First, I don't mean this to be a complaint, even though it probably sounds like one. It's more an observation, and yeah, it's something I can live with.
I've been a lifetime subscriber since the days when you could first become a lifetimer. Anyway, I noticed this just the other day, and to be honest, I've kind of noticed it with other situations as well. I just kind of laughed and accepted it.
Here's the deal. I've probably bought every expansion the game made back when the game actually made you buy the expansions. I always bought the full amount of the expansion (meaning if there was a gold version of the expansion, I paid for it cause I loved getting all the extra stuff).
Anyway, I was playing my main Romulan character the other day and was looking to see if there was any content I hadn't claimed (cause of all of the stuff I buy in the store and over the years). I noticed that the Legacy of Romulus (or whatever it's called) was an option for me to pay the full price for in the store. And then it dawned on me that I had bought the actual full expansion of exactly that name. This content should have already been available for this character as it was the first Romulan character I started anyway. But it wanted me to pay full price for it. Granted, I was only interested in getting the titles and stuff, but part of it just kind of bugged me that I was pretty sure I owned th is already, yet something told me that parts of it were probably missing on my characters.
And yeah, I could probably send in a ticket to get this set right, but that would probably also require me to have to go back WAY into the past and somehow prove I had paid full price (in cash) for this in the past. And honestly, I don't even know where any of that information might be these days. But not really an issue.
I'm more curious if anyone has noticed this sort of thing because I'm starting to notice it on a lot of my characters (because I have so many freaking characters in this game).
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