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@hurrrdurrr A large majority of the players on NR dont read the forums so I doubt too many people will see this as standard - I just think that if people want to merch to gain fame then they need to stop being lazy and learn the prices themselves.
In my experience, it is best to merch the more expensive items if you have the fame / time.
I live in England, and at the time when it is morning / afternoon for me, there arent that many people online and the marketplace is fairly cheap and empty. When it turns to night time and the marketplace begins to fill up with people, prices tend to rise as there are more people in game and a higher demand for items.
So i usually buy the items in the morning and list them straight back up again to a price that will be seen as cheap enough to buy in the evening when it gets busy.
I tend not to merch for anything that wont give me at least 50 fame profit though because I dont usually have the time to constantly hang around the pots or consumables area - and also it is much more fun to actually play the game to earn your fame.
Using flash player 16 atm because i can never be bothered to update it when it needs to be done, seems to run fine its just my computer is a massive heap of garbage that crashes when i open a word document
Personally I would never trust a seller that didnt go first unless I knew then well / trusted them enough - if they are relatively new to the selling industry, I would say that they should be the ones going first.