Neverwinter Weekender: Mysterious Crystal Scam!
The Neverwinter Weekender is our weekly column that contains everything you need to know to have some fun along the Sword Coast on the weekends! We’ll inform you guys about the events across all platforms, preview and review them as well as hand out some tips and guides. This is the perfect spot to start off your adventures!
This weekend unfortunately starts with quite an annoyance! We’re not sure why, but somebody at Cryptic HQ seems to feel like scheduling the Mysterious Crystal Charger event is a good idea. Except it’s not, because the Mysterious Crystal Charger is usually available on the Auction House for a fraction of the Wondrous Bazaar’s price. It’s because the charger drops from other events and sales and hence got devalued over time. At this point this has to be considered a scam since there’s no way the devs aren’t aware.
There are however more useful events to profit from. PC gets a PVP/Glory weekend, Double Shards, and 15% off VIP. Consoles get the same discount on VIP packages, Double Seals and Influence and 20% off packs. The Xbox version is additionally joining in on Microsoft’s Ultimate Game Sale with the Starter, Adventurer, and Epic Edition Packs available at a 40% discount!
We hope you guys will enjoy the weekend with our overview! In case you have any questions or remarks, make sure to put them in the comments or visit the corresponding thread on our message board!
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One thought on “Neverwinter Weekender: Mysterious Crystal Scam!”
bah, and the only one who will fall for that is the new kid spending his $20 from grandma. and if he finds out he got scammed by the developer, he’ll never spend another dime on this game. i won’t either.
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