We all enjoy the advantages of having a Guild Trader, being able to dump loads of not-useful-to-me stuff and turn it into cash. However, not all of us are in a position to make donations to our Guild Bank and the Guild Trader costs each of the Guilds several hundreds of thousands of gold each week. The 3.5% levy on all sales that the Guild receives simply does not cover that cost.
I propose a win-win solution to this problem. Many of you are aware that some of your rubbish can be utilised in odd ways. Insect Parts from butterflies, Guts from small animals, Crawlers from spiders and Worms from picking flowers are all bait for fishing. Rather than throw them away, have a dabble and break up your slaughter of innocents (and not-so-innocents) with a bit of fishing - and here's the incentive. The white fish you catch, which have a vendor value of 3g - I will buy from you at a guaranteed price of 5g each - and for every hundred fish you send me I will send you a bonus of 5,000g - you don't have to clutter up your bags with them either, just mail them to me when you get them and I shall keep the tally and send you the cash. How is this win-win? I shall fillet those fish and hopefully get some Perfect Roe - which I shall sell and give the profit to our Guild Banks - sharing equally between Trading and Exchange. If there is no profit - I shall stand any loss myself. You can easily catch 50 fish in half an hour, do that twice a week and you are 5.5k richer and, with luck, the Guild has benefited as well.
Of course, if you are already a dedicated angler - this is no deal for you, we just ask that you sell your caviar through our Guild Trader, but all those little fishes being vendored for 3g apiece need no longer go to waste.
- Use Worms in the Ocean
- Use Guts in a Lake
- Use Insect Parts in a River
- Use Crawlers in Foul Water
- If you get 'Used Bait' you are using the wrong bait for that fishing hole
- Secondary Baits - caught while fishing ...
- Chub for Oceans
- Fish Roe for Foul Water
- Minnow for Lakes
- Shad for Rivers