The terms "experienced" and "pro" mean the same thing. If your intention was to say that an experienced player not using premium features will beat an experienced player that is using p2w features (which is how it reads). Then your statement is a non sequitur.
Obviously they mean the same thing that's how it was intended. The point if you couldn't catch it was that it doesn't matter who's using the prem Skill is what counts.
If two players are "good" how do you define which is the better one? Why are you concluding that a good player that doesn't use p2w features will beat a good player that does? The rest of the paragraph you list a lot of random hypothetical scenarios that bare no relevance at all to whether p2w options give someone an advantage. Red herring fallacy 101.
The one who is fortunate enough to snipe the others train and send a backtime that the other guy can't dodge is the better one. Perhaps a bit of luck can come in there, but it mostly comes down to skill. Notice I'm listing the same things here. The farm 29 vs farm 27 doesn't matter if your train is cut and you get backtimed. Simple as that. your advantage from using prem is gone because someone that was skilled out played you.
Again you're assuming that all the players using these p2w features are idiots that do not know what they're doing.
That was never said. As a matter of fact most of the skilled players that know what they are doing have sold on prior worlds and stepped into the world with something like 15K prem and just destroyed it. Good for them. But they can only keep that up for so long before they start selling res to get some premium back. With that said why does it matter if that's what their doing? You think they have a huge advantage because they spent a world collecting on premium instead of trying to hit rank 1? Why don't you do it? If they are close enough to you to cripple your growth then they are close enough to you to buy off of you as well.
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