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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #25

jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I've got a spare and am looking for a charm of the elk if you've got one.

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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #26

jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I really don't want to go on a rant here but that is extremely frustrating. The inconsistency of completion tokens has been one of the most annoying things about TD for me lately. It's almost impossible to collect them all without getting a GT or buying them from other players. Because even if you go to every con, they might run out, or accidentally give out the wrong ones.
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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #27

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jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I really don't want to go on a rant here but that is extremely frustrating. The inconsistency of completion tokens has been one of the most annoying things about TD for me lately. It's almost impossible to collect them all without getting a GT or buying them from other players. Because even if you go to every con, they might run out, or accidentally give out the wrong ones.


Just to throw out an idea, what would people think of handling completion tokens more like transmutes. You finish a dungeon, get a place holder token of some sort like a monster bit, treasure draw, GP, or some other token. Then the completion tokens themselves are handled through the shop page on the website. It would require additional overhead to manage but it would let basically solve the issue of bringing the right transmutes/running out at a specific con. Maybe we could even have a costumed NPC or turn in table at transmute where people could make the swap on site. Anyway just brainstorming.
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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #28

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Jeff321 wrote:

jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I really don't want to go on a rant here but that is extremely frustrating. The inconsistency of completion tokens has been one of the most annoying things about TD for me lately. It's almost impossible to collect them all without getting a GT or buying them from other players. Because even if you go to every con, they might run out, or accidentally give out the wrong ones.


Just to throw out an idea, what would people think of handling completion tokens more like transmutes. You finish a dungeon, get a place holder token of some sort like a monster bit, treasure draw, GP, or some other token. Then the completion tokens themselves are handled through the shop page on the website. It would require additional overhead to manage but it would let basically solve the issue of bringing the right transmutes/running out at a specific con. Maybe we could even have a costumed NPC or turn in table at transmute where people could make the swap on site. Anyway just brainstorming.


What about making all the completion tokens rare and ditching the uncommons? Half as many to bring to conventions, less work in the epilog room, and players playing with just a few packs land a nice token that will probably go right into their build.

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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #29

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Jeff321 wrote:

jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I really don't want to go on a rant here but that is extremely frustrating. The inconsistency of completion tokens has been one of the most annoying things about TD for me lately. It's almost impossible to collect them all without getting a GT or buying them from other players. Because even if you go to every con, they might run out, or accidentally give out the wrong ones.


Just to throw out an idea, what would people think of handling completion tokens more like transmutes. You finish a dungeon, get a place holder token of some sort like a monster bit, treasure draw, GP, or some other token. Then the completion tokens themselves are handled through the shop page on the website. It would require additional overhead to manage but it would let basically solve the issue of bringing the right transmutes/running out at a specific con. Maybe we could even have a costumed NPC or turn in table at transmute where people could make the swap on site. Anyway just brainstorming.


What about making all the completion tokens rare and ditching the uncommons? Half as many to bring to conventions, less work in the epilog room, and players playing with just a few packs land a nice token that will probably go right into their build.


I'm not against the idea (or the idea of reducing the number of completion tokens on some other way) but how would we handle higher difficulties.
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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #30

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Endgame wrote:

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Jeff321 wrote:

jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I really don't want to go on a rant here but that is extremely frustrating. The inconsistency of completion tokens has been one of the most annoying things about TD for me lately. It's almost impossible to collect them all without getting a GT or buying them from other players. Because even if you go to every con, they might run out, or accidentally give out the wrong ones.


Just to throw out an idea, what would people think of handling completion tokens more like transmutes. You finish a dungeon, get a place holder token of some sort like a monster bit, treasure draw, GP, or some other token. Then the completion tokens themselves are handled through the shop page on the website. It would require additional overhead to manage but it would let basically solve the issue of bringing the right transmutes/running out at a specific con. Maybe we could even have a costumed NPC or turn in table at transmute where people could make the swap on site. Anyway just brainstorming.


What about making all the completion tokens rare and ditching the uncommons? Half as many to bring to conventions, less work in the epilog room, and players playing with just a few packs land a nice token that will probably go right into their build.


I'm not against the idea (or the idea of reducing the number of completion tokens on some other way) but how would we handle higher difficulties.

Normal and hardcore 1 token, nightmare and epic 2 tokens?

