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  • Markets are fully accessible and not rabbit holes. There are several kinds of market lot, and ultimately what each sells is dictated by the registers on it. The different kinds are: food, general store, relic, and bookstore. Each destination in World Adventures has its own set of markets. There are two assignments of market lots: Small Market, and Market. The size affects the number of Sims that will visit. Nectary lots are not market lots, they have their own category. Special Merchants are not confined to markets, they are roaming Sims.
  • The Market is one of four quarters (Castle, Blacksmith, Market and Castle) in the City of Carcassonne that comes in the expansion Count of Carcassonne. When a player places a tile that scores points for another player but not for him or herself that turn, the player may place a follower in one of the four areas of the City. Later, when a player scores a feature, any player may move a follower from the appropriate area of the City to that feature and score that feature himself if he has the most followers. If a player has a meeple on the Market, it may move it to a farm so long as the Count figure is not also on the Market.
  • Currently there is one main shop in the Market, Kylocke's Treasures, in addition to some isolated item stalls below and to the right of the main shop. The item stalls far to the right of Kylocke's Treasures sell ship components for Scrap Metal. More details about these stalls can be found on the Ship page.
  • "As cities grew and prospered, trade between the farmers, artisans, and craftsmen who lived in the vicinity contributed to the economic health of the city. It soon became apparent that the best way for conducting trade within the city was to have a central location, or marketplace, where the people offering goods and services, or seeking them, could meet and conduct business. As a city's marketplace grew larger and more active, the economic vitality of the city grew as well."
  • According to Noam Chomsky, markets "have inherent and well-known inefficiencies. One factor is failure to calculate the costs to those who do not participate in transactions. These "externalities" can be huge. That is particularly true for financial institutions." Markets are meant to take risks, calculating possible costs for themselves. But the effects on the economy as a whole from their losses are not taken into account.
  • Early markets were little more than a place for trappers and farmers to trade goods. They boost the city’s gold output, but reduce the research rate as the citizens pursue financial goals instead of longer-term efforts
  • The market was originally intended to be used for the trade system, but that idea was eventually scrapped. Though the market can still be purchased and upgraded, it has no use.
  • The Betancuria Market is open during the daytime. Merchants peddle their wares, the latest news can be learned and plenty of people, commoners, nobility and Dhorn alike, scurry past. The merchants that have their stalls at the main Market in Betancuria North sell dyes, potions and scrolls with spells on them. Yance Thennald, a member of The Family, runs his pickpocket operations from here as well. The Town Crier, who can be found nearby, shares his news for a gold coin. There is a small Market in Betancuria South as well, with another potion seller and a crafts merchant.
  • Market est un quartier de Los Santos, San Andreas, apparu dans Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Il est situé dans l'arrondissement de Western Los Santos, au sud de Temple, au nord de Verona Beach, à l'ouest de Downtown et à l'est de Vinewood et Rodeo.
  • Market is a food market in Downtown Springfield located on a one-way road. There may be two different Market's. In both of the store's appearances, its surrounding area changes, although it's always on a one-way road.
  • Market är ett distrikt i västra Los Santos. Det finns många filmstudios i området och en tågstation. Man besöker Market i flera uppdrag. Man följer efter en journalist från Cranberry Station till Market Station i uppdraget Snail Trail och jagar efter OG Loc i Cut Throat Business. Man möter även C.R.A.S.H på Jim's Sticky Ring i flera uppdrag i början av Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
  • Markets basically involve people buying, selling or exchanging stuff. A market can be a fixed place where buyers and sellers meet to buy and sell different things. A market can just mean buyers and sellers anywhere in the World dealing in one type of thing. A market is any place where the sellers of a particular good or service can meet with the buyers of that goods and service where there is a potential for a transaction to take place. The buyers must have something they can offer in exchange for there to be a potential transaction.
  • The Market is a city improvement building that is available early in most games.
  • The Market(市場Ichiba) is an area in Resident Evil 6.
  • The market can be robbed of the resources that you put into it for a trade offer.
  • Recorded since circa 1154, "a meeting at a fixed time for buying and selling livestock and provisions" , .From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Market]] market ([[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Market]] marchiet, modern marché; cognate with Italian mercato, Spanish mercado etc.), from [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Market]] mercatus "trade, market", from the past participle of mercari "to trade, deal in, buy", itself derived from merx "wares, merchandise", from the Italic root *merk-, possibly stemming from Etruscan, referring to various aspects of economics.
