Trade
Fair

Fair

Fair

Here you can sell or buy various ingredients, clothes, weapons, accessories and other items.

Rules of trade at the Fair

  1. Any resident of Clone Earth (excluding roamers) whose stamina (and the stamina of other clones in the account) is at least 0 can buy an item at the Fair. You can't buy your own lot.

  2. The Fair is open to Clone Earth residents of Craftsman or higher whose Stamina rating (and the stamina of other clones in the account) is 0 or higher. In the section "Flowers" can trade including vagrants, and the price of goods in this section can not exceed the nominal price by more than 100 times.

  3. Hungry clones (clones with a stamina rating below 0), as well as clones from accounts with hungry clones, cannot use the fair. Such clones automatically cancel all lots or trade orders, if any.

  4. The price is for one unit of goods.

  5. The nominal price is the minimum possible price per unit of goods set by the state. You can't put an item up for sale at less than its face value.

  6. In the "Weapons of War" section, the seller is charged a commission of 20% of the value of its sale, but not less than 0.0001 gold. The minimum lot price is 0.0001 gold.

  7. In the "Hunter's Equipment" section, the maximum price of the lot can't be higher than the nominal (including depreciation) price of the goods.

  8. In the "Artifacts" section the maximum price of the lot can't be higher than the nominal (taking into account wear and tear) price of goods +20%.

  9. In the section "Accessories" the maximum price of the lot can not be higher than the nominal (taking into account wear and tear) price of goods +70% (for rings with infinite strength: +20%).

  10. In the sections "Coats / Jackets / Vests" and "Clothing" the maximum price of the lot can not be higher than the nominal (taking into account wear and tear) price of goods +70%. In this case, the maximum value of the "Leather cloak of dragon scales" is taken for 40 gold.

  11. In the "Clothing" section it is allowed to display only new goods (items with strength equal to the strength in production).

  12. The volume of goods for sale or for purchase can be any, but an integer.

  13. If the exhibited item is not sold within 120 hours, it is automatically removed from sale, and you can put it up again if you want.

  14. No commission is charged for creating an item at the Fair. The seller is charged a fee of 5% of the purchase price, but not less than 0.0001 gold. This commission is transferred to the state budget.

  15. Lots are bought starting from the minimum current price. Individual (unique) items are purchased at the buyer's option.

  16. The seller can assign a discount percentage when placing an item. The discount means the amount of gold coins that will be deducted from the amount of gold he will receive for selling the item (that is, the selling price minus the bidding and selling commissions). If there are several lots at the fair with the same price, the item for which the seller has set a higher discount percentage will be bought first.

  17. The rules for trading orders can be found in the Trade Guild. Please note that trade orders are not available in some sections of the Fair.