How do I find my gold reserves????

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User
20 October, 2018, 3:17 AM UTC

I just purchased the special package for $9.99 and I assumed it was for 288,000 gold, 5,000 times??

it credited my gold 288,000 but I can not for the life of me find where the other 4,999

Am I wrong, or just missing it somewhere?

I purchased this package thinking I would get 144,000,000 in gold.....(288,000 x 5,000)
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WWO
User
20 October, 2018, 4:15 AM UTC

Thumper said:

Am I wrong, or just missing it somewhere?
I purchased this package thinking I would get 144,000,000 in gold.....(288,000 x 5,000)

Probably wrong. I've never seen anything like x 5,000.


Gold is shown on the top line, next to:


Agreed, it is irritating to figure out just how many gp you have. Go to 'items' (press 'i'), hover over 'Purchase', click on 'Several' when it appears. Your gp appears at the end of the 'Number and cost:' line. [Click cancel or the top-right X to exit purchasing.]

Post what lead you to think it was x 5,000 and we'll be able to help.

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User
20 October, 2018, 11:48 PM UTC

on the offer page the top line with the gold showed 5,000 and below that it showed +288,000

I assumed it meant I would get the 288,000 5,000 times which sounded right for the price I paid

I made a previous purchase for $4.99 and got over 500,000 gold

This last one cost $9.99 and I only got 288,000 gold????


Also, support wants a screenshot of my purchase in order for them to help......How do I do that now? I am on my PC
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User
23 October, 2018, 4:38 AM UTC
No dude, it's 288.000+5000 = 293.000
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WWO
User
25 October, 2018, 1:44 AM UTC

Thumper said:

Also, support wants a screenshot of my purchase in order for them to help......How do I do that now? I am on my PC

Assuming Windows (let me know if Linux), press PrtScr.

Better to start it first, but this should let you capture a square of the screen - it starts the sniping tool. Run SnippingTool.exe

For support / here, you need to save the image somewhere first. [Discord will let you just paste directly.] So start the tool, click Mode, select 'Rectangular Snip', then click New. Drag the square around your image - when you release the mouse it will be captured to the clipboard. Back in the Snipping Tool box, click Save.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/help/13776/windows-use-snipping-tool-to-capture-screenshots

Once done, upload the image.

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