Say something about fiesta

I am an ordinary player of Fiesta. My number of the game is a master. My first impression of the Fiesta is that the fiesta gold is difficult to earn, especially for ordinary plsyers.


First, there are only several monsters for us to fight, so it is a little boring. Second, the small monsters do not have equipment, even though you fight with them, you can only get some jewelries, different monsters have its own jewelries, so it has no new signification. This is difficult for me to comprehend. The result of the rule is that the ordinary players have bad equipment. As far as I concerned, I have lost my interest in the game.

What is more, it is difficult to upgrade. I must to fight with a lot of monsters in order to upgrade 1 level, and I must use a lot of money no that. When I played the game, I met a game friend, he said that he had played the game for 6 months, but his rank is not very good, and his equipment is so poor that it looks terrible. But he is still playing the game. I asked why, he said even though it is boring to upgrade but it is more challenging. He said he would play until reaching the highest level. I have admiration for him.

So I heve spend much time and money on the game. I bought fiesta money online by my credit card, and then use fiesta money to change the fiesta online gold, last I will use fista gold to buy clothes and equipment in order to speed up to upgrade.

At first, some fo my friends played the game with me, but now there is only one of my friends playing this game. Because he is a online game fans. He is interested in any games. He has spent more money on games. He is addicted to online games. I have persuaded him. I hope he could far away from the game.

So these are only some views about the game, if I have said something wrong, please forgive.

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