Before u idiots jump out of the window heres 2 facts...Destiny was originally designed with a trade system, that for security reasons was taken out before launch (look it up) and 2. this is a idea put together by user: FoxHuntRadio which is the best idea thus far that pleases both sides of the gate! "i have a simple solution that should appease everyone on both side of the in game trading debate......while both sides have a valid argument, the point everyone is missing is that this game was originally designed with a trade system and that is the only reason it has RNG loot......what appears to be a broken random loot system is not broken, its just missing the vital component that it was designed around....trading.....yes, open free trade would ruin the game, and yes no trading is unrealistic based on the design of the game.....so how about this.... 1. you can only trade with clan mates 2. you must be a member of the clan for 30 days to be able to trade 3. only equal value items can be traded (exotic for exotic, raid gear for raid gear) 4. you earn a traders mark for completing the raid 2 or 3 weeks in a row 5. both trading parties must have a traders mark to trade 6. each traders mark will allow only 1 trade *EDIT* 7. All gear traded should be completely reset once it has been traded this way, you cannot trade all you want, cannot sell or trade items to randoms, cannot become friends just to sell and trade an item, none of that would be an issue at all.....and to be honest, would save a lot of customers and make the game experience more dynamic and complete in my opinion....does anybody agree?"
I couldn't agree more on this. Since beta I have seen countless members with exotics and raid gear I want or need. Having this system would allow those as a clan to share their RNG luck with close members. It wouldn't hurt anyone to trade the countless plan c's I have obtained for a single icebreaker. Or the useless raid pieces that I already have for a piece I need. It benefits both parties and is hard to obtain. I think this should be looked at more closely.