  • The market is where you buy characters on Urban Rivals individually instead of in packs. The Market allows players to buy and sell characters between them, sort of like Ebay and other listing sites. To sell your characters, use the link below each of your characters in My Collection.
  • A Market is one of the Economic Buildings. It is used to purchase Resources from other players, as well as to offer resources to sell. * all purchases are made in Gold. No exceptions. * you must pay a small portion of the possible income when you post any offer. * Offers are only valid for a certain amount of time.
  • Chinatown takes place in a town with Chinese Culture, basic stores, and Chinese people. The map itself is very small, making close range tactics your number one strategy. On the sides of each map, there is a pathway. These pathways lead to either the side of the main battlefield, or simply directly to the enemies base. Each base has this. The main field, which is located in the middle, is very crowded. It is filled with all sorts of obstacles and platforms. Some higher platforms you can access by jumping and climbing onto crates, and various object, etc.
  • A market is a way of resolving the problem of choosing how to allocate scares resources. This choice is determined by the equilibrium of supply and demand. Markets can be found in many different forms, from the street bazaars to the stocks and shares exchange markets.
  • The Market Dora,Boots and Baby Duck pass on their way to the Duck Pond in the episode Quack! Quack!.
  • The store is sub-divided into four departments: 1) Toys & Collectable, 2) Party & Gift, 3) Cool Stuff and 4) Paw Mart.
  • thumb|Widok na jedną z głównych ulic dzielnicy|300px Market – dzielnica turystyczna Los Santos i ośrodek kultury. Graniczy od zachodu z Vinewood, od północy z Temple, od wschodu ze Śródmieściem Los Santos, od wschodu i południa z Dzielnicą handlową oraz od południa z Verona Beach i Mariną. Mieszka tutaj bogatsza śmietanka towarzyska miasta oraz biznesmeni. Tutaj jest pełno małych biur i luksusowych sklepów. Jest ona gęsto zabudowana kinami, teatrami i innymi ośrodkami kultury. W Market znajduje się stacja kolejowa Market Station oraz Verona Mall. W tej dzielnicy odbywa się gala wręczenia nagród dla Madd Dogga podczas której ginie menadżer wspomnianego rapera. Ulokowana jest tu również, podobnie jak w Temple, Aleja Gwiazd.
  • A market is where buyers and sellers transact business for the exchange of particular goods and services. Markets may be local, regional, national or international in scope and do not necessarily require buyers and sellers to meet or communicate directly with each other.
  • DECORATIONS When I learn how to add a picture I will. But in the meantime...when you buy coal under the decorations tab it is just that. A decoration. Don't be fooled into thinking, as I did, that it may have something to yield. It really is there for looks.
  • In Age of Empires III, a Market is an econimic building that can be built infinte times. A Market is where you buy resources you need but don't have, and you sell surpluses. You can also upgrade in the first three Ages. When you buy logs or meat, the prices go up. When you sell. they go down. Markets have no defense, so during a battle, post ranged infantry, light calvary, or falconets around them just incase you need to get coin, logs, or meat quickly.
  • There are several market areas in Vizima. These include: * the area within the palisade of the Inn in the Outskirts * Merchant Street in the Temple Quarter * the Trade Quarter, which boasts * Salt Square * Tanners Square * The Alley along the Walls There are also a number of individual merchants who choose to do business outside these established market areas. People like blacksmiths and armourers, several independent spirits like Kalkstein, Thaler and the druids, and other nonconformists who just happen to have some entrepreneurial tendencies.
  • You can use the @market command to create a clone of your character that will display a market title and a market message. When players double-click on a market title, the market's message will be shown in the chat channel in the font color chosen by the player. Format: @market "Brief Market Title" "Market message can be longer and more detailed." colornumberhere Usage: @market "S>Bloody Branches" "1k BB for 500 plats" 14
  • The Market is for player to player trade. A player can put an item up for a certain price by creating a Sell Order or ask to buy items with a Buy Order. There are various types of items that players can sell. When trading on the market you must pay a fee to put an item for sell/buy and you get it back only when trade is successful. Soul shards are the currency in Dreamlords and are used for Trading and building houses.
