Some hunters carry too much of the same material that they don’t even need it anymore.
And some hunters take days to gather all materials necessary to rank up one hero to a bar or a new rank (If you’re platinum, it can take longer).
Considering that “The Gauntlet” is going to have a massive “revamp” and its rewards are going to increase, I propose an idea called the “Hunters’ Exchange Market.”
—The game itself will have a preset price for every material out there.
— Hunters can sell their own materials to other Alliance members AND/OR hunters in bulks and pieces.
— Hunters can have the ability to increase the price of a material up to 200 Bucks and no more, decrease the price down to 200 Bucks and no less (maximum/minimum price increase can be adjusted right now) in order to make valuable deals.
— The selling/buying limit is 10 different types of materials (you can sell and as much as you want for one kind of material).
— Different kinds of in-game currency can also be considered to be used.
The main question is “there’s already enough stores in the game, why add another one?”
— The idea is proposed to improve material circulation. Some materials are really hard to come by, and needed to be grind for days. Some materials are also hard to come by because they are available in stores.
— Veteran hunters can help newcomers or uprising hunters in the scene of ranking up heroes, at a set price of course.
— As it was mentioned earlier, some hunters just carry too much of the same material that they don’t even have a use for it anymore, I just thought of this idea as a way to make the materials circulate around the game and be used for hunters that really need it.
What do you think?