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What are the benefits of having a trading post in your clan dojo?

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Is the only benefit that you don't have to go to Maroo's Bazaar for trading or is there something else?

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This and trade tax.

You can tax players who use this trading post for X amount of credits, no matter if the players are in your clan or not. You can use these credits only for the benefit of the clan.

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You can also trade with others via "opening a shop" in your own dojo.

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Besides it being easier then going of to Maroo's, it also allow any one in the dojo to start a trade, you can set a trade tax which benefits the clan and I would think putting one down adds a little to the standing of the clan itself, helping it to rank it up to the next level.

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For the record, any Clan that has more than 0 trade tax is a bad Clan šŸ˜›

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On a relatedĀ note: how do you instigateĀ  a trade if someone drags you to Maroos insteadĀ of a dojo? Last time that happenedĀ we just stood there becauseĀ  neitherĀ of us knew how. I ended up leaving and reinviting to my dojo.

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Hold down whatever your gearwheel button is (Q by default on PC), you'll get an option to start selling if you are in a dojo or in Maroo's Bazaar.

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16 hours ago, NinjaZeku said:

For the record, any Clan that has more than 0 trade tax is a bad Clan šŸ˜›

yup, traded in a clan with 3% recently, what a rip off haha. Didn't notice until the trade was finished.

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7 hours ago, (PS4)death404 said:

On a relatedĀ note: how do you instigateĀ  a trade if someone drags you to Maroos insteadĀ of a dojo? Last time that happenedĀ we just stood there becauseĀ  neitherĀ of us knew how. I ended up leaving and reinviting to my dojo.

You need to open your gear menu and press the button to start a shop. Then other player can interact with you.Ā 

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23 hours ago, NinjaZeku said:

For the record, any Clan that has more than 0 trade tax is a bad Clan šŸ˜›

Sad. Very sad. Not those clans but people like you.

It sounds to me that for people like you a clan is just something to get things from not something to contribute to.

Gimme...gimme...gimme... but if the clan needs help with researching do you chip in or just wait until the new item is available?

Have you ever donated resources, decorations, creds, plat to the clan you belong to or do you expect it all to just be there?

*smh*

Sad.

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15 minutes ago, (PS4)kite9000 said:

Sad. Very sad. Not those clans but people like you.

It sounds to me that for people like you a clan is just something to get things from not something to contribute to.

Gimme...gimme...gimme... but if the clan needs help with researching do you chip in or just wait until the new item is available?

Have you ever donated resources, decorations, creds, plat to the clan you belong to or do you expect it all to just be there?

*smh*

Sad.

... what the actual F, dood.

Of course I contribute resources / my time (urgh dat Condroc Pigment farm / certain Events), it's quite frankly massively insulting for you to even question that.

This was about other players, who don't belong to that Clan, being made to pay, which IMO is an unnecessary and just :poop: thing to do. That's all.

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4 hours ago, 0_The_F00l said:

You need to open your gear menu and press the button to start a shop. Then other player can interact with you.Ā 

Thank you!

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