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Power Level Trading Guide...Burst Trading in Glish.

Discussion in 'Guides' started by Dethla Hadyn, May 5, 2017.

  1. Dethla Hadyn

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    Howdy, you want to build Trading on your new alt? Here's some advice to gain Trading levels quickly and efficiently, or at least until you start to become annoyed with the affair. It's easy, you'll just need the following:

    Get a wagon. http://dulfy.net/2016/06/21/black-desert-wagon-and-wagon-parts-guide/
    - I chose white wagon for speed, but any wagon will do. Merchant Wagons are the best all around, if you simply can't decide.

    Get Trading Attire. http://bddatabase.net/us/item/14021/
    - I upgraded mine (+1), but is up to you.

    Getting a ValuePack will also speed the process, due to the increased 100LT weight limit, and 10% skill/life experience gains. Not essential, but will help gain levels a bit quicker.... up to you.

    Acquire enough contribution points to link Olvia(character start town) to Velia, to Heidel, to Glish.

    Go to the Trade Manager in each of these towns. We use these towns because they offer Storage, and most importantly, Transport. When you done all the above, then do this:

    Snag as many Trade items (http://www.somethinglovely.net/bdo/tradepacks/) as you can that are all 46LT (weight) or less, bring them to the listed Storage mangers in each town respectively. I backpack them. I don't go overboard...you know, back and forth back and forth with every item, just one good load per town. If you fill your entire inventory, you can always press q, and w to roll your way to the storage manger if you really have to. After all of that, the rest get put into your wagon. You can use the NPC search engine to locate the storage and trade managers, located at top right hand of your screen if at start you are lost. Use the transport function to send all of these transportable trade items to Glish.

    You then want to use the wagon to purchase and truck any and all remaining trade items that are heavier than 46LT. Trade these heavier non-transportable items from town to major town to augment your maximum number of trade items that *are being transported.

    The reason we want to send all transportable trade items to Glish, is because Glish is a neat place.. and the trade manager is located close to the storage manager. One you reach the maximum allowed transportable item amount threshold of 100, you then make your way down to Glish. Load up your inventory and receive all the transported trade items and then trade them with Larc(npc).http://bddatabase.net/us/npc/41090/ Rinse and repeat, always transporting in between major towns. You can improvise and send from Glish to Olvia, or swap channels at Heidel, etc etc, up to you. I just stuck to conventional trading, and had major turn-overs in Glish with Life/Skill boosts.

    Now the catch is to have buffs up for this. Use Sute tea http://bddatabase.net/us/recipe/117/ and elixirs http://bddatabase.net/us/recipe/192/. bare minimum. Trade all items that were sent, with as many Skill/Life exp boosts as you can. I went from beginner 1 to skilled 5 in one day through npc's, plus using a white wagon for the heavier items. The key is to trade as many available items as you can, within the most profitable windows. I'm talking about Trade Skill Profit, not silver at this point in time. Doing it this way, allows you to save money on constantly chugging back expensive elixirs every time you go to town, and instead lets you focus a ton of trading in a few minutes, at high exp gain. You'll also level up your Health exp when backpacking between Trade and Storage npc's, but that's just a perk.

    Like I said, trading drives people crazy after awhile, but this method is just another quick way to get started without investing alot of money or contribution points. I know there are more accomplished and devoted traders that set up massive trade crate routes, but i couldn't be bothered with that ****. The exp is lame unless you go right across the map, possess alot of contribution points, and semi-exploit by overloading horses.

    This guide is simply an easy way to power-level trading to get some quick levels at a cheaper cost, by focusing high life/skill bonuses in bursts. I think I'll call it that..Burst Trading at Glish..haha.



    Thanks and Happy Trading.
     
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