Claiming that it won't "destabilize" the game is just ignorant. Things would certainly be affected, instance lag and server load being the most obvious.
Look at the bag tab, ffs: disappearing items and exploitable usage on launch. And that's NEW code. The TR cache is old. If turbine were to recode it entirely and actually bother to test it, sure. But simply altering what we have now to add slots? Not even worth the risk.
+1 to OP.
BtC space problem is so loooong overdue (it was way too late even in U14, lol, now I've lost the hope).
Whatever the technical problem, devs could create a new storage system (in addition to the current system).
There were so many good ideas, I don't think the increase of BtC space is planned for the next 2 years if ever.
We are getting more and more new packs without increasing BtC space.
Enjoy destroying your items or never loot new shines.
Also every single update read release notes and see the fact that yet again no BtC space for you and enjoy the list of new items that you'll never be able to try/test (only sell if unbound/BtCoE).
And really, if you don't have acquisitive tendencies, why are you playing this game? D&D and DDO are both strongly oriented around accumulating "stuff" (said in George's Carlin's voice). Collecting stuff is certainly not the only reason to play the game, but it's not a "rather arbitrary play style" that should be dismissed as unimportant. Just because _you_ use the same half-dozen items on your characters doesn't meant the majority play that way. If people didn't have an interest in accumulating stuff, Turbine wouldn't sell extra bag/bank slots, the House K packs (for tasty K bank slot favor) or the aforementioned challenge pack.
Nothing, not a single thing in this game is "free". The code behind all the daily dice rolls, and bonus events, and anniversary gifts is paid for by player money.
You're making it very clear that your play style is the only one that matters to you. Which means we can all ignore the rest of your opinions as the bull-dung they are.
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