A lot of people sharing there thoughts on "is BDO P2W", but I never see any data on it so I decided to make it to see if it backs up what people claim. From charting the data, what most players say seems to be correct, basically p2w in this game is only paying for a slight convenience rather than winning. The first image provided ( P2W.1.PNG linked below) contains all 'Functional' items & 'Pets' that can be sold on the in-game market place, while 'Mount' & 'Outfits' contain a single item that represents all items of a common value. The second image shown below shows the top three types of items that make the most silver for pearls and what they can expect to pay and make with the restriction of 5 pearl item sales every week. If the data is correct, the most a person can possible expect to make is 185,678,999 silver each week ( 26,525,571 a day) spending between $147.83 - $170.00, depending on which 'Pearl Box' is purchased from the Kakao store. For those of you who are new to the game or don't play the game yet, 26,525,571 mil silver a day equates to around 2-3 hours of grinding mobs, if the player has purchased 4 pets, most likely with real money vs silver or free with events. OR, 1-2 hours life-skilling ( Gathering Mats, etc ) with no irl purchases. OR for most of intermediate players almost nothing. Final: After charting this data and seeing the results, I don't think constantly selling MAX allowance of items on the market is a practical way to gear out a character as 26 mil a day cost way more than it's worth, especially as @Emyrryl posted video explains even p2w people are stuck behind the games gear enhancing wall.