I understand that it a the change to the law and TW can't do anything about it no matter how much the law shouldn't apply to situations like this.
But can I please know how the heck did they work out that 1000 resources is worth approximately 0.20 euros?????? This means that a player with only ONE village with its resource buildings at level 30 is earning 1.44euros per hour, a player with 10 villages will be earning 14.4euros per hour (this is the equivalent of low paying jobs but you don't have to do anything!!!), a player with 50 villages (easily possible) would be earning 72euros per hour and on the extreme end the players at the top of the charts with over 500 villages are earning 720euros per hour???
Am I the only one who thinks interpreting a tax law to apply to actions within a game is ludicrous? Oh, well, I suppose Europe really has drifted into the world of oblivion.
On top of that, what is this arbitrary value on 1000 resources in-game? Does this mean we can demand a cash-exchange from TW for these amazingly valuable resources? :icon_rolleyes:
And the notice isn't even clear on the subject. What about sending resources between villages?
If this is more than an April Fool's Joke (anyone else find the timing interesting?), this is enough to make me, and probably lots of other people, consider a quit. Then again, if it only applies to actual marketplace exchanges, there is the slightly annoying, but practical loophole of just sending resources.