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Price Checking Guide

Discussion in 'Diablo 3 Trading Forums' started by KTang, Jun 9, 2012.

  1. SnickerSnack

    SnickerSnack IncGamers Member

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    Edit: Nevermind. Someone explained it to me.

    What does your first sentence mean? I have never seen an item on the AH with no bid.

    Afaik, unless you're bidding on or selling the item, there's no way to tell if the current bid is actually a bid or just the minimum bid. Since I see references to checking the AH so much here, there must be something I'm missing.


     
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    dynot IncGamers Member

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    Select an item. Click on "bid" and look at the number for the next possible bid. If it is equal to the minimum bid then nobody has bid on the item. If it's higher than the minimum bid then someone else has bid on it so it will sell.


     
  3. SnickerSnack

    SnickerSnack IncGamers Member

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    Yep. Someone explained it to me.

    But, it's not a bad idea to have it spelled out in a sticky. Hmmmm, perhaps this PC guide should mention it? (hint, hint)


     
  4. KTang

    KTang <font color="#93ad4f">Official Diablo 3 Item Value

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    Haven't been online for a week or so, moving house so haven't had time to update.

    I'll get all relevant questions and posts into the original post soon, sorry for that.

    KT
     
  5. SnickerSnack

    SnickerSnack IncGamers Member

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    Don't worry about it. :) You're doing a great job here. The guide is very nice.


     
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    Steven Hazani IncGamers Member

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    A socket is semi important for rings simply because they get lower base stats, so a gem could really help supplement them.
     
  7. KTang

    KTang <font color="#93ad4f">Official Diablo 3 Item Value

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    Sockets are very important for lower level items for HC, though in general I'd say sockets are always more desirable as it allows you to focus more on one stat. Not to mention that everyone has high hopes I'd imagine of some more interesting socketables in the future.

    Side note-

    Apologies everyone for being inactive for so long. Have taken a long break as real life duties call, ie moving to China (here at the moment!) for a few months and then the jobs and whatnot.

    Will get back on the bandwagon and hopefully make some progress over the next few months.

    KT
     
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    nurman IncGamers Member

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    Helms can have crit chance as well.

    Edit: should have read the whole thread :D
     
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    zhengyi IncGamers Member

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    I am a novice, Diablo 3 fun? Now online quite popular, I heard that http://www.mmolive.com is a more professional Diablo 3 game gold website, it is reliable? Trustworthy?
     
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    Zarniwoop IncGamers Member

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    This should probably be unstickied
     

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