This is indeed a compilation of many questions asked and formulated into a single guide. If you can find an item on the Trade House to buy, that is when the list of items is useful. Say you are sitting with 1M gold and want to gain experience as quickly as possible. Should you buy a bunch of Item A or Item B?chewythewookie wrote:Much better. Thanks.
Now the only problem is the usability of these lists.
I mean, the list has Chaos Armor on it.
This strategy guide reads like, here's a strategy, and here's a list of items that are good with this strategy. But many (most?) of the items listed are very expensive to buy in the Trade House compared to the experience gained for selling it.
Chaos Armor costs a lot, but it grants the same ratio of experience for it's base gold cost as King's Gauntlets, Golden Crown, and Coldsteel, which all have a lower base price. You could buy 2 Golden Crowns and sell it or buy 1 Chaos Armor and sell it. You'll spend (about the same amount of gold, and therefore the same amount of experience) and still get the same ratio. However! If you see Turning Tokens, Adventurer's Boots, and Demon's Blood, you'll get a better ratio. Check for those first.
Can you always buy everything listed at base price? Absolutely not. But people are curious about what the numbers actually are. The "why" of the matter. Why is this item better? It has a better experience ratio if you can find it at base price. And because prices on the Trade House are player controlled, there is no way that I can say, "Buy 20 of Item X and you will go from level 21 to 22." I mean, I can say that, but the items might not be on the Trade House for it to work. What I can say is, "check these 25 items. If they are near base price at any quality, that will be your best option."