Ragnarok X: Next Generation does not feature a direct player-to-player trading system, instead, it has an Exchange Centre where players can buy and sell items for Crystals and Diamonds.
Ragnarok X: Next Generation (ROX) is a popular mobile massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). ROX has maintained the spirit of the well-loved, classic Ragnarok Online. However, it has introduced various new features and mechanics into the MMORPG, breathing fresh air into the already saturated genre.
ROX invites players to the fantasy world of Midgard, where an evil presence threatens to destroy the world. Players are able to get lost in in the bright and luxuriant world with its mesmerizing art style, that captures the real charm of the game. ROX also allows players to create their own digital avatars to explore the world. These avatars can be customized by equipping costumes, powerful gear and accessories. Players can also upgrade their avatars with better equipment systems, which will enable the player to proceed further in the game.
The game features multiple activities for players to enjoy. Players can use stamina points to go fishing, mining, gardening, cooking, and smelting, among others. Additionally, players can tame monsters to become pets, do quests, participate in events, and trade items, among others.
It is important to note that Ragnarok X: Next Generation does not feature direct player-to player trade. However, players are able to head to the Exchange Centre or talk to the local merchant.
Trading in ROX
Ragnarok X: Next Generation completely removed the traditional item store and replaced it with an Exchange Centre. This means that the real money expenses are now only included in its micro-economy. At the same time, ROX released the Chamber of Commerce, where game-generated materials can be sold and purchased with Zeny.
The Exchange Centre allows players to trade items with other players. Even though the game does not feature direct player-to-player trading, players can sell their products to earn Crystals. Extremely rare items can also be sold, however, they can only be bought with Diamonds. It is important to note that players are not able to sell items that are bound to their account, or to a specific character.
Players paying for the ROX subscription are able to exchange their Diamonds for Crystals by trading with other players. This means that all real money spent by paying players will go back to the Exchange Centre. This benefits the free-to-play players for their hard-earned Crystals. Players who sold their Crystals will get Diamonds; the more players spend in the game, the more Diamonds are available for free-to-play players.
This trading mechanism creates a micro-economy for its resources. This stabilizes the price for every item listed in the Exchange Centre, depending on their supply and demands. This means that the Exchange Centre is s free and fair-trade environment for everyone.
Players should remember that there is a daily and monthly limit of purchasing Diamonds; free-to-play players have to maximize their everyday purchases to collect more free Diamonds.
There is currently no limit at the Exchange Centre. However, it is important to note the low tax quota, where players will pay less transaction fee when not exceeding the daily quota limit. This is set to one million crystals. Players are able to cancel their product listing at any time.
Any items that are sold at the Exchange Centre with Diamonds are converted to Crystals. This means that players who sell their items will not receive a Diamond, but rather, will receive Crystals equal to that amount. One Diamond is equal to 10 Crystals.
In the Exchange Centre, players can also participate in the Auction House. However, it is important to note that the Auction House works with real-life money. This means that any player who decides to bid on an item will pay real money for it.
Any player can list an item in the Auction House. However, players usually list very rare items that are worth a lot of money. The item will be sold to the highest-paying bidder.
Zeny is a currency in Ragnarok X: Next Generation that players use to buy and sell items at a non-player character’s (NPC) shop. Zeny can also be used to increase the statistics of a weapon by enchanting, upgrading, refining or upgrading it.
Players can obtain Zennies by completing the main quests and doing side-quests. Main quests can be seen as the primary missions in the game, while side-quests are the secondary quests with less significant rewards. Another way to obtain Zennies is by completing the mission board. Players can find the mission board in Carnival, where they can complete up to 10 quests per day.
Crystals are usually used for purchasing specific materials, cards and equipment sold in the Exchange Centre. Players can obtain Crystals in various ways, such as taking part in the Carnival every day. Players can also obtain a total of 1,500 Crystals from the Carnival feature.
Crystals can also be obtained by making daily logins. Players should go to “Rewards” at the top of the screen, then select the “Daily Sign-in Bonus” option to find out when they will get free Crystals.
Diamonds are the most elite currency players can have in the game. When a player has diamonds, they can obtain rare equipment or high value items in the Exchange Centre. Players can obtain Diamonds by exchanging them for some Crystals. However, it is important to note that Diamonds do not always share the same value as Crystals.
Another way to obtain Diamonds is by selling rare equipment and items at the Auction House.
Even though Ragnarok X: Next Generation does not feature a direct player-to-player trading system, it does have an Exchange Centre. The centre enables players to buy and sell any product that is not bound to their account or to their character. Players can also participate in the Auction House feature to buy or sell rare items. However, it is important to note that the Auction House works with real-life money, and not the in-game currencies.