that sneak around solo behind enemy lines with their massive amounts of cloaked units and you haven't bought any of the cheap area-of-effect banelings that counter stacked hordes of infantry. So you decide to join the fight at the west front because your favorite twitch streamer has build up a massive fortified base there somewhere together with his followers. There was also some drama going on when he last started a raid behind enemy lines and had put up a 10 min stream delay to prevent stream sniping. Still someone of his prime sub followers he was rolling with must have given away their plans because they where running right into an ambush and he lost nearly 50k SSC while retreating. They later thought they knew who was the traitor and team killed his entire army. Normally there is no friendly fire but you can ctrl+click a friendly unit and still attack it. The dude was furious and was about to sue them for his loses but such cases never won before... drama! There are all those yt videos out there about epic and expensive battles and also fail videos e.g. where somebody has no scout in his army and gets wiped by infantry mines. The guy who placed those 1SSC mines made at least 20k SSC without even being online! There are decentralized tournaments. 100, 1000, 10000 player brackets, what ever is voted on the blockchain that month. Consider that every player that wants to join the tournament has start with 1000 SSC. The winner of a 1vs1 then obviously has 2000SSC and fights the winner of another 1vs1. That's how the decentralized pool of price money has stacked up to extremes when it hits the finals. Such big fights get covered all over the media and the good players are stars. No Pro has to rely on third parties that set up tournaments and hope for some sponsors.
Imagine .... This obviously would need a blockchain with extreme low latency and extreme scale-ability, but do you see this being a real thing in ... let's say... 10 years?
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