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3-02-2010 @ 9:06PM
I can see a downside... In another game I play there is both an auction house that works like what we have now, and a Trading Post that works as what you've described above: people post what they want and what they're willing to offer, and sellers choose whether or not to accept the offer.The problem with it is that the Trading Post is FLOODED with ridiculous trades that never get accepted, like asking for a Battered Hilt in return for a 25s Cockroach pet, or vendor trash (to use a WoW example). These offers sit on the Trading Post for months to the point that, even with a search function, there's no point in looking through the Trading Post offers for any good deals there might be simply because you have to wade through pages and pages of horrible offers for your Battered Hilt.
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