Alternatively, 2 tokens per convention, 1 rare, 1 uncommon?

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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #31

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Endgame wrote:

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Endgame wrote:

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Jeff321 wrote:

jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I really don't want to go on a rant here but that is extremely frustrating. The inconsistency of completion tokens has been one of the most annoying things about TD for me lately. It's almost impossible to collect them all without getting a GT or buying them from other players. Because even if you go to every con, they might run out, or accidentally give out the wrong ones.


Just to throw out an idea, what would people think of handling completion tokens more like transmutes. You finish a dungeon, get a place holder token of some sort like a monster bit, treasure draw, GP, or some other token. Then the completion tokens themselves are handled through the shop page on the website. It would require additional overhead to manage but it would let basically solve the issue of bringing the right transmutes/running out at a specific con. Maybe we could even have a costumed NPC or turn in table at transmute where people could make the swap on site. Anyway just brainstorming.


What about making all the completion tokens rare and ditching the uncommons? Half as many to bring to conventions, less work in the epilog room, and players playing with just a few packs land a nice token that will probably go right into their build.


I'm not against the idea (or the idea of reducing the number of completion tokens on some other way) but how would we handle higher difficulties.

Normal and hardcore 1 token, nightmare and epic 2 tokens?

Alternatively, 2 tokens per convention, 1 rare, 1 uncommon?


How about
Normal = Completion Token (since new players will probably be able to use the guaranteed rare)
HC = Completion Token or Treasure Chip
NM = Completion Token + Treasure Chip
EP = Completion Token + Treasure Chip + Special XP code that says Epic but still grants 2k xp
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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #32

Jeff321 wrote:

jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I really don't want to go on a rant here but that is extremely frustrating. The inconsistency of completion tokens has been one of the most annoying things about TD for me lately. It's almost impossible to collect them all without getting a GT or buying them from other players. Because even if you go to every con, they might run out, or accidentally give out the wrong ones.


Have to give a +1 to this.
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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #33

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Jeff321 wrote:

jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I really don't want to go on a rant here but that is extremely frustrating. The inconsistency of completion tokens has been one of the most annoying things about TD for me lately. It's almost impossible to collect them all without getting a GT or buying them from other players. Because even if you go to every con, they might run out, or accidentally give out the wrong ones.


Have to give a +1 to this.


I see this as a legitimate concern.

I am interested to see what will be given out at Pax west.
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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #34

Jeff321 wrote:

jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I really don't want to go on a rant here but that is extremely frustrating. The inconsistency of completion tokens has been one of the most annoying things about TD for me lately. It's almost impossible to collect them all without getting a GT or buying them from other players. Because even if you go to every con, they might run out, or accidentally give out the wrong ones.


The completion tokens being shown for GameholeCon were not included in the GT bag.

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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #35

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Jeff321 wrote:

jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I really don't want to go on a rant here but that is extremely frustrating. The inconsistency of completion tokens has been one of the most annoying things about TD for me lately. It's almost impossible to collect them all without getting a GT or buying them from other players. Because even if you go to every con, they might run out, or accidentally give out the wrong ones.


The completion tokens being shown for GameholeCon were not included in the GT bag.


Can confirm. Wonder why not?

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LF: ring of roaring and interested to see what completions were given at GHC. 10 months 2 weeks ago #36

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edwin wrote:

Jeff321 wrote:

jedibcg wrote:

edwin wrote: Completion tokens for GamholeCon were updated on Upcoming Events page.


That is interesting. I was looking to get the earcuff that took away darkrift damage...ohhh well.


I really don't want to go on a rant here but that is extremely frustrating. The inconsistency of completion tokens has been one of the most annoying things about TD for me lately. It's almost impossible to collect them all without getting a GT or buying them from other players. Because even if you go to every con, they might run out, or accidentally give out the wrong ones.


The completion tokens being shown for GameholeCon were not included in the GT bag.


Can confirm. Wonder why not?


Pure speculation but it might be TD HQ trying to make good on the never before seen line from event description after the last minute substitution at gencon.

Gamehole Con (October 31st - November 3rd, 2019)

We are excited to be offering two highly-immersive adventures entitled "E2 - Path of Death" and "E3 - Infernal Redoubt") -- plus each adventure will boast a never-before-seen Participation Token for each adventure player.

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