February 28, 2012, 21:15:38 |
Quote (Tysta @ 28 February 2012 20:00)
Quote (Lindel @ 28 February 2012 16:52)
Also, you're not forced to craft your own kamas since by focusing on combat, you could just sell the drops you get as reward from battles, since high level monster drops can easily be sold for a fair price.-Lindel
That's how it worked in Dofus. Right?
Because 99% of items gained as drops weren't wanted by anyone, and ended up being sold to NPCs at base prices. NPCs Wakfu does not have.
Most drops aren't worth the trouble of selling with this current merchant system. I'd say base-price NPCs are really needed.
Far from being true, there were really a few resource with no market in dofus, just to make some examples: Gobball Wool, Hooves and Horns were needed for all kind gobball sets, from regular to Gobkool and Royal Gob set, Saliva was needed by alchemists, the Tofu feathers were needed for tofu set, as well as the beaks, even Piwi feathers were used to craft the Adventurer set, considering it was crafted by combining all the Piwi sets... I could keep going, just pick whatever drop and look it up on Dofus Wiki, you'll se everything (or almost) is needed.
Also resources like Gobball Horns, Acorns, Rib Chops, Red Jellies, Vampire Blood and Larva Skins were exchangeable to Characteristic scrolls.
You're half right, people didn't bother to see the value of the drops and just sold everything to NPCs right away, that doesn't mean such resources had no market. Of course, some of them had a value in stacks, but heh, I'm pretty sure every resource can be sold for more than what NPCs offer, which most likely 1 kama.
NPCs is not what is needed, but some more Auction Houses (maybe specific ones, like Dofus' Bonta and Brakmar) would really help the game's economy grow.