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04-14-2012, 12:50 PM
Im starting to get to the point where I hit the 400m cap quite often, and want to start making Mana Tokens for higher end trades. The wiki states that tokens should be NM assault weapons, but I dont have access to those. Does the item for mana batteries matter? Just have it over a certain amount of upgrades?
Thanks for the help.
04-14-2012, 01:34 PM
Weapons that start at at least 1m to the tavern should hit 200m worth around 140^, but I don't know about hitting 400m.
04-14-2012, 01:38 PM
I can really recommend using ogre party heads. It takes them 138-139 upgrades to reach 200m and about 280m Mana. One can farm them very easily and really fast as well.
04-14-2012, 02:54 PM
This should help you out.
04-14-2012, 05:00 PM
Thanks! This is exactly what I was looking for.
A follow-up question: Since the 200->400m cap change, it looks like 200m tokens are still the most cost-effective. Am I safe making them, for now, instead of the 400m ones? Also, is the definition of a "token" still 200m for the time being? So if someone gives a cost of 8 tokens, that would still be 8 - 200m tokens, or 4 - 400m ones?
04-14-2012, 06:38 PM
Honestly it comes down to the person selling and the price. The main reason tokens are so widely liked is because you can safely trade without having to put too much trust into the seller.
Example. I'm selling an item for 1b mana. In one trade window you can give me 400m, and 3 200m tokens. If the price of an item is 1.6 billion then I would imagine it would not matter what kind of token it is because you can trade 400m plus 6 200m tokens or 3 400m ones (I believe the max amount of items you can trade at a time is 6, it might be 5. If it is 5 the same principle applies just redo the numbers). If the price of said item is higher then 1.6b and you are using 200m tokens, then you need to trade twice, so you're putting yourself at the mercy of the other person screwing you over.
Also something to keep in mind is that since you lose a decent amount of mana when doing 400m tokens, a lot of people are wary on them because there's a good possibility that someone who is trading 6 400m tokens is a hacker (mind you, it does not necessarily mean they are; I myself am converting some of my tokens to 400 just for the space it will save.)
To answer your final question, there is no real definition of token atm. Most people will say something along the lines of "selling *ITEM* for *MANA*, tokens only." Unless they are real picky I doubt it would matter if it was 8 200m tokens or 4 400m ones.
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