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BOD Prices,who know what to do?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Der Rock, Oct 5, 2009.

  1. Der Rock

    Der Rock Guest

    with the reward changes, i am out of mind how to price Bods these days.
    is there someone out there who buying/selling bods?
  2. Warpig Inc

    Warpig Inc Babbling Loonie
    Stratics Veteran

    Jul 2, 2008
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    What I've been doing is taking the old tables of rewards and updating the new reward options. With the new imbuing, still need to see how the runics apply to value. It is easier to burn a low end runic and pick out the items made that have the more costly mods. Then filling in the other mods needed.
  3. CassieDarksong

    CassieDarksong Babbling Loonie
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    Oct 30, 2004
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    What was suggest to me was to sell the bods for the price the rewards are going for

    So a bod that would give me a Dull Copper Runic I would sell for what the Runic is selling for, 200k. A bod giving me a Shadow I would sell for 300k.

    My problem is that I need a price for lower end bods, the ones you use to turn in to get new bods. Or how to fairly price like A LBOD and the SBods that go into it....that's harder.
  4. Fink

    Fink Guest

    Powder of Fortification is going for 200k on my shard, so a bod that yields that I would price the same. Some low-end bods have a small chance at giving PoF, so I would work out the price as the % chance x the reward price.

    If you're planning on selling, I would suggest you heavily promote your vendor. Most so-called "bod vendors" are storage only, be sure to let people know yours is genuine. Leave runes at the smith/tailor shops etc.