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Please add method(s) of Rare Citations gaining

kobakoba ✭✭✭
There is relatively easy way to gain Super Rare and Legendary Citations: Campaigns. I bought Premium Reward Row in every Campaign so far, even when I had that Legendary Crewmember already immortalized. And I never regret it.

But PLEASE, could you consider adding some way of gaining Rare Honorable Citation as well (other than direct buying in Honor Hall)? For example in that Campaign Premium Row, or elsewhere... there are many options.

Does anyone else consider this a good idea?
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Comments

  • I think it's a good idea particularly for newer players. Most of us who have been playing for 2+ years have already immortalized all of the rare characters, and the honor cost of rare citations is fairly affordable, but I agree it's odd that there's no citation help for new players the way there is for super rare and legendaries that particularly help the long-term players.
  • SlickSlick ✭✭✭
    I've offered a suggestion to the developers before with a similar request. Got praised and rewarded for the idea, but so far it's never come to fruition.

    My specific idea was this: offer citations in squadron rewards in events since those rewards are currently very lame for most players. The higher rankings should offer higher level citations in the same way the replicator rations are being distributed.
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  • ~peregrine~~peregrine~ ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited July 8
    Slick wrote: »
    I've offered a suggestion to the developers before with a similar request. Got praised and rewarded for the idea, but so far it's never come to fruition.

    My specific idea was this: offer citations in squadron rewards in events since those rewards are currently very lame for most players. The higher rankings should offer higher level citations in the same way the replicator rations are being distributed.

    This is logical.
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