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Because buying the kit will still be a more profitable opportunity to yourself. At the bottom of the kit's statistics, it should show you how many crystals you've saved. If there are no crystals to be saved, the kit automatically disappears.
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Because buying the kit will still be a more profitable opportunity to yourself. At the bottom of the kit's statistics, it should show you how many crystals you've saved. If there are no crystals to be saved, the kit automatically disappears.

I'm a low level player almost warrant officer 1 and im saving for kits only. im at 15k but im ranking too fast to get the kits i desire. what do i do to gain crystals most effectively?

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this is a load of crap. You are charging the user 2x for the same hull. Its not like you can use 2 hulls so why not discount the cost of the kit prior to charging the total crystals. For example":
Legends kit:
Railgun m3 = 218300
Hornet m3 = 126639
Prodigi = 192500
total = 537439
- 35% = 349335

the way this should be is
Railgun m3 = 218300
Hornet m3 = 0 (if you already own it)
Prodigi == 192500
total = 410800
- 35% = 143780
total == 267020

this is the only fair way to do this and not charge 2x for a hull I can't use. Please fix this error

If the price(s) of "already-bought" item(s) is(are) not subtracted from the kit price then anyone who buys a kit with "already-bought" items pays more than the cost of the kit.

look:

hull: 15000

turret: 10000

paint: 25000

kit: 50000

after 50% disc: 25000


but look:

hull: 15000 - already-bought

turret:10000

paint 25000

kit: 50000

after 50% disc: 25000 + 15000 = 40000 because 15000 was ALREADY SPENT













IF U BUY AN ITEM FROM A KIT IT AUTOMATICALLY DISAPPEARS

but the kit's price wont change