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Black Desert Online still one of the most popular mmorpgs

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  • SovrathSovrath Member LegendaryPosts: 30,525
    beebop500 said:
    I really like how BDO lets me whip out my credit card and instantly become a "leet PvPer".  Gosh there's just so much "skill" involved!
    Technically that's just not possible.

    The most you could make a week by using your credit card would be around 100 million. And that would be for about $100 dollars.

    Since the highest level gear is about one billion each you would be waiting a long time. You could do it but it's going to take you a looooong time.
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  • Panther2103Panther2103 Member EpicPosts: 5,698
    beebop500 said:
    I really like how BDO lets me whip out my credit card and instantly become a "leet PvPer".  Gosh there's just so much "skill" involved!
    How does a nice couch, armor dye, and fancy underwear make you 'leet'? I mean unless you mean the PeenVPeen type game play. No judgement, just wondering if you have a specific item you purchased for that stuff?
    They are talking about the fact that you can sell the items in the auction house / market for in game gold, which can buy any item in the game pretty much. So yeah it is a possibility to dump tons of money and be PvP viable quite fast. I'm not saying this as someone who hates BDO, I'm currently logged in playing the game, I just know people who have done that. There is a limit though on how much you can sell in a given time I'm pretty sure with cash shop items. I've gotten quite far quite fast without spending anything though.
  • SovrathSovrath Member LegendaryPosts: 30,525
    beebop500 said:
    I really like how BDO lets me whip out my credit card and instantly become a "leet PvPer".  Gosh there's just so much "skill" involved!
    How does a nice couch, armor dye, and fancy underwear make you 'leet'? I mean unless you mean the PeenVPeen type game play. No judgement, just wondering if you have a specific item you purchased for that stuff?
    They are talking about the fact that you can sell the items in the auction house / market for in game gold, which can buy any item in the game pretty much. So yeah it is a possibility to dump tons of money and be PvP viable quite fast. I'm not saying this as someone who hates BDO, I'm currently logged in playing the game, I just know people who have done that. There is a limit though on how much you can sell in a given time I'm pretty sure with cash shop items. I've gotten quite far quite fast without spending anything though.
    Again, not fast unless you own many accounts and buy the maximum amount you can put on the Market place with each account.
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  • Panther2103Panther2103 Member EpicPosts: 5,698
    Sovrath said:
    beebop500 said:
    I really like how BDO lets me whip out my credit card and instantly become a "leet PvPer".  Gosh there's just so much "skill" involved!
    How does a nice couch, armor dye, and fancy underwear make you 'leet'? I mean unless you mean the PeenVPeen type game play. No judgement, just wondering if you have a specific item you purchased for that stuff?
    They are talking about the fact that you can sell the items in the auction house / market for in game gold, which can buy any item in the game pretty much. So yeah it is a possibility to dump tons of money and be PvP viable quite fast. I'm not saying this as someone who hates BDO, I'm currently logged in playing the game, I just know people who have done that. There is a limit though on how much you can sell in a given time I'm pretty sure with cash shop items. I've gotten quite far quite fast without spending anything though.
    Again, not fast unless you own many accounts and buy the maximum amount you can put on the Market place with each account.
    What was the max amount, I can only find something saying 5 costumes or 10 pets. but that looks like speculation by players prior to the game coming out. I'm fine with the implementation of the system, I've bought quite a few cash shop items with in game money so it's nice for me.
  • SovrathSovrath Member LegendaryPosts: 30,525
    Sovrath said:
    beebop500 said:
    I really like how BDO lets me whip out my credit card and instantly become a "leet PvPer".  Gosh there's just so much "skill" involved!
    How does a nice couch, armor dye, and fancy underwear make you 'leet'? I mean unless you mean the PeenVPeen type game play. No judgement, just wondering if you have a specific item you purchased for that stuff?
    They are talking about the fact that you can sell the items in the auction house / market for in game gold, which can buy any item in the game pretty much. So yeah it is a possibility to dump tons of money and be PvP viable quite fast. I'm not saying this as someone who hates BDO, I'm currently logged in playing the game, I just know people who have done that. There is a limit though on how much you can sell in a given time I'm pretty sure with cash shop items. I've gotten quite far quite fast without spending anything though.
    Again, not fast unless you own many accounts and buy the maximum amount you can put on the Market place with each account.
    What was the max amount, I can only find something saying 5 costumes or 10 pets. but that looks like speculation by players prior to the game coming out. I'm fine with the implementation of the system, I've bought quite a few cash shop items with in game money so it's nice for me.
    It's 5 items including those packs. No idea if pets change things.
    Like Skyrim? Need more content? Try my Skyrim mod "Godfred's Tomb." 

    Godfred's Tomb Trailer: https://youtu.be/-nsXGddj_4w


    Original Skyrim: https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/109547

    Try the "Special Edition." 'Cause it's "Special." https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/64878/?tab=description

    Serph toze kindly has started a walk-through. https://youtu.be/UIelCK-lldo 
  • Azaron_NightbladeAzaron_Nightblade Member EpicPosts: 4,829
    Sovrath said:
    Sovrath said:
    beebop500 said:
    I really like how BDO lets me whip out my credit card and instantly become a "leet PvPer".  Gosh there's just so much "skill" involved!
    How does a nice couch, armor dye, and fancy underwear make you 'leet'? I mean unless you mean the PeenVPeen type game play. No judgement, just wondering if you have a specific item you purchased for that stuff?
    They are talking about the fact that you can sell the items in the auction house / market for in game gold, which can buy any item in the game pretty much. So yeah it is a possibility to dump tons of money and be PvP viable quite fast. I'm not saying this as someone who hates BDO, I'm currently logged in playing the game, I just know people who have done that. There is a limit though on how much you can sell in a given time I'm pretty sure with cash shop items. I've gotten quite far quite fast without spending anything though.
    Again, not fast unless you own many accounts and buy the maximum amount you can put on the Market place with each account.
    What was the max amount, I can only find something saying 5 costumes or 10 pets. but that looks like speculation by players prior to the game coming out. I'm fine with the implementation of the system, I've bought quite a few cash shop items with in game money so it's nice for me.
    It's 5 items including those packs. No idea if pets change things.
    The most expensive 5 items you can sell are costumes, which cost $30 a pop, and sell for about 25 million silver. So at most, $150 a week nets you 125 million gold. As @Sovrath mentioned, you are going to be selling stuff for a loooot of weeks to get that gear.

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