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3-16-2012 @ 10:19AM
no, it's more like posting a bounty for the items you want. You tack up a buy-order for the items, say three stacks of elementium ore for about 200g a stack. A farmer comes back from his semi-weekly mining session in deepholm, sees the buy-order once he looks at the auction. Now, the farmer could look up the person who's posted it, see if they're online or not. He could never interact with the buyer. Whatever the case, he simply accepts the buy-order, turns over the elementium to the NPC, and receives the gold. How does the gold leave the buyer? He deposited it with the NPC when he posted the buy-order. What if nobody took the bait of the buy-order when it expires? He gets his gold back, minus a small cut to keep inflation down a bit.
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