Well I never sell to kate I take it no one dose.
Why cause she is really tight with the value of the cards.
the idea is simple. why doesn't kate offer to pay the lowest value of the card from market at that time you sell it to her. that way the market wont be flood by
many cards that wont sell cause there 700k all at 100 clintz as a example.
this way when the market is bloated with a card kate can buy them for market low price. an value will go up a bit an not card to bottom out or become to cheap.
I know some might think then people just sell to kate making cards more expansive. thought of that.
that's when she wont go past a value pre set. in to it like she all ready is now.
but she should never be aloud to buy cr's ever.
+1 HipHoppa. Cards shouldn't get more expensive, in fact, they should become cheaper if you ask me. For example, I remember the time when some rare cards like Herman and Maurice were between 2 and 3k instead of 10 and 20k. Most new blood rare cards (especially 5*) are almost always higher then 20k or at least around that price. (and don't get me started about that ridiculous price of Ymirah). This makes it harder for new players to make a deck for a low budget that's able to compete against other players in modes like Tourney and ELO.
Example: Saturday 17/12/2011, 14:26: Sold by Bleuffalo to DucDarkDemon as public sale for 3 000 Clintz.
@DarkDemon normally this would be the case but at 2011 we had more players which meant more cards going round and round on UR.
Many of these people quit playing so those cards stopped going round. The less players online the less amount of cards on the market the higher prices get again. If we get more players the prices should drop again.
An could also set a limit on how many cards you can sell at one time. in market would also help this out.
like a player can sell 100 cards of the same kind a day limit seems high but doesn't completely slow things down.
I been seeing players selling 200-300 of the same card for those high prices.
an kate would help when selling to her to take out a lot of the over whelming numbers of how many being sold.