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RHINO Mk II
February 1 - Karma: 3150
February 5 - Riot Games acquired by Tencent - http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2379503,00.asp
February 16 - Average IP earned per time played reduced by 30% due to new IP system.
February 16 - Maokai: 6300
March 1 - Jarvan IV: 4800
March 16 - Nocturne: 6300
April 1 - Lee Sin: 6300
April 12 - Brand: 6300
April 26 - Rumble: 4800
May 10 - Vayne: 6300
June 1 - Orianna: 4800
June 22 - Yorick: 6300
July 13 - Leona: 6300
July 26 - Wukong: 6300
August 9 - Skarner: 6300
August 24 - Talon: 6300
September 14 - Riven: 6300
October 5 - Xerath: 6300
October 19 - Graves: 6300
November 1 - Shyvana: 6300
November 15 - Fizz: 6300
November 29 - Volibear: 6300
December 14 - Ahri: 6300 (this marks the 12th 6300 in a row)
Why does this not surprise me?
EDIT: After 100+ pages and 2000+ upvotes, is it too much to ask Moneypenny or someone at Riot's financing office to give us a response concerning their new pricing scheme? After all, according to Tryndamere, transparency with your community is your policy.
Actually it's the opposite - we far prefer to be "among the people" and interact directly than to think resorting to cleverly written notes that have to be approved by a bunch of executives who don't understand their audience counts as community management.
I'm glad people are noticing the differences:
1. We are transparent - we admit when we make mistakes
2. We are active - because we care what you guys think
3. We are part of the community - not just people we hire to "manage" the community
I'm not the only one who wants a response from you, Riot:
Reds, I want an explanation here!
I would like to see a red post on this and also explaining why there have been no 3150's in a while. At the very LEAST it is time to drop the price of some older champs.
bump for truth, would like to see a red
This post reflects my own opinion and shares some insight into where Riot is going with RP.
This is really getting frustrating.
I understand Riot needs to make money, however, this doesn't feel right. It really feels like Riot is trying to have people spend money on champions now instead of having RP be used for vanity, forgoing IP save for that once a month purchase or buying an older champ.
I have personally given up on even trying to buy all the champions, it isn't worth the time or money.