Tera trade broker tips and toes

When you can put up almost any item on the broker and transfer it into gold, it's easy to put a value on everything. Because you can obtain any item yourself either by going out and getting it or by picking it up on the broker, what you're really buying is time. You want to sell your time high and buy other people's time as low as possible. This would mean you're making people work for you. You have to keep in mind that with a limited amount of time, it's important to get the most bang for your buck.

When you're trying to improve your gear, you have to balance getting the best gear you can what will last the longest vs the difficulty of getting it. What this means is that it gets more and more expensive to get the same bonus on your item. Sometimes, you have to realize that pushing for a specific item or enchantment just isn't worth the time it would take to get it and you're better off focusing your efforts elsewhere.

Know what you're worth: An easy example of this is seeing items on the broker being sold for lower than the vendor price.

Because people don't bother, not only do they get less gold than hey would selling it to an NPC but they also pay a listing fee. This list will change as content is added or changed within the game. Keep in mind that it's more time-efficient to buy low and sell high than to spend hours farming the same monster models all the time. That being said, there are areas where your time will yield the largest profits. Here's a few ideas: Three Towers - The Rage Transmission room. How to get there: Best source of gold for a new Crystals Hunter's Crux needed are relatively cheap.

Blood Fiends are lvl Popular location means there may be people there. A fresh 60 can easily be pushed out by a geared character who decides to outlaw PvP.

Either buy a scroll from any specialty shop or fly to Veritas District province and walk. Once inside, turn left. Normal monsters with ridiculous drop rates. Can be cleared twice normal then hard mode. Uses up dungeon cooldowns meaning it's impossible to queue for them 2hr normal and 6hr hard mode. Can be completed solo since the game can auto-generate groups.

High gold return for very little effort. Very low FPS regardless of hardware. Can be hard to stay alive for some classes. Master Enigmatic Scrolls are in high demand now that Masterworking has been made more available. They'll stay that way because T14 gear will also require them. Tier 11 gold weapons vendor for around 70g and can be extracted for a higher value. Badges can be traded for extra T11 gear. Cruxes drop from every boss and can be worth from 1g to g.

This is random like everything else in the game. Ebon tower drops 1 Dark Matter used for Kelsaik's Nest that can be sold. T11 gear will become templates in the next patch which may raise prices for certain items.

Temple of Temerity Practicum badges can be sold on the broker. Vendoring 3 dire badges get you 50g each. Whites and greens fetch a good amount. Blue and Gold items earn considerably more. Drops T13 Enigmatic gear. In the best case scenario, it can be worth a few thousand gold and in the worst, it's still enchantment fodder.

It's important to make good use of your time. Catatonic Slothicious Edited by: Added new contributor information. Using the trade broker: The trade broker is a powerful tool. Understanding how it works can make you a fortune thereby saving you hours of your own time. Searching properly is crucial. There's the obvious text search bar that most people use but TERA's broker has a lot of different options that let the user search exactly for what they need.

This lets you search using specific parameters like enchantable , wearable , item tier or item level. This should actually be called Quick Search. It lists specific searches that people often use. Enchantment fodder for my weapon or armor, a better weapon than the one equipped or an item from a specific dungeon.

This checkbox is fantastic. It only shows items whose lister is online and available to negotiate. Keep in mind that it's possible to filter out result that would be cheaper to buy now than the ones you would negotiate for. Using the sort buttons is crucial to see relevant information. If you've done your search right, most of them are useless but sorting the price properly can make a big difference. This will display the items in asending order by price per unit rather than total price.

Following the typical adage, you use gold to make gold. If all you want is easy gold and you don't care how people look at you afterwards, then just get a job and on your first paycheck blow some of it on EMP.

Then buy a bunch of 30 day elite vouchers and sell them for whatever stupid price it is on the broker right now. In CH I've seen people actually buy them for 90k. I wish I were kidding. On the lowest end it's 75k and on average it's 80k. Once you're done, you can use that gold to play the market or you can just sit on it and be happy that you did in a few days what takes some people months.

Thank you, I swear, I don't know what to do or what to sell, I'm literally selling my feedstocks and other items, but to no avail, k gold in 15mins sounds crazy. I'd like to see more advice or opinions about it. I knew someone who used to login for an hour each day and play the broker, she said she earned k a week easily.

When she quit she gave me about a million gold in resources like it was nothing. I remember 1 guy who claimed he made 9 million from just 6 months playing the broker, he got permabanned for gold selling though. Personally, I am a grinder and I never play the broker, even doing things the hard way stupid way? I can still earn about 10 or 20k in the space of a few hours.

Try to remember that playing the broker does require a decent knowledge of the market and you can easily wind up losing massive amounts of gold if you are bad at it. Yeah, I don't have the knowledge about that, when I said "I know about the Broker" I meant, I know how to put items there and sell stuff, but I don't know what people will be interested. Thanks you very much! A perfect example right now is: What's gonna happen to the next patch?

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