Hi, i would like to offer some feedback on the way achievements are implemented in arkadia. Let me start by saying that I totally dislike the way achievements are in EU right now, i think the scoring % of unlocked achievements should be per planet and not overall like it is now. The reason for this is that I, like many others, am a completionist, i have some strange need to get to 100% in stuff, this is impossible for all planets, so it discourages me to go for achievements. But now back to the arkadian achievements, i feel achievements should be more about fun stuff you can actually accomplish with normal gaming hours. And not about proving i have no life and spend way too much time ingame. For me there are two main reasons why i like achievements. First i would like to get the visual rewards of accomplishing something in the game, and Secondly sometimes getting an achievement will give me a goal for a few hours ingame when i don't know what i want to do next. If you look at the achievements on Next Island, they are the perfect example for a player like me, interesting achievements for a casual gamer, doable but still challenging and require some time to complete, and you can get a 100% score. So both my reasons for doing them are fullfilled there. If i look at Arkadian achievements they are impossible to get. For the 4800 missions we get trophy heads, in my opinion an achievement should be 'worth less' then a trophy head, so why not give out the achievement when we kill 1200 mobs, that would stimulate me to finish all those missions. While now, knowing the impossibility of getting them all, I just don't bother. So please reconsider the current achievements. Also i would love to see more different achievements to get and ways to get them (not as much as RT though), both calypso and next island have very nice achievements (storyline, exploration, hidden achievements, etc.), and i would really suggest checking those out if you haven't already. I think arkadia could utilize the achievement system a lot better then they currently do.