Cashshop for the Community

Like dota 2 (steam) has the workshop, Intrepid can build something simillar. The Creation community is full of talented members that just need a chance to shine.
Let the community make anything from character customization, pets, house etc.
Let them chose how much their items will cost (that way you avoid negative feedback from player's), and you get between 30-40% cut/item sold.
Make a voting system in the forum or the workshop, that only top 20 most voted items will be included each month.
I have more ideas on how to make the workshop a plus for the community.

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  • NagashNagash Member, Leader of Men
    Accepted Answer
    You may want to bring this up as a question in a upcoming live stream
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  • GemiiChanGemiiChan Member, Braver of Worlds
    This sounds like a neat idea. MapleStory 2 has a very similar feature. As long as its monitored, this could be a nice addition to community creations! Might be a little difficult seeing as thats going to be their main source of income? But still nice to consider!
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  • BraneGamesBraneGames Member, Braver of Worlds
  • autumnleafautumnleaf Member, Braver of Worlds
    edited April 28
    Fully support the idea.
  • megsmegs Member, Royalty
    I don't personally see how it could be anything but a money spinner for intrepid.

    If they keep it all in house, ie through Ashes websites rather than steam, and they get a cut of all of the money spent on purchases, it'll only free up the designers / artists etc to work on more complex designs that are beyond our level of expertise.

    They would have the ability to censor inappropriate designs or those that they felt would not be of up to the standard of their game.

    I'd love to be able to work on 'alternative' clothing and items that have historic precsidence, but that we have yet to see appear in artwork. (Theres just far too much for the artists to concentrate on to cover everything with their exceptional work!)
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