“Otherwise, it is definitely a fraudulent behavior.” Do you even know what that means, or are you just using fancy words to sound smart/express your displeasure at not being able to get certain dragons very quickly?
The point of the event quest is not to get all of them the first time. You will need to get a total of 3000 trust points to fully train an event dragon. Currently the only way to do that is through events, but there may be other ways in the future. For starters, the event will return and players can get more trust points for FREE when it does. Now, if you’re impatient, then you will have to spend runes for it, and that comes at a financial cost.
As for new players not being able to get event dragons, they will be able to. They will need to take the same amount of time or spend the same amount of money as the rest of us who have been playing longer. If they didn’t I would certainly feel that my hard work had been devalued.
Players that can afford to spend money on the game can and will spend it regardless of whether event dragons can breed or not. They might choose to spend it on other aspects of the game though, because while you can get Event dragons for free, the only way to get cross-breeds, is to breed a lot. Event dragons not being able to breed balances out the use of different aspects of the game in that sense too.
As for being “so greedy”, do you know anything at all about any of the staff that work for/at Ludia? No? That’s what I thought. For all we know, some of them could be the sole income-earners for their families or some other similar circumstances. Not all of them are likely to fall under that category, but if the game doesn’t make enough money, then people will lose their jobs. And it won’t be the execs that go first. That’s just how businesses work.