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9-26-2010 @ 10:13PM
It's not your guildie's fault if he starts a bidding war. The competition should look at it and see, "Hey, this guy is trying to get rid of this ____ cheap. I'll buy it, sell it back later at the regular price, and BAM--instant profit."If the competition sees a 200g price cut and think it's an invitation to a bidding war, then that competition deserves to lose their money.
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