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Is the removable tag on unusuals a good thing?


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  1. 1. Is it a good thing?

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I think yes, the only CON would be that in unusual suggesting, when pricing a hat, that maybe was gifted a month ago (but not anymore) and therefore sold for a % off the regular price, would maybe go down for that matter.

 

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I think yes, the only CON would be that in unusual suggesting, when pricing a hat, that maybe was gifted a month ago (but not anymore) and therefore sold for a % off the regular price, would maybe go down for that matter.

 

Thoughts?

 

Mmm, but if it was listed on Outpost, it would show as being gifted. Only flaw with that reasoning :P

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All dem rare high tier hats, that have like 4 in existence and 3 of them are gifted (and the 1 clean never sells)... will now sell and get prices and be good once again

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@OP yes because I was able to buy the spellbound Belgian since you didn't like it being gifted :^)

I did the same thing, but oh well. Not like I could have seen this coming.

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Is it confirmed that the entire 'gifted by' is removed or just the name of the gifter?

Can confirm that the whole "gifted by" thing is removed after trying it on my electrostatic geisha(before losing it on sweetstakes :c). Only outpost tracks unusuals as previously gifted, which shouldn't matter much in the incoming future.

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Posted · Hidden by λngelღмander, December 18, 2015 - Pointless post
Hidden by λngelღмander, December 18, 2015 - Pointless post

I did the same thing, but oh well. Not like I could have seen this coming.

 

Collector's KE finally returns to its former glory, so I'm saying it's a very good thing.

 

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Can confirm that the whole "gifted by" thing is removed after trying it on my electrostatic geisha(before losing it on sweetstakes :c). Only outpost tracks unusuals as previously gifted, which shouldn't matter much in the incoming future.

 

Outposts also lists fresh items that go through the giftapult as gifted, even after you wipe them. So they don't track old unusuals but all items as gifted.

 

If you put them on SCM, no trace of any previous gifting shows up, at all.

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Ofc this is good. The reason gifted's were priced cheaper was because you had that ugly as fuck red text on your unusual, often with random, shitty names or [unknown] as the gifter. It wasn't like being duped where the text was hidden away on a 3rd party site, it actually had an impact on the item's hover information.  If I had the choice between two unusuals of similar price, and one was gifted, I'd rather get the non gifted one unless the gifted one was cheaper. Now there's no worries about that, I can get any item I want without worry about the gross text on it.

 

Edit: changed wording because some people are snippy, pedantic smart alecks.

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Ofc this is good. The reason gifted's were priced cheaper was because you had that ugly as fuck red text on your unusual, often with random, shitty names or [unknown] as the gifter. It wasn't like being duped where the text was hidden away on a 3rd party site, it actually had an impact on the item's appearance.  If I had the choice between two unusuals of similar price, and one was gifted, I'd rather get the non gifted one unless the gifted one was cheaper. Now there's no worries about that, I can get any item I want without worry about the gross text on it.

"Impact on the items appearance"

I didn't know it had a new unusual effect, with "gifted by gabe's sweaty socks" hovering over your head for everyone to see as you try hiding from snipers. No wonder gifted was worth less.

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