Discussion in 'Adventure Quest 3D' started by Nhecole, May 26, 2017.
lol thats like my friend told me his gold
It is like the only thing to do with gold though. xD
It's something to flex with alright!
Just like lie about it unless they ask for a screenshot.
Have you done that?
Nah, I don't care enough to lie about my flex. The most I've done is just round up a few thousand.
That is just fine then. Don't go rounding up to a few too many thousands ok?
Of course of course. I would never do that.
Flexing is all you can do with gold atm, lol but hopefully trading will add some value to gold...
Maybe we can get some sort of GE auction like thing which would make the value of gold go up like it is in RS.
It certainly will give it some value, I mean it's a given!
Daimyo or trade but something to interact wth players
auction sounds fun but trade seems more reliable
Auction is better than trade but only if the system of trade is broken, i know a game with very nice trade system without any scams. I dont know is it a good idea to names of other games here?
It's fine, you can mention other games by the name. It can help you to explain your point of view.
Oh well then - I'm talking about Arcane Legends, anyone who knows this game can confirm that you can never be scammed because the system is very well done. Everytime you try to change something "warning" message will show to the other guy. But if someone still dont trust to trade, there is an auction too. So why not both in AQ3D
In AQ3D's gameplan, both trade and auction are listed. So I guess we are getting both.
I wonder which we will get first? I bet we get trading first.
I'm assuming trade because its between one player to another which I guess is easier to code. For an auction there are multiple people offering for item(s) which I wouldn't be surprised if it was harder to code. Maybe it includes different systems e.g. the guy with the highest bid after 20 hours of the item being on the acution gets the item. I'm not too sure.
Yeah, coding a trading system sounds easier compared to coding the auctioning system.