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Yeah something isn't right, week after week it's the same two guilds. Every, single, week. I once tried to join that dunbarton guild, but they wouldn't approve my application. I eventually found out it was because certain people knew I reported other players for illegal activity. So when the guild officer says some people are "uncomfortable" with me being in the guild; it means they are possibly doing something against the ToS and if they let me join I would find out and potentially report them.
I really hate stirring up drama but I feel like this needs to be addressed.
I don’t really understand your vendetta against my guild. It’s been at least a month since we rejected your app; we didn’t mean any hard feelings and tried to let you down lightly. You’ve seem to have taken it to heart, however we maintain our decision to reject your application. Your slam campaign against us is toxic af and our members are undeserving of such blatant accusations and threats. We have every right to accept or decline any application. You have a poor attitude and reputation in the community so we decided to decline your app. We’ve had our share of troublemaking members that we’ve let go in the past and prefer to keep our guild drama free with like minded individuals; which is why all new members are vouched for.
Instead of spreading rumours and being passive aggressive towards us, why don’t you put together a team and actually contest the dunbartons guild war. It’s literally the same 2 guilds because no one else is willing to play.
Well a part time job is not a salary. And kids who do part time jobs to get gaming money probably are headed towards the wrong path, unless they aim to be a pro gamer or try to get an E Sports scholarship.
You mean 90% of the mabi players who started playing this game in middle school/high school?
Also you can technically force people to lower prices but its unrealistic with things like gacha items unless a whale really invests deeply into it AND is kind enough to sell them at objectively fair prices. Flood a market with enough supply and the value goes down.
Actually you can't *force* anyone to price their items. Even if there are duplicates on the market listed at 500k you can still list it at 5m if you wanted to. It doesn't mean they will sell, but a seller has every right to list their property at their own value.
'Fairness' is mostly subjective when it comes to market imo. No one is forcing anyone to pay big money for an item. If there is only one item on the market and you've been looking for days, then maybe it is true to value. Haggling is surely an option as well, you will probably have more competition if you choose to make an offer. At the end of it all, the seller is the one in position to accept or decline an offer. Just as the buyer can just choose not to buy it.
But you are correct; if the supply increases, then there is more of that item available on the market. Unless the item is consumable (like enchants), the price will probably decrease until there is a stable/set market value for that item.