I’m surprised IMC Games hasn’t made this comparison either on the Steam page or their own website, but the monetary value of their founders packs is a little obscured if you haven’t played Tree of Savior yet or haven’t done a little research on how much each of these items are worth. So for those on the fence, I’d like to break down what each pack is worth by comparing what the cost would be for the same items at regular price.
Founder’s Server: Exclusive Access 1-1, $24.99
This pack includes 650 TP, a 60 day Token, an voucher for purchasing a pet, a stat reset potion, a skill reset potion, and two hair accessories.
650TP at $9/100TP- $54 ( I’m assuming there will be bonus TP for purchasing in bulk)
60 days worth of Token perks at 198TP/ 30 day Token- $36
1 Skill reset at 88TP- $9
1 Stat reset- currently unavailable for purchase, but assume about 88TP as well- $9
Hoglan pet- valued at 453,600 in game silver (at level 107 I have about 170,000 silver)
Cosmetics- unavailable in the cash shop, possibly Founder’s exclusive item.
Total value: around $108, plus 453,600 in game currency
Founder’s Server: Exclusive Access 2-1, $14.99
This pack includes 380 TP, a 30 day Token, and one hair accessory.
380TP at $9/100- $36
30 days worth of Token perks at 198TP/ 30 day Token- $18
Cosmetic- unavailable in the cash shop, possibly Founder’s exclusive item.
Total value: around $54
Looking at it this way, you can see what a great deal both of these founder’s packs are at 50% off. Even at full price ($50 and $30 respectively) you are getting a great deal on what you’re purchasing. And for the $9/1ooTP ratio, I’m basing this off of an FAQ provided by IMC Games but currently there is no other way to purchase TP other than these packs and that dollar per TP value could change. If the game sounds interesting to you though, I wouldn’t wait until it goes F2P. You’ll want some currency for additional inventory space if nothing else and the 30% XP boost granted by the Token is beneficial when you’re getting started. It’s a niche title and not for everyone but for those who are interested it’s worth the $15-25 price tag.