Originally Posted by Kildar
If the objective is to get more noobs to commit to the game, the Devs need to promote card circulation, and help noobs from being fleeced by the veteran players.
Its not like Magic where you can sell the physical cards, so I don't see the reason why people would argue for hoarding.
More noobs turning into committed players = more people for you guys to play against.
I think if it's a stock-market type system where everyone who wants to sell puts their cards into a pool, and the price will be determined by supply/demand, that would be very interesting, and protect the interests of the noobs as the prices are set across the board.
But that also might be a bit too complicated. The stock markets were never for the layperson :P Yet it really does just depend on the implementation.
As it is now I imagine it would be 1) I want card X. 2) Search brings up these people with card X. 3) I go to these people and place bids 4) wait 5) Someone else bids/not 6) Exchange is made with animus credits
Don't really like that, too complicated, takes too long.
But we will see. It's all speculation.