It’s been several weeks now we are testing a new tool which will allow you to create auctions. You’ll by able to sell one single card or a bunch of them in your auctions.
We think this tool is ready now and you should be able to use it easily. But to be sure of it, we will release its Beta version. It means you’ll be able to test this tool and create your own auctions.
To get to this new tool, go on the «Collection» tab then «Auctions». If we notice a problem during this testing phase, we will reserve the right to deactivate this tool to avoid major issues.
Let us know in this thread if you meet problems.
This tool is available for player over level 15.
If you notice a problem, please, give as much details as you can with screenshots if it’s possible. No off-board messages please.
No no the highest offer was 2088 . I bid several times on 2100 but it didn't let me. Then I put al my money ,2501 clintz. They disaapeared but never shown as the highest bid. Nw someone bid 3k in that auction and I still didnt get my money back.
This was obviously made for bulk sales, Cr sales and horribly expensive cards like Kolos, Jackie and the like. So I suggest you devise a way to stop people from cluttering up the section with week long auctions for a single copy of Aldo.
Guys watch closely.
the clintz you pay are not the highest bid, but your maximum bid. meaning the client bids automatically for you up until that price, but not more than necessary.
honestly i love this feature.
Sry for double post but while searching through the bids i just saw how many of those auctions are actually scams.
i mean there are several Rass and Berserkgirl offered as the collector versions or similar stuff.
I think the names of auctions should be fixed to be the actual characters sold, and there should be some sort of function to report scams or mods deleting such auctions.
I can't seem to create an auction. "This tool is available for player over level 15." I think I meet this requirement. Is this feature only for people who have purchased credits?