I just saw that post as well too. Guess that explains why it feels like nexonNA is completely out of touch with the playerbase. Everything has to go through KMS, and if it's anything that helps the players or makes particular servers better than KMS it's getting gutted as long as it doesn't involve lawsuits.
Prove us wrong Anna, Ghibli and Kyrios. Show us that you actually give a damn about the players and defend your playerbase. Every non-KMS player knows that this has 2 options. Make the Lotus heart unique equipped rather than nerfing every other set.
Maybe something like a catch up week for the last week or sunny Sunday providing 2x cap so people were given 3 additional days.
If the level/damage isn't high, getting to the 3k mark in 27 days require 112/day. If you happen to miss one day you'll need 116/day. I'm not sure how difficult it is to get coins if you're pretty much a fresh 200.
I don't play reboot but I feel for the reboot players.
To Anna: are you just going to have Ghiblee's single post be the only damage control for a second replica of the same issue for a week before the players will be able to hear from you? I firmly believe that the players just want to know what's up and what's going on. Did the team ever try getting someone from Amazon to diagnose server utility usage to see if the utilization was constantly running at 100%, try and see what was forcing high usage? Anything that might actually help to diagnose what exactly is causing the issue? From the player's perspective right now, you had what you called code optimization but the same exact event with the same exact ruleset and the same exact results happened from the frontend (client/players point of view). Which meant that from the clientside nothing was changed which ultimately led to players believing that nothing was done. I believe that we have no development team here at all and all service delivery, solutions management is done in Korea. Even if this might be the case, you guys should utilize support from whatever services is being used here in the states to help you out. Even if AWS can only just help identify what service is overloading the server, you have a firm step to help figure out how you can actually re-code or help alleviate the issue. Right now, my only feeling when we get Maple memos that are so vague is that you're only reading a script sent from Korea. To be honest, I don't want to be in that situation.