In this weeks FoF, Jeremy mentioned the following. Commodity item prices changed so that the sell price is never greater than the base price, and the buy price never drops below the base price What this means is that vendors now have a "base price" for commodities - they won't sell those items for less than that base, nor will they buy the items from players for more. Prices will still fluctuate depending on how many of those commodities have recently been bought or sold, but players won't be able to make a profit by finding a vendor with a low sell price on, for example, arrows and selling them to a vendor with a high buy price. Does this mean that I'm breaking rules if I buy regs and scrolls from a vendor , run up some scrolls and then sell them back to the vendor for profit. e.g. I goto fel and buy 20x black pearl, 20x nightshade, 20x mandrake root, 20x blank scrolls and a scribes pen for about 380gp. I then scribe some BS scrolls and sell them for 42gp back to the vendor. As long as I have better than a 45% success rate then I get a profit. I know that I'm not talking about millions here but don't want to be banned for stupid stuff while training inscription.