  • The Market is a central place for buying and selling items across all towns on a given server. The goods and items listed on Market are available for purchase from any town.
  • Market es un barrio situado al oeste de Los Santos, se trata de un barrio comercial, de ocio y de servicios.
  • Market is, as the name itself expresses, a primarily commercial district located in Los Santos, San Andreas featured in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. It is located in the western portion of the city, just south of Temple, north of Verona Beach, west of Downtown Los Santos and east of Vinewood and Rodeo.
  • All Platinum Purchases come with an inventory slot and an Orokin Reactor or Orokin Catalyst.For more information on blueprints see the Blueprints page. File:Marketcreditoption.png To purchase a blueprint of the item instead, if it exists in the market, click on the "Credits" icon on the top right of any item that you are viewing. If it does not exist, the item does not have a blueprint that can be purchased from the market. The item lists below include long term items only. Temporary event items or price change may not be accurately reflected in the wiki.
  • thumbMarket is een overwegend commerciële wijk in Los Santos, San Andreas in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Het is gelegen in het westelijke gedeelte van de stad, net ten zuiden van Temple, ten noorden van Verona Beach, en ten oosten van Vinewood en Rodeo. Market heeft een bevolking van 386 inwoners.
  • A Trade Building, and a place to craft basic Trade-related items. The Market unlocks at level 4 and costs 300 File:Silver Icon.png to build.
  • The market is a special shop where you can sell weapons and compos online for a price you may set. Others can buy your goods, or try to low ball it and ask for a lower price. The price cannot exceed 2x the buy price so this way there are no items sold for $99999999. Compos will not affect price of the weapon. The highest price an item can be is a resort weapon with 2 slots at 2x price as $170000.
  • The Market is where Gondor and Arnor can purchase upgrades to improve their resource production buildings.
  • The market is an important trading hub and main building.
  • The Market becomes available to a nation, once it has researched File:Commerce Research Icon.png Commerce 1 (Barter) at a Library.
  • The market is where players and the Town Hall sell their items. Items are grouped with other like items and combined with other items of the same good with like prices. When a purchase is made the seller with the highest charisma sells their items first. In a case of multiple players purchasing the same item at the same time it is again determined by charisma. Sales are delayed up to 15 minutes in order to allow characters with higher charisma to also bid on the same item. The payment for the item is taken immediately from the player's money, but is refunded if the purchase goes to another player.
  • The Market gives your village a certain number of merchants depending on its level. Merchants can advertise trade offers, accept trade offers, and send resources to other villages. Building the Market requires: Village Headquarters (Level 3) Warehouse (Level 2) The Market Level 10 is a requirement for the Academy. Most players do not build the Market above level 20, as the increase in Merchants (125) is not worth the added farm spaces used (471). In the beginning of your village the Market is useful for trading excess resources for those you are in need of.
  • When you go to Economy => Market you will have a list of all the available resources and its market price, with the amounts you can buy on the left and the amounts you can sell on the right. Use the appropriate text boxes to issue trading orders. Bellow you can see the added values of your issued buying and selling orders, and by clicking in the button “trade” the order(s) will be given and executed. The prices of the resources available in the market will start approximately at a fixed reference price and then float according to the following aspects:
  • Within the market at any one time, there will be a selection of items, from fewer than 15 items to more than 45 items. Items in the Market can be purchased using Bux. Airplane parts that are purchased in the Market will then appear in the Parts section. In order to purchase an entire airplane from the Market, you must first have an open plane slot. If you do not have an open plane slot, you can purchase (using coins) while purchasing an entire plane (using File:Bux.png) at the same time.
  • The Market is where players can purchase seeds, decorations, buildings, and other items to use in the game. The market has several categories: The Specials tab contains everything new about FarmVille, including the latest events or items released. The Seeds tab contains all Seeds for planting. The Trees tab contains all Trees to put inside the orchard. The Animals tab contains all the Animals which are available. The Buildings tab lists all the Buildings, with use or without. The Decorations tab contains items used to decorate your farm. The Farm Aides tab has the Vehicles, Consumables and Farm Landscapes. The Clothes tab has all available clothing for farmers. Lastly, Land Expansions tab contains the available farm expansions available for that farm.
