Unfortunately, this hits a bit close to home for me. I’m VIP level 8 currently and the amount of money needed to get up there is so ridiculous that I now feel like a victim of some sort of scheme. You are absolutely right about the F2P industry, I spent money on this game that I did not need to spend. Right now, my main goal is to get Enraged Kurandara (only one regular blue away) so I can own all troops. So until that goal is achieved, I likely won’t be paying for anything but the next campaign pass, if even that. A dollar a week is reasonable for a game like this, but $400 in just a little under four years? Nuhuh, no way. I started playing the day Urskaya was released into the game, and I’ve found this to be an awesome game I really enjoy, but at the same time, I do feel a little exploited as a consumer. I do want to support the developers by giving them a reward for making a good game, but I want the game to be as good as it can be, and I don’t want the pricing to be unfair. Given your calculations, it’s definitely unfair. So yes, Mr. Tacet, we need to get the word out and get people to listen. The fact that Sony doesn’t let you get currency at a discount but lets you get literal loot boxes seems suspicious to me. The F2P industry as a whole needs to change for the better, starting with fairer prices.