It felt like a sideways shift instead of anything really improving or degrading the experience. I’ve gotten a lot more cards a day, like 18 or so, but since I only ever had 2 or 3 sets I was REALLY interested in collecting at a time, it didn’t so much change my experience with completing sets, as it made me feel like I needed use those extra cards somewhere, so I started going back to old sets I had started previously and lost interest in and picking up cards for them. I WISH there were more sets I was excited about, but it seems like the amount of sets I find interesting is shrinking at the same time the number of cards I can get daily is growing! That’s classic supply and demand. I’m getting lots of packs but my interest is just low, so I’m always considering just finishing up the packs I am currently into, then turning off trades and taking a break from the site, then checking back in a few months to see what’s changed.
I’m kind of afraid that the changes that were made to the site really have killed off interest for a lot of creators. Myself, I was all geared up to start doing cards for Neonmob as a monetary sideline, but then those changes came last summer and it was like getting the carpet pulled out from under me! I am sure lots of other would-be creators felt the same way, and I’m sure it was even worse for existing creators. I’m not pointing a finger at Neonmob over it, because for all I know the site’s financial situation demanded the change. I just don’t know, and I don’t want to say shoulda if I don’t understand what’s going on. One problem with making any decisions concerning Neonmob is a lack of concrete info!
But yeah, for the recent update, it didn’t add much, it just sort of stirred the existing ingredients in the pot a little. For me anyway!