  • Markets are great places to buy and sell your resources and equipment. Because markets don't require players to use merchant mode, they provide an excellent place for F2P players to sell their items. Most markets focus on either a single profession or on a group of related professions. The exception is the resource market, which deals in many kinds of resources (mostly monster drops). Players can sell items individually or in sets of 10 or 100. There is a Seller in charge of each market place. You can talk with him to A price modification tax must also be paid:
  • "Merchants have abandoned this once-vibrant shopping district as too dangerous. Brick buildings and wide city streets frame clear firefight zones, at least for those unwilling to risk cutting through shops and back alleys."
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  • Markets are fully accessible and not rabbit holes. There are several kinds of market lot, and ultimately what each sells is dictated by the registers on it. The different kinds are: food, general store, relic, and bookstore. Each destination in World Adventures has its own set of markets. There are two assignments of market lots: Small Market, and Market. The size affects the number of Sims that will visit. Nectary lots are not market lots, they have their own category. Special Merchants are not confined to markets, they are roaming Sims.
  • The Market is one of four quarters (Castle, Blacksmith, Market and Castle) in the City of Carcassonne that comes in the expansion Count of Carcassonne. When a player places a tile that scores points for another player but not for him or herself that turn, the player may place a follower in one of the four areas of the City. Later, when a player scores a feature, any player may move a follower from the appropriate area of the City to that feature and score that feature himself if he has the most followers. If a player has a meeple on the Market, it may move it to a farm so long as the Count figure is not also on the Market.
  • Markets are great places to buy and sell your resources and equipment. Because markets don't require players to use merchant mode, they provide an excellent place for F2P players to sell their items. Most markets focus on either a single profession or on a group of related professions. The exception is the resource market, which deals in many kinds of resources (mostly monster drops). Players can sell items individually or in sets of 10 or 100. There is a Seller in charge of each market place. You can talk with him to 1. * Obtain information about the sellroom system 2. * Buy or put up for sale items related to that marketplace. For each item you put up for sale at the marketplace, the Seller charges you a sale fee of 2% (a percentage of your sales price). It is possible to modify the sale price of an item already for sale directly from the sales interface (without having to remove the item and then put it back up for sale). The selling time is rebooted when the pack's price is modified. A price modification tax must also be paid: If the pack's price is reduced: a 1% tax from the pack's total price is applied. If the pack's price is increased: in addition to the 1% tax, the usual 2% tax is applied on the difference between the pack's initial cost and its modified cost. The items you leave for sale in the market have a limit, the bigger your level is the more items you can put up for sale (e.g. a Level 9 player can store 9 items, while a Level 199 character can store up to 199 items per account) and a time limit (672 hours) or until someone buys them. If nobody buys your item(s), they will be returned to your bank account, however, you will not get your fee back. If someone does buy your item(s), then the Kamas you receive from selling it are deposited directly into your Bank account. Note that you can also withdraw your item if you need it before it has been bought. Items put up for sale are sorted by lower to higher time left (the older items are in the top of the list). Sellrooms in Astrub has a significant limitation: Only items below level 60 can be sold and bought there.
  • Currently there is one main shop in the Market, Kylocke's Treasures, in addition to some isolated item stalls below and to the right of the main shop. The item stalls far to the right of Kylocke's Treasures sell ship components for Scrap Metal. More details about these stalls can be found on the Ship page.
  • "As cities grew and prospered, trade between the farmers, artisans, and craftsmen who lived in the vicinity contributed to the economic health of the city. It soon became apparent that the best way for conducting trade within the city was to have a central location, or marketplace, where the people offering goods and services, or seeking them, could meet and conduct business. As a city's marketplace grew larger and more active, the economic vitality of the city grew as well."
  • According to Noam Chomsky, markets "have inherent and well-known inefficiencies. One factor is failure to calculate the costs to those who do not participate in transactions. These "externalities" can be huge. That is particularly true for financial institutions." Markets are meant to take risks, calculating possible costs for themselves. But the effects on the economy as a whole from their losses are not taken into account.
  • Early markets were little more than a place for trappers and farmers to trade goods. They boost the city’s gold output, but reduce the research rate as the citizens pursue financial goals instead of longer-term efforts
  • The market was originally intended to be used for the trade system, but that idea was eventually scrapped. Though the market can still be purchased and upgraded, it has no use.
