As someone who used to play in 2018, I really loved the seasonal avatars back then. This season avatars reveal was mildly disappointing for me. I thought it would be nice to bring back old avatars.
Instead of unlocking any of the newer ones, YOU CAN CHOOSE whether or not you want to work towards getting an older avatar like Oksana or something like that. BUT YOU DON’T HAVE TO CHOOSE TO GET THE OLD ONES. (like this is OPTIONAL). You can work towards getting ones you starting to get, but never finished. But the catch is that you CAN ONLY DO THIS ONCE. Best not have a bunch of older avatars.
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As much as there are a few older avatars that I’d like to get, my answer is no. Limited-time avatars, like limited-time dragons, should remain limited to those who were able to get them when they were available.
Hello, thank you for joining in on the discussions of this online community. The question you are asking has been asked many times before.
However, divine dragons, old seasonal and event items are meant to be collectors that are available only for a limited time. Allowing these dragons or items to be obtained outside of the season or limited time event that they were originally available for would belittle the effort and money that older players put into obtaining the dragons when they were first released. Effort and money that were expended with the understanding that this was the only chance they would have at obtaining these dragons.
Here are some quotes by PG employees in regards to this very issue.
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