by on 1 July, 2020

I believe it's a decent idea but requires refinement: People would only move their items to  buy RuneScape gold be at the top end of that 10%, there by pushing the average GE cost, wash and repeat and the price of the item on that day will probably bloat very sharply. If issue 1 is compared to wealthy players wait to sell on the day and will inventory pile items, since it's an automated payout and the cost can be manipulated. I believe that there needs to be a lockdown prior to it being revealed as the thing of the day.

Perhaps a different mechanic may be used, like the item of the afternoon is worth 1.1X it's average GE value in gold if you drop it straight in the pit. It's 10% less costly on average to throw the things in to your pet. I assume this would be mistreated the at precisely the ways I listed above but just a thought. Could tackle it by not telling us exactly what item has been sunk. There is zero practical reason for us understanding it other than to abuse that, so just don't tell us. I'm sure some people might figure it out, but they would be guessing, and they might also change up the item to 2-3 items rotating during the day or some variety of solutions to address individuals abusing it.

I meant like when an item is chosen we would know almost immediately, not ahead (you might try to predict beforehand but that may not be accurate like you mentioned ). The way I read the design of OP there'll be a number of the'underwater thing' taken off the market after it's chosen. So this huge spike in item sells and/or related shift could be an instant alarm bell. Any marginally efficiently trained algorithm would be able to decide on these sink things up (assuming they were actually having an effect on the current market, which if they aren't, then what's the point). With the method I am describing it wouldn't be something you could call ahead of time but it would be something once it happened, which you would know fairly quick.

More broadly, I am simply pointing out that its very hard to'conceal' an artificial constraint (at least one that makes an important effect ) on a market if there's sufficient data readily available on the market. Demand curves and product costs are showing on stuff like that. There could be workarounds, like obfuscating by using a list of things instead of just one that are randomly chosen or jumped around. If implemented word for 16, but it would be a problem for OP's design.

Make it an instant occurance that happens in the close of the dump that is gold. If ultimately 10billion is chucked the correlating GE earnings of the unknown thing are then bought out. No notification of it happening in any way. No opportunity for abuse. Yeah thats not a bad thought. To minimize abuse potential even farther I'd also suggest making the buyouts occur at random intervals, to stop people from only stockpiling random items and then posting them all at 9.9% over market place right before the buyout occurs. So then if the buyouts are arbitrary its still possible to do so, but you would be sacrificing all your GE slots to  runescape 2007 gold get things sitting there all the time so it would be more of a bet.


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