firstly, there is no trolling at all.
i understand that the types of games and players youve encountered over your life on the internet might suggest such things, especially when players dont see it your way and youve run out of excuses / reasons to justify your opinions.
no.. a game doesnt 'have to' do it one way just because another game or many other games in this case have followed that trend for a long, long time.
the fact that you are all so adamant about 'theres no way / reason to master everything' and resort to such petty comments as 'its not warframe, wah' shows that you have no real intent to discuss any aspect of this topic to any fruitful result.
i hope that my outlook hasnt fallen on deaf ears, with regards to the devs who may be watching.
i do appreciate those of you who may not agree but do see at least some alternatives or perhaps end-level motivations for it being the way it is.
and @boundmore it wasnt about discussing anyones unhappiness. on the forums of any game, any contrary opinion is always put to the grindstone and justification is always needed for the brown knights who just want to plug their ears and say 'lalalalalala' when they find it hard to understand or grasp the feelings of another individual. and as is typical, players refuse to grasp simple concepts not in tandem with their own immediate viewpoints and default to silly comments and accusations, or meet it with a holier than thou air of disregard. fine. people can feel and react how they want.
i 'like' boundless and have played off and on over the last two years or so because i do enjoy it. however, and i might add quite simply, id like to be able to fill out the skill tree on my own, completely.
that said.. i have been thinking (since this discussion started) if there will be micro transactions once the game gets to a more developed point, and if so.. if that will include buying 'character' slots so that you can enjoy all of the races as mentioned by J.
If there is, it would'nt be absurd to at a certain point (if you dont want to do the multicharacter thing) purchase Not skill Points but skill point SLOTS. essentially allowing you to move beyond the intended limit on one character whilst still needing to actually grind out (a scaling amount of course) xp to earn the points to fill out those extra skill slots.
perhaps a system like that could be an alternative (as well as having active/inactive skill sets as mentioned then quoted from an earlier post) for players like me that want to go full on completionist.
anyhow, i do hope you all have a wonderful saturday. its hot and humid here in texas.