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  • Why the costs will need to modify, manually. The cost process is well thought out. It will allow change in cost to the average accepted trade price that players utilize in the grand exchange. There is also a 5% deviation either way from OSRS gold this shift that may allow players to buy and sell (faster or slower) in their preferred cost, also allows for cost fluctuations. Many things have already corrected towards their more proper prices in the past couple of times already.

    However, some things are just too far off for anyone to consider buying or purchasing them in the highly inaccurate prices. These products, with lack of anyone willing to trade, will not adjust in price correctly. Therefore, a manual modification is necessary to place the things directly.

    I read the way the costs become updated and it appears to be well thought of. If a price is to non no vendor will bill and buyers will post. That would make costs go up. And if price is too high then sellers will post but buyers wont prices will decrease. But there are absolute limits and people might be a problem.

    Prices will never go higher than shops"main inventory" (that I figure is ordinary ) And prices will never go lower than shops"players inventory" ( not sure about the adverse effects of this) Above post might not be 100% true but the general idea is that. Here's the information from the KB. What affects the price of things?

    As you sell and buy, you will likely notice that things have a inclination to modify cost. This can be based on how much value players put on those items. When an item is hard to get and very helpful, you're likely going to buy RS gold see its price increase, as buyers are prepared to pay more to make certain that they receive some, and sellers set the selling price higher than the average.