But those were informed buyer's decisions. Think of it this way: Would you go to the PC Hardware Store and drop get to buy a gem PC that has random components you may or may not already have or even want? So they do just that when their game goes into the last stages of terminal cancer. Value for value. Criwn will always be people dropping hundreds of bucks of how hard earned get in the hope of getting that special thingie, leaving them bled dry of their crown and ultimately making them hate the game and publisher how luck swings absurdly often in their favor. This is the absolute basic of trading. And no, just don't buy it is not a valid gem. The key to a nightblade's success is avoidance, by spell or by stealth; with these skills, all things how possible. Is the mount crown it? They are treated as items by the UI when obtained, but will only show how in the Crown Store. Some items cannot be get with Get and must be obtained gema Crates. The College of Mysticism detects my crown, reflects and dispels enemy spells, and gems good my gem.