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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Webstore Vs Php/EP Trade



1. Clearly no Scam
2. No Runners
3. No Need for a Guild Master Assistance
4. Fast Exchange Actions


1. Most of the Items are Expensive
2. Incomplete
3. Requires EP only to purchase Items
4. Fixed Price (De Pwede ang Tawad)

Character to Character or Player to Player Trading

1. Most of the Items are Affordable
2. Complete Items are available at the Character's Market Market, Such as Rare Items
3. Flexible means of Payment - EP, Php, Jewels of all sort and even Trade in, Zen
4. Prices are subject to Per Relation, Reasons, Law of Supply and Demand and Karisma.

1. Scammers and Runners are on the Loose!
2. Requires a good Character Reputation and/or Guild Master assistance during trading.
3. Trading Takes Time at Certain Situations - Top up or items first
4. Trading Bugs and hacks are rarely reversed by both parties.

Please live your comment for any more Pros and Cons regarding Webstore and Character to Character Trading.

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