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To execute a buying trade (in this case you want to sell to a "want to buy" trade) you need run the ''#!gbsearch <item>'' command to check what trades are available for the specific item and the trade-ID for the trades. When you've found the trade you want to sell to you just need to run the ''#!gbsell <id> <amount>'' command.
 
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Selling trades are executed the same way as buying trades but with the difference that you do ''#!gmsearch <item>'' instead of ''#!gbsearch <item>'' for looking up the trades and ''#!gmbuy <id> <amount>'' for executing the trade.
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==Further notice==
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Whenever ''<>'' with some text in between is used it means that it's just a placeholder as in you will have to replace those with the appropriate info.

Revision as of 04:59, 12 June 2019

Overview

Looking up trades

There are a few commands to look up trades:

  • #!gmglist shows current selling trades.
  • #!gblist shows current buying trades.
  • #!gmlist shows your own current trades.
  • #!gmsearch <item> shows selling trades for a specific item.
  • #!gbsearch <item> shows buying trades for a specific item.

Setting up a trade

Setting up a buying trade

To set up a trade for buying on the global market you'll need to run the command #!gbbuy <item> <amount> <price per item> (without the <>). The variables for this worke as follows: The <item> is the thing you're looking for, the <amount> is how many of the item you want and the <price per item> is how much you're willing to pay per item. For example if you're looking for 10 logs and don't want to pay more than 100 gold per log the command is run like this: #!gbbuy log 10 100.

Setting up a selling trade

If you want to set up a selling trade you'll have to run the #!gmsell <item> <amount> <price per item> command which works the same way as the #!gbbuy command does. For example if you wanna sell 10 logs for 100 gold per log you'll have to do it like #!gmsell log 10 100.

Important note regarding setting up trades

When setting up a trade, whether it's a buying or selling trade, you'll be met with a messages telling you that a 10% tax will be put on the trade, thus making the total price be:

 Initial price (price per item * number of items) + 10% tax

Executing a trade

Executing a buying trade

To execute a buying trade (in this case you want to sell to a "want to buy" trade) you need run the #!gbsearch <item> command to check what trades are available for the specific item and the trade-ID for the trades. When you've found the trade you want to sell to you just need to run the #!gbsell <id> <amount> command.

Executing a selling trade

Selling trades are executed the same way as buying trades but with the difference that you do #!gmsearch <item> instead of #!gbsearch <item> for looking up the trades and #!gmbuy <id> <amount> for executing the trade.

Further notice

Whenever <> with some text in between is used it means that it's just a placeholder as in you will have to replace those with the appropriate info.