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8-01-2010 @ 2:23PM
Heh- of course, in a few discrete instances, the purchaser can find a way to build his own wall. If he is hunting say Zandalar rep and is buying all bijous (which must be used in certain combinations), he can set his own imaginary point (I chose a mid-point of 50 silver per bijou) and buy everything up to that limit, but nothing over. Inevitably, some sellers will attempt to force his price higher, while eventually Auctioneers will see whats going on and drop their price below the limit. By keeping the limit arbitrary, (and secret), the price will usually drop enough to get what you want over a period of time, due to the averages asymtotically approaching your limit.I got exalted with Zandalar, and started a bijou market (which probably dried up shortly after I stopped buying) on my own terms.:)Sintra E'Drien of the Ebon Blade, né Sindorei (now Worgen-curious)
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