Aww you two! @Caylea @midorialexandros I know I've felt the same recently too with things just failing super hard in this game and not just with horsies. I can relate and can empathize with you two and many others who have experienced this...to one extent or another. I hope if anything it's an opportunity for people to be supportive of one another and help each other out. Let us not be so hostile or have malfeasance against others for their struggles. So please, be kind - you don't have to go above and beyond, but one certainly does not need to be rude, crude, and toxic. I wish nothing but the best for all of you who are having trouble and difficulty.. It can be disappointing beyond belief and more frustrating than reasonable, but I hope it inspires you to get something better, and that you will be rewarded in due time. I really hope so. ) So best of luck to everyone That said.... Some days, I do feel like I've downloaded the wrong version of black desert - Extra difficult version, where progress in the game with enchanting anything requires requires a lot more attempts/resources just to get to a level where most of the population considers "easy" or fairly achievable with some patience and effort. Regardless of how hard/easy the game might be, this extreme variance in in game experience seems to be the root of the problem itself. It would be nicer if the variance was not wide as it is now. This is the kind of stuff that turns genuine people who are interested in the game to become so turned off. As I interact with more of you, I'm realizing that it has impacted the way I play this game and the experiences I've been able to have/not have: It's frustrating beyond belief at times. In a FPS game much like the old CS/DOD, all I had to do was tenaciously work on my skills, learn the game mechanics, other players, and really work on becoming better. So long as I had the skill/ability/knowledge/in-game awareness, and practice, I was able to get into Invite level teams, leagues, and tourneys. But here, this very hard reliance on a "supposed random aspect of the game" makes it not as enjoyable for many more than perhaps intended. Just some thoughts.