|DrSardine||Date: Friday, 2011-07-08, 2:52 PM | Message # 1|
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Haven't been on the game for too long, and, trying to sell a few horses, though, I'm not exactly sure how the pricing works. I don't want to lose any of the money I've put into stat training, or the time put into exp, but I'm getting no replies or offers in either chat advertising or auctions.
So I was wondering not just how much my horses are worth, but how horses are priced in general. I know that exp, personality, genes, and stats all play a part, but is there some kind of formula to calculate this kind of thing?
Also, the foreign bidders always offer far less than it cost to train the horses, so I'm wondering if stat training is actually worth it.
Agi: 348-2 (+27 training)
End: 500+25 (+41 training)
Spd: 394-6 (+41 training)
Str: 355+5 (+1 training)
(Cost me about 152k in stat training and exp, foreign bidder offers 27,045)
Splash White Buckskin Australian Brumby
Agi: 362+12 (+38 training)
Con: 306+38 (+38 training)
End: 330-20 (+38 training)
Int: 424+24 (+38 training)
Spd: 373-3 (+38 training)
Str: 358+8 (+38 training)
(Bought this horse, but, assuming that they used the cheapest training option, [525 per training I think], it would have cost about 120k. The foreign bidder offers $30,875)
Agi: 328-22 (+1 training)
Con: 440+14 (+75 training)
End: 350+25 (+1 training)
Int: 367+17 (+1 training)
Spd: 330+5 (+8 training)
Str: 420+20 (+39 training)
(Cost me about 80k in exp/stat training, foreign bidder offers $18,315)
|BobbyJo||Date: Thursday, 2011-08-04, 3:45 PM | Message # 2|
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|I haven't been able to figure out the pricing either... makes no sense to me I wouldn't advise using town training on a horse I was going to sell because you will never see your money back. If you are going to stat train and sell it is best to have a ranch and the stat training pens. Also, unless there is someone that is specifically looking for your breed and color it seems to be a matter of timing and luck. American Mustangs are always in demand, other than that I don't know.