So, Beta's been running for a bit now. How's everyone feel about the stuff available for purchase using Pizza Slices? The full list of items/services, as far as I can tell... Treasure Hunt adventures Starter Packs for multiplayer Magnificent Chests Figurines Party Revives I'll start. I like the Treasure Hunt adventures a lot. After playing through a handful of adventures with random rewards, it was nice to be able to beat my head against a challenge with a reward that I knew right off the bat would be interesting. I also like the recent change of showing all the Treasure Hunts at once and selling them as a pack. It makes them seem less nickel-and-dime-y, and more like bonus content/DLC; indeed, when the game launches, I'll almost certainly buy the Treasure Hunt pack first thing. I like the figurines, but probably won't buy them unless I have an odd amount of Pizza left over from another purchase. My first in-game purchases were actually figurines, as I didn't really like the look of my default Warrior and Wizard, but I wasn't bothered enough that I would break out my wallet solely to change them up. That equation might change if I was playing a lot of multiplayer. There's probably a lesson there. Also, I should probably play more multiplayer. Magnificent Chests and Starter Packs both serve an important purpose, but given that a large portion of the enjoyment I get out of the game revolves around beating adventures to get items as loot, I will likely pass over buying the Chests and Packs after launch. I would be much more interested in buying something that affects my loot drops, I think: a "Bag of Holding" that gives me an extra drop every time I normally earn an item, an "Everflowing Chest" that gives a free Treasure item drop every win, an "Alchemy Pot" that lets me throw items inside and have them randomly become other ones, and so on. That said, I admit that I have opened a Magnificent Chest, and it definitely had that "booster pack" excitement to it (I got an Epic!), but I imagine I'd really only want to be doing that once I hit the elder game and am looking for one or two specific items to tinker around in the Deck Builder with. I haven't bought a single Party Revive, and likely won't. I'm not bothered by their existence, but since part of the fun for me is beating an adventure "legitimately", I don't reckon I'd ever buy some extra lives to get through a module. I will also give some thought to other stuff I'd like to buy post-launch, but I think I covered the big ones above already.