Just wanted to put a quick rant / potential solution out. This will probably get buried, I just want to get it off my chest.
I have played since before BR came out, though far from an elitist in the game. I thoroughly enjoy Save the World, but a couple items ruin the fun. Firstly is people who AFK. I hate putting down 100% of the build & traps and share the reward. I don't mind as much when people help defend the base. Though, to do another round, I need to farm all my materials again for the traps used in the previous round just to carry more people in the following round.
I like to see how I can funnel the husks in and experiment with different methods. Though once again to have a good round with traps, it is quite expensive on the materials. Especially when the team actually shows up and you don't use any of the traps you placed. I wanted to suggest, that once a round concludes. Any remaining traps are recycled. No different to when you recycle a weapon. Maybe not full value but something along the lines of:
75-100%: reimbursed 75% of the materials.
50-75%: reimbursed 50% of the materials.
25-50%: reimbursed 25% of the materials.
0-25%: reimbursed none of the materials.
When I set up the base. I go all out, I do enjoy building and I don't mind farming basic material to build the base. The traps on the other hand can be a grind to farm. This would take the sting off of carrying the team, or when the team brings the A-game and you don't use any of the traps you placed.
Thanks for reading.
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