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Urael
12.05.2012 , 02:24 PM | #21
Quote: Originally Posted by mizura View Post
I'm a subber but my buddy isn't cause he has fallen on hard times, cant there be an increase in exp gain, the basic color change of the companions, and a small portion of cargo hold access? Thats his only complaint
In the spirit of subsidiarity, if you have the means you can purchase these items for your friend from the CC store and gift them to him via the game mail or trade function.

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Skodan
12.05.2012 , 03:25 PM | #22
Quote: Originally Posted by mizura View Post
I'm a subber but my buddy isn't cause he has fallen on hard times, cant there be an increase in exp gain, the basic color change of the companions, and a small portion of cargo hold access? Thats his only complaint
its BW/EA's goal to make money. f2p isnt meant to give everyone everything for free, but to give them a limited experience to then pay for more things.

if f2pers got everything subbers got, then what would be the point of subbing
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Spum
12.05.2012 , 04:02 PM | #23
I suggest they do a Pay-by-Area kind of thing. where f2players have the same thing subs do, except you have to pay for each planet past coruscant or dramund kaas. I currently have a sub, but if i was f2p, then that would make me want to subscribe to the game.
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Wernicke
12.05.2012 , 10:38 PM | #24
1. Remove limit to the amount of credits this is mistake. This may cause an increase in speculation play money.

2. Give access to f2players operation also is impossible, this is highend content, I see it as infringement of the rights of subscribers.