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Effects on Seers' Village, etc. Edit
Hey guys, I haven't played in a long while, but I remember cities such as Seers' Village being absolutely destroyed after the introduction of the Grand Exchange. I don't feel qualified enough to make an edit discussing the effects of the Grand Exchange upon cities like Seers' Village, as I haven't played RuneScape in years, but I feel that this topic is sadly ignored on the Grand Exchange's wiki page. Some of my fondest memories from RS were in the Seers' Village bank, where I traded with many and met many friends. Many players that had access to membership, such as myself, got a huge boost at the beginning of our RuneScape experience by negotiating flax trades in the bank. Such is why I was strongly opposed to the Grand Exchange at its introduction, as I felt that it crushed many merchants' (I made my money mainly through negotiating prices at the bank, transferring goods, etc.) roles in the game.
Sorry for the overbearing rambling, but I'm dissapointed that this issue isn't discussed on this page. It had such a large effect on the gameplay experience.
Also, it appears that the Seers' Village wiki page, under the bank contents, notes this matter:
"The Seers' Village bank used to be a very popular trading spot . . . Trading was drastically reduced after the introduction of the Grand Exchange."
Again, it's been a while since I've played RuneScape, so my experiences with this subject outside of Seers' Village are very cloudy. I believe that Ardougne was also altered by the Grand Exchange update.
Is the trades made in Grand Exchange shared between servers?
For example: if I make an offer in server 19 (Netherlands) can someone in server 11 (UK) accept the trade?
or is an offer only avalable inside a server?
For example: an offer made in server 19 can NOT be seen in server 11? 22.214.171.124 18:39, September 29, 2013 (UTC)
- The Grand Exchange is global across RuneScape. You don't really 'see' the offers of other people; the system automatically matches offers and completes them. Yes, any offer made on world X can be used to complete an offer made on world Y, even across the language-servers' borders. IP126.96.36.199 (talk) 18:44, September 29, 2013 (UTC)