Ultimate Price Check Thread

Discussion in 'Price Check' started by Cearbhall, Nov 25, 2014.

  1. MrMerchant

    MrMerchant Trial Member

    High end wood prices are still low, Browsing the forums and buy orders in the cities you can easily tell that market prices are higher and demand is still strong even two month later at the current pricing. In moving over 50 stacks of Blackwood 65 is the minimum price I have had to sell for. In the cases of Brownwood it seems universally 50g in any buying or seller threads.

    Spongewood remains strong at 25g per stacks in most cases, Where dapple seems to fluctuate between 35 and 40 (I have seen freak cases of folks trying to sell [dapple] high for 45-50 and failing to gain momentum).

    All non-building prices Sponge, White, Grey etc have not been affected by price fluctuation since TC but due to a lack of supply in most regions building wood prices are at a competitive high.
  2. ThaBadMan

    ThaBadMan Exalted Member

    Nice thread ;)
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  3. ramher

    ramher Member

    change palm fruit plz. Or let me know who quoted you that price and I will sell it to them for *only* 250. I will sell it until I am rich and the price bottoms out at what it should be.
  4. ramher

    ramher Member

    yeaman, not tryin to be a dick. Just tryin to help you get everything perfect.
  5. NineOneSix

    NineOneSix Senior Member

    Update due to supply and demand pressures - Cronite 3500 to 4000g per 10k, Tind messing 1600 to 1800g per 10k.

    Just my opinion, but based on market evidence I've seen.
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  6. Dredsol

    Dredsol Member

    Wood and high level metal material prices are too low, check out the brokers and forums posts
  7. Valthelion

    Valthelion Junior Member

    skadite looks high
  8. rennatdelta

    rennatdelta New Member

    damn impressive sir.
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  9. ramher

    ramher Member

    At some point, it would be nice to have a percentage fluctuation for regional items because there obviously is one. Stuff is cheaper at the source and across the map it's more expensive. Would help get everything perfect. Dunno if you would wanna go that deep though.
  10. Adenis

    Adenis Trial Member

    Awesome thread!
  11. DeeZ NUTZ

    DeeZ NUTZ Member

    This actually true???
  12. Azidano

    Azidano Senior Member

    Well how much have you recently sold/bought it for?
  13. DeeZ NUTZ

    DeeZ NUTZ Member

    was asking for a reason. never sold or bought it.
  14. InstaBang

    InstaBang Member

    skaadite is not that much LOL
  15. Deadheretic

    Deadheretic Well-Known Member

    Yes. this is normal price to Skadite.
    This is best blunt metal.
  16. Boyka!

    Boyka! Junior Member

    hey bro you might wanna edit this :D
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  17. Jbrewer

    Jbrewer Senior Member

    Awesome thread :) Bookmarking.
  18. Deadheretic

    Deadheretic Well-Known Member

    problem in a word, not in a price.
    350-400 for a 1k not for a Stack :D

    P.S. 550-600 golds per 1k. This is yesterday price
  19. Fledkon

    Fledkon Gold Supporter

    Maros Cadeus' head is anywhere from 17-20g
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  20. Fledkon

    Fledkon Gold Supporter

    Np, and based off the price of the heads the backstab book should be 323-380g, however based off your current price of the lockpicking book (the lockpicking book is worth one Maros head as well) the backstab book should cost 380-570g.

    Math if your using the price of one head:

    -19(heads for backstab) X 17(low end price for one head)= 323g
    -19(heads for backstab) X 20(high end price for one head)= 380g

    Math if your using the price of the lockpicking book:

    -19(heads for backstab) X 20(low end price for the lockpicking book)= 380g
    -19(heads for backstab) X 30(high end price for the lockpicking book)= 570g

    So if your find the average of both sides the book would cost anywhere from 350-475g
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