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1-28-2008 @ 7:23PM
Something to keep in mind is the more often the person scan, the more accurate the price. Not uncommon for someone to say a primal fire is worth 10g, when it's up to 20 and they haven't scanned in a week. It's also important to note that auctioneer scans the prices the items are put up for, not sold for. It's a guide, but very easy to dupe.
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