You know what the problem here is? Nobody ever greets impar in return. Greetings, impar! Cheers for the links. I'm really excited about this game, but I am concerned for the F2P model. They may insist that it's not pay-to-win because of their balancing attempts, but I don't like it when F2P schemes allow for the purchase of game-changing items/equipment/etc at all even if it just means unlocking stuff faster. Paying for a battlefield advantage is still paying for a battlefield advantage. There are certainly benefits to the F2P model for a game like this but personally I would prefer to just buy the game up-front and not have the competitive aspect of the game influenced at all by real money.