Hello everyone I’m not new to kkh but I’m new to the forum. Just wanted to share one of my favorite looks from this weekends SYS! Holding onto 5th with no tickets left. Good luck to all!🍀
As someone who started playing again on an old, secondary game where I only reached level 30 or something, I understand what it's like to be a new player with a small wardrobe, and having that feeling that once - just once, you want to know what it's like to have an item that older players don't. And, as someone who hoarded k-stars like a dragon for Black Friday & Kimiversary so I could build a decent wardrobe, and then to have my legitimately earned first place spot repeatedly taken by ticket buyers, I understand what it's like to put that kind of effort in and feel like it was a waste. But this is Glu's fault. They've created a system that pits older players vs. newer players, ticket buyers vs. non-ticket buyers, people with $ vs. people without $, legitimate players vs. suspected hackers against each other for profit. And, Glu's opacity and flat-out stonewalling on anything related to SYS makes it so much worse that, in my most tinfoil hat-wearing moments, I've actually wondered if it's intentional. The result is an event increasingly overrun by accusations and bitterness that wouldn't be out of place in the Salem Witch Trials. Glu, there have been so many suggestions on ways to improve TS. How about tiers?"Fashion Maven": 375 points for the first earnable (keeping diamonds, k-stars and dye as intermediate prizes)"Fashion Influencer": 575 points for the second earnable"Icon": 600 points for 2nd TS prize"TrendSetter": 650 points for top TS prizeOlder players with large wardrobes would be able to win without buying tickets.Newer players could buy their way to the final prize.More players would spend real money because they were guaranteed to get something.On a semi-related note:To all the hackers who seem mystified by the distaste that legitimate players have for you, I'll explain: you're stealing. No, not from Glu - you're stealing from us. When you don't pay, Glu doesn't eat the cost, they pass it on to us. We're subsidizing your illicit fun, funding the salaries of the people who make the game, and keeping it alive so that you can keep stealing.While you might say that it's Glu's fault for pricing players out of the market, and forcing you into this, I call BS. If I want to shop at Hermes and I can't afford it, it doesn't justify me making a copy of the store key and helping myself to the merchandise. When you take your stolen clothes and enter a dress up contest, you're stealing from legitimate players again. Stealing is stealing and speaks volumes about your character, whether the goods in question are tangible or not.
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