- See the Seller page for information about Market locations and categories.
- For other sales methods, see the Sales Guide.
Markets are great places to buy and sell your resources and equipment. Because markets don't require players to use merchant mode, they provide an excellent place for F2P players to sell their items. Most markets focus on either a single profession or on a group of related professions. The exception is the resource market, which deals in many kinds of resources (mostly monster drops). Players can sell items individually or in sets of 10 or 100.
There is a Seller in charge of each market place. You can talk with him to
- Obtain information about the sellroom system
- Buy or put up for sale items related to that marketplace. For each item you put up for sale at the marketplace, the Seller charges you a sale fee of 2% (a percentage of your sales price).
It is possible to modify the sale price of an item already for sale directly from the sales interface (without having to remove the item and then put it back up for sale). The selling time is rebooted when the pack's price is modified.
A price modification tax must also be paid:
- If the pack's price is reduced: a 1% tax from the pack's total price is applied.
- If the pack's price is increased: in addition to the 1% tax, the usual 2% tax is applied on the difference between the pack's initial cost and its modified cost.
The items you leave for sale in the market have a limit, the bigger your level is the more items you can put up for sale (e.g. a Level 9 player can store 9 items, while a Level 199 character can store up to 199 items per account) and a time limit (672 hours) or until someone buys them. If nobody buys your item(s), they will be returned to your bank account, however, you will not get your fee back. If someone does buy your item(s), then the Kamas you receive from selling it are deposited directly into your Bank account.
Note that you can also withdraw your item if you need it before it has been bought.
Items put up for sale are sorted by lower to higher time left (the older items are in the top of the list).
Sellrooms in Astrub has a significant limitation: Only items below level 60 can be sold and bought there.