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Price Check: Ingots

Discussion in 'UO Atlantic' started by Bamboozle, Jul 6, 2009.

  1. Bamboozle

    Bamboozle Guest

    Hello all.

    I am a returning old school player just getting back into the UO scene on Atlantic shard.

    I have a GM miner, and for the time being (and perhaps long term) will be selling ingots to make gold.

    I have no idea how much ingots sell for these days.

    I will be selling commodity deeds of ALL types of ingots in increments of 10k, 20k, and 60k off of my vendor.

    What are the current market prices for ingots on Atlantic server? Is there a great need for ingots for me to keep my vendor stocked at all times?

    Thank you!
     
  2. First off,
    You wont be selling that way unless you have tons of stored ore from the past.

    All ore sites are now randomized. You cant recall and get valorite over and over.

    If you just plan to mine a ton...

    250-300 for valorite per ingot.
    subtract 50 as you go down in order of rarity for a guideline

    Iron goes for 15 -20 gold an ingot.

    Luna has standard prices for ores for another guideline.
     
  3. Bamboozle

    Bamboozle Guest

    Getting the ore isnt the problem. I am familiar with the randomized mining system and thats not a problem.

    I have several hundred thousand iron ingots stored up, and am accumulating ingots of other types to sell in bulk.

    Within a few days I will have enough of a surplus to be able to keep a ready stock of at least 10,000 ingots of each type on hand at all times on my vendor.

    Thanks for the info regarding prices.

    Where can I find the Luna ore guidelines you speak of?
     
  4. There not official guidelines.
    If your spend some time shopping vendors youll get the gist of the prices. You can price accordingly.

    That is walk around and check out the vendors.
     
  5. Bamboozle

    Bamboozle Guest

    I appreciate your responses, but TBH I think that is a horrible way to set prices.

    Walking around aimlessly and arbitrarily checking random ingot vendors lends itself to extreme variability.

    However, I once again thank you for your time and efforts.
     
  6. Omnius

    Omnius Crazed Zealot
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    Uh if you check the prices in luna, you set an average and then judge based on your needs to go lower than average to sell faster or higher than average if you're in no rush.