So what's your question?
Firstly, new characters have been released, and so prices have gone down a little since this thread started.
To expain the numbers, each of them is the minimum, average, and maximum prices of Globumm at levels 1 and 2
Anyone know why page is so expensive shes not cr, shes not that good, and her affect is so so
Page and nahi are bad cards but those are soleil,just like soleil cards after their release 6 months will become cr,though they arent cr i bet some will be collecting before that 6 month goes
For the very first post,"whos paying globumn for 240 clintz"...people needs to wait,so if you like to buy cheap cards you wait
Gusbert:Wanda will just be fine,she'll not become cr,in fact is when she isnt yet ban in elo,she costs 3000 and up,thats why prices hugely goes down
I guess my question was why does it say globumn is worth between 185 to 2500 clintz yet people think its crazy to pay 240 clintz that clearly falls on the low end of that price range.
Wat you guys talking about!!! Globumn is the strongest character of the whole game!!!:
The Market is a pure market (no inflation rates or anything else) and is driven strictly on supply and demand. When new cards come out the market will become flooded with extras driving down the price on some cards (since the demand is still the same for those old cards). When an announcement about a Cr card is made the price for those cards will specutively increase due to an assumed future increase for demand and a decrease in supply (as they are bought).
That being said, you will always have newbies or some pranster (me) posting a globum for 5000k just to see who bites. That is where the high numbers come into play on the market summary in the card info page.
What I was asking at first is why the prices went so high in a close time. In matter of days simple, usless and common cards that
usually sell for 180 or less where at 240 and up.
This is not matter of supply and demand I guess, globumn comes by default who would wan't it for that much money? I saw
them being sold.