Tera trade broker tips for better
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. The lowest price for a given item may be 20g but sorting by unit price could reveal a price per unit of 15g simply because someone is selling them in bulk.
This is a feature not usually seen in MMOs. It gives a way for people to alter the price they originally listed and sell it at a lower price. Why is this important? In other MMOs, people who spend their time standing next to auction house undercutting the competition would get the most sales.
If their item is 1 copper cheaper, that's the item people will buy. Whenever you obtain a new item and want to get some gold for it, this tab is your best friend. The history tab tracks every sale made through the broker ever. You can sort the results by date and time which lets you see when the highs and lows for any given item are.
If you're buying or selling, it's always beneficial to know how much the item you're looking at is going for. This way, you avoid overpaying or underselling for items you're not familiar with. The prices for just about everything fluctuate. They're affected by various factors like time of the day, events, patches, ect. Trying to foresee when the prices change can help you turn a profit. Here's a few examples of things to watch out for: During the day there's more farming going on, prices for consumables and crystals among other things goes down.
During the evening, people get into dungeons and prices spike up as people stock up on what they'll need for dungeon runs and buy enchantment fodder. Buying enigmatic gear is best done during the day. Late at night the market gets flooded and you can get things fairly low in the morning. On the other hand, selling enigmatic gear is best done early in the evening before people get loot drops from their runs and flood the market.
This generates A LOT of gold on the server. It's about gold per person so do the math. Also, right after the nexuses close, people jump right into dungeons so they buy crystals and consumables with their new fortunes.
Another thing to keep in mind is that a lot of people get the reputation they need for new equipment right after nexus and, wanting to pvp, they'll try to enchant it right away. Selling white and green enchantment fodder is best done 2 minutes after the closing of a nexus. They have a huge effect on the fluctuation in price of items.
A great example is with the latest patch which sunk the prices for Fanesteel and Dream Bindings and spiked godsmarrow. You now generate more gold from a single run of a T12 instance by selling your godsmarrow than you would selling Fanesteel of Dream bindings from Hard Modes this is excluding T13 enchantment fodder. The highest score I got was 65k gold in 3 weeks of playing, grinding and selling.
Shall I use the help of an Elite Status? Or should I buy an item and sell it in the game? What about EMPs to sell in-game? How is that affecting the economy of the game? I want seriously to become rich, insanely rich, fast and easy. Any tips, methods, advice about that would be a great help!
September edited September Well, if there were a way to become "insanely rich, fast and easy" by generating new in-game gold , everyone would be rich and then everything would just cost more since everyone could afford more. But I think one way beyond what you're doing is to get Elite status and start really playing the broker -- not just selling, but buying and selling to take advantage of market trends.
A really easy market trend to capitalize on is strongbox keys although you never know when EME will run the event , but there are other possibly more lucrative ways as well. 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.