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What is the meaning of a buyer and a non-buyer ( Saver ) ?

MJROCKS05 3 years ago • updated by pwhite 3 years ago 3
I have heard people calling themselves a "buyer" or sometimes a "saver", what is the meaning of these terms ? 

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At the least I know what a "buyer" is, as it is an age old term here. A "buyer" is an individual who pays real money, in turn for crystals. Now often if someone is performing well in a battle, or tends to use supplies, other players will make the unfair assumption that this individual merely paid money for his/her crystals. Don't assume someone buys crystals unless they themselves admit it.

As to what a "saver" is... I don't think I'm all too familiar with the term. Let's hear from our player base.
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A good answer, but it could have also explained what a "saver" is exactly and the moderator never replies to any suggestions to other answers made, which is really disappointing I hope that there are more conversations between the Players and the moderators... This would enhance the user experience... Otherwise Thanks a lot and keep the gud work up :)
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At the least I know what a "buyer" is, as it is an age old term here. A "buyer" is an individual who pays real money, in turn for crystals. Now often if someone is performing well in a battle, or tends to use supplies, other players will make the unfair assumption that this individual merely paid money for his/her crystals. Don't assume someone buys crystals unless they themselves admit it.

As to what a "saver" is... I don't think I'm all too familiar with the term. Let's hear from our player base.
I have heard Tankers calling each other "Savers", according to me it is someone who wait's for sales and does not buy a lot of equipment or their modifications ( M1,M2,M3) . I do not know whether this is correct or incorrect. Its is my own perception of these terms.

Thank You very much
- MJROCKS05
Yeah I'm a buyer not that great at waiting for sales ;D