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10-11-2011 @ 1:11AM
What is the logic in this thing that one auctioner typically does: they will take several of a particular item, whether it's crafted pvp gear or a glyph or gem for example, which enjoys a steady price, and all of a sudden they'll list them all for 600% of the normal price. Are they really expecting people to pay 300 g for a fractured amberjewel, or are they fishing for potential competition in that market, or trying to inflate the value of these items, or what?
10-11-2011 @ 7:02AM
Several reasons, possible inflation: If the rest sell yours are the only gems left for people to buy.But the big one is simple miss clicking, remember not everyone has a auction add on or pays 100% attention to what there buyingFor example I've seen people think there buying volatile fire and buy something else cause it had a similar icon.
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