  • The Betancuria Market is open during the daytime. Merchants peddle their wares, the latest news can be learned and plenty of people, commoners, nobility and Dhorn alike, scurry past. The merchants that have their stalls at the main Market in Betancuria North sell dyes, potions and scrolls with spells on them. Yance Thennald, a member of The Family, runs his pickpocket operations from here as well. The Town Crier, who can be found nearby, shares his news for a gold coin. There is a small Market in Betancuria South as well, with another potion seller and a crafts merchant.
  • Market est un quartier de Los Santos, San Andreas, apparu dans Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Il est situé dans l'arrondissement de Western Los Santos, au sud de Temple, au nord de Verona Beach, à l'ouest de Downtown et à l'est de Vinewood et Rodeo.
  • Market is a food market in Downtown Springfield located on a one-way road. There may be two different Market's. In both of the store's appearances, its surrounding area changes, although it's always on a one-way road.
  • The Market is where players can purchase seeds, decorations, buildings, and other items to use in the game. The market has several categories: The Specials tab contains everything new about FarmVille, including the latest events or items released. The Seeds tab contains all Seeds for planting. The Trees tab contains all Trees to put inside the orchard. The Animals tab contains all the Animals which are available. The Buildings tab lists all the Buildings, with use or without. The Decorations tab contains items used to decorate your farm. The Farm Aides tab has the Vehicles, Consumables and Farm Landscapes. The Clothes tab has all available clothing for farmers. Lastly, Land Expansions tab contains the available farm expansions available for that farm. Everything in the Market can be purchased for Farm Coins or FarmVille Cash. When you buy an item or plant a seed, you will gain XP. Farmers also have the option to "Preview" an item before they buy it. They can do so by clicking the Preview button. One may also choose to send a gift from the Market to his or her Neighbor by clicking the Send button. A player must be level 10 or above to do so.
  • Market är ett distrikt i västra Los Santos. Det finns många filmstudios i området och en tågstation. Man besöker Market i flera uppdrag. Man följer efter en journalist från Cranberry Station till Market Station i uppdraget Snail Trail och jagar efter OG Loc i Cut Throat Business. Man möter även C.R.A.S.H på Jim's Sticky Ring i flera uppdrag i början av Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
  • Markets basically involve people buying, selling or exchanging stuff. A market can be a fixed place where buyers and sellers meet to buy and sell different things. A market can just mean buyers and sellers anywhere in the World dealing in one type of thing. A market is any place where the sellers of a particular good or service can meet with the buyers of that goods and service where there is a potential for a transaction to take place. The buyers must have something they can offer in exchange for there to be a potential transaction.
  • The Market is a city improvement building that is available early in most games.
  • The Market(市場Ichiba) is an area in Resident Evil 6.
  • The market can be robbed of the resources that you put into it for a trade offer.
  • Recorded since circa 1154, "a meeting at a fixed time for buying and selling livestock and provisions" , .From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Market]] market ([[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Market]] marchiet, modern marché; cognate with Italian mercato, Spanish mercado etc.), from [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Market]] mercatus "trade, market", from the past participle of mercari "to trade, deal in, buy", itself derived from merx "wares, merchandise", from the Italic root *merk-, possibly stemming from Etruscan, referring to various aspects of economics.
  • The market is where you buy characters on Urban Rivals individually instead of in packs. The Market allows players to buy and sell characters between them, sort of like Ebay and other listing sites. To sell your characters, use the link below each of your characters in My Collection.
  • A Market is one of the Economic Buildings. It is used to purchase Resources from other players, as well as to offer resources to sell. * all purchases are made in Gold. No exceptions. * you must pay a small portion of the possible income when you post any offer. * Offers are only valid for a certain amount of time.
  • Chinatown takes place in a town with Chinese Culture, basic stores, and Chinese people. The map itself is very small, making close range tactics your number one strategy. On the sides of each map, there is a pathway. These pathways lead to either the side of the main battlefield, or simply directly to the enemies base. Each base has this. The main field, which is located in the middle, is very crowded. It is filled with all sorts of obstacles and platforms. Some higher platforms you can access by jumping and climbing onto crates, and various object, etc.
