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8 minutes ago, Shirubia said:

Also, neither Red Dorsals or Coppers are available at the market (And I have observed those eggs)

Coppers are biome-dependent and thus not yet available.

Tan Ridgewings and golden Florets aren't there either ;)

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Paper egg = 4,900!! At this point I am wishing we could sell eggs to the Market. ūüėĀ

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42 minutes ago, Dubious said:

Paper egg = 4,900!! At this point I am wishing we could sell eggs to the Market. ūüėĀ

Screenshots please and thanks for the update!

 

Lol, what if the Market turned into an actual Stock Market, but with eggs>

 

That would be terrible actually.

 

Let's hope that never happens. 

 

I wonder why Red Dorsals aren't there. They aren't Biome dependent. 

 

Are the two variants of Ridgewings there? I need to check.

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11 hours ago, Lucere said:

Golds are now 3,900, was 4,000 previously:

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OOOH! Cool! I tried out the market and bought something small.

 

Imma save up, now for something shiny, I think.

 

My ONLY concern is that people won't want babies from market-bought dragons.

People have already said that they don't value market-bought dragons as much as cave-caught ones.

 

HARDLY fair, IMO, as it will still take a lot of work to get one.

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Price spreadsheet has been updated as of 6/3.

 

Most common eggs have remained the same, here are the Dragons which changed:

 

Gilded Bloodscale 1,200 -> 1,100

Gold 4,000 -> 3,900

Magma 4,500 -> 4,400

Ochredrake 100 -> 200

Paper 5,000 -> 4,900

Silver 3,100 -> 3,000

Thunder 4,000 -> 3,900

Yellow Dino 3,900 -> 3,800

Chicken 5,600 -> 5,500

Red Dino 4,100 -> 4,000

Blue Dino 3,900 -> 3,800

 

Also, I corrected the Nebula, Neotropical and Nexus missing from the list, and added their prices from last week courtesy of the last screenshot.

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Eggs are getting cheaper whoo!

 

Of course those are the ones that people have to save up to buy. 

I wonder if that will change in several months or so.

 

Edit: And now screen shots, chopped up into 5 images, because that one image is really big and hard to see:

 

Market Prices - Aeons to Coastal Waverunners

Market Prices - Common Pygmy to Hellfires

Market Prices - Honey to Ochredrakes

Market Prices - Olives to Storms

Market Prices - Striped to Blue Dinos

 

If anyone could get yellow dino prices, that would be great!

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It's interesting to see the prices dropping, Gold for example. I'm scared that when users are finally able to afford Golds and other rares, their prices will skyrocket due to the massive increase in demand XDthen we'd just have to wait for the market to stabilize again. 

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16 hours ago, Shokomon said:

If anyone could get yellow dino prices, that would be great!

I didn't paint them yellow, I hope they're still okay:

 

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Balloon dragons were at 600 shards initially. That changed after a day or so to the current 500.

 

I definitely know that, as that is the only breed that catches my attention continously ;)

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On 6/3/2018 at 8:38 AM, JavaTigress said:

OOOH! Cool! I tried out the market and bought something small.

 

Imma save up, now for something shiny, I think.

 

My ONLY concern is that people won't want babies from market-bought dragons.

People have already said that they don't value market-bought dragons as much as cave-caught ones.

 

HARDLY fair, IMO, as it will still take a lot of work to get one.

Really? I haven't heard that. But then again, I haven't been poking around in discussion or trading threads that much. A gold is still a gold to me, so I'll be happy to finally get one once I have enough shards.

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Today (the other dinos and the chicken stayed with yesterday's price):

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On 6/4/2018 at 4:23 AM, Ruby Eyes said:

I didn't paint them yellow, I hope they're still okay:

 

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2 hours ago, Ruby Eyes said:

Today (the other dinos and the chicken stayed with yesterday's price):

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Thank you for these!

 

Too bad you couldn't make them yellow though. XD

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Great thread, I'm especially fond of the spreadsheet. And yet, I'd like to suggest a small improvement.

If the price decreases from one week to the next, color the cell background (of the latest cell) a light lime green. If this happens several times in a row, make the green progressively darker and bluer.

