18 months later, we’re up to 9 troops to choose from!
Monk class event: enjoy!
Not an issue in this case.
Tuliao, Yao x2, Cobaltine Wand, Monk class
There are way worse classes/troop selections (though I get it, of course - being that limited is always awkward).
And Wu Hao still has the most redundant traits.
But you can at least be reassured by knowing that the redundant traits are working as intended
As if we needed any further confirmation that this company’s staff do not play their game.
@AMT the tiny thoughts and effort put in to pretty much every new released troops tells it all.
Nah, it’s just further confirmation that they don’t even bother to read the question.
“Is King Minos really supposed to have the same third trait as the Shaman hero?” - “Yeah, working as intended.”
“Is The Labyrinth banner really supposed to grant one more mana than every other banner?” - Yeah, working as intended."
“Is Wu Hao really supposed to have a third trait that is already entirely covered by her first trait?” - “Yeah, working as intended.”
“Is there really a human being answering these questions, not just an auto-responder?” - “Yeah, working as intended.”
Just gonna leave this here, as evidence of how much this company cared to improve the relevant (mis)communication that was at the root of Weavergate.
As expected, no Mod was available after office hours to try and assist with the issue, so things kept getting worse until the next working day in Australia.
However, once they took note of the problem they acted swiftly to disable the bugged shop (undoubtedly not an optimal solution to all players, but likely to be among the best damage-control options, second maybe to extending the Faction Event for an extra day with the bug resolved), and clearly communicating that there would be a refund and a rescheduling of the event.
Noteworthy unusually clear and professional communication and action, and thus noted.
And a new event efficiently scheduled within 48 hours of the original issue.
On a positive roll: another instance of a Mod sharing detailed information in a professional manner, which helps customers stay informed as opposed to the radio silence/opaqueness experienced in the past.
You missed the pet issues, where they did not know the behaviour of their own code