  • The market is where players and the Town Hall sell their items. Items are grouped with other like items and combined with other items of the same good with like prices. When a purchase is made the seller with the highest charisma sells their items first. In a case of multiple players purchasing the same item at the same time it is again determined by charisma. Sales are delayed up to 15 minutes in order to allow characters with higher charisma to also bid on the same item. The payment for the item is taken immediately from the player's money, but is refunded if the purchase goes to another player. You may only access the market for the town you are in currently. If you travel and have items on the market they will be canceled and returned to your personal inventory.
  • The Market gives your village a certain number of merchants depending on its level. Merchants can advertise trade offers, accept trade offers, and send resources to other villages. Building the Market requires: Village Headquarters (Level 3) Warehouse (Level 2) The Market Level 10 is a requirement for the Academy. Most players do not build the Market above level 20, as the increase in Merchants (125) is not worth the added farm spaces used (471). In the beginning of your village the Market is useful for trading excess resources for those you are in need of. After you have several villages, a level between 15-20 is quite useful for sending resources to developing villages. Table of Merchant Build Costs, Population Usage, and Merchants taken from Tribalwars Help
  • A market is a way of resolving the problem of choosing how to allocate scares resources. This choice is determined by the equilibrium of supply and demand. Markets can be found in many different forms, from the street bazaars to the stocks and shares exchange markets.
  • The Market Dora,Boots and Baby Duck pass on their way to the Duck Pond in the episode Quack! Quack!.
  • The store is sub-divided into four departments: 1) Toys & Collectable, 2) Party & Gift, 3) Cool Stuff and 4) Paw Mart.
  • thumb|Widok na jedną z głównych ulic dzielnicy|300px Market – dzielnica turystyczna Los Santos i ośrodek kultury. Graniczy od zachodu z Vinewood, od północy z Temple, od wschodu ze Śródmieściem Los Santos, od wschodu i południa z Dzielnicą handlową oraz od południa z Verona Beach i Mariną. Mieszka tutaj bogatsza śmietanka towarzyska miasta oraz biznesmeni. Tutaj jest pełno małych biur i luksusowych sklepów. Jest ona gęsto zabudowana kinami, teatrami i innymi ośrodkami kultury. W Market znajduje się stacja kolejowa Market Station oraz Verona Mall. W tej dzielnicy odbywa się gala wręczenia nagród dla Madd Dogga podczas której ginie menadżer wspomnianego rapera. Ulokowana jest tu również, podobnie jak w Temple, Aleja Gwiazd.
  • A market is where buyers and sellers transact business for the exchange of particular goods and services. Markets may be local, regional, national or international in scope and do not necessarily require buyers and sellers to meet or communicate directly with each other.
  • DECORATIONS When I learn how to add a picture I will. But in the meantime...when you buy coal under the decorations tab it is just that. A decoration. Don't be fooled into thinking, as I did, that it may have something to yield. It really is there for looks.
  • Within the market at any one time, there will be a selection of items, from fewer than 15 items to more than 45 items. Items in the Market can be purchased using Bux. Airplane parts that are purchased in the Market will then appear in the Parts section. In order to purchase an entire airplane from the Market, you must first have an open plane slot. If you do not have an open plane slot, you can purchase (using coins) while purchasing an entire plane (using File:Bux.png) at the same time. Airplane parts in the menu will appear green if they will help you build an airplane from parts you already have in the Parts section of the menu. The Market refreshes with new items approximately every 12 minutes. You can not use File:Bux.png to auto-refresh the market, unlike Jobs.
  • In Age of Empires III, a Market is an econimic building that can be built infinte times. A Market is where you buy resources you need but don't have, and you sell surpluses. You can also upgrade in the first three Ages. When you buy logs or meat, the prices go up. When you sell. they go down. Markets have no defense, so during a battle, post ranged infantry, light calvary, or falconets around them just incase you need to get coin, logs, or meat quickly.
  • There are several market areas in Vizima. These include: * the area within the palisade of the Inn in the Outskirts * Merchant Street in the Temple Quarter * the Trade Quarter, which boasts * Salt Square * Tanners Square * The Alley along the Walls There are also a number of individual merchants who choose to do business outside these established market areas. People like blacksmiths and armourers, several independent spirits like Kalkstein, Thaler and the druids, and other nonconformists who just happen to have some entrepreneurial tendencies.
