You can mark items as 'locked' in your inventory, which means they cannot be given to your hero, dropped, or sold to the bank as a singular item, through disabling those respective buttons.
The 'Sell All' button, however, remains enabled. If I press this button, will it just sell the unlocked items, or will the locked items be sold as well?
No, the lock button is mainly used to prevent the item to be sold with the "Sell all" command.
I use it exclusively to do that.
I see that some items "have on research benefit and can be sold freely" If i sell these will I regret it later or can I sell them without worrying?
In the first Infinity Blade, when you go to the Store you would see all items, and for those in your inventory that aren't equipped you had the option to sell them back. I found this very helpful to saving up for the more expensive items available late in the game. However, in Infinity Blade 2 the Store section only shows items that aren't in your inventory. When I look at a non-equipped item in my inventory, I see a button with the money symbol on it with a value next to it, however it is always disabled. So how do I sell old items that I've mastered and no longer want?
Sometimes when I sell an item on the Galactic Market I get a message saying "Someone has purchased the item you put up for sale"; other times, it mentions the specific item that was sold. The former is useless if I'm trying to get a sense of how much I can get for particular items so I can maximize my profit. Why does this happen? Is there a way to ensure it tells me what items was sold?
I don't actually sell any of my items on the flea market. I just go in to sell to Reese. Because my flea market is almost always empty, MOST of the time there is a new item being sold by a villager. I just use this item as one more item I have access to each day. As long as the flea market is not full very often the items continue to pile up until the store is full (I would assume). Which brings me to my question. I have only ever made it to 5 items 'piling up'. I had already owned all of them so I had left them there. But after 5 days new items stopped arriving. I don't remember
In EVE online there is a role called 'Trader' - which allows you to buy and sell items on behalf of your corporation. I have this role on my character, but whenever I try and sell an item from a corporate hangar at one of our offices, I only have the option to sell the item on behalf of myself. Have I misunderstood the purpose of this option? Ideally I'd like to be able to list items on the market, but then once these items have sold I'd like the payment to be provided straight to the corporation wallet, rather than to my character. Is this possible within EVE online? How can I sell
Possible Duplicate: What factors should I use to price an item in the auction house? This question is really about how to value items bought and sold on the auction house. Obviously the answer will be subjective on a per player basis, but in the aggregate I expect there are certain stats that tend to make items sell for far more. I'm imagining it's something like: Most important: Primary stats (Strength, Intelligence, Dexterity) -- because they increase damage Vitality -- because everyone needs vitality Magic Find +Damage Has Sockets Lesser importance: Armor +Experience
The first time I was able to sell collected items in Rage, I unloaded what I thought was junk to the vendor. As it turns out, one of the items is considered an ingredient to be used to craft something. Is there a comprehensive list of items that are safe to sell, or vice-versa, things that I should hold onto? I'm not sure at this point which of these lists would be shorter. Some of the descriptions on items do make it obvious to sell, while others aren't exact. Items I've found safe to sell so far: Books Cans of Food Rusty Toolbox Items I had sold, but turns out are Ingredients: Cloth
So, I have done everything I need to to start the DDR session with the goth kids. However, I accidentally sold one of the goth clothes. The guy at the U-Stor-It doesn't seem to have any more to sell and I can't buy them back from the person I sold them to. Because of this, I cannot re-equip the goth clothes. Is there a way to proceed from here?
In Far Cry 3, when looking at items in your loot rucksack, each item has a 'Recommended Use.' Some say to craft certain things with them, but others simply say 'Sell.' I was wondering if there is any reason (needed for a quest/achievement/trophy/crafting later) to hold on to any of the items that they recommend to sell or if I might as well sell them all. I'd hate to take up room in my rucksack for things that I should just sell anyway, but I'd also hate to sell my Batteries just to find a quest to bring someone 10 batteries later.