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- Generally any tradable items can be registered for an auction.
- Without a certificate (Cash Item), only the maximum of 5 items can be registered at once.
- With a certificate, maximum of 30 items--including any avatar or creature items--can be registered at once.
- The above rule applies for each character, not for entire account.
- Click on the center button or B key in default settings.
- Item listing remains the same for all channels in the same server.
- Auction items must be registered by paying deposit of 10k and entering following prices:
- Buy Now: A fixed price for buyers to purchase an item instantly by paying the required sum to the seller. Empty this field to disable buy now option.
- Bidding: The initial price for buyers to start bidding. The highest bidder at the end of time duration wins the item. Empty this field to disable bidding option.
- At least one of the two field must have numerical entry to be registered.
- Auction transaction is processed individually for each character.
- Character A can register an item for character B in the same account to purchase.
- Character A and B can list separate items to sell/bid/buy.
- Once the item is registered, it stays in auction regardless of user's online status.
- If the seller terminates the listed item before the time ends, the seller loses the deposit of 10k along with trust point.
- Once the listed item is sold, the seller will receive in-game notification mail outlining the transaction.
- The mail includes total sum earned: Deposit of 10k + Price of Item Sold - Transaction Fee
- The mail doesn't disclose the name of buyer.
- If the listed item is not sold until the end of its duration, the seller will receive the item and deposit back through in-game notification mail.
- This mail has permanent duration until the user retrieves it.
- Bidder must place a bid that is higher than 5% of its previous bid.
- If the item exceeds the average final price, the user will receive a warning message before placing a bid.
- The buyer will receive item through a mail which includes the name of item and the seller.