Help fix it. I do my best to significantly undercut the average prices shown on Ragial when I have things to sell, but I am only one person. If we all help each other and ignore those who are selling items at ridiculous markups, we can make a difference. Changing the course or an entire economy (even a virtual one) is a slow process if you wait for the people in charge to do it. The actual consumers will have to band together and stand as one if you want change to happen faster.
I will keep repeating this over and over again until I can convince everyone to stand with me.
There is one other crazy option, though it would be much harder to make happen: Drastically increase the server population. If there were 2X or 3X the average number of people playing, item availability would drastically increase, and prices would drop accordingly. It would start with just low-level dropped items, but eventually the trend would work its way up.
Bring your friends! We could work on both options at the same time, leaving anyone who wants to continue to overprice items alone in the middle between our two-sided economic attacks. It would be a well-done pincer maneuver that would make Sun Tzu proud.
Sell me ur FAWs pre-inflation price pls.
This is offtopic, should post somewhere else.
Back to the thread, Maybe Gramps should have a Level lock on every TI to prevent the abuse of what will come on Mid TI after the server come back. You will see.
So, +1 to Gramps Level Restriction