If the price increases from one week to the next, color the cell background a yellow-ish orange. If this happens several times in a row, change the hue progressively to a dark red.

 

This way, it's much easier to see at a glance what's going on with the price of a certain breed. Even mere green/orange would help. (And I chose the lighter colors because I feel that they're easier on the eyes than blood red and striking green.)

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15 hours ago, olympe said:

Great thread, I'm especially fond of the spreadsheet. And yet, I'd like to suggest a small improvement.

If the price decreases from one week to the next, color the cell background (of the latest cell) a light lime green. If this happens several times in a row, make the green progressively darker and bluer.

If the price increases from one week to the next, color the cell background a yellow-ish orange. If this happens several times in a row, change the hue progressively to a dark red.

 

This way, it's much easier to see at a glance what's going on with the price of a certain breed. Even mere green/orange would help. (And I chose the lighter colors because I feel that they're easier on the eyes than blood red and striking green.)

While that sounds like a great idea to me, if you want the colors to be green/red, I'd need someone to make me a spectrum of the shades you want. Preferably with the exact hexes, if possible. I'd hate for my color blindness to make it so the cells become unreadable or are just like, three shades because I can't tell the difference.

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2 hours ago, Fjord said:

While that sounds like a great idea to me, if you want the colors to be green/red, I'd need someone to make me a spectrum of the shades you want. Preferably with the exact hexes, if possible. I'd hate for my color blindness to make it so the cells become unreadable or are just like, three shades because I can't tell the difference.

Maybe a Chart would be better?  A line graph maybe?

Though that would be a lot of charts....


Edit: Maybe only for select species of interest?

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19 minutes ago, Shokomon said:

Edit: Maybe only for select species of interest?

Metallics, unbreedables, and possibly  few uncommons like Undine?

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23 hours ago, Ruby Eyes said:

Metallics, unbreedables, and possibly  few uncommons like Undine?

Which uncommons? 

- Undines

- Blusangs

- Aeons

- What else? Maybe The Lengendary Trio (Thunder, Magma, Ice)?

- Zyumorphs?

- Xenos?

 

Also, Green dino prices have shrunk!

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Just now, Shokomon said:

- Zyumorphs?

- Xenos?

... whenever they get added to the market, yes.

Trio, Aeon and Blusang sounds good as well.

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43 minutes ago, Ruby Eyes said:

... whenever they get added to the market, yes.

Trio, Aeon and Blusang sounds good as well.

Right... I keep forgetting not all the dragons are there...

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On 6/1/2018 at 4:47 PM, Ruby Eyes said:

Coppers are biome-dependent and thus not yet available.

Tan Ridgewings and golden Florets aren't there either ;)

I had been wondering about that, thank you!

Hope they will be added soon.

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I'll try messing around the graphing features on google docs tomorrow, though I can't promise anything because docs is not my area of expertise. I can also try color coding the cells, but it will be with colors that I can actually see (since I can't easily see nuanced shades of green and red, or, you know, see them at all), and most people don't intuitively understand what yellow/blue would mean so I'd probably have to add a cell for a legend.

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24 minutes ago, Fjord said:

I'll try messing around the graphing features on google docs tomorrow, though I can't promise anything because docs is not my area of expertise. I can also try color coding the cells, but it will be with colors that I can actually see (since I can't easily see nuanced shades of green and red, or, you know, see them at all), and most people don't intuitively understand what yellow/blue would mean so I'd probably have to add a cell for a legend.

Thank you for doing this! I appreciate it! A legend is always a helpful tool.


Also, red dino and chicken prices went down yesterday.

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Pricesheet has been updated as of 6/10.

 

This week's changes:

Ice 3,900 -> 3,800

Paper 4,900 -> 4,800

Chicken 5,500 -> 5,400

Green Dino 3,000 -> 2,900

Purple Dino 3,600 -> 3,500

Red Dino 4,000 -> 3,900

 

I'll start messing with a color schematic shortly.

 

Edit: cell colors have been added, using yellow for price drops and blue for price increases. Since you suggested it @olympe, could you look at it? I'd like to make sure I did the cell coloring the way you intended it.

 

Also, if the colors aren't easy to read, I can move their shades around. I might make the text white for the darker blue though, since it seems a little difficult to read at a glance.

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