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Not a Bug: Wrong numeric suffix for coins and supplies when they exceed 999M

When coins and/or supplies go over one billion, the suffix says G instead of B. Sounds like a bug to me, unless I was collecting gigabytes without knowing it!


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Have you even considered that it's done on puprose? In Europe and in some other world countries are different denominations as for money's sake. After one million in some countries is billion, then trillion etc. but in other after million is milliard, bilion, trilion etc. This way they made it unified for all of us. Kilo, Mega, Giga etc.
This way they made it unified for all of us. Kilo, Mega, Giga etc.
Yep. And thus M doesn't mean million but mega.
Strangely enough though, in the St. Patrick event they use B (billion), T (trillion) and Q (quadrillion).
Inconsistent, but clearly not a bug.
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FoE Team
Community Manager
As mentioned above, G is the metric symbol for billion, which does not start with a B in all languages. This must be consistent across all games. The shortened form of values displayed in events are subject to translations, and therefore do not need to be the same.