  • You can use the @market command to create a clone of your character that will display a market title and a market message. When players double-click on a market title, the market's message will be shown in the chat channel in the font color chosen by the player. Format: @market "Brief Market Title" "Market message can be longer and more detailed." colornumberhere Usage: @market "S>Bloody Branches" "1k BB for 500 plats" 14
  • "Merchants have abandoned this once-vibrant shopping district as too dangerous. Brick buildings and wide city streets frame clear firefight zones, at least for those unwilling to risk cutting through shops and back alleys." Market is a medium-sized multiplayer map. It's set around an abandoned outdoor market. The main street provides a few open lines of sight, but there are many obstacles to hide behind in case of snipers. One or two high areas may be best for snipers, but most of the map is best suited for medium range combat. The back alleys and small indoor markets are very tight. If you plan to take the smaller areas, bring close quarter weapons like PDWs, SMGs, and Shotguns.
  • The Market is for player to player trade. A player can put an item up for a certain price by creating a Sell Order or ask to buy items with a Buy Order. There are various types of items that players can sell. When trading on the market you must pay a fee to put an item for sell/buy and you get it back only when trade is successful. Soul shards are the currency in Dreamlords and are used for Trading and building houses.
  • The Market is a central place for buying and selling items across all towns on a given server. The goods and items listed on Market are available for purchase from any town.
  • When you go to Economy => Market you will have a list of all the available resources and its market price, with the amounts you can buy on the left and the amounts you can sell on the right. Use the appropriate text boxes to issue trading orders. Bellow you can see the added values of your issued buying and selling orders, and by clicking in the button “trade” the order(s) will be given and executed. Each trade is affected by the market commission, which is a percentage of the total value of the transaction, and will be added to the goods you buy and deducted from the goods you sell. Note that the added value of your orders already contains the calculated commission for the orders given. The prices of the resources available in the market will start approximately at a fixed reference price and then float according to the following aspects: * Your buying and selling decisions. When you buy something the price of that resource will go up. When you sell it will go down. This is aspect that has a greater impact in price shift; * The buying and selling actions around your Land. They will also affect your prices in the same direction as the first point, although they don’t have the same impact as your actions; * The reference price of each good. As prices derive from their reference prices the float away from it will become smaller, and the float back to it will become bigger. Also if you do not trade the price will slowly tend to go back to the reference price. The amounts of goods you can trade in the market depend upon: * A fixed base quantity for each resource; * The number of inhabitants your realm has. The higher your total population is, the higher the amounts of goods you can trade in the market; * The price of the good. When prices go up, you will be able to buy higher amounts and vice-versa.
  • Market es un barrio situado al oeste de Los Santos, se trata de un barrio comercial, de ocio y de servicios.
  • Market is, as the name itself expresses, a primarily commercial district located in Los Santos, San Andreas featured in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. It is located in the western portion of the city, just south of Temple, north of Verona Beach, west of Downtown Los Santos and east of Vinewood and Rodeo.
  • All Platinum Purchases come with an inventory slot and an Orokin Reactor or Orokin Catalyst.For more information on blueprints see the Blueprints page. File:Marketcreditoption.png To purchase a blueprint of the item instead, if it exists in the market, click on the "Credits" icon on the top right of any item that you are viewing. If it does not exist, the item does not have a blueprint that can be purchased from the market. The item lists below include long term items only. Temporary event items or price change may not be accurately reflected in the wiki.
  • thumbMarket is een overwegend commerciële wijk in Los Santos, San Andreas in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Het is gelegen in het westelijke gedeelte van de stad, net ten zuiden van Temple, ten noorden van Verona Beach, en ten oosten van Vinewood en Rodeo. Market heeft een bevolking van 386 inwoners.
  • A Trade Building, and a place to craft basic Trade-related items. The Market unlocks at level 4 and costs 300 File:Silver Icon.png to build.
  • The market is a special shop where you can sell weapons and compos online for a price you may set. Others can buy your goods, or try to low ball it and ask for a lower price. The price cannot exceed 2x the buy price so this way there are no items sold for $99999999. Compos will not affect price of the weapon. The highest price an item can be is a resort weapon with 2 slots at 2x price as $170000.
  • The Market is where Gondor and Arnor can purchase upgrades to improve their resource production buildings.
  • The market is an important trading hub and main building.
  • The Market becomes available to a nation, once it has researched File:Commerce Research Icon.png Commerce 1 (Barter) at a Library.
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