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Changements concernant le Dilithium dans la saison 7

Ecrit par Apophis, le 15-11-2012

Cryptic a introduit de nombreux changements concernant le Dilithium (son acquisition, par exemple), dans la saison 7 du jeu. Les plus remarquables concernaient les récompenses des missions forces spéciales et des actions de Flotte, mais devant les retours massivement négatifs de la communauté, ces changements ont été modifiés. Ils avaient été mis en place en fonction de l'étude des données récoltées sur le serveur du jeu, mais Cryptic a préféré être à l'écoute de sa communauté plutôt que de chiffres.

Un billet dans le blog des développeurs a été établi pour expliquer les changements prévus à l'origine, puis il a été mis à jour pour expliquer ceux faits en urgence suite aux retours de la communauté. Vous le trouverez ici en version originale. Il existe une version française de la version initiale du billet, mais les changements apportés à la VO n'y ont pas encore été répercutés et cette traduction est donc obsolète. Dès qu'elle aura été mise à jour, notre news le sera aussi pour en inclure une reproduction complète.

Autre détail d'importance : les missions de la Fonderie permettant de valider en moins d'une minute la mission quotidienne demandant d'étudier des rapports d'officiers ne sont désormais plus valables. Pour valider cette mission quotidienne et obtenir la récompense de 1440 Dilithium brut, vous devrez valider uniquement des missions dites "qualifiées" de la Fonderie, avec un temps moyen pour les compléter de 15 à 20 minutes.

Vous trouverez ci-dessous une copie des explications de Dan Stahl, Producteur exécutif de STO, concernant ce changement de cap post-lancement (Source) :

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Greetings!

After many hours of deliberation and review of the post Season 7 player data, I've made the call to reverse the decision to remove Dilithium as a reward for running STFs. In addition, we've also decided to keep Dilithium as a reward in Fleet Actions.

There have been numerous posts explaining the rationale that went into the reward changes and I can clearly state that our goal of getting more Dilithium into the average player has been very successful. As the data suggested, there is a huge contingent of players that simply do not play STFs but are eager to earn Dilithium in other content. These players are benefiting from the addition of Dilithium in the Fleet Actions, so that worked well.

However, our concern that there would be too much Dilithium in the economy if we left Dilithium in both STFs and Fleet Actions has been outweighed by the frustration we've seen from STF fans since the launch of Season 7.

Season 7 is an awesome content filled update that the team is very proud of that has been overshadowed by player frustrations over the Dilithium changes. Cryptic has and always will take player feedback into consideration when making decisions and this is a case where we agree with the players that Dilithium should be back in the STFs. It is more fun to run STFs when you can earn Dilithium towards end game gear and no amount of data driven logic can outweigh this.

So here are the changes we'll be making in a maintenance build by the end of this week.
Normal STF runs will grant 480 Dilithium
Elite STF runs will grant 960 Dilithium
Space Fleet Action runs will grant 480 Dilithium
Ground Fleet Action runs will grant 640 Dilithium

This is in addition to the other rewards that STFs and Fleet Actions grant.

While this is still a change from Season 6, we hope that these new amounts will help the average player earn more Dilithium per day while maintaining the Dilithium that players who like to run STFs were receiving.

The additional Dilithium may impact the player-to-player Dilithium exchange rates in the future, but we would rather you were having fun in Season 7 than worrying about the economy. We have enough of that to deal with in the real world.

Thank you for your patience and for being the best community of any MMO.

- dstahl

(p.s. the web team has updated the blog I posted last night with these changes to help cut down on confusion.)

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