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Price changes?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by afreespirit, Apr 5, 2008.

  1. afreespirit

    afreespirit Guest

    I just logged on to collect some smithing and tailoring BODs and got quite a shock. The prices on the NPC vendors were outrageous. 153 gp for a buckler? 180 for a bronze shield? Skullcaps for 21gp?

    This was in Britain fel on Catskills. And it was all the NPC weaponsmiths and armorers and tailors. I went over to Vesper and found the prices there were in the normal range.

    Any other shards having this issue?
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Could it just be high faction taxes there?
  3. afreespirit

    afreespirit Guest


    Could it just be high faction taxes there?

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  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Sounds like a high priced faction town. Sometimes they're cheaper than the base price, others they're way higher heh. If you want to be sure, a quick check is to recall to the town's bank and check the price of commodity deeds or vendor contracts there. That'll save you walking to the shops to find them too expensive [​IMG]

  5. eolsunder1

    eolsunder1 Guest

    Yep basically some towns can have prices changed by the factions who control the towns.

    A faction town in Fel lets the faction leaders change the prices. High prices lets the faction leaders place faction npcs, the higher the prices, the more silver they have to place guards/npcs.

    If the prices are low, they have less silver to place, but they have low prices on faction vendors so you can buy ore/wood, etc at good prices.

    Simply put, if the prices are high, shop in another city.