You think spending money on this game gives you and advantage and that this is a pay to win game.
The only advantage of spending money is the difference between you and yourself, no one else.
1. Never said nor implied money would give adavantage, and furthermore never even remotely suggested "this is a pay to win game". Wrong. Off topic. You have missed the point completely.
The opportunity to play this game for a years worth of free premium is there for the taking.
You never have to spend money. Therefore your suggestion is a moot point and Wargaming knows this.
2. My idea has nothing to do with having years worth of free premium. Again you miss the point. BTW, not everyone has the time or talent to earn enough tokens in"X" amount of time (seems you've got some secret formula for success which you are implying everyone has knowledge of, or access too. I'd like to know? Sounds like the common man should be made aware this!)
As for it bringing in more players and making the game more attractive is the concept of playing the game
for free premium time.
But I digress.
Premium time doesn't give you an advantage and make you a better player.
Playing the game and learning a plane consistently makes you a better player.
Not racing up the tiers and taking the time to learn a plane makes you better.
4. Yes, you digress! And consistently miss the point.
A player that only plays a handful of games a day is wasting his hard earned money for premium time.
It wont get you up the tiers any faster than if you played a bunch of games
5. Contradictory, false, and off the mark by a country mile!
The more you play the more chance you have at earning more free premium time.
The less you play, Wargaming is counting on this, the more money you spend.
You spend money because you think it gives you an advantage.
6.The issue is not about money, buying one's way up through the tiers, or purchased Premium. I made that clear. Numerous times.
And you, spend money for the advantage.
Or you don't spend money and want Wargaming to hand you more free premium time
instead of working for it.
7. Your working off the same premise as before, which is flawed.
Work smart, not hard. Working hard gets you know where in life.
Getting others to work for you is the key to success.
8. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. Not sure how your's fit's in? And are we to presume you have found success, which according to you means you have hard working "nowhere" people working for you?
Dont be condescending, which your ending is most definitley.
And finally, I am please you think my suugestion "good". I just wish you had a better idea of what my suggestion "is":
The issue is more about having one's say, having more control, over the quality of the experience. Not buying one's way to being a better player, or buying one's way into having more and better planes.Those things may come, with or without premium time. Of course Premium can enhance the earning potential, but again, that is not the issue. The issue is about control. Plain and simple. WOT players have a certain amount of control over "when" they can enhance that earning potential. So the issue is about controlling when the enhance experience takes place. Having the ability to control something like Premium time allows the individual to not have to stress, trying to get as much game play into their limited daily allotment. One can plan for that hour, or two. Having that kinda control has the added affect of affording a person a little bit more freedom. Freedom of choice.
So what I am really advocating is for Wargaming to acknowledge that since they already have the product ( Personal Reserves) it would not be difficult to expand the product and configure for WoWP.
Doing so would enhance the experience by removing some of the frustration players already experience for the reasons already mentioned and improve the quality of limited amount of time, which each individual measures and weighs for themselves. Can a business case be made to suggest an increase in revenue for the company. Yes, of course.
Hard working people are entitled to their opinions, pessimistic or otherwise.