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  1. Your comment isn't even close to what i said... please try again though. That's not even close to what I said... I carve a notch on a stick when an RP'er mentions that they don't fine very many nice looking and unique sims to play on. How you mistook me saying that had to do with sim cost is beyond me.
  2. "So you, say, carve a notch on a stick every time someone says tier is too high, and that’s your data?" That's not even close to what I said... I carve a notch on a stick when an RP'er mentions that they don't fine very many nice looking and unique sims to play on. How you mistook me saying that had to do with sim cost is beyond me.
  3. Actually no.. that legacy price is no longer available when you get a sim currently.
  4. So you, say, carve a notch on a stick every time someone says tier is too high, and that’s your data?" That's very not what I said... I do carve that notch when an RPer says that they rarely find a nice sim to come and play in. That's the stat.. now you are making up new stats for me huh?
  5. $179 for a reduced prim / avatar limit region you mean.
  6. Its gathered data.. stats can be personal as well as global. It doesn't have to apply those who aren't going to use it, or want to use it. But it figures into how i run things as an actual numerical stat. and i'm surprised that to this day I am hearing people are missing unique places to visit. That very much accounts for something, especially when you hear it so much.
  7. Observation over 5 years of being a sim owner. It's not a stat for you, it's very much a stat for me, as I pay attention to RPer's looking for sims to visit and use. It figured into my decision to stay open and to constantly buy upgrades to keep my sim fresh.
  8. Actually no.. it's literally a statistic.
  9. "Also your allegation of "biggest complaint" is anecdotal at best. " I hear this all the time as a sim owner, for the last 5 years that I have had a sim open. the most repeated thing i hear is " You don't see sims like this anymore" which was still sort of shocking after i heard that yet again less than two weeks after I moved from my old 1/2 sim location to a new full sim and rebuilt it a new variation from scratch. You must not get out much, except to maybe to stores.
  10. "Those who have private land and struggle with tier, can pick up their stuff from half of it and rent it out." I.E. they abandon being sim owners and just become landlords. That's the biggest complaint coming form SL residents.. they no longer have sims of interest to visit.
  11. It's actually not a GIMME MONEY NOW question... as Rhonda pointed out.. you bet they are going over this daily. But bear in mind I was here when they doubled the land prices overnight, even that suggests that they can reduce prices until the crisis passes to keep the grid intact. It never recovered from the 2008 housing crash, so are they prepared to stay full price and knock themselves down by what.. another 1/4 to 1/3 land renters. They essentially lost about 50% of operating sims in the wake of the 2008 crash. They do probably need to plan some sort of action before they price themselves completely out of business.
  12. So, I can understand why LL did a fast reduction for education, but I can't understand why this was not done for sim owners as well. Because SL is now probably about 30 out from losing a number of sims as people are either facing layoffs, unpaid furloughs, or reduced income in general as we make our way though this global crisis. So LL... will you reduce costs for everyone until this is over ? Especially since about a decade ago you guys did double the land prices, causing a huge die off in sims.
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